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Derailment cause under investigation: Nitish
COMMENTING on the accident on Saturday night involving the Kacheguda-Bangalore Express near Kurnool which has claimed 19 lives so far, the Union Railway Minister, Mr Nitish Kumar, has admitted that the Railways cannot be absolved of ... More

AIRLINES


Panalpina airlifts bogies to China
PANALPINA, the global forwarding and logistics group, has set a new national record by transporting two train carriages, using an Antonov 124-100 from Germany to Guangzhou in Southern China for delivery to Metro Guangzhou. The first two train ... More

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On the IA cards are plans to operate additional flights on the Cochin-Agatti-Cochin sector and also flights between Chennai and Port Blair. More

INFRASTRUCTURE


Mumbai firm to build modern bus shelters in Kerala
A MUMBAI-BASED firm has been granted the contract to set up swanky modern bus shelters at important centres along national highways and PWD thoroughfares in the State, according to the Local Administration Minister, Mr Cherkalam Abdullah. These ... More

SHIPPING


A friendlier lagaan to shipowners' rescue?
The `lagaan' ad is just a part of a massive campaign being launched by shipowners to voice their concern. If the Finance Minister adopts Kelkar's prescription, large shipping companies such as Shipping Corporation of India and the Great Easter n Shipping will be hit hard. So the frantic reaction of shipowners is quite natural. More

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT


`Lord Ayyappa prasadam by post' date extended
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Chief Post Master General, Kerala Circle, has said that the last date for booking money orders by devotees of Lord Ayyappa of Sabarimala for getting the prasadam delivered by Post has been extended to January 10 ... More

RAILWAYS


All set for Delhi Metro flag-off
EVERTYTHING appears set for the flagging off Metro rail services in Delhi on Tuesday. The 8-km section of the Shahdra-Tis Hazari Metro line is to be opened for traffic by the Prime Minister, ushering in an era of fast, efficient, cheap and, above ... More

`Palace on wheels' in Karnataka soon
KARNATAKA will soon have its own `Palace on wheels' on the lines of Rajasthan's famous luxury tourist train. The Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation (KSTDC) has signed a MoU with its partner, Indian Railways, to launch the Rs ... More

ROADWAYS


NHAI bond issues to close today
THE National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) will close subscription to its bonds issued under Section 54 EC of the Income-Tax Act on December 23. "We have raised the targeted amount for the year and are closing the bond issues on December ... More
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