Author: The Times Of India

Can There Be A New Sunrise For Our Airports?

It's 11pm. The domestic terminal of Chennai airport is winding up its day's business. A few red-eye flights are the only

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Stalled AWACS Deals Hit Air Force

 If airborne warning and control systems (AWACS) are considered "eyes in the sky", India is battling debilitating cataract in

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Stalled AWACS Deals Hit Air Force

If airborne warning and control systems (AWACS) are considered "eyes in the sky", India is battling debilitating cataract in

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India Opens Two Border Crossing Points With Myanmar, Bangladesh

India has opened two immigration check posts along the borders with Myanmar and Bangladesh, a reflection of its

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Now, Brace For A 15 Per Cent Hike In Airfares

Get ready to shell out up to 15% more for flying. Airlines are looking at 10-15% hike in airfares

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Thinking The Unthinkable In China: Abandoning North Korea

North Korea's nuclear antics have rattled its alliance with China+ to the point that Beijing is allowing the previously

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91-year-old INA Second Lt From Mumbai Declared India’s Best Tourist Guide

Even five years ago at the age of 86, tour guide Rama Khandwala could climb the 120 steps leading

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Pak Overhauling Communications System With Help From China: Report

Pakistan is working on a massive project with China as part of the $55-billion CPEC project+ to develop

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Thai AirAsia launches direct flight to Bangkok

Thai AirAsia's Bangkok-Trichy-Bangkok service began on Friday night with the customary water salute accorded to the first flight which

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Mi-17 Helicopters Set For Uplift At Chandigarh Repair Depot

Mi-17, medium lift helicopters used by the Indian Air Force (IAF), are all set for upgradation at Chandigarh-based air

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