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`Jet Airways Inc is not certified airline'
JET Airways Inc, which has filed a petition against Jet Airways India for its alleged links to the Al-Qaeda, does not appear to have made any application to fly in the US and has no planes registered in its name, according to a release issued by ... More


Environment and purse-friendly
Mr Syed Sajjad Ahmed celebrates the World Environment Day driving his electro solar cart in Bangalore on Sunday. The cart can travel 100 km per day at an expense of only 10 to 20 paise per kilometre. It can seat two adults and two children. ... More


Sethusamudram implementation will take place as planned: Baalu
"WE have conducted further studies since tsunami and the implementation of the Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project will be carried out as planned," the Minister for Shipping and Road Transport, Mr T.R. Baalu, has said here. Addressing ... More

NMPT pitches for better rail, road infrastructure
THE New Mangalore Port Trust (NMPT) has asked the Karnataka Government to strengthen the rail and road infrastructure leading to the port from hinterland areas. Speaking at `KCCI (Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry) Export Awards 2004' ... More

CSI compliance for safe ports, secure boxes
CONTAINER Security Initiative (CSI) compliance adopted by ports can enhance the commercial attractiveness of the ports, according to security experts. They also stressed bilateral and multilateral cooperation for safe ... More


Port facilities need to be shored up quickly — Mr N. K. Raghupathy, Chairman, Tuticorin Port Trust
The Tuticorin port handled a record traffic throughput of 15.81 million tonnes during 2004-05 against last year's 13.68 million tonnes, an increase of 15.59 per cent. The port also achieved a record container throughput by handling 3.07 lakh ... More


Rlys plans to check revenue under-reporting by catering units
THE Railways has deputed officials to examine the actual business done by small shops across stations or `static catering units' to review the licence fee of catering units and check under-reporting of revenues. The small units have to pay up ... More

Railways: Raking in better times
For the third year in a row, the Railways has achieved significant improvement in loading of freight traffic and, thus, posted good growth in terms of efficiency indicators such as wagon turnaround, terminal detentions and operating rati o. More


Box movement from ICDs — Delhi roads to have no truck with containers
THE decision of the Delhi Police to restrict the movement of transit containers on trailers, that is, containers on trailers moving between Tughlakabad (TKD) inland container depot (ICD) of the Container Corporation of ... More
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