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Can Ashwani Lohani turn Air India around?

Can Ashwani Lohani turn Air India around?

Falling jet fuel prices and a revival in domestic traffic growth offer the new CMD a once in a lifetime opportunity to turn around the state-owned carrier. Image: Better days ahead for Air India? Photograph, courtesy: Shakti/Wikimedia Commons     On August 21, the government announced that Ashwani Lohani, from the Indian Railway Services of Mechanical Engineers' 1980 batch, would take over as the new chairman & managing director of Air India. The next day, some pilots ..., 2 months ago

Asian Air Gun Championship: Ayonika shoots bronze

India's Ayonika Paul, right, with Singapore’s Jasmine Wei Xian Ser, centre, and Iran's Elaheh Ahmadi. Photograph: PTI India's Ayonika Paul wobbled a bit towards the end but still managed to bag the bronze medal while Apurvi Chandela missed out on the podium finish after a disappointing outing in the final of women's 10m air rifle event at the 8th Asian Air Gun Championship in New Delhi on Monday. Ayonika shot 185.0 to claim the bronze, behind gold medallist Jasmine Wei Xian Ser (208.1) ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Gurpreet, Rai stunned by Iran's Safari at Asian Air Gun Championship  Rediff.com1 month ago

How GSAT-15 will help India's communications

  The ‘context’ of the launch of GSAT-15 highlights that India has much ground to cover in the transponder arena while in satellite navigation arena ISRO’s progress has been satisfactory, says Ajey Lele. On the early morning of November 11 India’s latest communication satellite GSAT-15 was successfully launched by a European vehicle Ariane-5 from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana. This satellite has been sent as a replacement for INSAT-3A and INSAT-4B. Amongst ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Negi, Hardik, Chahal in India 'A' squad for SA T20  Rediff.com2 months ago

'Shamiana', hot air dryers: Novel ideas to have pitch ready in time for 2nd Test

'When I came here yesterday, I was worried and I couldn’t sleep at night. But thanks to Brijesh, we found a way out. He asked me if it would help if we covered the pitch from above, and got a waterproof shamiana erected' IMAGE: The shamiana erected over the pitch at the M Chinnaswamy stadium in Bangalore on Thursday. Photograph: Harish Kotian/ Everyone who stepped into the M Chinnaswamy stadium in Bangalore on Thursday were greeted by the strange sight of a shamiana ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Diwali kitchen: Top Indian-American chefs share their fav recipes

Arthur J Pais invites North America’s leading desi chefs to offer their best recipes for Diwali. Surbhi Sahni Surbhi Sahni is the co-founder and owner of Bittersweet, New York City. Her creations are inspired by her childhood as well as her knowledge of Eastern and Western styles, and her experience in various New York restaurants for the past 15 years. She enjoys inventing desserts by using traditional Indian ingredients, such as curry leaf, cilantro, ginger and cardamom, and a blend ...
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2nd ODI: MS Dhoni slams 92 as India set 248 runs target against South Africa

The nudges, quick singles, shot-arm jabs, pulls, cuts, lofted shots over the bowler’s head all were on full display as Dhoni answered back his critics with his knock that came off 86 balls, decorated with seven boundaries and four sixes. India ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago 2nd ODI: Axar Patel strikes to scalp Faf du Plessis, South Africa five-down  Jagran Post1 month ago 2nd ODI: Harbhajan Singh scalps Quinton de Kock, South Africa two-down  Jagran Post1 month ago

DGCA audit raises concern over Air India's ageing fleet

Staff shortage, poor inspection seen as other major pain areasThe Air India plane involved in an incident at the Delhi airport early last month had been exposed to a higher level of flying risk for five months until May this year, thanks to an engine wear and tear, a recent Directorate General of Civil Aviation audit has revealed.Among some of the serious concerns that the audit flagged were lack of monitoring, manpower shortage and the carrier’s ageing fleet. It further exposed the lack ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Air India to fly non-stop Delhi-San Francisco from Dec 2  Rediff.com1 month ago Why Silicon Valley is important for India  Rediff.com1 month ago

How Dalmiya revolutionised sports broadcast in India

IMAGE: Jagmohan Dalmiya changed BCCI’s face forever. Photograph: PTI The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is the richest cricket governing body in the world, but there was a time when it was no match for the big boys. The unanimous opinion among cricket aficionados is the board’s standing is the result of the business acumen of Jagmohan Dalmiya. It was Dalmiya’s decision to open sports broadcasting to private channels in the country. Until the late 1990s, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Snubbed by BCCI, Srinivasan is 2nd most influential man in Asian Sport  Rediff.com1 month ago

Pakistan raising Kashmir at UN is 'clear interference': India

India has strongly dismissed Pakistan’s raising of the Jammu and Kashmir issue at multiple fora in the United Nations, asserting that the references are “totally out of context” and constitute a “clear interference” in its internal affairs. India also asserted that Kashmir is, has always been and will remain an integral part of India. In one of the Right of Replies exercised by India to respond to comments by Pakistan’s envoy to the UN, First ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

A week after lynching, air of resentment, anger lingers over Dadri

A week into the lynching of Mohammad Iqlakh, residents of Dadri’s Bishada, nurse a deep resentment over being “unfairly victimised”, as visitors make a beeline to the crime spot in the village where shards of glasses, broken sewing machines and a battered refrigerator mutely testifying the fateful night of September 28. Manned by a grand statue of Maharana Pratap, the entrance to the Rajput-dominated Bishada village and its fairly well-paved lanes, bylanes, solar-powered ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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