Author: The Economic Times (PTI)

Air India Recorded Maximum Safety Violation Cases: Jayant Sinha

National carrier Air India recorded the maximum cases of safety violations in the last three years, followed by Jet

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‘Future Airports Likely To Be Named After Cities’

Upcoming airports are likely to be named after the cities where they are located, the government said today and

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Air India’s Net Loss Reduces To Rs 3,643 Crore; Operating Profit Rises In 2016-17

Air India's net loss after tax narrowed to Rs 3,643 crore and operating profit rose to Rs 300 crore

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Spotlight On MIG 35 At Russia’s Maks Air Show

Russia's premier international airshow MAKS today began with 180 foreign firms, including from India, participating with the spotlight on

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J&K: More Civilians, Security Forces Injured In 2016 Than In 2010

The number of civilians injured in 2016 in Jammu and Kashmir following the killing of militant leader Burhan Wani

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Pak Shelling Targets Schools; 217 Students, 15 Teachers Saved

Braving Pakistani shelling from across the Line of Control (LoC), authorities in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir today

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73 Roads Of Operational Significance Being Built Along China Border: Kiren Rijiju

As many as 73 roads with "operational significance" are being constructed along the Sino-India border, the Lok Sabha was

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PM Narendra Modi Likely To Go For Cabinet Expansion

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to go for a Cabinet expansion as senior minister M Venkaiah Naidu's almost

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Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar To Brief Parliamentary Panel On China Standoff

Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar will brief a parliamentary committee tomorrow on the issue of the Sino-India standoff at the

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We Reserve Right To Retaliate: India To Pak On LoC Firings

In a stern message conveyed by the top Army brass, India today told Pakistan that it reserves the right

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