Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Rajesh Valel Puthuvalil & Others Vs Inland Waterways Authority of India & Others dated 15/07/2014 regarding land acquired at the instance of Inland Waterways Authority of India for the purpose of widening the narrow stretches of National Waterways no.3 at Alappad Village at Karunagappally Taluk of Kollam District.

The Department of Transport, Govt. of Manipur has published a Draft Transport Policy. This covers the transport related issues, road safety measures, transport network along with: roads, waterways, air connectivity, transport infrastructure (both urban & rural).

UNCTAD's Review of Maritime Transport has provided 44 years of uninterrupted coverage of the key developments affecting international seaborne trade, shipping, the world fleet, ports, freight markets, and transport-related regulatory and legal frameworks. The Review also covers inland transport and intermodal connections.

- Karimganj-bound cargo ships from both countries set to sail from Calcutta this week.

It is for the first time that while formulating National Transport Policy, a separate attention has been paid to the transport needs of the North Eastern Region. The Working Group decided to look at the situation under three categories: Intra-Regional Need; Inter-Regional Need; and Trans Border Movement.

GUWAHATI: The Assam Government has announced a special scheme of Rs 10 crore for the development of inland water service and road communication in Dhubri district which recently witnessed one of the worst ferry mishaps in the State.

State Forest Minister Rockybul Hussain, while addressing a press conference here on Sunday, said that Rs 10 crore scheme was part of the Chief Minister’s special programme. “Under the special scheme, ferry services, road communication, ghats and a dispensary in Dhubri district will be developed,” he said.

MUMBAI: While work to invite bids for the creation of infrastructure for the Nariman Point-Borivli water transport project has been initiated, it is yet to procure a vital permission from the minis

New Delhi: For the first time since the Teesta water treaty between India and Bangladesh fell through, both countries are moving ahead again.

Silchar Dec.

The 2011 Review of Maritime Transport, published by the UNCTAD highlights challenges of adapting maritime transport to the impacts of climate change, primarily sea-level rise, and provides an update on the development of measures to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from maritime transport.

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