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Sharif: Pakistan, India must avoid conspiracies against each other

Sharif: Pakistan, India must avoid conspiracies against each other

Pakistan and India should have friendly and good neighbourly relations and avoid hatching conspiracies against each other, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said.

At 4 airports, handbags to go tag-free

At 4 airports, handbags to go tag-free

The Centre will do away with the stamping of hand baggage tags permanently at select airports in less than a week, after the successful trial at metro airports last year, Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) Director-General Kumar Rajesh Chandra said.

India, Rwanda sign aviation, visa deals

India, Rwanda sign aviation, visa deals

India and Rwanda have concluded a bilateral air services agreement enabling direct flights between the two countries. This is among the three memorandums of understanding (MoUs)

Air India is in a debt trap: Ashok Gajapathi Raju

Air India is in a debt trap: Ashok Gajapathi Raju

Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju tells Somesh Jha in an interview that despite the 30,000 crore bailout package approved for Air India in 2012

Centre not for terming Pakistan a ‘terror state’

Centre not for terming Pakistan a ‘terror state’

The Centre will oppose a Private Member’s Bill moved in the Rajya Sabha recently seeking to declare countries like Pakistan “terror states.” Independent Member of Parliament Rajeev Chandrasekhar had moved The Declaration of Countries as Sponsor of Countries as Sponsor of Terrorism Bill, 2016 to impose legal, economic and travel sanctions on citizens of countries […]

Why India must keep charge of its bilateral engagement with its largest neighbour

Why India must keep charge of its bilateral engagement with its largest neighbour

In mid-January, a week before he resigned as U.S. Ambassador to India, Richard Verma held an unusual dinner at his residence, inviting the Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju as well as the Sikyong

The soldier’s song

The soldier’s song

When the Japanese Empire spearheaded into India during the Second World War, the newly-raised Assam Regiment was one of the few that held it back at the epic defence of Kohima

Mysuru airport: Government taking long-term view

Mysuru airport: Government taking long-term view

While commercial flights to Mysuru are yet to resume, there is a growing belief in the city’s long-term growth and potential to support the same.

Army chief calls for vigil on Kashmir’s weather

Army chief calls for vigil on Kashmir’s weather

Army chief General Bipin Rawat on Wednesday called for “fast updating on weather patterns” to avoid casualties, days after 20 soldiers died in avalanches and snow-caving incidents in the Kashmir region.

‘Makes sense for IndiGo to shift to T2’

‘Makes sense for IndiGo to shift to T2’

SpiceJet chairman and managing director Ajay Singh said on Monday that it would make “some sense” for low-cost airline IndiGo to shift its domestic operations to Terminal-2 (T2) of the Delhi airport.

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