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OUTLOOK: Jet Air puts cargo airline plan on the backburner
Deterred by lack of integration system, infrastructure. Jet Airways has shelved its idea of starting a cargo airline, at least for now. The carrier will continue to concentrate on increasing its cargo uplift through the belly space of aircraft, ...
SHIPPING/PORTS: Plea to retain Rajiv Gandhi Container Terminal
The Cochin Port Employees Organisation, one of the leading trade unions in the port, held a seminar on ‘Does the Growth of the Port Signal Decline in Jobs?'Speaking at the seminar, the Port Trust Chairman, Mr N. Ramachandran, pointed ...
RAILWAYS: ‘All budgeted trains operating in State'
All trains announced in the Railway Budget 2010 for Kerala have started operating, according to Mr Rajiv Dutt Sharma, Divisional Railway Manager, Thiruvananthapuram. Mr Sharma said this after unfurling the national flag and inspecting the ...
AIRLINES: Etihad Airways launches chauffeur service
Etihad Airways has introduced complimentary luxury chauffeur service for its premium customers at all eight of the airline's destinations ...
SHIPPING/PORTS: Incentives are key to developing coastal shipping
The Director General of Shipping, Dr Satish B. Agnihotri, has stressed the need for giving certain incentives for the growth of coastal shipping in the country. Dr Agnihotri submitted the draft Coastal Shipping Policy to the ...
RAILWAYS: South Western Railway ferries 25.583 mt iron ore
The South Western Railway (SWR), despite a ban on iron ore exports from Karnataka, has been able to ferry 25.583 million tonnes for the domestic market and has also carried 1,289 million passengers up to December ...
SHIPPING/PORTS: Tuticorin Port Trust renamed
The Union Cabinet today approved renaming of Tuticorin Port Trust as V.O. Chidambaranar ...
FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE: SpiceJet reports lower net profit at Rs 94.4 cr on MAT impact
Delhi-based low-cost airline SpiceJet has reported a net profit of Rs 94.4 crore for the quarter ended December 2010, lower than the Rs 108.95 crore net profit reported during the same ...
SHIPPING/PORTS: ‘New Mangalore deep-draught berth achieves 91% occupancy'
Berth No. 14 of the New Mangalore Port Trust (NMPT) recorded 91 per cent occupancy after it was commissioned in 2006, according to Mr P. Tamilvanan, Chairman ...
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