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Sri Lankan Navy Assists Indian Salvage Team

first_img May 3, 2012 View post tag: Naval View post tag: team View post tag: Salvage View post tag: Assists View post tag: Indian Sri Lankan Navy Assists Indian Salvage Team View post tag: Navycenter_img View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Lankan Sri Lanka Navy assisted an Indian salvage team for the salvage of Indian fishing trawler bearing the Registration Number TN/06/MFB/714 in the seas off Delft in Northern Sri Lanka. The assistance was rendered on humanitarian grounds in response to a request made by the Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka.The Indian salvage team consisting of 04 boats and 10 crew members escorted by Indian Coast Guard Ship Rajshree was received by Sri Lanka Naval Vessel Ranawickrama on 28thApril 2012. Thereafter, the Indian salvage team was guided to the salvage location for the commencement of the salvage operation under SLN supervision. Facilitation was also provided for their return journey along with the salvaged trawler upon completion of the task on 02nd May 2012.The prompt assistance rendered by SLN for the Indian Salvage Operation reflects the cordial relations that exist between the two countries. Sri Lanka Navy conducts Search and Rescue Operations (SARs) on humanitarian grounds for the rescue of fishermen whenever they are in distress.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, May 03, 2012; Image: navy Back to overview,Home naval-today Sri Lankan Navy Assists Indian Salvage Team View post tag: Sri Share this articlelast_img read more

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News story: The UK Government delivers for Scottish businesses

first_img Marc Crothall CEO – Scottish Tourism Alliance Prof Susan Deacon – Assistant Principal External Relations, University of Edinburgh and Chair, IoD Scotland Jayne-Anne Gadhia – Chief Executive, Virgin Money Jo Macsween – Vistage Group Chair and ex MD Macsween of Edinburgh Prof. Graeme Roy – Director, Fraser of Allander, University of Strathclyde Louise Smith – HMT Fintech envoy Scotland and Head of Design, Personal and Business Banking RBS Douglas Smith – Chairman – Scotland, CBRE Neil Sims – VP, Expro – North Sea Chris Van der Kuyl – Chairman, 4J Studios Ellis Watson – Executive Chairman DC Thomson Media Will Whitehorn – Chair, Scottish Exhibition Centre and Clyde Space Brian Wilson – Chair, Harris Tweed Hebrides The Scottish Business Taskforce of economic and business leaders came together today, Friday 27 April, to discuss ways to support some of Scotland’s most important sectors.The taskforce, announced by Scottish Secretary David Mundell last year, aims to exert a positive influence on the development of UK Government policy and in turn, advance Scotland’s interests.Today the panel, chaired by former UK Government Minister Andrew Dunlop, met in Edinburgh and discussed ways to unlock the provision of long term finance to grow innovative firms. The participants provided expert insight on how the British Business Bank might work in Scotland to maximise its economic impact.Also on the agenda was a discussion of priorities for the UK Government’s export strategy and opportunities for women in leadership positions, including a proposal to establish a National Women’s Business Centre of Excellence in Scotland.Taskforce chairman, Andrew Dunlop, said: “We know that Scotland’s economic performance lags behind the rest of UK, and we need to close that gap. These meetings are crucial for gathering expert advice and guidance as to how best to improve Scottish productivity, performance and promote strong economic growth.“As we prepare the leave the EU, the conversations on helping innovative firms grow, boosting trade and promoting women in leadership positions are timely and valuable. The UK Government is working hard to release Scotland’s full potential through the ambitious Industrial Strategy and the insight of the taskforce will help to ensure policymakers deliver for Scottish businesses.”The next meeting of the taskforce will take place in July 2018.The taskforce comprises:last_img read more

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