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C E S C : Calcutta Tramways Company puts more land on lease
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Calcutta Tramways Company puts more land on lease

The state transport department has increased the total land parcel of Belgachia tram depot offered for lease. Times of India, 1 week ago

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CESC buys Calcutta Tramways land in Kolkata for Rs 27 cr

Private power utility CESC has bought 49.16 cottah of Calcutta Tramways Corporation in three land parcels in the metropolis auctioned by the West Bengal government, the first such divestment. The RP-Sanjiv Goenka group-owned company, will pay Rs ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago CESC buys CTC land in Kolkata for Rs 27 cr  Business Standard1 month ago CESC buys govt land  The Telegraph2 months ago

KMC to hand over Tollygunge tram tracks soon

The Calcutta Tramways Company (CTC) is all set to resume its Tollygunge-Ballygunge service, its most profitable route till six years ago.
 Times of India2 months ago

Poll adda and a train journey

KOLKATA: They're a motley group of men, just two short of a dozen, and call themselves the "D Company". They congregate a little before 9.30am everyday on platform number 2 of Dattapukur railway station, 30 kilometres north of Sealdah, and jump onto ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

On a tram in Old Delhi

The once-royal esplanade of Chandni Chowk is preparing to go back in time with the revival of a tram route. But the groundwork is yet to begin Ritika Bhatia April 4, 2014 Last Updated at 22:26 IST ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

A streetcar named Delhi

Deep in the labyrinth that is Dariba Kalan in Old Delhi sits the solemn and intimidating septuagenarian Ram Singh, the current owner of the legendary 198-year old Gulab Singh Johrimal ittar shop. The spacious one-room affair in Chandni Chowk stocks ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Tram depots in Kolkata up for grabs

One hundred and forty one years after the first horse-drawn tramcar was started in Kolkata, the British legacy has come to rescue the government of West Bengal in a roundabout way. The massive land acquired by the British in the city to set up ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

The Coloured Nation

t is spring time in Delhi. With bright sunny mornings, and nippy evenings we have arrived at another Holi — that festival of colours that serves as perfect example of this country's vibrantly polychromatic demeanour. If one traverses the length ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 month ago

VRS to 1000 Employees of Transport Corporations in WB

Struggling to revive the financial health of transport corporations and reduce subsidy, the West Bengal Transport department today received a go-ahead from the state finance ministry to offer VRS to another 1,000 employees of those corporations. ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

Citu plans demonstration against leasing of CTC land

statesman news service Kolkata, 8 March: Protesting against the state government's decision to lease out the land of the Calcutta Tramways Company (CTC) at a throw-away price, employees of the state-run transport corporations affiliated to the ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Bengal government leases out surplus CTC land to CESC  The Statesman1 month ago
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