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Ban on Boeing 737 Max aircraft lifted

Ban on Boeing 737 Max aircraft lifted

Rediff.com26 Aug 2021

India's aviation regulator DGCA on Thursday lifted the ban on Boeing 737 Max planes' commercial flight operations after almost two-and-half years. On March 13, 2019, all Boeing 737 Max planes were grounded in India by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) after the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max plane on March 10 near Addis Ababa which had left 157 people, including four Indians, dead. Aircraft manufacturer Boeing has been modifying the 737 Max plane since March 2019 so that various countries' regulators, including the DGCA, permit its passenger flight operations again.

Abebe Bikila: Emperor of the Marathon

Abebe Bikila: Emperor of the Marathon

Rediff.com21 Jul 2021

Prakash Bhandari salutes the spirit of Abebe Bikila who twice won the Olympic Marathon in record times.

States' borrowing: Market fatigue is getting evident

States' borrowing: Market fatigue is getting evident

Rediff.com2 Oct 2020

The spreads between state development loans and equivalent-maturity government papers have started widening, and market participants don't expect them to contract anytime soon. The rise in spreads is a direct measure of market displeasure than a rise in yields.

1st non-stop Bengaluru-US flight from Oct

1st non-stop Bengaluru-US flight from Oct

Rediff.com14 Feb 2020

The new service by American Airlines will provide connectivity to tech hubs in both the countries.

Mumbai Marathon: Ethiopian Hurisa creates course record

Mumbai Marathon: Ethiopian Hurisa creates course record

Rediff.com19 Jan 2020

Srinu Bugatha, Sudha Singh win Indian Elite category.

2019: The year in photos

2019: The year in photos

Rediff.com2 Jan 2020

We sorted through countless photographs taken around the world to come up with the top photos of 2019. Together these images tell the story of the year -- capturing moments of hope and heartbreak, triumph and tragedy.

All you need to know about Nobel peace prize winner Abiy Ahmed

All you need to know about Nobel peace prize winner Abiy Ahmed

Rediff.com11 Oct 2019

He has served in the military and rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, before becoming the founder and director of the country's Information Network and Security Agency, which is responsible for cyber-security in a country where the government has always exercised tight control over the internet.

India must have a future in Electronics

India must have a future in Electronics

Rediff.com19 Jul 2019

'It is in electronics that the gap between where we are and where we need to be is most obvious and most persistent.' 'It is not only a national security issue, but also a commercial issue,' argues Rajeev Srinivasan.

Sports Shorts: Sindhu, Saina in Asia badminton quarter-finals

Sports Shorts: Sindhu, Saina in Asia badminton quarter-finals

Rediff.com25 Apr 2019

Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Thursday.

Boeing's 737 MAX 8 grounded: All you need to know

Boeing's 737 MAX 8 grounded: All you need to know

Rediff.com14 Mar 2019

If you aren't living under a rock, it would be hard to miss reading or hearing about the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft being grounded by over 50 nations. For those who are in the dark or still confused about the entire episode, here's a simple FAQ on the issue and what's happening around the world.

All 737 Max 8 planes in India grounded; SpiceJet to cancel around 35 flights Thursday

All 737 Max 8 planes in India grounded; SpiceJet to cancel around 35 flights Thursday

Rediff.com13 Mar 2019

SpiceJet has been most affected by the grounding of 737 Max 8 aircraft as it has 12 of them in its fleet.

India grounds Boeing 737 Max 8 planes after Ethiopian Airlines crash

India grounds Boeing 737 Max 8 planes after Ethiopian Airlines crash

Rediff.com13 Mar 2019

About 350 Boeing 737 Max 8 are currently in service with airlines around the world, with thousands more on order. Boeing insists it has no reason to pull the popular aircraft from the skies.

India may ban Boeing 737 Max 8 planes, decision likely on Wednesday

India may ban Boeing 737 Max 8 planes, decision likely on Wednesday

Rediff.com12 Mar 2019

About 350 Boeing 737 Max 8 are currently in service with airlines around the world, with thousands more on order. Boeing insists it has no reason to pull the popular aircraft from the skies.

Sports Shorts: Cueist O'Sullivan blasts new snooker record

Sports Shorts: Cueist O'Sullivan blasts new snooker record

Rediff.com11 Mar 2019

Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Monday

Govt to take call on Boeing 737 MAX planes after talks with DGCA

Govt to take call on Boeing 737 MAX planes after talks with DGCA

Rediff.com11 Mar 2019

With full-service carrier Jet Airways and budget airline SpiceJet operating 737 MAX planes, the DGCA has decided to seek information about the aircraft from Boeing as well as the two domestic carriers in view of the air crash in Ethiopia.

UN consultant among 4 Indians killed in Ethiopia plane crash

UN consultant among 4 Indians killed in Ethiopia plane crash

Rediff.com11 Mar 2019

Shikha Garg was on her way to attend a United Nations Environment Programme meeting.

4 Indians among 157 killed in Ethiopian Airlines flight crash

4 Indians among 157 killed in Ethiopian Airlines flight crash

Rediff.com10 Mar 2019

The Boeing 737 took off from Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa at 8.38 am.

The man who invested $2 bn in India

The man who invested $2 bn in India

Rediff.com2 Jun 2018

'In the end, investing is about people.' 'If you get the right people, they make things happen,' Mengistu Alemayehu tells Shyamal Majumdar.

Top Indian executive of cement company shot dead in Ethiopia

Top Indian executive of cement company shot dead in Ethiopia

Rediff.com17 May 2018

Deep Kamra, the country manager of Dangote Cement -- owned by Nigeria's Dangote Industries Limited -- was attacked on Wednesday in the restive Oromiya region.

'Entrepreneurs not only shape but create the future'

'Entrepreneurs not only shape but create the future'

Rediff.com23 Dec 2017

Five inspiring women who travelled thousands of miles to Hyderabad recently to grow their business and skills share their tales of global entrepreneurship. Vaihayasi Pande Daniel listened in.

Ethiopia's Olympic champion Ayana loves Bollywood movies!

Ethiopia's Olympic champion Ayana loves Bollywood movies!

Rediff.com18 Nov 2017

She can't quite recollect the names of either the films or the actors but Ethiopia's World and Olympic 10,000m champion runner Almaz Ayana says Bollywood movies are her favourite indulgence whenever she gets some time to herself.

Why IndiGo is betting on low fare for long-haul

Why IndiGo is betting on low fare for long-haul

Rediff.com11 Aug 2017

"The return fare on economy class to most European capitals from Mumbai are close to 50,000 plus. If an LCC can offer direct connectivity for a basic fare of 25,000 with additional top ups for meals, baggage and blankets, which further takes the fare to, say, 35,000, it is still a value deal."

Sports Shorts: Four Indian shuttlers in top 20 of BWF Rankings

Sports Shorts: Four Indian shuttlers in top 20 of BWF Rankings

Rediff.com28 Jul 2017

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Friday

India's boycott of OBOR an unusual display of spine

India's boycott of OBOR an unusual display of spine

Rediff.com31 May 2017

The decision to not attend the forum attended by 28 heads of state and 130 national delegations is a clear break from its usual policy of going along with the crowd.

'I won this at the 'last ever' Golden Globes'

'I won this at the 'last ever' Golden Globes'

Rediff.com9 Jan 2017

'Once, when I was standing around on the set one day, whining about something -- you know we were gonna work through supper or the long hours or whatever, Tommy Lee Jones said to me, 'Isn't it such a privilege, Meryl, just to be an actor? Yeah, it is, and we have to remind each other of the privilege and the responsibility of the act of empathy. We should all be very proud of the work Hollywood honours here tonight.'

Yoga enters UNESCO's list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity

Yoga enters UNESCO's list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity

Rediff.com1 Dec 2016

In a diplomatic triumph for India, an intergovernmental committee of the United Nations has inscribed yoga in UNESCO's Representative List as the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

ISL: Delhi have record draws after stalemate against Pune

ISL: Delhi have record draws after stalemate against Pune

Rediff.com27 Oct 2016

Delhi Dynamos dominated the proceedings but yet again played out a draw in a 1-1 result against FC Pune City in a familiar show of their strikers missing chances galore in the Indian Super League football match in New Delhi on Thursday.

ISL: Delhi Dynamos, Mumbai City tied in six-goal thriller

ISL: Delhi Dynamos, Mumbai City tied in six-goal thriller

Rediff.com18 Oct 2016

Delhi Dynamos staged a remarkable comeback to play out a 3-3 draw with Mumbai City FC in a high-scoring encounter of the Indian Super League (ISL), which witnessed end-to-end football throughout in New Delhi on Tuesday. For Mumbai City FC, Hungarian midfielder Krisztian Vadocz found the net twice, in the 33rd and 38th minutes, and the consistent Sony Norde added to the tally by finding the back of the net in the 69th minute at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. Richard Gadze opened the account for the hosts when he found the target in the 51st minute and then substitute Badara Badji and Marcelinho scored in the 76th and 82nd minutes respectively.

Ethiopian marathoner stays put in Rio, vows to fight for land rights

Ethiopian marathoner stays put in Rio, vows to fight for land rights

Rediff.com26 Aug 2016

Ethiopian silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa, who did not return home after staging a protest against his government at the Rio Olympics, said on Thursday he feared for his life if he went back and vowed to keep up his fight for land rights.

Swede Aregawi faces Olympic axe after failed test

Swede Aregawi faces Olympic axe after failed test

Rediff.com1 Mar 2016

World indoor 1500 metres champion Abeba Aregawi has been suspended from Swedish athletics after she tested positive for a banned substance, the national federation said on Monday.

Look, what China's navy is up to!

Look, what China's navy is up to!

Rediff.com14 Feb 2016

'China's moves are of direct significance to India, which will closely monitor Chinese naval activity in the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean not least because of Chinese maps depicting claims over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.'

Travelling down memory lane in Kolkata

Travelling down memory lane in Kolkata

Rediff.com6 Jan 2016

The charm of Kolkata is still alive says Sumit Ganguli.

Kalam served as inspiration for millions of Indians: Obama

Kalam served as inspiration for millions of Indians: Obama

Rediff.com29 Jul 2015

"On behalf of the American people, I wish to extend my deepest condolences to the people of India on the passing of former Indian President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam," Obama said in a statement.

MNREGA world's largest public works programme: World Bank

MNREGA world's largest public works programme: World Bank

Rediff.com8 Jul 2015

India's rural employment guarantee programme MNREGA has been ranked as the world's largest public works programme, providing social security net to almost 15 per cent of the country's population, the World Bank has said.

BRICS Summit: Opportunities for India, Russia and China

BRICS Summit: Opportunities for India, Russia and China

Rediff.com30 Jun 2015

Srikanth Kondapalli on what to expect from the seventh BRICS summit meeting to be held in Russia in July.

Game of Thrones devotee? Score the characters!

Game of Thrones devotee? Score the characters!

Rediff.com15 Apr 2015

The wise Imp or the Mother Dragon? Take your pick!

POWER selfies: Top politicos show you how it's done

POWER selfies: Top politicos show you how it's done

Rediff.com9 Apr 2015

Rediff.com has compiled a few photographs to show you the kind of selfies our world leaders have taken a fancy to. Different strokes for different folks, eh?

After take-off, Vistara ready for world play

After take-off, Vistara ready for world play

Rediff.com10 Jan 2015

Vistara is keen to take to global skies.

Travellers with Ebola should not be stigmatised: UN chief

Travellers with Ebola should not be stigmatised: UN chief

Rediff.com28 Oct 2014

United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon on Monday expressed concern over restrictions imposed on travelers returning from Ebola-affected countries, saying people who develop infections should be "supported, not stigmatised".

Review: Heartless doesn't have soul

Review: Heartless doesn't have soul

Rediff.com7 Feb 2014

Despite being well shot and fairly well edited, Heartless has nothing of value to offer, says Paloma Sharma

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