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Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on NDTV Townhall: Full Transcript

NDTV : Hello and welcome to the Townhall, our special programme where we bring big newsmakers face to face with a young, live audience as well as questions from eminent citizens from different walks of life. Our guest on the Townhall today is easily ... NDTV, 1 day ago

We want to be an integral part of India's defence aircraft programme

In recent months, Pune-based forgings company Bharat Forge has seen a lot of traction on the defence and aerospace fronts. The company is also betting big on its aerospace programmes in India, Baba Kalyani, Chairman and Managing Director, told ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

NASA launches four satellites in the Earth's orbit to study new phenomenon

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), on March 12, 2015, streaked a United Launch Alliance Atlas V-421 rocket into the space, launching four NASA satellites into the Earth's orbit. The four Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) ...
 India Today1 month ago

Blog: Maximising the value of an airport's infrastructure assets

All airports still follow the fundamental principle of moving people and their baggage on and off aircraft. This is the basic precept upon which all airports have planned and developed their infrastructure for decades. This sounds a simple ...
 Airport World2 months ago
Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation

AENA's part privatisation. By all accounts a success and shares climbed dramatically

CAPA On 11-Feb-2015 a transaction was completed that many thought would never see the light of day the partial privatisation of AENA, the world's largest airport operator in terms of passenger numbers; almost 200 million in 2014. CAPA ...
 Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation4 days ago

ITP's turnover up 4% at 650 million euros in 2014

ITP continues to experience sustained growth with an average rate of 8% over the past five years. Results rise continues, up 22% in 2014. Investment in R&D rose to 62 million euros, making ITP one of the leading Spanish companies in investment in ...
 Noodls4 days ago

QA: Your queries

I have completed research in Anthropology, and have keenness to understand the issues from an academic perspective in the field of Forensic Science. I have specialised in the domain of Social and Cultural Anthropology. I would like to know if there ...
 The Hindu6 days ago

Turning Nigerian airports into a regional hub

Category: Business news Published on Sunday, 29 March 2015 05:00 Written by Chris Agabi, Lagos Hits: 907 View Comments No doubt, Nigerian ...
 Daily Trust Nigera1 week ago

Meet DJ Patil: Obama's Big Data dude

Though Patil is focusing on health care for now, nearly every government entity could be revolutionized with the help of data. After collaborating with companies like Waze during Hurricane Sandy , the Federal Emergency Management Agency has invested ...
 Gnom.es1 week ago
Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation

What's in an eponym? Celebrity airports - could there be a commercial benefit in naming?

CAPA According to a list in the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia, there are 317 scheduled commercial airports around the world (out of a total of 4037 according to OAG / ACI [2013]) which are named after a person. Most often that individual ...
 Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation1 week ago
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