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Friday, April 27, 2001





Mukand move on wharf cranes may kick up controversy
MUKAND'S proposal to change the foreign collaborator for supplying electric level luffing wharf cranes to Visakhapatnam port has kicked up a controversy.

Shipping industry divides over age norms for ship acquisitions
FRESH from its twin successes of persuading the Government to scrap the proposed customs duty on import of ships and licensing requirements for acquisition of secondhand vessels, the shipping industry is now turning attention on another vital issue conce rning them -- the age norms for various categories of ships.

Armed men kidnap master, pilot from ship
IN an unusual development, the master and pilot of a ship carrying logs for the Calcutta dock system (CDS) were kidnapped from the ship by some armed men in the Hooghly river at noon on Thursday.

No need for a regulatory body for ports: House panel
IN a recommendation which would please the major port trusts in the country, a Parliamentary committee has recommended that there is no need for a regulatory authority for ports sector such as the Tariff Authority for Major Ports (TAMP).

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