results for "Chennai Traffic"

  • Terminal Containers

    the operations research literature. In the 1970s the Madras Port Trust started handling containers in the inner harbour and, as container...

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  • Safety Life and Safety Rules

    Chennai Monorail is a rail-based transit system for the Indian city ofChennai. It is proposed in the Long-term Urban Transportation Scheme of...

    956 Words | 3 Pages

  • Chennai Metro Rail The Future of Our

    Chennai Metro Rail – The Future of our mass transport Introduction Cities are a matrix of functions and activity and at the helm of this...

    2969 Words | 9 Pages

  • Chennai Port Development

    East India Company chose this place as the centre of their commercial activities in the South. Thus was laid the foundations of the modern city of...

    5989 Words | 24 Pages

  • Traffic Policy

    Dated: 13/4/2007 Read: (1) G.O.(Ms).No. 259, Highways Department dated: 11/12/2006. (2) From the Project Director, Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project,...

    1675 Words | 8 Pages

  • noise pollution

    cities of India character¬ized with high traffic density and .industrial activi¬ties. However, the level of pollution varies in ac¬cordance...

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  • Impact of Dematerialisation on Mutual Funds

    INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Chennai port is s Situated in the Coromandel Coast in South-East India, the port of Chennai has...

    9231 Words | 32 Pages

  • Indian Railways

    Varanasi, Izatnagar | 5 | Northeast Frontier Railway (Guwahati) | Katihar, Lumding,Tinsukhia, Alipurduar, Rangiya | 6 | Southern Railway...

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  • Transport in India

    in the east to Peshawar in the west across the Indo-Gangetic Plains. IMPORTANCE OF ROADS * Roads are suitable for short distance travels and...

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  • My Chennai

    MY CHENNAI History: The region around Chennai has served as an important administrative, military, and economic centre for many...

    2431 Words | 6 Pages

  • Transport in India

    in the metro cities of India. The Delhi government has decided to construct separate bicycle lanes on all major roads to combat pollution and ease...

    6774 Words | 18 Pages

  • Work Life Balance

    ABSTRACT The study relate to the level of work-life balance of employees in Traffic Department at...

    10383 Words | 62 Pages

  • Pvr Case Study

    A STUDY ON THE CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR OF PVR CINEMAS,CHENNAI ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This project was a tremendous opportunity to observe and...

    2908 Words | 10 Pages

  • Mall

    simply mall), while shopping center usually refers to open-air retail complexes; both types of facilities usually have large parking lots, face major...

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  • Survey

    are of plywood hoardings and there could see only a few digital advertisements. The main textiles brand which is been advertised in this area are...

    975 Words | 5 Pages

  • Tiger

    Airways looking for Indian partner Chennai, Mar 6:   Tiger Airways, a low-cost carrier, has approached the governments of Singapore and...

    1144 Words | 3 Pages

  • Containerization – Role in Enhancing International Trade Competitiveness.

    along its 7517 km coastline. Cargo traffic handled by Indian ports in 2006-07 was 649 mt, of which 80 mt (6.0 mTEUs) was the container...

    6642 Words | 22 Pages

  • Research Report

    Strategically located CFSs gives edge GDL is one of the largest CFS operators in India. It currently operates 4 CFS (two at Navi Mumbai and one each at...

    4454 Words | 55 Pages

  • Current Technology

    No 10/3, 4th Street, Raghavan Colony 12th Ave, Ashok Nagar...

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  • History of Indian Airlines

    aircraft in 2000. Indian Airlines has traditionally based its network around the four main hubs of Delhi, Mumbai (formerly Bombay), Calcutta, and...

    1647 Words | 5 Pages

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