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New navigation charges to benefit domestic airlines
While the decision is likely to lead to a reduction in costs by 20-25 per cent for the domestic airlines, it is unlikely to see any reduction in airfares. More

Private investment in metro airports to get protection
THE Government will ensure that private sector investments coming into the four metro airports of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai will get some form of protection from other new airports which may come up in their vicinity, the Secretary Civil ... More

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Recast to leave 7 zonal rlys single State-centric
SEVEN zonal railways will become single State-centric when the proposed redistribution of divisions takes effect as a result of the Union Government's decision to create seven new zones as also carve out some eight new divisions. This will ... More
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