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DP World Kochi Terminal Witnesses 24 Per Cent Growth

The first nine months of the year saw an overall increase of 31 per cent in the number of vessels handled, a press release said

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Cheaper To Transport Goods From Mumbai To London Than Within India: Gadkari

'For taking any material from Mumbai to London or Mumbai to Dubai is easy and cheaper compared to taking it from Mumbai to Delhi'

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Hanjin Shipping Gets US Court Order, Cash To Unload Ships

Around $14 billion of cargo has been tied up globally as ports, tugboat operators and cargo handling firms refuse to work for Hanjin, the world's seventh-largest container carrier, which filed for receivership in a Seoul court last week

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NGT Refuses To Quash Green Nod To Vizhinjam Port

The green panel, while disposing of the pleas seeking withdrawal of environment clearance given to the venture, also directed the project proponent Adani Group to maintain fisheries harbour on the port for welfare of local fishermen

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NGT Slaps Rs 100 Crore Damages On Shipping Firm For Oil Spill

The tribunal asked Panama's Delta Shipping Marine Services SA, Qatar-based Delta Navigation WLL and Delta Group International to pay Rs 100 crore

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Kerala To Expedite Vizhinjam Project Work: Chief Minister

Modi assures Kerala CM that the proposed Colachel port in Tamil Nadu is not going to affect the economic prospects of the Vizhinjam project

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With Eye On China, India Doubles Down On Container Hub Ports

Government will grant billionaire Gautam Adani 16 billion rupees ($240 million) in so-called 'viability gap' funding to help the new port at Vizhinjam in Kerala win business from established hubs elsewhere in Asia

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Turkey Shuts Bosphorus To Tankers For Security Reasons

On Saturday, forces loyal to the Turkish government fought to crush the remnants of a military coup attempt, following violence and clashes in Ankara and Istanbul

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Shipping Corporation Of India To Resume Sailing To Iran

SCI will this month use one of its Suezmax-sized tankers to ship an oil cargo for state-refiner Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd from Iran

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India Puts On Hold Delivery From Blacklisted Oil Tanker

Libyan UN Ambassador Ibrahim Dabbashi had written to 15-member UN Security Council sanctions committee for blacklisting Distya Ameya tanker

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Port Investments Can Add 1.4% To GDP Growth: Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant

Investments in setting up ports and large industrial cities near them can help push economic growth by up to 1.4 percentage points, Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant said on Thursday

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Shipping Sector Push Won't Get Banks Out Of Choppy Waters: SBI

The ongoing thrust on the shipping sector will not help lenders with a revival in the asset quality, but can be of benefit over a longer period, State Bank of India chief Arundhati Bhattacharya on Thursday said

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Indian Register Of Shipping Expands Footprint Abroad

Offices will be opened in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Egypt and Iran, says COO of Mumbai-based maritime agency

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Govt To Sell Up To 5 Per Cent Stake In Container Corp

The Indian government, which owns 61.8 per cent of Container Corp, is selling up to 9.75 million shares starting Wednesday

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Budget 2016: What's In Store For Transport And Logistics Sector?

The government is expected to continue to facilitate development of waterways and logistics parks for faster and efficient movement of cargo

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