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Tuesday, June 17, 2003
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`Open sky' for two more years
IN a move aimed at benefiting both international airlines and air travellers, the Ministry of Civil Aviation intends to extend the limited "open sky" policy during the peak travel season for the next two years. Official sources told Business ... More

HCL Tech bags Airbus order
NEW DELHI: HCL Technologies on Monday said that it has won a mandate from French aircraft manufacturer, Airbus France, for developing embedded software for the system data acquisition computer of its A 340 flight warning system. The ... More


VPT introduces volume discount scheme
VISAKHAPATNAM Port has notched up the number one slot in cargo handling among the major ports for the second successive year by clocking 46 million tonnes of cargo during 2002-03. The port had handled 44.3 million tonnes of cargo in 2001-02. But, ... More

Plea to include Kochi port in specified list
THE Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has urged the State Government to take up with the Union Government the inclusion of Kochi Port in the list of specified ports for export of ICD shipments. Expressing strong protest against the ... More


CCTL, Concor cut terminal costs — Chennai-Tughlakabad rail freight slashed
Mr Adrian S. Soff, Senior General Manger, Concor, said that the current rail freight differential between Chennai-Tughlakabad and Mumbai-Tughlakabad was Rs 7,111 per TEU, which would be now reduced by Rs 4,240. More


Ennore expressway project gets green signal
THE decks have been cleared for improving the Ennore expressway that connects Chennai with the northern industrial belt of Ennore-Manali. The project includes protecting the road from sea erosion, resettling and rehabilitating about 2,000 ... More

Widening work on NH-34 next month
THE Government of India would soon take up the proposed 10-m widening project of the 367 km-long NH 34, which links Kolkata with Siliguri in North Bengal. Maj Gen (Retd) B.C. Khanduri, the Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, told ... More

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