Union Minister of Road, Transport and Highways said that the government will set up a separate Transport Department comprising experts from automobile sector, alternative fuel, emission, etc. Â´
Can this be the twist in UPA II's tail and the welcome unknotting of India's wound-up growth story? Just over a month after the Prime Minister's Office constituted a monitoring committee in early June this year to troubleshoot stalled infrastructure projects,
The Union Civil Aviation Ministry is likely to send a note this week to the Cabinet Secretariat, seeking a post-facto approval for the seat-sharing pact between Etihad Airways and Jet Airways where India offered an additional 36,670 seats on flights between the two countries over the next three years. The bilateral agreement was signed on the same day in April when the Jet-Etihad deal was announced.