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Singapore Air bets on Ahmedabad flight
SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) is going ahead with its plans to commence Singapore-Ahmedabad flights on July 28 even as the `in-principle' approval from the previous Civil Aviation Ministry is yet to get fully ratified by the present dispensation at ... More

Jet, Sahara global bid may cause flutter among foreign airlines
THEY may have just spread out their wings to the international skies but the two young domestic airlines - Jet Airways and Air Sahara - are already giving a run for their money to some of the more experienced and established international ... More

CIAL to pay 8% maiden dividend
THE board of directors of Cochin International Airport Ltd (CIAL) has recommended a maiden dividend of eight per cent subject to the approval of the company's shareholders at its annual general meeting. Announcing this after a meeting of the ... More

INFRASTRUCTURE
Kerala signs MoA with IL&FS
THE Kerala Government has signed a memorandum of agreement with Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) to assess the commercial viability of the proposed high-speed corridor (HSC) traversing the State from Kasargod in the North t More

SHIPPING
Port trusts mull refinancing high-cost debts
IT is now the turn of all the major port trusts to begin refinancing some of their high-cost debts to the Centre. Sources said that some have already tapped the public sector banks for refinancing their debts. So far all the major funding ... More

`Ensuring hygiene at fishing harbours must'
WITH the insistence of the importing countries on stringent quality standards, there is a crisis brewing in the fishery sector which can be addressed only by providing quality and hygiene at the fishing harbours of the country, Dr K. Devadasan, ... More

Govt nod for Maersk-Concor bid for box terminal at JN port
THE Government has approved the highest revenue share price bid of 35.503 per cent submitted by the Maersk-Concor consortium for developing and operating a new container terminal at the Jawaharlal Nehru Port for a 30-year concession ... More

EVENTS
Aerospace symposium in Hyderabad
HYDERABAD: The annual Agilent `Aerospace and Defence symposium' will be held in Hyderabad on June 28. The meet will see the participation of design and test engineers and managers in the aerospace and defence industry. According to ... More

RAILWAYS
SC Rly gets new CPRO
HYDERABAD: Mr P. Krishnaiah has assumed charge as Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO) of South Central Railway (SCR). An Indian Railway Traffic Service officer of the 1983 batch, Mr Krishnaiah headed the public relations department of ... More

ROADWAYS
Assocham for privatisation of State transport
THE Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham) has mooted a proposal, suggesting to all the State Governments to give up the management control of their transport sector gradually and pass it on to the private sector. In ... More


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