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Healthy growth in flights to India

There is an overall 50% increase in flight capacity and frequency to India effective Thursday.

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Four killed, nine missing after boat sinks off of Indonesia

An explosion sparked a fire that sank a crowded passenger boat in Indonesia on Monday, killing four people and leaving nine others missing, police said.

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APEC countries meet on ways to secure trade from terrorists

Security and trade experts from the 21 members of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation forum met Monday to discuss ways to increase security and reduce the negative economic effects of terrorism.

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58 believed still missing after boat sinks off Indonesia

Rescuers on Tuesday were searching for up to 58 people after an explosion sparked a fire that sank a crowded passenger boat in Indonesia, killing at least eight people, a maritime police official said.


KL to host meeting of Box Club

Come September, Kuala Lumpur will play host to a meeting of the prestigious Council of International Containership Owners, better known as the Box Club, an organisation handling 90% of the container business around the world.

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Salvage crews try to free ships after collision

B>SINGAPORE:/BSalvage crews are trying to separate two merchant ships stuck together since they collided in the South China Sea eight days ago, Singapore's Maritime and Ports Authority said Thursday.


‘Reclamation will add to silt problem’

The proposed land reclamation off Gurney Drive and the creation of several islands to subsidise the cost of constructing the RM1.02bil Penang Outer Ring Project (PORR) is expected to worsen the silt problem at the North Channel which is the main shipping lane of Penang Port.


Iraqi ambassador calls on Ling

FRIENDLY EXCHANGE: Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik welcoming Iraqi ambassador Qais Subhi Al Yacoubi at his office in Putrajaya Wednesday.


War, high costs steer ships away from Suez

Shipping lines plying between Asia and Europe are reluctant to pass through the Suez Canal due to the war on Iraq.


Marine police on lookout for intruders

Marine police are on heightened alert for intrusions, particularly by those planning attacks on ships plying Malaysian waters, as the US-led attack on Iraq enters its third day.