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Emirates, Etihad say not advised of new U.S. flight restrictions on electronics

Emirates, Etihad say not advised of new U.S. flight restrictions on electronics

Emirates Airline and Etihad Airways have not been advised of any new restrictions on carrying electronic devices on U.S. flights, the Middle East airlines said on Tuesday.

South Korea complains to WTO over China’s response to anti-missile system – minister

South Korea complains to WTO over China’s response to anti-missile system – minister

South Korea’s trade minister said on Monday Seoul had complained to the World Trade Organization (WTO) about China’s retaliation against South Korean companies over the deployment of a U.S. anti-missile defence system in the South.

Rajnath expresses regret over firing on Tripura-Bangladesh border

Rajnath expresses regret over firing on Tripura-Bangladesh border

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has expressed his regret on firing at the Tripura-Bangladesh border yesterday, that resulted in three casualties.

Parrikar: a performer at South Block

Parrikar: a performer at South Block

Manohar Parrikar demonstrated urgency in arms purchases, but failed to take measures to synergise combat capabilities During his tenure as India’s Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar came across as a sincere and perceptive leader and an accomplished manager. He gave a free hand to the Army to engage proactively on the LoC. He got the Prime […]

Five priorities for the new defence minister

Five priorities for the new defence minister

Since India aspires to become a leading power which conducts its foreign policy based upon real rather than perceived strengths it should, among other things, become a credible military power.

Govt plans to almost double passenger capacity at airport

Govt plans to almost double passenger capacity at airport

The Centre on Wednesday said that it was working on a plan that would almost double the annaul passenger handling capacity of IGI airport to 109.33 million passengers.

White House proposes to privatize air traffic control

White House proposes to privatize air traffic control

President Donald Trump is proposing to shift oversight of the U.S. air traffic control from the federal government to an independent group, according to budget documents released on Thursday.

Can a Middle-Eastern suitor fly in for Air India?

Can a Middle-Eastern suitor fly in for Air India?

With the buzz on the privatisation of state-owned airline Air India (AI) erupting again, aviation experts say it was the right time for such a move but wondered whether investors’ would have the appetite for it or whether politically and strategically it would be the right overture.

Does Mumbai’s second airport fulfill its needs?

Does Mumbai’s second airport fulfill its needs?

The proposed airport at Panvel is too small for Mumbai; road and rail links to it will cost more than the airport itself.

China’s amazing capabilities threatens even US defence superiority in new battlefronts

China’s amazing capabilities threatens even US defence superiority in new battlefronts

The country threatens even US defence superiority in the new battlefronts: space, electromagnetic and cyber warfare.

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