• Apr
    30

    The government has accorded top priority to development of river channels for freight movement to reduce logistics cost and make it competitive.

  • By Vishwapati Trivedi, chairman, National Shipping Board

    Till date the share of inland waterways in the total modal mix of transportation is less than 2 per cent. The main reason for this minuscule portion is

  • By Rajiv Sinha, professor and head, department of earth sciences, IIT Kanpur

    Rivers, particularly large river systems, constitute one of the most fundamental life support systems that have sustained civilisations; and are projected to be a critical determinant for the future sustenance

  • By Jaideep Ghosh, partner & head, transport & logistics, KPMG in India

    India has nearly 14 500 km of navigable inland waterways. Of this 5 200 km (36 per cent) of major rivers and 485 km (3 per cent) of

  • By Rajorshi Roy, head, transportation and logistics, Centrum Infrastructure Advisory

    As the Indian economy looks to revive through various government initiatives and regulatory changes, it is imperative that the logistics sector evolves into a more dynamic service industry. The

  • Apr
    29

    Mondelez International is a leading global snacks company with revenues of around $30 billion. It is a world leader in biscuits, chocolates, gum, candy and powdered beverages.

  • Apr
    28

    There are a lot of benefits that seem to be available when one looks at mutual funds but this does not mean that they are right for you. Every

  • Apr
    26
    By Ashish Mehrotra

    As health expenses increase you may find that your base health insurance is no longer sufficient for your needs. A serious illness or an accident can require long-term

  • Apr
    25
    By Ravi Jain

    Every year the government notifies the tax return forms applicable for the current assessment year. This year the tax return forms have been notified well in time just before

  • Apr
    24

    The launch of the unified payment interface (UPI) in the country is going to witness a change in the manner in which Indians handle their payments. The ability to