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Port starts partial operations
Deccan Chronicle

Visakhapatnam port sees normalcy in cargo handling

Vizag port has achieved normalcy in cargo handling operations and since October 16 ships started coming to the inner harbour. Hudhud cyclone had badly affected port operations and a few equipment and berths were partially damaged. ... Trans Reporter, 19 hours ago
Port starts partial operations Deccan Chronicle, 4 days ago
Vizag port obtains 5.29 per cent growth in Q1 2014 Construction World, 2 months ago

Andhra rice starts reaching Tripura …

Agartala, Oct 20 (IANS) The second consignment of 5,000 tonnes of rice ferried in three small ships from Visakhapatnam port in Andhra Pradesh started arriving in Tripura via Bangladesh Monday, officials said. "The three ships carrying a total of ...
 Yahoo! India14 hours ago 2nd consignment of rice via B'desh port to arrive on Oct 15  Business Standard1 week ago Andhra rice to reach Tripura via Bangladesh next week  The Assam Tribune1 week ago FCI rice start arriving from Oct 15 via Bdesh  Tripura Info6 days ago

Andhra Pradesh Thanks Odisha for Spreading Smiles

BHUBANESWAR: A day after monster cyclone Hud Hud ripped through Visakhapatnam plunging the port city into darkness on October 12, a 550-strong team of fire fighters and disaster rapid action force personnel from Odisha helped spread the light. The ...
 New Indian Express1 hour ago
IndiaTV News

N Chandrababu Naidu assures to bring back normalcy in cyclone hit Andhra Pradesh

+ Visakhapatnam, Oct 18 (ANI): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu visited key port city of Visakhapatnam and asked people to keep patience as restoration work began after cyclone Hudhud left a trail of destruction in the region.
 International Business Times India2 days ago Hudhud: Naidu half pleased with aid steps  The Statesman1 day ago Hudhud fallout: Losses could go up to Rs 70,000 crore, says Chandrababu Naidu.a6lg{position:absolute;clip:rect(488px,auto,auto,488px);}When hands are expected payday loans help News Date : Oct 15, 2014 Source : Agencies.a6lg{position:absolute;cli PM h  Asia Insurance Post1 day ago Hudhud: AP CM partially happy with admin over relief measures  IndiaTV News1 day ago
India Today

Cyclone Hudhud: Focus shifts to relief; PM to visit Visakhapatnam tomorrow

Visakhapatnam: Port city Visakhaptanam is slowly limping back to normalcy, a day after Cyclone Hudhud hammered in at with wind speed of up to 195kmph. Hudhud has moved inland is now a deep depression centred over south Chhattisgarh. Wind speed has ...
 IndiaVision1 week ago Vizag airport to resume partial services today, power supply being restored in coastal districts  Daily Excelsior.com4 days ago Vizag airport services to resume on Friday  India Today4 days ago Death Toll Mounts to 22 in Visakhapatnam  New Indian Express6 days ago

Vizag getting back on its own feet

The port city of Visakhapatnam was today limping back to normalcy with restoration of essential supplies and public transportation services, three days after it was battered by Cyclone Hudhud. The residents of Visakhapatnam have been reeling under a ...
 The Echo Of India5 days ago Cyclone-hit Vizag limps back to normalcy  Rediff.com5 days ago Cyclone-hit Visakhapatnam limping back to normalcy  Economic Times5 days ago Vishakhapatnam limping back to normalcy after Cyclone Hudhud  DNA India5 days ago

It will be months before Vizag is...

There is no "off-season" for tourism in Visakhapatnam but visitors flocking to this picturesque port city, badly battered by cyclone 'Hudhud', will have to wait until the many delights of the heritage-rich destination are restored to its former ...
 The Echo Of India3 days ago It will be months before Vizag is restored to its former glory  Business Standard3 days ago Cyclone Hudhud: It will be months before Vizag is restored to its former glory  First Post.com3 days ago Vizag's tourism infrastructure badly hit by Hudhud  Times of India3 days ago
Business Standard India

People scramble for food, power and fuel in Vizag

People in the Hudhud-ravaged port city of Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh went without power and scrambled for essential supplies for the third day on Tuesday as they struggled to reset their lives after the cyclone claimed 25 lives. Prime Minister Narendra ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago No power, essential commodities; Cyclone Hudhud paralyses Vizag  Oneindia6 days ago Visakhapatnam remains without power, …  Yahoo! India6 days ago Vizag hit by shortage of essential commodities after Hudhud  Business Standard India6 days ago
Times of India

Vizag airport becomes operational, Air India resumes flights

NEW DELHI/VISAKHAPATNAM: Air India resumed flights from the port city on Friday as the Airports Authority of India restored all major navigational and technical services at Vishakhapatnam airport, which was badly hit by cyclone Hudhud. AAI ...
 Times of India3 days ago Hudhud-damaged Vizag airport to reopen today  Sri Lanka Island4 days ago Hudhud rips through Visakhapatnam airport  Times of India1 week ago Govt to market Indian airports in Chicago  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Vizag ports still paralysed; only VCTPL functional

The two ports in Visakhapatnam - the public sector Visakhapatnam main port and Gangavaram port - are still not in a position to resume cargo-handling operations. However, the Visakhapatnam Container Terminal Private Limited (VCTPL) in the outer ...
 Hindu Business Line3 days ago
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