The Multi-modal Logistics Park in Chennai will be awarded in August

The Multi-modal Logistics Park in Chennai will be awarded in August

The tender for the proposed Multi-Modal Logistics Park (MMLP) in Chennai is expected to close on August 10. The proposals will be evaluated shortly and the first MMLP under the Bharatmala program will be issued later this month. “After the project award, the private sector will invest around ₹782.58 crore for the Chennai MMLP. The bids for the Nagpur and Bengaluru MMLPs are also expected to close soon,” Prakash Gaur, CEO, National Highways Logistics Management Ltd (NHLML), ET- said to Gaur said bids for MMLP in Bengaluru will be closed…

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Japanese airlines: Japan Airlines increases flight frequency between Bengaluru and Tokyo

Japanese airlines: Japan Airlines increases flight frequency between Bengaluru and Tokyo

Japan Airlines (JAL) on Saturday said it has increased the frequency of flights between Bengaluru and Tokyo from twice a week to thrice. JAL currently operates the only non-stop air service connecting the two cities. This additional flight is another convenient option for travelers to or from Japan and passengers traveling to and from the United States and Canada, the statement said. The airline’s latest flight schedule has three round-trip flights per week, JAL said, working on the original plan of one daily flight. To mark the progress of the…

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India: Amit Shah urges India Inc to support startups

India: Amit Shah urges India Inc to support startups

Union home and cooperation minister Amit Shah on Thursday urged Indian industry to fully support start-ups in terms of industry-to-industry connectivity. Startups have come a long way since 2014 when there was only one unicorn in the country – a billion dollar startup. “Today, with more than 100 unicorn startups, the youth of India are representing the country on the global stage,” Shah said at the third edition of the Sankalp Se Siddhi conference in Bangalore, jointly organized by the Ministry of Culture and the Confederation of India. industry. According…

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monkeypox: Suspected monkeypox in Karnataka turns out to be chicken pox

A suspected case of monkeypox was confirmed in Bangalore on Sunday, a day after a 35-year-old man from Kerala’s Kollam, Kerala’s first case of monkeypox, was discharged from the Government Medical College in Thiruvananthapuram after recovering. There are now about five cases of monkeypox in India. Karnataka health minister K Sudhakar tweeted on Sunday: “A middle-aged Ethiopian national who arrived in Bangalore earlier this month was tested for monkeypox after suspecting symptoms of monkeypox. His report has now confirmed it is a disease. Chickenpox, chickenpox.” Chhavi Gupta, consultant infectious diseases…

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