AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - Dubai's DP World will spend part of a planned $1 billion investment in India on new inland logistics centres to help ease problems in transporting goods across the country, the port operator's chairman said on Tuesday. Business Standard, 2 months ago
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry today said it plans to open its first Indian office in Mumbai later this year. Senior officials from the chamber led by Chairman Majid Saif Al Ghurair and UAE Ambassador Ahmed Al Banna met Chief Minister of ...Business Standard, 1 week ago
A woman from Ahmedabad district, who has allegedly been tortured by a family in Riyadh, has been rescued with the help of External Affairs Ministry, state Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said today. Hafijabanu Rajabhusen (30) is set to return to ...Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
Director-Finance of Air India Vinod Hejmadi on Wednesday said the recent ban imposed by the United States and United Kingdom on carriage of I-pads and Laptops will not affect the passengers of Air India who travel through four daily non-stop operations.catchnews.com, 3 days ago U.S., UK ban on electronics in cabin not to affect Air India services Sify, 3 days ago
Wolfram Freiherr von Richthofen was a German Luftwaffe Field Marshal who architected the Blitzkrieg attack assault strategy. It was this same strategic imperative which was tested in Guernica during the Spanish Civil War leading to widespread annihilation and ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
Following complaints from Indian airlines about lack of slots in foreign airports curbing the viability of overseas operations, the government may make peak-time allocation of slots an essential part of any bilateral signed in future. Arindam Majumder reports. IMAGE: An Air India plane is given the ceremonial welcome at Newark airport in New Jersey to kick off the airline's Ahmedabad-Newark route. Photograph: Rediff.com. India may make allocation of airport slots for its airlines an essential ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
As 2016 came to an end, countries across the globe rung in the new year. Hello, 2017 -- here we come! People gather at Mumbai's Marine Drive to celebrate New Year. Photograph: Sahil Salvi A reveller with glasses that read "2017" during New Year's Eve festivities in the Times Square area of New York. Photograph: Mark Kauzlarich/Reuters Fireworks explode next to the Quadriga sculpture atop the Brandenburg gate during New Year celebrations in Berlin, Germany. Photograph: Fabrizio ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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