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Kozhikode crash: 'We won't know the truth'
'The DGCA, the ministry of civil aviation, Air India, the Airports Authority, all of them together form what I call an organised syndicate.''In India, it is a fashion to blame the pilot because......
For the surreal foodie: You gotta eat at these wonderfully weird restaurants
The dining experience is at the centre of modern life and restaurateurs are constantly aiming to add something new to make your regular à la carte menu into a whole new sensation.......
14 odd PHOTOS from a mad, mad world
Odd photos that prove we live in a mad, mad world. A child touches the biggest watermelon on display during an annual watermelon festival in Daxing district in Beijing,......
Bonjour Modi! Best moments from PM's France visit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in France as a part of his three-nation tour and like any other tourist, he too did touristy things – ride along the river Seine, take selfies, visit the......
22 injured as flight from Singapore to Mumbai hits turbulence
More than 400 people on board a Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 superjumbo from Singapore to Mumbai had a narrow escape after it was hit by a sudden turbulence on descent, injuring 22 passengers and......
Ten years on, ex-Kingfisher Airline employees wait for their dues
Ten years after Kingfisher Airlines was grounded, its former employees continue to wait for their dues. Photograph: PTI Photo On Monday, the Supreme Court awarded a four-month sentence to the......
Airlines cancel, reschedule London flights as Heathrow restrictions kick in
Heathrow Airport’s decision to cap the number of departing passengers at 100,000 a day in order to limit queues, baggage delays and cancellations has impacted flight schedules between India......
What A380's failure can teach the shipping industry
As a model of transport, the A380 strikes a parallel -- a shared fragility -- with giant container ships, observes Shyam G Menon. IMAGE: A container ship is loaded at a container terminal in......
SpiceJet kicks off cargo business sale; valuation at Rs 2,500 crore
It is in talks with multiple private equity investors as it tries to sell shares in the logistics arm to raise money. SpiceJet, India’s second-largest private airline, kicked off the process......
As cargo business grows, SpiceJet, IndiGo ready for new battle
However, once normal air transport resumes and there’s abundant belly capacity, the traditional economics of air cargo may not be that lucrative. Photograph: Pascal Lauener/Reuters......
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