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Valigonda rail mishap inquiry report
HYDERABAD: The inquiry by Mr R.P. Agrawal, Commissioner of Railway Safety (South Central Circle), into the Valigonda train accident has concluded that the mishap occurred due to "failure of equipment/structure". The October 29 accident ... More

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Jet Airways launches Chennai-Singapore service
JET Airways on Tuesday announced the launch of its daily service between Chennai and Singapore, beginning December 7. The flight from Chennai leaves at 10.20 a.m. and reaches Singapore at 5.10 p.m. The unique timings and day-flight is seen as ... More

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Dubai Ports nets Indian box terminals thru P&O buy
A MAJORITY of container shipping in India is set to come under the control of DP World, the global ports business of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, Dubai, following its acquisition of Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co (P&O) More

Mumbai port plans steep hike in charges
Various user associations have registered their protest to TAMP, urging it to dissuade the port from implementing the hike. Mumbai Nov. 29 , MUMBAI port has proposed a steep hike in ... More

JNPT in talks with FIs for investment in channel dredging
THE Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) is close to tying up with banks and financial institutions to raise part of the Rs 800-crore investment for implementation of its channel dredging project. After getting the clearance from the Government ... More

Fast ferry service between S. India, Colombo soon
A NEW fast ferry service linking South India with Colombo is to start soon, the Chairman, Sri Lanka Tourism, Mr Udaya Nanayakkara, has said. "The ferry service has been approved by the Sri Lankan Government. There are some issues on the Indian ... More

Problems in loading imported coking coal — Vizag port, Rlys, SAIL officials to meet soon
According to steel industry sources, at least four rakes need to be loaded every day at the Visakhapatnam port to meet the coal shortage at the Bhilai Steel Plant. More

Dubai Ports to acquire P&O for 3.33 b
DUBAI Ports World announced on Tuesday that its 3.33-billion offer of acquisition for the UK ports and ferries group P&O (The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company) has been taken up by the UK firm. DP World said in a statement ... More

New mooring facility at Mundra Port
AHMEDABAD: Mundra Port, a private sector port owned by the Adani Group, has commissioned its first single point mooring (SPM) facility to handle liquid cargo. The SPM facility, installed 9 km inside the sea, offers a draught of 32 ... More


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