Vietnam had suspended international commercial flights from April 1 amid the virus outbreak, causing local carriers estimated losses of at least $4 billion this year. The government gradually allowed the resumption of some international commercial flights in the summer and fall, though travellers arriving in the country faced a mandatory quarantine. … [Read more...] about Covid-19: Vietnam once again suspends international commercial flights
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Top five destinations during post-covid continue to be Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru and Mumbai. The city offers direct connections to Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala and even the North East. Top three airlines also have no major change — IndiGo, SpiceJet and Air India. An onsite coronavirus testing laboratory run by Mapmygenome, an ICMR and NABL certified lab, is functional round the clock at the immigration level or Interim International Departures Terminal for passengers and airport personnel benefit. … [Read more...] about RGIA sees rising passenger footfalls post-lockdown
People think a fatality ratio of 2 per cent is a small number, but that means we are seeing 70 to 90 extra deaths in Pune district each day over the last two months. That's around 30 per cent more than usual, an unacceptable number. We have to turn this around. … [Read more...] about Control Covid for economy to recover!
gas infrastructure as the government pushes for greater use of the cleaner fuel with a view to cutting down carbon emissions, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Wednesday.The government is targeting raising the share of natural gas in its energy basket to 15 per cent by 2030 from the current 6.3 per cent.This will entail gas consumption rising manifolds from current 160-170 million standard cubic meters per day.To cater to this, liquefied natural gas (LNG) import capacity is being raised, new pipelines laid to transport the fuel, and city gas infrastructure expanded to take the fuel to users, he said at KPMG India's annual energy conclave ENRich 2020 here."An estimated investment of USD 66 billion is lined up in developing gas infrastructure, which includes pipelines, city gas distribution, and LNG regasification terminals," he said adding 14,700-km gas pipelines are being added to the existing network of 16,800-km to form a national gas grid.He, however, did not give breakup or … [Read more...] about India to see $66 billion investment in gas infrastructure