New Delhi, Mar 17 (PTI) Following are PTIs top/expected stories at 19:10 hrs: STORIES IN THE PIPELINE: *Report of ISL final. *Report of All England Badminton Championship. STORIES ON THE WIRE: SPO-IND-PREVIEW Confident India to start as favourite against gutsy Bangladesh Colombo, Mar 17 (PTI) A bitter, yet intense rivalry is expected to produce a cracker of a contest when a confident India take on a fiery Bangladesh in the final of the Nidahas Twenty20 tri-series, here tomorrow. SPO-SHAKIB I need to remain calm, says Shakib after ill-tempered T20 win Colombo, Mar 17 (PTI) Captain Shakib Al Hasan has vowed to keep his emotions under control after heated altercations and ugly scenes marred Bangladeshs dramatic win over Sri Lanka in a must-win game of the Nidahas Twenty20 Tri-Series here. SPO-IND-WOM-PREVIEW Pride at stake for Indian women in 3rd ODI against Australia Vadodara, Mar 17 (PTI) The series already lost, India women would look to salvage some pride when they take on mighty Australia in the third and final game of the series, a part of the ICC Women ODI Championship, here tomorrow. SPO-ITF-ANKITA Ankita ends singles title drought, wins Gwalior ITF event Gwalior, Mar 17 (PTI) Ankita Raina won her first singles title in more than three years when she fought past second seed Amandine Hesse in straight sets in the final of the USD 25,000 ITF womens event, here today. SPO-SHAKIB-FINE Shakib and Nurul fined by ICC for separate incidents Colombo, Mar 17 (PTI) Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan was today fined 25 per cent of his match fees and handed a demerit point for “remonstrating” umpires decision during their Twenty20 match against Sri Lanka, here on Friday.advertisement SPO-IND-KARTHIK Its perform or perish for comeback specialist DK Colombo, Mar 17 (PTI) Dinesh Karthik is aware that non-performance may result in him going off the radar but the wicket-keeper batsman says he would rather “embrace” the pressure rather than run away from it. SPO-IND- LD ITINERARY Hyderabad or Rajkot may host Indias first ever Day-Night Test New Delhi, Mar 17 (PTI) Either Hyderabad or Rajkot may host Indias maiden day-night Test match when the West Indies will arrive for a tour, later this year. SPO-CWG-BOX-COACHES In unusual move, Indian coaches left out of CWG contingent By Bharat Sharma New Delhi, Mar 17 (PTI) In a departure from convention, Indias chief boxing coaches S R Singh and Shiv Singh have been left out of the contingent for the Commonwealth Games to held in Gold Coast from April 4-15. SPO-BANGLA-COMMENTS India is tough but momentum is on our side, says Shakib Colombo, Mar 17 (PTI) As they gear up for the Twenty20 tri-series title clash against a formidable India, skipper Shakib Al Hasan says Bangladesh have “momentum” after their spectacular win over the hosts. SPO-BAD-IND Prannoys campaign ends in agony at All England Championship Birmingham, Mar 17 (PTI) Star Indian shuttler H S Prannoy produced a gallant fight before going down narrowly to Chinas Huang Yuxiang in the men singles quarterfinals of the USD 1000,000 All England Championship here. PTI AT AT
Image Courtesy: UnithaiThailand-based Unithai Shipyard and Engineering is about to put into operation a new floating dock for large vessels which was christened on May 9.With a length of 984 feet, a width of 170 feet and a lifting capacity of 48,000 tons, the facility is said to be the largest floating dock in Thailand.“This new floating dock will increase Unithai Shipyard’s capacity and capabilities to accommodate Aframax and Post-Panamax vessels of up to 170,000 dwt in dry dock for repairs and maintenance,” Teerapon Udomkanjananan, Unithai Shipyard Managing Director, said.“Together with the existing 50,000-dwt-capacity floating dock, Unithai Shipyard is able to undertake the entire range of ship repair services, up to more than 200,000 dwt,” Udomkanjananan added.Founded in 1976, Unithai Group focuses on shipping, logistics, shipyard and offshore engineering operations.