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Tuesday, June 10, 2003
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Emirates to start Dubai-Auckland flight from Aug 1
EMIRATES airline will start services between Dubai and Auckland, New Zealand on August 1. From that date, Emirates' daily flights to Sydney and Melbourne will be extended on to Auckland providing a total of 14 flights weekly in each ... More


Indian Airlines: To get it off ground
THE state-owned Indian Airlines is on the verge of completing 50 years of its journey. However, it is finding it difficult to retain its market share in a now competitive (though restricted) atmosphere. In the `open sky policy' era, since 1991, ... More


Vizag port planning to cut vessel-related charges
THE Tariff Authority for Major Ports (TAMP) has before it for consideration three proposals in respect of Visakhapatnam port. The first proposal relates to the reduction in vessel-related charges for container ships; the second relates to the ... More

Congestion building up at Nhava Sheva box terminal
The number of containers to be evacuated rose to 17,000 and at the ICD it was 6,000 on Monday, while the normal operational inventory level should be only a few hundreds. More


Kochi Port trailer workers resume stir
UNABLE to find a mutually acceptable solution to the turn system for container trailers in the port, the trailer workers at Kochi Port re-started their agitation on Monday. The workers had resorted to a 4-day strike last month in view of the ... More


FedEx to open four more centres
EXPRESS transportation company, FedEx Express, plans to expand its geographical presence in India by opening four more centres shortly. The company currently has offices at eight centres, covering 80 per cent of the export market. According to ... More


32,000 rail wagons to carry water to drought-hit States
THE Government has deployed 32,000 water tankers to supplement the efforts by the Railways to bring relief to areas of acute water scarcity in Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. The supply of water has been largely financed by relief funds ... More

Mango vendors swamping Tirupati-bound trains
IT was a frustrating three-hour train journey for Ms Malyatha and her family, returning to Chennai from Tirupati last week, as a large number of mango vendors boarded the reserved compartment in Puttur in Andhra Pradesh, a major mango centre, and ... More

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    Central nod for JBIC-funded road project
    THE Centre has accepted the Kerala Government's proposal for a four-lane road between Cherthala and Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu to be funded by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC). The road, covering 205 kilometres, is estimated ... More

    Kasargod-Trivandrum expressway will spur growth: Official
    `The proposed HSC project will act as a catalyst for economic development of the State. It is expected to generate 2.5 crore employment.' More

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