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1.Reliance to build port at Rewas

Reliance Industries (RIL) plans to build a Rs 6,000-crore port at Rewas in Maharashtra. The port will have 70 berths with a capacity to handle 457 mn tonne of cargo.


2.India Airports Conference 2010

Airports' economic regulation would be on a price cap basis, Sandeep Prakash, the Secretary of the newly established Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India (AERAI), told a gathering of airport-industry professionals and policymakers.


3.All Hands on Deck!

Significant opportunities exist for vendors of port construction and operations equipment. Cargo traffic at Indian ports stood at 934 mt last year. That the capacity at these ports is required to grow to 2,000 mt


4.Essar Group inks pact with Paradip Port Trust

Paradip Port Trust signed a concession agreement at an estimated cost of Rs 408.80 crore with Essar Paradip Terminals Ltd for construction of a deep draught coal berth in the port on a BOT basis.


5.Ahmedabad to get another international airport

The Aviation Ministry has approved a greenfield airport project between Ahmedabad and Dholera.


6.Assocham to attract investments in Gwalior

Assocham is charting out a plan to attract an investment of Rs 75,000 crore in the Gwalior district.


7.Paradeep Port scales 50 mn tonne cargo handling

Paradeep Port has scaled 50 mn tonne of cargo handling, resulting in a drop in exports and imports.


8.Chennai Port in talks with PSA-Sical

The Chennai Port Trust (ChPT) is contemplating the idea of letting out the second container terminal, which is run by PSA-Sical, to handle cargo.


9.PPPAC approves four port projects

The Public Private Partnership Appraisal Committee (PPPAC) has approved four port expansion projects involving an estimated investment of Rs 4,120.29 crore in three states.


10.Karaikal Port handles 0.5 mn tonne cargo

The Karaikal Port, which is emerging as a bulk and break-bulk cargo terminal, handled over 0.5 mn tonne of various types of cargo in the past nine months.