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DH 2017- A look back at the business of flying

It was the best of times and yet somehow it was the worst of times for the airline industry this year. Using this slightly altered quote written by Charles Dickens to begin the book "A tale of two cities," to describe the state of the aviation industry in ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
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Tips to make the best use of airline discounts

Deals from online travel portals, in partnership with credit cards, are a good option. Also, look at concessions from airlines, experts tell Tinesh Bhasin. For the upcoming travel season, it's a good time for travellers to start looking for flight tickets if they are going abroad. Planning in advance can help you get the best rates and the current offers on credit cards can further lower your prices. "The current offers on credit cards offer the best deals for those who plan to fly in this ...
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Bengaluru airport is country's most punctual one, reveals DGCA data

Kempegowda International Airport (KIA), Bengaluru has emerged the most punctual airport across the metros, as per the data available with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). According to the data for September 2017, Bengaluru airport has seen ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Hyderabad International Airport Offers Wheel Chair Lift for passengers

In line with the Accessible India Campaign, GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd. (GHIAL) has launched a Wheelchair Lift or Vertical-lift for the benefit of senior citizens and passengers with reduced mobility at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA).
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Spy’s eye: Corruption by other means

There is a need for complete performance audit of institutions of health, education, communications and other establishments The two shocking cases of unethical practices linked to ‘profiteering’ reported from two topmost hospitals in India’s capital, ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Mitra, the robot, steals the show from NaMo, Ivanka

Ivanka spoke for a good 15 minutes, gracefully, looking straight at her audience, her face wreathed often in winning smiles.She is an articulate, striking, woman who charmed her audience.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Global Enterpreneurs Summmit in Hyderabad. IMAGE: Mitra, the robot, with Prime Minister Narendra D Modi with Ivanka Trump, head of the US delegation, at the Global Entrepreneur Summit 2017 in Hyderabad, November 28. Photograph: Press Information Bureau of India Hyderabad ...
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What IndiGo needs to do to restore its image

IndiGo clearly needs to refresh its HR and training manual, says Shyamal Majumdar. IMAGE: A video grab of IndiGo staffers assaulting a passenger that went viral recently. Just three weeks ago, IndiGo was on top of the world when it announced that it would achieve the 1,000 flights per day mark in December. The celebratory mood was evident from the airline’s statement that each of its flight represents an “opportunity for millions to chase their dreams”. Few days later, it was ...
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Jomolhari Diaries: A walk in the clouds

Guru Bhoopala's seven-day trek took him to the base camp of Jomolhari, a majestic 7,500 metre mountain, unclimbed and revered by the Bhutanese. He returned with a rich story to tell. What it looks like to be 'on top of the world'! Guru Bhoopala's pic atop the Yalila Pass.All photographs by Guru Bhoopala Over the last decade or so, I trekked to multiple places across the globe, from Ladakh Pangyong Tso lake to the Everest base camp, Appalachian trail in Tennessee to Cotopaxi in Ecuador, ...
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Khushwant Singh remembers Indira Gandhi

'In her insecurity, she destroyed the institutions of democracy.''She packed Parliament with her supporters with loyalty being more important than ability; she superseded judges; she corrupted the civil service.''She knew how to use people against each other and was quite a master of that.''She would do this with calculated skill and in the bargain cause enmity between brothers, split up families.' IMAGE: Indira Gandhi surrounded by folk dancers from Rajasthan at her home in New Delhi in 1967.
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China sticks its finger in India's eye again

'There is no parallel in UN history of an individual terrorist being bailed out by a world power,' points out Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd). The Chinese have done it again. The proposal to designate Masood Azhar as a terrorist by the United Nations has been torpedoed by the Chinese. India's proposal cannot apparently resurface again at the UN, at least not too soon.   Perhaps, there is no parallel in UN history of an individual terrorist being bailed out by an assertive and rising world ...
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