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Air India launches e-ticketing in US
AIR INDIA has launched Web-based e-ticketing to serve North American passengers here. Mr Roy Paul, Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation and Chairman of the airline along with Mr.V.K. Verma, AI's Commercial Director and Mr Yogesh D. Mathur, ... More

Top Air France executive team coming
IN an affirmation of faith in the business prospects that the Indian market has to offer, two members of the Air France (AF) Executive Committee are to visit India later this month. "The two big chiefs of Air France — Mr Patrick ... More

IA cuts economy class fares on South sector
INDIAN Airlines has reduced its economy class fares on the Chennai-Bangalore-Chennai and the Chennai - Kochi-Chennai sectors. According to a release, the promotional fare is valid from July 1 to September 30. The one-way economy class fare ... More

SHIPPING


Essar Shipping net down 27%
INCREASED dry-docking (repair) expenses have pulled down Essar Shipping's bottomline for the year ended March 31, 2002, despite a rise in revenue. The net profit fell by 27 per cent to Rs 72.76 crore from Rs 100.27 crore in the previous ... More

Tuticorin port aiming for net surplus of Rs 44.2 cr
THE Tuticorin Port Trust hopes to handle 13.65 million tonnes of cargo during 2002-03 and achieve a targeted net surplus of Rs 44.19 crore. Last year, the port handled 13.02 million tonnes against 12.28 m.t. the year before, according to a ... More

GENERAL INSURANCE


PSU general insurance cos — Shortlisting of third party administrators again likely
THE panel of third party administrators (TPAs) prepared by the General Insurance Public Sector Association (GIPSA) for working on behalf of the public sector general insurance companies is under threat of being scrapped. Under severe protests ... More

RAILWAYS


L&T bags deal to build steel bridge for N. Rly
THE ECC division of Larsen & Toubro has bagged the contract to build a steel bridge over Jhajjar Khad on the Udhampur-Katra rail link being laid in the higher reaches of the Jammu sector of the Northern Railway. This bridge will also be one of ... More

  • Kolkata trains rescheduled

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