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Cathay Pacific to boost HK tourism
IN an effort to woo the Indian traveller to Hong Kong, the island-based airline, Cathay Pacific Airways, on Thursday announced the launch of a promotional scheme `Visit Hong Kong now' which not only offers a return ticket but also a three-night ... More

Swiss to suspend Delhi flights from October end
SWISS, the official airline of Switzerland, is to bid farewell to Delhi in end-October. As part of the global restructuring plan, the airline on Friday announced that it would be withdrawing its six-weekly flights on the Delhi-Zurich route from ... More

No AI decision on 150-seater purchase
THE Air India board, which met here on Friday, has decided to continue deliberations on the expert committee report on acquisition of 150-seater small-capacity short-range (SCSR) aircraft. According to an airline spokesperson, the expert ... More

INFRASTRUCTURE


Bangalore airport project: `Key issue to be finalised soon'
THE concession agreement related to the Bangalore international airport project (BIAP) came in for renewed discussions today. Officials handling the project rushed to New Delhi, barely a day after the first round ended on Wednesday. "We have ... More

SHIPPING


Most major ports fare better in Q1 but fall short of targets
THOUGH most of the major ports in the country including Visakhapatnam have failed to attain the targets set by the Ministry of Shipping during the first quarter, there has been improvement in their collective performance in comparison with the ... More

Minister moots plan to boost `port tourism'
"IF unable to attract cargo, attract tourists." This seems to be the advice from the Shipping Minister, Mr Shatrugan Sinha, to the major ports on the Western coast. The Minister has asked four Government run major ports — Mumbai, Goa, ... More

Tuticorin port conducts meet to lure exim trade
AS part of conducting a direct interactive meeting with the trade from Kerala, the Tuticorin Port Trust (TPT) had recently organised a trade promotion meeting at Kollam to attract the exim trade from the region to this East coast port. Senior ... More

Cochin Port moves court to have seized Lankan trawlers removed
AGGRIEVED by the indifference of the authorities in removing the confiscated Sri Lankan fishing trawlers from the port premises, the Cochin Port has approached the Kerala High Court seeking a direction to remove the 15 trawlers/ fishing boats ... More

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT


Phoenix to help Elbee make a turnaround
ELBEE Services, the express courier and logistics company, has roped in Phoenix Resurgency Management Services (PRMS) "to shore up its operations." Phoenix, which specialises in turnaround strategy and management, will provide strategic ... More

RAILWAYS


Delhi Metro oustees — Centre forms panel for interim rehabilitation
THE Centre will constitute a high-level committee to prepare a blueprint for interim rehabilitation of traders and house owners affected by the Barakhamba Road-Dwarka section of the Delhi Metro. The committee, to be chaired by the Union Urban ... More

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