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With GST, airlines might face taxation air pockets

Airlines are in a fix over the possibility of movement of aircraft parts being taxed under the GST Business Standard, 1 month ago

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No GST on import of aircraft, its parts on lease

The government has exempted the import of aircraft, aircraft engines and its parts procured on lease from the purview of the Goods and Services Tax (GST). The aviation industry had been asking for relief as it was facing a dual levy of 5 per cent at the time ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

AI employees' union to meet, plan stir against privatisation

Air Indias largest employees union will hold its general body meeting here this week to "organise its members for a movement" against the governments decision to privatise the debt-ridden national carrier. The Air Corporations Employees Union (ACEU) is also ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Centre paves the way for highways as landing strips

The use of highways in far-flung areas for aircraft landings and take-offs will soon be a reality. The Union Ministry of Roads and Highways has received clearance from the Defence Ministry for the use of 17 such highways across the country for aircraft ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Airbus may look beyond UK unless Brexit demands met -Sunday Times

Airbus could move production of new aircraft models out of Britain if the European plane-maker's "non-negotiable" demands over the free movement of people and trade tariffs are not delivered in upcoming Brexit talks, the Sunday Times reported.
 DNA1 month ago
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India, Russia ink key pact for 2 nuclear power units

The two countries also asked all nations to stop cross-border movement of terrorists and asserted that a decisive collective response from the international community without 'double standards and selectivity' was required to combat the threat of terrorism. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin issue a joint statement after a summit in St Petersburg on Thursday. Photograph: @MEAIndia/Twitter India and Russia on Thursday concluded a much-awaited pact for ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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An explosive compound: RSS's latest plan to mix science and religion

Did aircraft really exist at the time of the Vedas? Was there a plastic surgeon who expertly attached an elephant's head on Hindu god Ganesha's body, as claimed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi ? Well, India's scientists in the making could well go on to ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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No war, but skirmishes with China cannot be ruled out

Calling the talk of war in the Chinese media as posturing, senior defence and strategic experts believe that India and China may not go for a full-scale war, but skirmishes cannot be ruled out. The heights of the Doklam Plateau are occupied by the tents with ...
 catchnews.com21 hours ago
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Sikkim standoff: China may have quietly moved tonnes of war gear in northern Tibet, claims report

New Delhi : China may have quietly moved tonnes of military gear while it was conducting military exercises in the remote mountainous Tibet region, the PLA Daily, the official mouthpiece of Chinese military, has claimed. The PLA had conducted 11-hour long ...
 Sify1 day ago Amid Sikkim standoff, Chinese army conducts live-fire drills in Tibet  Rediff.com3 days ago
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Why Malabar 2017 is important

'Cooperation at sea involves not just ships going out together and carrying out exercises over a couple of days, but understanding the whys and the wherefores,' points out Vice Admiral Premvir Das (retd). IMAGE: A MiG-29K takes off from the aircraft carrier, the INS Vikramaditya, ahead of Malabar Exercise 2017. Photograph: Indian Navy It must be truly rare in bilateral discussions between heads of state or government, and especially those in which the global superpower is a party, for a ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
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