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Waterways Bill to be introduced in par on 20 April: Nitin Gadkari
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Waterways Bill to be introduced in par on 20 April: Nitin Gadkari

At present, there are 12 major ports—Kandla, Mumbai, JNPT, Marmugao, New Mangalore, Cochin, Chennai, Ennore, V O Chidambarnar, Visakhapatnam, Paradip and Kolkata (including Haldia)—in India. Photo: Mint New Delhi: The Inland Waterways Bill to ... Livemint.com, 1 month ago
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MINISTRY OF SHIPPING OF REPUBLIC OF INDIA : Financial Assistance for Cruise Tourism

Press Information Bureau Government of India Ministry of Shipping 07-May-2015 16:48 IST Financial Assistance for Cruise Tourism Government is providing financial assistance for development of Cruise Tourism related infrastructure to port ...
 4 Traders3 weeks ago

To boost trade, Govt to give more powers to major ports

To speed up the development of ports and boost trade activity in the country, the Centre has decided to give more powers to major port trusts by allowing them to take critical operational and financial decisions. Orders enhancing the financial ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago More powers to ports on operational, financial fronts  Economic Times4 weeks ago
NDTV

West Bengal's Haldia Set to Become India's First Green Port: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari

Haldia is among 12 major ports that are owned by the Centre New Delhi: All-weather port Haldia in West Bengal is set to become the country's first green port soon. "We are in the process of converting Haldia port as the country's first major ...
 NDTV1 month ago Haldia to become country's first green port: Gadkari  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Shipping Ministry says: Haldia to become country first ...  Trans Reporter1 month ago
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Shipping Tribune

Cargo traffic up by 4.65%, Kandla Port on top

New Delhi Cargo traffic at India's 12 major ports continued on an upward trajectory for the second fiscal in a row, clocking a 4.65 per cent growth at 581.34 million tonnes (MT) in the just-concluded financial year. The numbers come on the ...
 DeshGujarat1 month ago Cargo traffic at 12 major ports records 4.65% growth in FY15  Economic Times1 month ago Cargo traffic stays in stable waters in 12 ports, up 4.65% in FY15  Business Standard India1 month ago India: Cargo traffic stays in stable waters in 12 ports, up 4.65% in FY15  Shipping Tribune1 month ago
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Mumbai to Goa ferry services to be revived

Image used for representative purposes only If the project sees the light of the day, tourists will be able to enjoy the Konkan coast as they set sail Depending upon the financial feasibility, a long-distance luxury (air-conditioned) cruise with ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Bill on National Waterways to be placed in this House session

to declare 101 rivers into National Waterways (NWs) would be introduced in the current Session of Parliament, Minister of Shipping Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday. Gadkari was addressing a meeting of Parliamentary Consultative Committee of the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Waterways bill in Parliament this session: Gadkari  Economic Times1 month ago Bill on 101 NWs to be in Parliament this session: Gadkari  Business Standard India1 month ago Bill on 101 National Waterways to be in Parliament this session: Nitin Gadkari  Jagran Post1 month ago
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