Haldia Port


'Haldia Port' - 11 News Result(s)

  • West Bengal's Haldia Set to Become India's First Green Port: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari

    West Bengal's Haldia Set to Become India's First Green Port: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari

    All-weather port Haldia in West Bengal is set to become the country's first green port soon.

  • Cyclone Phailin: Cargo ship missing in West Bengal, rescue operations launched to locate crew

    Cyclone Phailin: Cargo ship missing in West Bengal, rescue operations launched to locate crew

    A China-bound merchant vessel with 18 crew members which set sail from Haldia port in West Bengal has lost contact with the ground staff following the cyclonic storm Phailin which swept coastal Odisha on Saturday night, the Coast Guard said on Sunday.

  • Letters suggest Trinamool MPs played dirty against rival cargo firm at Haldia

    Letters suggest Trinamool MPs played dirty against rival cargo firm at Haldia

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had said on Tuesday, "Nothing has happened in Haldia." The statement was made a day before Haldia Bulk Terminal (HBT), a private cargo handling company operating in two berths at the Haldia Dock Complex (HDC), announced it was pulling out of the state. As reasons for its exit, HBT cited lack of security f...

  • Haldia Bulk Terminal pulls out of West Bengal: Read letter

    Haldia Bulk Terminals, a private firm handling cargo at the Haldia port in West Bengal, pulled out of the project on Wednesday, alleging that the state was not providing it with a secure environment to work in. Here's HBT's letter to Kolkata Port Trust stating their decision to pull out:

  • Haldia dock manager's letter to police station on gherao of dock offices

    NDTV has accessed a set of documents that point towards a link between HBT's exit and the two MPs' likely involvement. The third letter written by Haldia Dock Complex manager to the Haldia Police station states that workers from Trinamool MP Srinjoy Bose's firm Ripley and Company had gheraoed the dock offices. Here is the full letter:

  • Haldia Port chairman's letter to Home Secretary of West Bengal

    NDTV has accessed a set of documents that point towards a link between HBT's exit and the two MPs' likely involvement. The second letter to Home Secretary of West Bengal on September 19 says workers of private handling agents at Haldia belonging to the Trinamool union had on September 18 gheraoed port offices to protest ships being sent to HBT bert...

  • Trinamool MP threatens Haldia Dock Complex officer: Read letter

    NDTV has accessed a set of documents that point towards a link between HBT's exit and the two MPs' likely involvement. One of them is an email from an officer of Haldia Dock Complex on September 20 claiming that Trinamool MP Mr Adhikari threatened that even if cargo is unloaded from the ship, he will not allow a single truck of cargo to move out of...

  • Trinamool MPs forced exit of rival cargo firm from Haldia? 10-point guide

    Trinamool MPs forced exit of rival cargo firm from Haldia? 10-point guide

    A cargo firm has ended its operations at the Haldia port in West Bengal, blaming law and order problems. Haldia Bulk Terminals (HBT) says its workers were operating in unsafe conditions and that Mamata Banerjee's government did not offer any assistance. On the weekend, HBT says three employees were kidnapped and released after being warned not to r...

  • Letters suggest Trinamool MPs played dirty against rival cargo firm at Haldia

    Letters suggest Trinamool MPs played dirty against rival cargo firm at Haldia

    A private firm pulled out of the Haldia port's cargo handling operations yesterday, saying that the West Bengal government was not providing a secure environment to work in. The firm quit after worker unrest and the 'abduction' of three officials and the family of one, allegedly by political workers. But NDTV now finds that there could be the invol...

  • Haldia port cargo handler quits West Bengal over safety concerns

    Haldia port cargo handler quits West Bengal over safety concerns

    A private firm handling cargo at the Haldia port in West Bengal has pulled out of the project, announcing on Wednesday that state was not providing it with a secure environment to work in. There have been a series of incidents, including an "abduction" of some of its employees that the firm claims are aimed at forcing it to leave the state.

  • Trouble at Haldia port: Cargo handler pulls out, says Bengal not safe

    Trouble at Haldia port: Cargo handler pulls out, says Bengal not safe

    A private firm that was handling cargo at the Haldia port in West Bengal has pulled out of the project, saying that state was not providing it with a secure environment to work in. There have been a series of incidents, including an "abduction" of some of its employees that the firm claims are aimed at forcing it to leave the state.

'Haldia Port' - 4 Video Result(s)

'Haldia Port' - 11 News Result(s)

  • West Bengal's Haldia Set to Become India's First Green Port: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari

    West Bengal's Haldia Set to Become India's First Green Port: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari

    All-weather port Haldia in West Bengal is set to become the country's first green port soon.

  • Cyclone Phailin: Cargo ship missing in West Bengal, rescue operations launched to locate crew

    Cyclone Phailin: Cargo ship missing in West Bengal, rescue operations launched to locate crew

    A China-bound merchant vessel with 18 crew members which set sail from Haldia port in West Bengal has lost contact with the ground staff following the cyclonic storm Phailin which swept coastal Odisha on Saturday night, the Coast Guard said on Sunday.

  • Letters suggest Trinamool MPs played dirty against rival cargo firm at Haldia

    Letters suggest Trinamool MPs played dirty against rival cargo firm at Haldia

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had said on Tuesday, "Nothing has happened in Haldia." The statement was made a day before Haldia Bulk Terminal (HBT), a private cargo handling company operating in two berths at the Haldia Dock Complex (HDC), announced it was pulling out of the state. As reasons for its exit, HBT cited lack of security f...

  • Haldia Bulk Terminal pulls out of West Bengal: Read letter

    Haldia Bulk Terminals, a private firm handling cargo at the Haldia port in West Bengal, pulled out of the project on Wednesday, alleging that the state was not providing it with a secure environment to work in. Here's HBT's letter to Kolkata Port Trust stating their decision to pull out:

  • Haldia dock manager's letter to police station on gherao of dock offices

    NDTV has accessed a set of documents that point towards a link between HBT's exit and the two MPs' likely involvement. The third letter written by Haldia Dock Complex manager to the Haldia Police station states that workers from Trinamool MP Srinjoy Bose's firm Ripley and Company had gheraoed the dock offices. Here is the full letter:

  • Haldia Port chairman's letter to Home Secretary of West Bengal

    NDTV has accessed a set of documents that point towards a link between HBT's exit and the two MPs' likely involvement. The second letter to Home Secretary of West Bengal on September 19 says workers of private handling agents at Haldia belonging to the Trinamool union had on September 18 gheraoed port offices to protest ships being sent to HBT bert...

  • Trinamool MP threatens Haldia Dock Complex officer: Read letter

    NDTV has accessed a set of documents that point towards a link between HBT's exit and the two MPs' likely involvement. One of them is an email from an officer of Haldia Dock Complex on September 20 claiming that Trinamool MP Mr Adhikari threatened that even if cargo is unloaded from the ship, he will not allow a single truck of cargo to move out of...

  • Trinamool MPs forced exit of rival cargo firm from Haldia? 10-point guide

    Trinamool MPs forced exit of rival cargo firm from Haldia? 10-point guide

    A cargo firm has ended its operations at the Haldia port in West Bengal, blaming law and order problems. Haldia Bulk Terminals (HBT) says its workers were operating in unsafe conditions and that Mamata Banerjee's government did not offer any assistance. On the weekend, HBT says three employees were kidnapped and released after being warned not to r...

  • Letters suggest Trinamool MPs played dirty against rival cargo firm at Haldia

    Letters suggest Trinamool MPs played dirty against rival cargo firm at Haldia

    A private firm pulled out of the Haldia port's cargo handling operations yesterday, saying that the West Bengal government was not providing a secure environment to work in. The firm quit after worker unrest and the 'abduction' of three officials and the family of one, allegedly by political workers. But NDTV now finds that there could be the invol...

  • Haldia port cargo handler quits West Bengal over safety concerns

    Haldia port cargo handler quits West Bengal over safety concerns

    A private firm handling cargo at the Haldia port in West Bengal has pulled out of the project, announcing on Wednesday that state was not providing it with a secure environment to work in. There have been a series of incidents, including an "abduction" of some of its employees that the firm claims are aimed at forcing it to leave the state.

  • Trouble at Haldia port: Cargo handler pulls out, says Bengal not safe

    Trouble at Haldia port: Cargo handler pulls out, says Bengal not safe

    A private firm that was handling cargo at the Haldia port in West Bengal has pulled out of the project, saying that state was not providing it with a secure environment to work in. There have been a series of incidents, including an "abduction" of some of its employees that the firm claims are aimed at forcing it to leave the state.

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