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When The Russians Killed A Dancer
Caution: Graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised. IMAGE: Colleagues and friends attend a funeral ceremony for Ukrainian soldier and ballet dancer Vadym Khlupianets, who was recently killed......
Bomb threat on Moscow-Delhi flight with 400 on board
A plane from Moscow carrying 400 people made an emergency landing in the national capital on Friday following a bomb threat, according to officials. The Aeroflot aircraft operating flight SU 232......
No issues with Russia over military spares, servicing, says Jaishankar
Asserting that it exercises a choice which it believes is in its national interest, India on Tuesday said it has no difficulties with Russia on servicing of military equipment and spare parts in......
Army boosts firepower, surveillance along China border
The Army has significantly bolstered its fire power along the frontier with China by deploying a range of rockets and artillery weapons and plans to procure an array of additional systems,......
Active Covid cases in India decline to 43,994
With 4,777 new coronavirus infections being reported in a day, India's total tally of COVID-19 cases rose to 4,45,68,114, while the active cases declined to 43,994, according to the Union Health......
Air India to lease 12 more aircraft comprising A320 neo, Boeing 777
Air India on Monday said it will lease 12 more aircraft comprising both A320 neo and Boeing 777, which are expected to be inducted in its existing fleet in the first half of 2023. Photograph:......
Air India plans to hire expat pilots for wide-body planes
Tata group-owned Air India plans to hire expat pilots for its Boeing 777 planes as the airline is facing a shortage of pilots amid plans to expand its fleet as well as international operations,......
Credit card base of major issuers erodes in Q2 over RBI's norms
Credit card issuers saw significant erosion of their card base during the July-September quarter as the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) norms mandated deactivation of cards that have been......
IndiGo allowed to wet lease wide-body planes for only up to six months
Aviation regulator DGCA has allowed IndiGo to wet lease wide-body Boeing planes from Turkish Airlines for up to six months and has rejected the domestic carrier's request for leasing the aircraft......
IndiGo set to lease wide-body Boeings soon
For the first time, the country's largest airline IndiGo will soon lease up to four wide-body Boeing 777 planes to cover the shortfall in its international operations, according to officials.......
Box Office: Doctor G, Kantara Start Well
IMAGE: Rakul Singh, Ayushmann Khurrana and Shefali Shah in Doctor G. Compared to last weekend when just around Rs 20 crore (Rs 200 million) had come in, the weekend gone by was relatively better......
Australia's T20 World Cup Records
IMAGE: Australia edged Afghanistan despite some late hitting by Rashid Khan on Friday. Photograph: Sarah Reed/Getty Images Australia will look to make most of the home advantage as they......
T20I Rankings: SKY static at No 2, lone Indian in Top 10
IMAGE: India batter Suryakumar Yadav will be key to a good campaign in his maiden T20 World Cup outing in Australia. Photograph: ANI In-form batter Suryakumar Yadav continued to be the top......
Men's FTP '23-'27: No India vs Pak series on the cards
India to play 38 Tests, 39 ODIs, 61 T20Is in next cycle IMAGE: India expectedly has a choc-a-bloc calender but as usual there won't be any bilateral cricket series with Pakistan. Photograph:......
India's Murali Sreeshankar claims long jump gold in Greece
IMAGE: India's Sreeshankar came into the competition on back of his excellent domestic form where he repeatedly breached the 8m mark. Photograph: All Sports/Twitter India's premier long jumper......
Can Australia Win the FINAL?
IMAGE: Matthew Wade celebrates with Marcus Stoinis following Australia's win in the semi-final against Pakistan at the Dubai International Stadium, November 11, 2021. Photograph: Francois......
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