Centre's approval awaited for ferry service between Karaikal and Jaffna
The New Indian Express Chennai|October 06, 2021
THE proposal to launch ferry services between Karaikal in Puducherry and Jaffna in Sri Lanka is still awaiting clearance from the Ministry of External Affairs, Lt governor Tamilisai Soundararajan said in Puducherry on Tuesday.
Debjani Dutta

Shortly after flagging off Samudra Naukayan, an ocean sailing expedition by NCC cadets from Puducherry to Karaikal, she said shipping services between Karaikal and Jaffna were previously available but discontinued.

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