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'The gun cannot solve the Kashmir issue'

'The separatists are representatives of Pakistan.''They get paid from Islamabad for propagating that country's policy and conniving in her ploy of accession of Kashmir to Pakistan.' On January 30,......

Memories of Bhopal 1984: 'Sadness. Dismay. Guilt. Shame'

'Children were most vulnerable to the gas exposure'  'Either the child's family does not want to be identified. Or they are dead'  'They don’t know what to do with all the chemicals......

Controversial full-body scanners at major airports to go

The United States is replacing full-body scanners deployed at some major airports that have been criticised for triggering potential health risks and privacy violations with a new type of machine......

TEXT: PM Manmohan Singh's historic speech in Maldives Parliament

Following is the text of the address by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the People`s Majlis (parliament) in Maldives:"I wish to thank you, Mr. Speaker, and Members of the People`s Majlis for......

Sombre mood marks 9/11 anniversary in NY

Nine years have not taken away the pain. The relations of those died at the World Trade Center came to the place where their beloved departed with tears and sobs, flowers and photos. Zuccotti Park......

'Capping cancellation fees will lead to fare hike'

Carriers' input costs are rising due to weak rupee and rising crude oil price. In a passenger-friendly move, the civil aviation ministry has proposed a cap on cancellation fees but airlines are not......

How Delhi's IGI airport is gaining from public-private partnership

Project hits air pockets but traffic, operational numbers show a turnaround Public-private partnership projects can take a leaf out of the Delhi airport. The airport run by Delhi International......

Air India to fly Dreamliner on domestic routes

Air India would slowly phase out the A320s operating in West Asia and deploy it on the regional routes to add capacity. Air India plans to get back its lost status as the king of domestic skies and......

All in the name of the brand

  Laws are ambiguous over ownership and exclusivity of brand namesIn August this year Interglobe Aviation, the parent company of airline brand IndiGo, mentioned in its draft red herring......

Why AirAsia needs a new flight plan

The airline company's losses touched Rs 21 crore (Rs 210 million) -- going by newspaper reports -- for the October-December quarter, notes Anjuli Bhargava Before it started operations in India,......

Now, Sivaji can fly with you!

It will be a mid-air treat for fans of Tamil superstar Rajnikanth as Singapore Airlines has obtained exclusive rights for the in-flight screening of his blockbuster, Sivaji:The Boss."This is the......

Winter Games begin, Putin keen to prove doubters wrong

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends the opening ceremony of the Sochi Winter Olympics on Friday determined to prove his doubters wrong after militant attacks, a row over gay rights and......
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UDAN To Take-Off Next Month; 43 New Airports & 190 New Routes Finalized

Govt. of India’s ambitious aviation scheme: UDAN ( Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik ) will finally take-off starting next month. As per reports emerging,... ...

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Air India, it's not right for you to ground overweight cabin crew; you have bigger issues at hand

Air India is notorious for throwing out its cabin crew for being overweight This is a world that is anchored in superficiality. Of course, physical... ...

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The rise and fall of managing agencies in India | BOOK REVIEW

Omkar Goswami's book Goras and Desis, traces the fascinating history of managing agencies in India LIC was in the dock in the 1950s for buying... ...

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Search For Malaysian Flight 370 Finally Called Off With Mystery Unsolved

BEIJING: The search for Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 was finally called off Tuesday after nearly three years spent combing the desolate Indian... ...

http://www.ndtv.com/world-news/search-for-malaysia-airlines-flight-370-finally-called-off-with-mystery-unsolved-1649793
Gilat and Air Esurfing Announce a Strategic Collaboration to Provide In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) for China's Domestic Airline Market

GlobeNewswire 2017-01-17 The strategic partnership opens the door for use of China's Ka band HTS capacity for domestic as well as international... ...

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