It is against a challenging backdrop that the Â´Make in IndiaÂ´ campaign promises much. To be sure, the countryÂ´s manufacturing sector is at a critical point. And itÂ´s been stuck there for sometime now.
Surat's gain is Mumbai's loss. Diamantaires in the Rs 80,000-crore world's biggest diamond cutting and polishing centre would no longer require to send their precious diamonds for export to Mumbai. Surat airport is all set to be equipped with a strongroom to handle precious cargo by July-end. Airport Authority of India (AAI) has given its approval to the proposal.
In Surat, the Airport Authority of India (AAI) plans to set up a strong room facility for valuable cargo like diamonds, gems and jewellery and gold at the city's airport. The diamantaires have been demanding international air connectivity and cargo handling facilities at Surat airport for the past few years.