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Flood fury continues in Assam; relief & rescue operations underway

Over 26 lakh people are affected in the current wave of flood in 103 revenue circles in  28 districts of Assam. The worst hit districts are Dhemaji, Dhubri and Morigaon. The state Government has set up over 300 relief camps and more than 16,000 inmates are taking shelter in the camps.  Over 87,000 hectares of cropped area have been affected ... Read More »

Goa Carbon resumes operations at Bilaspur Unit

Goa Carbon has resumed operations at its Bilaspur Unit located at Sirgitti Industrial Area, Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh). After preliminary heat up, feeding of raw material will commence and normal production will resume shortly. Goa Carbon is into the business of manufacturing and marketing Calcined Petroleum Coke. Goa Carbon is firmly established as a leading Indian petcoke calciner. It is a regular ... Read More »

NMDCresumes mining operations in Chhattisgarh

NMDC has resumed mining operations at both Bailadila Mining Complexes ie Kirandul and Bacheli a week after they were affected by tribal unrest. The miner suspended production at Bailadilla Complex consisting of Bacheli and Kirandul mining blocks in Chhattisgarh following the agitation by tribal groups against the iron ore mining on hills in the deposit no.13. NMDC is a state-controlled ... Read More »

Gujarat Pipavav Port suspends entire Port Operations at Pipavav Port

Gujarat Pipavav Port has suspended entire Port Operations at Pipavav Port, based on the directions of the District Administration as well as Gujarat Maritime Board (the port regulatory authority). The suspension of port operations is being done in view of an advisory of India Metrological Department about a severe Cyclonic Storm which is likely to cross the Gujarat Coast between ... Read More »

Uttar Pradesh Thunderstorm: Relief operations stepped up

While major parts of the country are reeling under severe heat wave coupled with humidity Uttar Pradesh suffered widespread damage due to a sudden dust storm on Thursday. At least 26 persons were killed and 57 were injured due to the storm and lightning. Mainpuri was the first affected. The state govt has announced ex-gratia of 4 lakh rupees even ... Read More »

Goa Carbon resumes operations at Goa Unit

Goa Carbon has resumed operations its Goa Plant from May 25, 2018. The company’s plant is located at St. Jose de Areal, Salcete in state of Goa. Goa Carbon is into the business of manufacturing and marketing Calcined Petroleum Coke. Goa Carbon is firmly established as a leading Indian petcoke calciner. It is a regular supplier to aluminium smelters, graphite ... Read More »

British Airways to resume operations with three weekly flights from June 2

Rawalpindi, May 24 (Udaipur Kiran): After almost eleven years of suspension, British Airways is going to start its three-per-week direct service from London to Islamabad on June 2, with a three flights per week service on the Boeing 787 Dreamline aircraft. According to British Airways , the airline is starting a three flights per week service to London Heathrow. The ... Read More »

Kothari Sugars closes crushing operations at Kattur Sugar Unit

Kothari Sugars & Chemicals has closed its crushing operations at Kattur Sugar Unit on May 06, 2019 for the sugar season 2018-2019. Earlier, the company had commenced the Sugarcane crushing operations for the season 2018-2019 at its Kattur Sugar unit on December 10, 2018. Kothari Sugars & Chemicals, the flagship company of HC Kothari Group, was established in the year ... Read More »

SBI restores operations in most branches in 3 districts of Odisha

State Bank of India (SBI) has restored operations in most of its branches in the districts of Balasore, Bhadrak and Keonjhor in Odisha on May 5, 2019 in the aftermath of Cyclone Fani. The Bank and its employees are working on the forefront to streamline the functioning of its network of branches in the state to ensure customer convenience. All ... Read More »

Sri Lanka : Security forces carries out search operations in all schools

Police spokesman Ruwan Gunasekera said security arrangements are being made at every school and the public has been asked not to park cars close to schools. He said designated parking areas would be provided for vehicles transporting children. The spokesman said security forces across the country had recovered small quantities of explosives, guns, swords, daggers and knives. He said they ... Read More »

ONGC restores operations in Bay of Bengal after cyclone Fani makes landfall

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has restored operations at its fields in the Bay of Bengal after a category-4 cyclone made landfall without causing any disruption to its offshore installations. As a precaution the company had halted operations, evacuated some 500 employees and towed rigs to safer waters ahead of the cyclone. Fani or the ‘Hood of Snake’, labelled ... Read More »

Sri Lanka: Security forces continue operations against fundamentalist groups

Sri Lanka Prime Minister Ranil Wickremasinghe said that Sri Lanka will bring the perpetrators of the terrorist attacks to justice. In an exclusive interview to DD News, the Sri Lanka PM said that India has helped a lot in combating Jihadi terrorism. He further said that India had given information about the potential attack, but Sri Lanka did not react ... Read More »

Air India operations restore after technical glitch

Due to issues with its SITA servers, people were unable to check-in at airports causing disruptions in operations from 3.30 am until operations were restored at around 9 am. Flights are likely to be delayed. Several Twitter users took to social media to complain of delayed flights and chaos at airports, including Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi and Chhatrapati ... Read More »

Air India operations restored after technical glitch

Due to issues with its SITA servers, people were unable to check-in at airports causing disruptions in operations from 3.30 am until operations were restored at around 9 am. Flights are likely to be delayed. Several Air India flights were delayed at the IGI airport today due to a problem in the airline’s server.  The server was down since 3 ... Read More »

UN votes to end peacekeeping operations in Haiti on Oct. 15

UN military peacekeepers had already left the country on Oct. 15, 2017, but a stabilization group stayed behind to train national police, help the government strengthen judicial and legal institutions and monitor human rights. The resolution approved Friday gives a final six-month period for such operations and asks Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to plan a political mission. Haiti’s leaders had asked ... Read More »

Jet Airways cancels international operations for today

Jet Airways flights to London, Amsterdam and Paris from Mumbai, New Delhi and Bengaluru scheduled for April 12 were cancelled for operational reasons. The airline will not operate on the Bengaluru- Amsterdam-Bengaluru route on April 13 as well. Earlier in the day, the airline announced grounding of 10 more planes due to non-payment of rentals to the lessors. Following this, ... Read More »

Graphite India to shut down operations at Bengaluru plant

Graphite India has decided to permanently close operations in the Bengaluru plant. The company has taken steps to debottle capacity in its other plants. Barring unforeseen circumstances, the company does not expect any material impact on its production capacity. Graphite India is the pioneer in India for manufacture of Graphite Electrodes as well as Carbon and Graphite Speciality products. WhatsApp ... Read More »

Jet Airways cancels operations at Abu Dhabi Airport

Mumbai : Jet Airways has cancelled all its flights from Abu Dhabi with immediate effect from March 18, 2019 due to operational reasons. The company has proactively taken some adjustments to its flight schedule on account of non-availability of some aircraft in its fleet in the foreseeable future. Jet Airways is India’s premier international airline, which operates flights to India ... Read More »

INOX Leisure commences operations of four additional screens in Mumbai

INOX Leisure has commenced the commercial operations of four additional screens (with seating capacity of 168 seats) in the existing Multiplex Cinema Theatre, taken on leave and license basis, and located at INOX Leisure, Inorbit Mall, Link Road, Malad (West), Mumbai with effect from March 17, 2019. With addition of four more screens, the said Multiplex Cinema Theatre has 11 ... Read More »

Karnataka Bank inks agreement with Karvy DigiKonnect for Contact Centre operations

Karnataka Bank has entered into an agreement with Karvy DigiKonnect for total Management of Contact Centre operations. The operation will be an effective interface between the Bank and millions of its customers. The multi-channel and multilingual Contact Centre provides robust and will cost-effective support for both Inbound and outbound bank’s communication with customers and maximizes their satisfaction with our services. ... Read More »

Rapido Bike Launches Operations in Udaipur

Udaipur : Bengaluru-based organization Rapido Bike has launched its operations in Udaipur. This company offers a novel take on an age-old concept of transportation by replacing the conventional four-wheeler taxis with bikes. Rapido’s services have been widely received in South India, and the company is looking to expand its reach across the country gradually. The main aim of Rapido is ... Read More »

Meghalaya miners: SC to hear tomorrow plea on speeding rescue operations

The multi-agency operation to rescue the miners trapped in a flooded quarry in Meghalaya’s East Jaintia Hills district was hindered after the high-powered pumps encountered technical snags on Tuesday. Fifteen miners are trapped inside a 370-foot-deep illegal coal mine in Meghalaya’s East Jaintia Hills district since December 13 after water from a nearby river gushed in, puncturing the mine wall. ... Read More »

Technical snag in pumps hinder rescue operations in Meghalaya mine

Fifteen miners are trapped inside a 370-foot-deep illegal coal mine in Meghalaya’s East Jaintia Hills district since December 13 after water from a nearby river gushed in, puncturing the mine wall. On the 20th day of the operation, Indian Navy personnel resumed with their diving using unmanned remotely operated vehicles with assistance of the NRDF in the main shaft. Work ... Read More »