Author: Moneycontrol

Troubled Waters? Who Owns The Right Of Way On India’s Coasts?

Almost the entire Indian shipping industry is protesting the government’s move to relax cabotage. Cabotage is the right of

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Air India Needs Rs 2,121 Crore For Employee Salary Payouts

Air India has requested the government to release funds to the tune of Rs 2,121 crore for salary payouts

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Airbus Pips Boeing At Farnborough Airshow; Indian Airlines Make Bulk Orders

The annual Farnborough Airshow this year reflected the optimism in the aviation industry.

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One Close Shave Too Many: Why Flying On Indian Airlines Is Becoming Dangerous

Last week, a tragedy was prevented on Indian skies when two IndiGo planes averted a mid-air collision.

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Extradition Request Of Zakir Naik Under Consideration Of Malaysia: MEA

India today said its request to Malaysia to extradite controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik was under active consideration of

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Indo-US Trade Growing Twice As Fast As US-china: Senator Portman

The United States' trade with India was growing twice as fast as that with China which sends a powerful

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Caught In The Middle: In The Iran-US Rift, India Needs To Pick A Side

When the United States pulled out of the Iran deal, economies across the world braced themselves for the consequences.

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Indian Carriers In Need Of 1,000 Pilots Till March 2019 But See Supply Shortage: Report

With deliveries underway of as many as 1,000 planes that have been ordered until 2030, Indian carriers are looking

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Militant Recruitment In J&k Almost Doubles In June After End Of Ramzan Ceasefire

The recruitment of local youth by militants has seen a spike in Jammu and Kashmir following the end of

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Ideas For Profit: IndiGo, SpiceJet Set To Soar

Despite facing high levels of competition, India’s aviation industry is in a sweet spot thanks to a favourable operating

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