IMO launches new rules on electronic information exchange
IMO (International Maritime Organisation) has mandated a new rule for national governments to launch electronic information exchange between ships and ports.The main motive of the rule is to make cross-border trade simpler and to make efficient logistics chain for more than ten billion tonnes of goods traded globally every year. The new Facilitation of International Maritime Traffic (FAL Convention) is set to establish systems for the electronic exchange of information related to maritime transport.
National Maritime Day: April 5
Every year the National Maritime Day is celebrated on April 5 in India. The first National Maritime ...
Florish biodegradable sanitary napkins introduced in Uttarakhand
A biodegradable sanitary napkin has been launched in Haldwani in Uttarakhand. It is a move to improv...
Ripu Daman Bevli named Plogging Ambassador of India
The Fit India Plogging Run which commenced on October 2nd concluded in New Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehr...
International Volunteer Day
The International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development is observed every year on the 5t...
Upper House debates Surrogacy Regulation Bill, 2019
On 19 Nov, while debating on Surrogacy Bill in winter session of Parliament, Health Minister Dr Hars...
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