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Airfares soar as Indians pack bags for foreign holidays

Airfares soar as Indians pack bags for foreign holidays

Making last-minute plans for an international holiday this summer will leave you sweating. Spot ticket prices to popular destinations have gone up by as much as 30% from last summer with London witnessing the fastest jump in airfares.

Modi must visit Trump to stay on the radar, India has huge stakes in the US

Modi must visit Trump to stay on the radar, India has huge stakes in the US

Washington mavens have a new parlour game ­ called “impeachment & removal“. The game is all about devising new and innovative ways of putting President Donald Trump out to grass.

UN warns about financial risks in China’s One Belt One Road project

UN warns about financial risks in China’s One Belt One Road project

The United Nations, close on the heels of OBOR Summit between May 14-16, has raised a red flag over economic, financial, social and environmental risks of China’s Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) across a number of countries that are part of the mega connectivity project.

India has made honest efforts and Pakistan has done everything to scar the relationship: Arun Jaitley

India has made honest efforts and Pakistan has done everything to scar the relationship: Arun Jaitley

India has made honest attempts to make friendship with Pakistan under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership but every time India made that attempt Pakistan followed with actions to sour that relationship, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said today.

UN rejects Pak claim that Indian troops targeted UN vehicle near LoC

UN rejects Pak claim that Indian troops targeted UN vehicle near LoC

The United Nations has dismissed Pakistan Army’s claim that its military observers came under attack from Indian troops near the Line of Control, saying there was “no evidence” of them being targeted.

GST won’t have major impact on air passenger growth: ICRA

GST won’t have major impact on air passenger growth: ICRA

The new rate for air travel in the proposed GST regime is unlikely to have a major impact on the passenger growth even as differential input tax credit will adversely affect airlines, ratings firm Icra said.

Tensions escalate as Pakistan flexes its muscles in Siachen

Tensions escalate as Pakistan flexes its muscles in Siachen

Tensions escalated on Wednesday with Pakistan Air Force Chief Suhail Aman activating all forward bases in response to purported India “threats” and fighter jets flying over the Siachen glacier violating the Indian air space, a claim New Delhi has dismissed.

Vistara inducts its 14th aircraft and first Airbus A320neo

Vistara inducts its 14th aircraft and first Airbus A320neo

Vistara today announced that it took delivery of its first Airbus A320neo (new engine option) at Airbus Headquarters in Toulouse, making it the 14th aircraft in the airline’s fleet.

More UDAN routes to be allocated by August

More UDAN routes to be allocated by August

The central government on Wednesday said that it will allocate more air routes under its regional connectivity scheme — UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik) — through the second round of bidding by August.

China says no information on Indian jet, asks New Delhi to stick to arrangements

China says no information on Indian jet, asks New Delhi to stick to arrangements

China said today it has no information on the missing Indian Air Force Sukhoi fighter jet with two pilots on board and asked India to stick to the arrangements reached between the two sides to maintain peace.

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