Economic activity in Q2 FY22 was supported by a pick-up in industrial and service sector volumes after the second wave of Covid-19 subsided and rising vaccine coverage revived confidence.
According to data released by the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA), this number is now inching towards the pre-Covid level of 4 lakh.
The growth in domestic passenger traffic, on a sequential basis, was nearly 24-25 per cent higher compared to 71 lakh, as per ICRA.
Upendra Maharathi Shilp Anusandhan Sansthan put up exhibition of Bihar’s traditional arts and cultural artefacts at the fair which concluded on Sunday.
The all-India electricity demand during the period from April 2021 to September 2021 has increased by 12.
Mira Devi, who was like any other woman in her village, has now become a master trainer in bamboo handicraft and training several others in the art-making them self-reliant
Minister for Industries, Handlooms and Textiles Mekapati Goutham Reddy on Wednesday hinted that a brand ambassador may be appointed for promotion of Lepakshi handicrafts and APCO clothes.
Two National Highway passing through Odisha to be developed as landing strips for military aircrafts
Once developed, the strips will not solely be used for emergency landings. Once they are used for landing of aircraft, the service road will be used for smooth flow of road traffic.
For August 2021, the average daily departures were at 1,900, significantly higher than the average daily departures of 900 in August 2020, and higher than 1,500 in July 2021.
The ratings agency said that despite the continued recovery in the previous month, there is continued stress on demand, driven largely by the second wave of the pandemic, limiting travel to only neces
The support can be by way of deferment of spectrum dues, cut in levies, reduction in interest rates, and a combination of relief measures could aid financial profile and the structure of the industry.
There was a fall in demand by 19% from the previous quarter due to the second wave, according to the rating agency.
The government in response to a question in the parliament last month had said, airlines in India (excluding SpiceJet) suffered cumulative losses of Rs 15,086.3 crore in FY21.
According to ICRA, in the near term, the balance sheets of Indian carriers will remain stressed until they are able to reduce their debt burden.
Traditional bamboo artisans in Odisha are currently involved in weaving mats or preparing baskets from bamboo which mostly caters to the rural market.