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Drones get the government's go-ahead, with riders

If all goes well, from December, drones can be used for purpose like mapping, surveying and photography, which till now was illegal due to absence of any guidelines. India has finally approved......

Martyred BSF jawan cremated after Adityanath speaks to family

Prem Sagar, the Border Security Force head constable who was beheaded by Pakistan Army regulars was cremated at his native village in Deoria, after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath......

MHA orders security audit of airports, luggage check on entry

Facing threat of terror attacks, the home ministry has ordered security audit of nearly 100 civil airports and decided to bring all such facilities under the Central Industrial Security Force cover......

Modi picks man from Manmohan's PMO as private secretary

In a curious turn of events on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi picked Rajeev Topno, a 1996 batch Indian Administrative Service officer from the Gujarat cadre and a part of the Prime......

All about Modi's PMO

Who are the men the prime minister relies on to execute his impressive agenda? Sheela Bhatt/Rediff.com finds out. As expected, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has selected his office staff on the......

Post restructuring, SBI-led consortium may hold around 40% stake in Jet

The airline has struggled to pay salaries and vendors on time and its Rs 10,963 crore fund and non fund based facilities have now been assigned 'D' rating by ICRA - the seventh rating downgrade......

Engine trouble: Indigo, GoAir A320Neo planes under lens

Saturday's mid-air engine failure on Indigo flight prompts scrutiny.Arindam Majumder reports. Airbus's most popular single-aisle jet model, A320Neo with Pratt & Whitney engines, faces fresh......

In a first, a panel will decide on Vistara's flying rights

An unprecedented decision to form a ministerial-level committee was driven by fears of witch-hunt by investigating agencies. The government has formed an inter-ministerial committee of three......

Air India gets govt's nod to sell its ground handling firm

It is Air India’s only profitable subsidiary. In 2016-17, it clocked a profit of over Rs 33.4 crore, earning Rs 620 crore in revenues from its handling operations. The government on Tuesday......

Bad news for air passengers as govt junks compensation plans

Airlines have opposed the rules that make it compulsory for them to pay compensation to passengers in case a flight is delayed by more than four hours A proposed change of rules that would have......

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