Author: Business Standard

Jet Airways saga: 2 grounded airlines in a decade cast doubt on India boom

Jet Airways, the second local carrier to ground its entire fleet in the past decade, is casting a shadow

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No Pak soldier or citizen died in Balakot air strike: Swaraj

External Affairs Minister and BJP leader Sushma Swaraj Thursday said no Pakistani soldier or citizen died in the air

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China can strike India’s satellite system despite ASAT test: Report

An analysis of India’s March 27 anti-satellite (ASAT) test concludes that it was directed squarely at China, but would

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India, Vietnam hold naval exercise

Navies of India and Vietnam held a four-day maritime exercise off Cam Ranh Bay in Vietnam from April 13

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Mallya laments ‘airline karma’ in message for cash-strapped Jet Airways

Embattled liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya on Wednesday took to social media once again, this time to express his solidarity

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Debrief for exercise Sea Vigil conducted at Naval headquarter

A debrief of the Indian Navy exercise "Sea Vigil" held from 22 to 23 January, was conducted on Tuesday

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Post Pulwama, govt grants more financial powers to 3 services to buy weapons

In the wake of the Pulwama terror attack, the government has granted emergency powers to the three services to

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This drone can fly in windy conditions

A Purdue University researcher has developed a patented design for drones that works in windy conditions, is more energy

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Post Jet crisis, Indian airfares skyrocketing

Airfares in India have been on the rise for the last one month, ever since Jet Airways suspended its

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MHA, MoD leave it to CCS to take final call on dual control over Assam Rifles

The Ministry of Home Affairs has conveyed to the Delhi High Court that it, along with the Ministry of

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