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Wednesday, May 29, 2002
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IOC may go it alone on TN pipeline project
INDIAN Oil Corporation (IOC) is understood to be evaluating the option of independently implementing the Rs 520-crore Chennai-Tiruchi-Madurai (CTM) pipeline project, originally conceived by Petronet India Ltd. This follows the insistence of ... More

Regulatory norms hold Kakinada LNG terminal project take-off
THE mega Kakinada LNG terminal project, proposed to be developed near Kakinada in Andhra Pradesh, is having to wade through a host of regulatory concerns including the latest issue of addressing the coastal regulation zone (CRZ) clearance. The ... More

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    TDS on Rly staff perks -- Ministry seeks PMO nod for partial rollback
    THE Finance Ministry is set to seek the clearance of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) to partially roll back its decision to deduct tax at source on the perks given to railway employees in the form of free railway passes and Privilege Ticket ... More

    Rly staff want tax on perks to go
    RAILWAY officers and staff associations have stepped up pressure on the Government to withdraw tax on the perquisite value of railway passes and privileged ticket order (PTO). The federations staged a protest here against the deduction of ... More

    Kerala: Railway project progress hinges on Govt support
    IF the Government shares the cost of Railway projects and the public co-operates, especially in acquisition of land, all proposed projects could be completed in time, according to senior Railway sources. One of the important projects that needs ... More

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    Lorry owners threaten stir over insurance premium hike
    THE All-India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) has decried the insurance companies' decision to hike the premium for vehicles even as the recommendations of a committee headed by the General Insurance Corporation (GIC) is yet to be ... More

    Kerala: Quick licences with new tech
    THOUGH Kerala's much-trumpeted ride down the IT highway has proceeded in fits and starts, here's a drive which is most "fit'' as far as starts go. For, the Computer-Aided Learners Licensing System (CALLS), introduced by the Motor Vehicles ... More

    Deadly plunge
    A bus that fell into a pond being pulled up at Chowbagan on the outskirts of Kolkata on Monday. Forty-six people were killed and several injured in the accident.

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