There has been no gunfire, no alert sirens and no fighter jets dropping bombs. It is not wartime yet, but tens of thousands of villagers in lying in the border belt with Pakistan are already experiencing a war-like situation. As the relations ... Firstpost.com, 11 hours ago
By Arvind Padmanabhan New Delhi In a bid to save fuel, cut emission and have better route utilisation, Indian carriers have suggested a new plan to the government that co-opts the air space controlled by the armed forces. It also calls for ...IndUS Business Journal, 1 month ago Airlines' route recast plan aims to lower fuel use, avoid Pakistani air space ProKerala.com, 1 month ago
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