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Cathay Pacific plans agents' portal
CATHAY Pacific Airways will launch a portal for travel agents on March 1. This portal will help agents access information on fares quotes and other relevant information, Mr Thomas W. Owen, Country Manager - India, Nepal and Bangladesh, Cathay ... More

Jet, Sahara can fly from Lanka to any SAARC country
THERE is more good news for the two private sector domestic scheduled airlines. The Government has said it has "no objections" to the two airlines - Jet Airways and Air Sahara - flying to any other country within the SAARC (South Asian ... More

SHIPPING
Govt okays restructuring of officer cadres in major ports
THE Union Government has approved the restructuring of the officer cadres in major ports and docks. Giving this information here on Monday, Mr Shatrughan Sinha, Union Shipping Minister, expressed the hope that all port authorities concerned ... More

Govt fixes price band of Rs 385-400 for DCI shares
THE Government has fixed a price band ranging between Rs 385 and Rs 400 per share for sale of 56 lakh shares worth 20 per cent of the equity in the state-run Dredging Corporation of India (DCI). Retail investors who subscribe to the issue would ... More

Ministry announces minor changes in dredging policy
THE Shipping Ministry has finally circulated the new dredging policy to all the major port trusts, incorporating minor changes to remove the ambiguities that had crept in when the policy was first announced on January 19. According to the new ... More

RAILWAYS
Bengal studying plans for Kolkata monorail project
THE West Bengal Chief Minister, Mr Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, is determined to unclog the State's transport system by providing an alternative hi-tech mode at the earliest, beginning with Kolkata. The State transport department, along with other ... More

Bandh disrupts train services in Kharagpur, Adra divisions of SER
TRAIN services in Kharagpur and Adra divisions of South Eastern Railway (SER) have been disrupted since Tuesday morning owing to agitations by Bharat bandh supporters at different stations such as Santragachi, Balasore, Dasnagar, Midnapore, ... More

ROADWAYS
MobiApps bags BMTC order
BANGALORE: MobiApps, a provider of hybrid, terrestrial and satellite technologies for industrial communications along with Advanced Micronic Devices Ltd (AMDL), a supplier of equipment and solutions based on the Global Positioning System, ... More


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