Author: Sunday Guardian Live

Multiple Headwinds Hit India’s Aviation

The grounding of Boeing 737 Max airplanes, the financial crisis that has hit Jet Airways and the shortage of

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UDAN Flights From Hindon

Congestion at Delhi airport’s domestic terminal is likely to reduce from March this year, after the civilian airport at

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External Factors Succeeded In Shutting Down Core Army Intelligence Ops

At least 10 covert operations outside India were carried out by a tiny specialised unit of the Indian Army,

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Commercial Use Of Drones In India Set To Rise

The unveiling of a comprehensive Drone Policy 2.0 at the Global Aviation summit in Mumbai last week by the

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‘SkyFit’ Yoga Will Help Aviation Officials Deal With Stress

To counter the immense stress that officials at the Air Traffic Control (ATC) and pilots go through during their

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‘India Will Need 2,300 Aircraft In 20 Years’

On the sidelines of the Global Aviaiton Summit that was held here earlier this week, Dinesh Keskar, Boeing’s Senior

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India To Make Air Travel Affordable: Suresh Prabhu

The first-ever two-day Global Aviation Summit was organised by the Ministry of Civil Aviation in association with Federation of

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The Worrisome State Of Indian Army

Two days from today, the Army will celebrate Army Day with the Chief of Army Staff taking the salute

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It’s In India’s Interest To Be Part Of Global Defence Supply Chains

Some in India have a negative reaction to being part of a “supply chain”—particularly when it involves defence production

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DGCA Sees No Need To Change System To Catch Drunk Pilots On Duty

Though the number of pilots “caught drunk” while reporting for duty has been increasing over the years, officials of

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