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Piloting a civil aviation revolution
A combination of bureaucratic vision and political support could have been responsible for the Government's change in attitude towards the civil aviation sector. More

Air India, Indian Airlines cut fares on Gulf-Kerala sector
AIR India and Indian Airlines have decided to cut fares from the Gulf to Kerala by 5 to 18 per cent by passing on to passengers the benefit of the withdrawal of sales tax on ATF by the Kerala Government from April 1. Air India and Indian ... More

SHIPPING
Chartering foreign flag vessels — Cross-currents over old notification, order
CONFUSION prevails in the Government over the issue of whether the permission of the Director-General of Shipping is required for chartering of foreign flag vessels by domestic entities other than public sector ... More

PSUs sail free
PUBLIC sector units are spared the requirement of taking permission from the Director-General (Shipping) in case they charter foreign vessels as per the prevailing government policy. Under this policy, the import of ... More

Normalcy restored at Chennai port terminal
THE congestion at the container terminal is to be cleared soon with normal operations being restored following discussions between workers and management of the Chennai Container Terminal Private Ltd on Saturday. Workers had launched a go-slow ... More

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Logistics sector on steady growth path
Realising the potential in the outsourced logistics market, third party logistics service providers are expanding their basket of services. More

RAILWAYS
Railway wagons: High demand, short supply
HARDLY a day passes without people queueing in the office of the directorate of rail movement in Fairlie Place in Kolkata. They come from far and near seeking allotment of rakes immediately, either for movement of raw ... More

Defence Ministry to fund gauge conversion in North Bihar
The Kosi bridge has been taken up as one of the four mega bridges to be constructed to upgrade the connectivity between the four metropolitan cities. More

TRENDS
Boom time symbols
A view of the Maruti stockyard at Kalamassery near Kochi. Maruti 800 is the most sought after vehicle in Kerala. According to the State Transport Minister, the vehicle population in the State has gone up to 27.46 lakh as on December 31 last ... More


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