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AirAsia India launches flights to Kolkata, Ranchi

AirAsia India launches flights to Kolkata, Ranchi

AirAsia India today announced its addition of two new destinations in Kolkata and Ranchi and said that Kolkata will be its third hub. With the launch of these destinations, AirAsia will operate to 15 destinations in the country.

India-UAE globalisation conference pitches for greater trade

India-UAE globalisation conference pitches for greater trade

India and the UAE have agreed to strengthen their bilateral trade and investment ties as top industry leaders from both countries met at a conference held here.

China ignores India, says will push Silk Road projects after UNSC endorsement

China ignores India, says will push Silk Road projects after UNSC endorsement

China has said it will give a global push to its ambitious Silk Road initiative after a UN Security Council resolution called for its implementation by member- states, notwithstanding India’s sovereignty concerns in PoK.

Piyush Goyal bets on divestment, rules out Air India privatisation

Piyush Goyal bets on divestment, rules out Air India privatisation

Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal today said the government will aggressively pursue strategic sale in loss-making units and has put Hindustan Photo Films on the block, but ruled out privatising bleeding Air India, saying every major country needs a national carrier.

US, Asia-Pacific allies rolling out F-35 stealth fighter

US, Asia-Pacific allies rolling out F-35 stealth fighter

The US and its Asia-Pacific allies are rolling out their new stealth fighter jet, a cutting-edge plane that costs about $100 million each.

French carrier to lead joint amphibious Pacific drill in show of force aimed at China

French carrier to lead joint amphibious Pacific drill in show of force aimed at China

In a display of military power aimed at China, France will dispatch one of its powerful Mistral amphibious carriers to lead drills on and around Tinian island in the western Pacific

Kashmir operation called off after militants escape

Kashmir operation called off after militants escape

A security operation in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district was called off on Friday after militants managed to escape, police said.

Consider capping air ticket prices: Parliament panel to govt

Consider capping air ticket prices: Parliament panel to govt

The government should consider fixing upper limit for airfares across sectors as pricing mechanism…

Cabin crew to monitor pilots’ controlled rest: DGCA

Cabin crew to monitor pilots’ controlled rest: DGCA

In a bid to check on instances of aircraft becoming untraceable during the pilot’s ‘control rest’ period, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has mandated cabin crew to keep a check on pilots during such period on medium- and long-haul flights.

Parliament panel seeks probe into Kingfisher Airlines’ dues to AAI

Parliament panel seeks probe into Kingfisher Airlines’ dues to AAI

A parliamentary panel today sought a probe into defunct Kingfisher Airlines allowed to accumulate high levels of dues to state-owned AAI, which was in “violation of all existing rules”.