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Digvijaya Singh ends 10-year exile, enters Rajya Sabha contest

Putting an end to his ten-year self-imposed 'exile' from electoral politics, Congress General Secretary Digvijaya Singh on Tuesday filed his nomination papers for the Rajya Sabha elections from......

We didn't know time, place of Mumbai attack: US

The United States has admitted that two of the three wives of Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist David Headley had multiple conversations with its officials in 2007 and 2008 about his radical connection,......

Why the prime minister MUST visit Kashmir

The current situation in the state of Jammu and Kashmir is a reminder, if such reminders are needed at all, that political initiatives need more than just cleverness to succeed. No one will deny......

AI probe: No-fly list worries Air Canada

Air Canada is worried about its front-line staff who would cross-check passengers with names of suspected terrorists or their supporters on the controversial new no-fly list and handle the......

AI's new chief features in record books, has garden named after him

Air India's new chief Ashwani Lohani is a man of many parts. Here are 10 interesting facts about him. Image: Ashwani Lohani to head Air India.     Leadership is not about creating......

Modi govt has failed to revive Air India

There were many who had reposed faith in the Narendra Modi government for expeditious action but are today beginning to feel disillusioned, notes Jitender Bhargava. Image: Air India giving......

AI to restart talks on joining Star Alliance

Star Alliance on Friday said its member airlines had unanimously decided to resume the process of integration of operations with Air India.Chief executive officer of Star Alliance Mark Schwab,......

How pilots may clip Air India's wings

The issue of mixing pilots from Air India and the erstwhile Indian Airlines (IA) on a flight has been a hot potato for the AI management, on which it will have to soon take a bite, as it prepares......

'Speed money' puts brakes on India's retail growth

India is the next great frontier for global retailers, a $500 billion market growing at 20 per cent a year. Hong-Kong entrepreneur Ramesh Tainwala spent 18 months operating branded clothing retail......

Bouncy pitch awaits SA, Holland in Mohali

With the city receiving showers till Tuesday and the conditions overcast in the past few days, it was a sigh of relief for the local organisers when sun came out on Wednesday morning, ahead of the......

Raina rehearsed, repetitive and restrained

If Suresh Raina appeared rehearsed, repetitive and restrained in his first major interaction with the media since assuming his role as the captain of Team India, he can be forgiven, says Senior......

Pakistan series loss to Australia under investigation

The International Cricket Council's (ICC) anti-corruption unit is examining Pakistan's dismal tour of Australia this year when they were whitewashed in the Test and One-day series. Pakistan......

Shooting stars: A year of accolades for Indian marksmen

Ace shooter and Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra took a sabbatical, while Gagan Narang's twin accolades at the ISSF World Cup, and a remarkable performance by Indians in the Asian Clay......
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Railway officer Ashwani Lohani to be next AI chief

NEW DELHI: MD Ashwani Lohani may be the next chief of Air India. An Indian Railway Service officer of 1980 batch, Lohani's may succeed Rohit... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Railway-officer-Ashwani-Lohani-to-be-next-AI-chief/articleshow/48555018.cms?from=mdr
LeT plans to target AI flights on Kabul-Delhi-Kabul sector, says intelligence input

NEW DELHI: Lashkar-e-Taiba plans to target Air India flights on Kabul-Delhi-Kabul sector as they are used by senior officers of Indian government,... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/LeT-plans-to-target-AI-flights-on-Kabul-Delhi-Kabul-sector-says-intelligence-input/articleshow/48473671.cms
Conversation with Flavia Agnes, Director, Majlis Legal Centre

M s. Flavia Agnes is a lawyer who has worked in the field of women's rights for over two decades. She is a co-founder of Majlis Legal Centre,... ...

http://www.legallyindia.com/Blogs/conversation-with-flavia-agnes-director-majlis-legal-centre
Identifying Naturally Occurring Asbestos Hazards at Worksites

Construction workers in areas with naturally occurring asbestos are not the only people at risk of exposure. Asbestos is the name given to a group... ...

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Strong Chicken and Prepared Foods Results Drive Tyson Record Adjusted Operating Income Up 40% to $568 Million

SPRINGDALE, Ark., Aug. 3, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tyson Foods, Inc. (NYSE:TSN), today reported the following results: (in millions, except per... ...

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