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18 May 2011
 
  ARTICLE  
  Time To Rebalance  
     
 
  Ports / Shipping  
  India wants insurers to stop charging war risk premium on cargo ships
 
  DP World’s gross volumes up 12% for first quarter of 2011  
  Mitsui OSK to launch India-China service  
  Kochi port awards maintenance work to Dredging Corp  
     
  INFRASTRUCTURE/NEW LAUNCHES/OPERATIONS  
  FedEx Trade Networks Announces Opening of Delhi Office  
  Q1 Results – Allcargo Global Logistics Limited  
  Air India faces July 31 deadline to join Star Alliance  
     
  RAILWAYS  
  Mamata Banerjee Releases ‘Rail Bandhu’ – an on Board Magazine of Indian Railways  
  Rail electrification to begin soon  
  Mamata launches Rly projects  
  SWR conducts surprise checks  
  Changes to Ernakulam-Bangalore train  
     
  ROAD TRANSPORT  
  Toyota To Resume Normal Operations Earlier Than Expected  
  Dr. C. P. Joshi Expresses Concern on Rising Road Accidents Consultative Committee Meeting of M/O Road Transport & Highways held  
  Mahindra’s flagship SUV brands – Bolero & Scorpio – touch new milestones in FY 2010-11  
  Swaraj Tractors touch the 8,00,000 sales mark  
     
  AIRWAYS  
  Jet Airways Changes Flights To Ahmedabad Due To Runway Closure  
  Eurocopter targets booming Indian corporate market  
  Flydubai launches Hyderabad service  
  Air India buckles again, cabin crew demands met  
  Scientists developing aviation biofuel from feedstocks  
     
 
  Boeing 777 Returns to Seven-Per-Month Production Rate
DHL commences regular air cargo service into Dubai World Central
United Aviation Services launches a new brand
 
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