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Only 28,000 passengers flew on non-stop flights between India and Pakistan in 2016

Only 28,000 passengers flew on non-stop flights between India and Pakistan in 2016

About 55 countries are air-linked to India by non-stop, commercial passenger flights, and if these nations were ranked on the basis of number of passengers who fly to and fro, Pakistan would be found holding

India’s record jet fuel exports set to fall as air travel soars

India’s record jet fuel exports set to fall as air travel soars

India’s record jet fuel exports may fall this year as an expanding middle class and cheaper air travel have increased local consumption, refinery executives and analysts said. That could potentially raise ailing profit margins for the fuel.

Arun Jaitley hints at incentives for local manufacturing in defence

Arun Jaitley hints at incentives for local manufacturing in defence

Defence Minister Arun Jaitley has hinted that incentives are being worked out to encourage domestic manufacturing in the defence sector so as to cut imports of combat planes, ships and submarines.

Vijay Mallya can’t hold out longer, to be arrested once in India: Aliff Fazelbhoy, ALMT Legal

Vijay Mallya can’t hold out longer, to be arrested once in India: Aliff Fazelbhoy, ALMT Legal

n an exclusive interview with Arun Nayal of ET Now, KTS Tulsi, Senior SC Advocate & Aliff Fazelbhoy, ALMT Legal share their views on Vijay Mallya case

India says no to China’s offer of going soft on a 54-yr-old deal with Pakistan on Kashmir. Read why

India says no to China’s offer of going soft on a 54-yr-old deal with Pakistan on Kashmir. Read why

India has rejected China’s contention that Beijing had never acknowledged Pakistan’s claims on parts of Jammu and Kashmir as final,

InterGlobe Aviation Q4 profit plunges 24.6% YoY to Rs 440 crore on higher fuel cost

InterGlobe Aviation Q4 profit plunges 24.6% YoY to Rs 440 crore on higher fuel cost

InterGlobe Aviation, which operates under brand IndiGo, on Tuesday reported a 24.6 per cent year-on-year drop in March quarter profit at Rs 440 crore compared

200 airports to be brought under regional air connectivity: Jayant Sinha

200 airports to be brought under regional air connectivity: Jayant Sinha

The central government has embarked upon a plan to bring 200 airports under the regional air connectivity scheme, Union Minister of State for Aviation Jayant Sinha said here today.

Air India to launch Boeing 777 flights on Delhi-Chennai

Air India to launch Boeing 777 flights on Delhi-Chennai

Air India has said that they will operate bigger Boeing 777 aircraft between Delhi and Chennai sector starting today to clear the summer rush during the holiday months.

CoBRA battalions to ‘bite’ Naxals; 2,000 commandos to enter Sukma soon

CoBRA battalions to ‘bite’ Naxals; 2,000 commandos to enter Sukma soon

The CRPF will soon deploy a fresh squad of about 2,000 commandos from its special guerrilla warfare CoBRA battalions in and around the Sukma district of Chhattisgarh to defang the Maoists and their arsenal.

US Air Force’s secret space plane lands after 2-year mission

US Air Force’s secret space plane lands after 2-year mission

The US Air Force’s unmanned X-37B space plane that has been zipping around the Earth for nearly two years on a classified mission has landed successfully but woke up residents in Florida from their weekend slumber.