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Saturday, March 16, 2002
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Jet Air plans to expand cargo carriage
JET Airways (JA), which hopes to record a 23 per cent jump in its cargo carriage at 75,000 tonnes during the next fiscal, is examining a host of initiatives to achieve the target, including automation of its entire booking and tracking ... More

Options to sweeten AI, IA sell-off
IN an effort to give a push to the disinvestment of Air India and Indian Airlines, the Government is to consider several options including a one-time write-off to wipe off the huge losses suffered by IA in the past two years. Another option is ... More

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Part-funding of NHDP Phase-II: More cess on petrol, diesel likely
The announcement of an additional fuel cess is expected to come during the later part of the next fiscal. The second phase of NHDP will have an aggregate length of 6,584 km and is estimated to cost around Rs 30,000 crore, roughly of the same size as NHDP Phase-I. More

Hugely popular, and a win-win deal for all
THEY are just a call away. And, for those residents of Chennai used to haggling with autorickshaw drivers, it is a welcome relief. The call taxis in the city are slowly but surely becoming popular, what with their electronic meters, easy ... More

Bane of the auto brigade
THE advent of call taxis in Coimbatore a few months back seems to have brought a smile on the face of the commuter. The growing popularity of call taxis can be gauged from the rising discontent in the ranks of the tourist taxi operators, who ... More


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