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Egis India, part of global consulting, construction engineering and operating firm, is set to expand its footprint to emerging sectors such as tourism, sports and healthcare, marking a strategic shift beyond its established smart city solutions. Sandeep Gulati, MD, Egis South Asia, said the company will continue to consolidate its leadership position in rail, water […]Continue Reading
Hotels & Resorts Top Stories
At the 19th Annual Convocation of KIIT, Deemed to be University, the Governor of Odisha, Ganeshi Lal conferred the Degree of Doctor of Letters (Honoris Causa) on J K Mohanty, CMD, Swosti Group & Chairman of the Hotel & Restaurant Association of Odisha in recognition of his outstanding contributions towards growth of tourism industry in […]Continue Reading
Ministry Top Stories
Bandhan Bank and Odisha Tourism Development Corporation has partnered for the former to provide Point of Sale (PoS) machines to facilitate card payments by tourists. Prime locations, including Puri, Bhubaneshwar, Konark, Chilka and Gopalpur, will be covered under this tie-up. The PoS machines will ease tourist payment collections. The machine will help tourists pay through Continue Reading
Aviation Top Stories
The Director General Civil Aviation Monday (DGCA) has said it has issued the license for Utkela airport in Odisha’s Kalahandi district to start flight operations. Utkela airport, 15 km from the district headquarters of Bhawanipatna, is among the airstrips that have been listed under the regional connectivity scheme UDAN. This license from Civil Aviation has […]Continue Reading
Domestic Top Stories
The Indian Railways is undertaking modernisation of 57 railway stations in Odisha under the Amrit Bharat station scheme. Under this scheme, the selected railway stations under the East Coast Railway (ECoR) zone will be developed with improved amenities for passengers. The East Coast Railway in a release on Tuesday shared the list of railway stations […]Continue Reading
Ministry Top Stories
The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has asked airlines to take action in case of an abnormal surge in airfares to and from Bhubaneswar in view of the three-train crash in Odisha’s Balasore on Friday evening. MoCA also advised airlines not to levy penal charges for cancellation and rescheduling of air tickets. “In view of […]Continue Reading
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