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Air Force Acts Swiftly to Execute Evacuation of CRPF Casualties

Air Force Acts Swiftly to Execute Evacuation of CRPF Casualties

Indian Air Force on Monday responded promptly to a call by the CRPF following the news of ambush of CRPF team at Burkapal area.

Etihad Airways appoints Robin Kamark as CEO airline equity partners

Etihad Airways appoints Robin Kamark as CEO airline equity partners

Etihad Airways, the flag carrier of Emirates of Abu Dhabi, has appointed Robin Kamark as chief executive officer for the airlines, in which it is a strategic investment partner.

Jet Airways adds 22 new flights across domestic network

Jet Airways adds 22 new flights across domestic network

Private airline Jet Airways today said it has added 22 new flights per week across its domestic network besides enhancing capacity on certain routes with wide-body planes as part of its summer schedule.

India is world’s fifth largest military spender, US tops list

India is world’s fifth largest military spender, US tops list

India’s military expenditure grew around 8.5 per cent in 2016, making it the world’s fifth largest spender at $55.9 billion, figures released by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Sipri) revealed on Monday

Israel sees 49% increase in Indian arrivals in two years

Israel sees 49% increase in Indian arrivals in two years

Speaking about the growth, Hassan Madah – Director, Israel Ministry of Tourism India said, “India is one of the world’s fastest-growing outbound tourism markets and an important emerging market for us.

Branding under the arc lights

Branding under the arc lights

Is social media turning conscience keeper for brands? It would seem so, given the manner in which celebrities, politicians and brands have faced the ire of a large and outraged army of public defenders

Rajnath Singh reviews Kashmir situation with top security brass

Rajnath Singh reviews Kashmir situation with top security brass

The top security brass of the country on Monday reviewed the situation in Jammu and Kashmir amid continued unrest in the Kashmir valley.

Embraer ties up with Air India to set up MRO in Secunderabad

Embraer ties up with Air India to set up MRO in Secunderabad

Embraer came to us because they are planning to sell 40 aircraft in the region by 2018 and they need to have a maintenance system in place for those planes,” said an Air India official.

Mid-air row over national anthem

Mid-air row over national anthem

Low-cost airline SpiceJet “inadvertently” played national anthem mid-air on its flight last week, leaving passengers in a tizzy as they were strapped to their seats as the flight

Consumer forum issues bailable warrant against SpiceJet’s MD

Consumer forum issues bailable warrant against SpiceJet’s MD

A consumer forum here has issued a bailable warrant against the SpiceJetBSE -1.37 %’s managing director for ignoring its two-year-old order to reimburse the air-ticket’s cost to a passenger,