As the city here expands to become a business hub of the region due to growing trade and commerce, leading organisations and intellectuals here have felt that the second national waterway of India

The ambitious passenger water transport project by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) on the western coast of the city got a major fillip.

Mumbai: Senior BJP MLA Devendra Fadnavis has alleged that the government had conspired to hand over nearly 44 acres to Pratibha Industries, a single bidder for the water transport project proposed for Mumbai.

DNA was the first to expose this report last week.

A group of doctors and entrepreneurs from Calcutta has launched a

A large number of people in Guwahati city use the public transport system everyday to get to work etc. This paper aims at studying the characteristics of the existing public transport system in Guwahati city and identifying the problems and issues in the system.

This Report of the Standing Committee on Urban Development (2009-2010) deals with the action taken by the Government on the Recommendations contained in their Thirty Seventh Report

MUMBAI: After two agencies, Maharashtra Maritime Board (MMB) and Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC), failed to start water transport on the eastern and western coasts of the city, the state government is now planning to hand over the development of water transport services to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).

HALDIA, 19 JAN: As the navigability of the Hooghly river near Haldia Dock Complex (HDC) continues to be a matter of concern to the dock authorities, several industrial units, particularly power houses and steel plants in West Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand who were dependent on Haldia for importing coal, have now opted for Paradip to meet their requirements, at least partially.

Asian carp leap out of the water in the River Illinois
Harmful aliens: Asian carp leap out of the water in the River Illinois. A group of states led by Michigan is calling for the emergency closure of two locks leading to Lake Michigan

Inland waterways have played an important role in the Indian transport system since ancient times. However, in the decades after independence, the importance of this mode of transport has declined considerably with the expansion of road and rail transport.