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Tuesday, May 14, 2002
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`Singapore Airlines top export carrier from Chennai'
SINGAPORE Airlines has topped the list of airlines which uplifted cargo from Chennai airport from April 2001 to March 2002, according to a first-time survey by the Air Cargo Agents Association of India (ACAAI), Southern Regional Council. A ... More

Emirates career Web site soon
EMIRATES airline is launching a new career Web site to help it to continue to attract top quality employees from around the world in its drive to double its workforce by the end of the decade. The airline, part of the Emirates Group, already ... More

Air service talks with Malaysia next month
INDIA and Malaysia are to hold bilateral air service talks in Malaysia in June this year. This emerged at the meeting between the Malaysian Minister for Transport, Dr Ling Liong Sik, and the Minister for Civil Aviation, Mr Syed Shahnawaz Hussain, ... More

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Queensland offers to boost transport infrastructure
MR Steve Bredhauer, Minister for Transport & Main Roads, Queensland, Australia, on Monday unveiled the world-class transport infrastructure that Queensland offers. At the interactive meeting organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of ... More

SHIPPING


Corporatisation of major ports -- Differing claims on PM's stance
OFFICIALS and labour union leaders contradicted each other on Monday over the outcome of an audience with the Prime Minister on the proposed corporatisation of major ports. "The Prime Minister gave a patient hearing to the labour leaders and ... More

Varun becomes Sterlite's `advisor' -- Finolex, two others drop out of SCI race
THE Finolex group, French container line CMA-CGM and the Hong Kong-based Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd (OOCLL) have dropped out of the bidding process of Shipping Corporation of India (SCI). However, Varun Shipping Company Ltd has started ... More

Ennore Port gets nod for berths to handle VLCCs, iron ore
ENNORE Port Ltd (EPL) has got approval from its board to go ahead with the proposal to put up berths for handling very large crude carriers (VLCCs) and iron ore. It will take up only dredging, while the berths will be constructed on a build, ... More

RAILWAYS


Malaysian deal: Ircon in talks with banks
IRCON International Ltd, a PSU under the Ministry of Railways, along with the Exim Bank of India is negotiating with banks for funding a $2.5-billion rail project in Malaysia. The project, which is expected to be awarded to Ircon shortly, is ... More

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Major push for AP road projects
The Andhra Pradesh Government had been increasing allocation of funds for the road sector and the outlay has increased from Rs 1,423 crore few years ago to Rs 5,432 crore in 2001-2002, the Roads and Buildings Minister, Mr Tummala Nageshwara Rao, said . More
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