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Rajasthan: Jhunjhunu girl set to fly military jets
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Rajasthan: Jhunjhunu girl set to fly military jets

After one and a half years of rigorous training, country’s first three female fighter pilots will be commissioned in the IAF, two months later. It is a coincidence that in the presence of the first lady defence minister, Flight Cadet Mohana Singh, ... DNA, 1 week ago

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IndiGo's huge cash reserve will help it to spread wings further

IndiGo's share sale will raise the company’s retained earnings to Rs 2,680 crore. The proposed sale and issue of fresh shares by IndiGo can fetch India’s largest airline Rs 5,370 crore (Rs 53.7 billion), providing a major impetus to its expansion plans. The airline has announced the sale of 33.6 million shares, 22.3 million shares through fresh issue, to institutional buyers in order to comply with rules for companies to lower promoter stakes and achieve a public shareholding of 25 ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Sharapova back in business on and off court

'Sharapova’s doping transgression was not terribly egregious, neither performance-enhancing nor intentional, and her ban seemed unduly harsh' IMAGE:   Maria Sharapova. Photograph: US Open/Twitter Maria Sharapova's outfit sparkled even if her play sometimes didn't during her grand slam return at the US Open but the former world number one's run to the fourth round showed she is back in business on and off the court. Playing her first Grand Slam since returning from a 15-month ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Why pilots are asked to give a year's notice. The 'real' reason

When the move was first thought of it was at the behest of Jet Airways, IndiGo, SpiceJet and Air India. Only Vistara and AirAsia were opposing it as they were doing the poaching, says Anjuli Bhargava. Union Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju is busy these days. The industry, pilots and other officials say he’s busy. With what no one can quite say (although I now refer to him as Jahangir), so let’s just accept it for what it is. A bit like Rahul Gandhi -- wrong man in the wrong ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
DNA

Close shave: Pilot lands plane safely after bird-hit

Passengers of Jet Airways Mumbai-Jodhpur flight number 9W414 were horrified to notice sparks coming out of one of the plane’s engines after the massive Boeing 737 class aircraft suffered multiple bird hits while descending at the Jodhpur Airport on ...
 DNA2 months ago
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NDTV denies that its ownership has changed hands. But questions remain

In a little over two weeks, New Delhi Television Ltd (NDTV), the holding company of two of India’s oldest news channels, has issued two clarifications to stock exchanges BSE and NSE that there has been no change in the ownership of the company. The ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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7 dead as IAF chopper crashes near Tawang

An Mi-17 helicopter of the Indian Air Force crashed near Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh on Friday, killing all seven military personnel on board, officials said. Five IAF personnel, including two pilots, and two armymen were killed in the crash near the remote town of Tawang, close to the China border, around 6.30 am. The chopper had taken off from the Khirmu helipad near Tawang and was on its way to Yangste, said Tawang Superintendent of Police M K Meena said.   The Russian manufactured ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
DNA

Wait is over! This December, Indian Air Force to commission 3 women fighter pilots, may fly Sukhoi

The Indian Air Force will commission three women fighter pilots in December, Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa announced in New Delhi today. Though women have been part of the Indian Air Force, yet the combat roles were still off limit. This would change in ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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Thanks to SpiceJet, seaplanes will be back to Indian skies

Seaplanes are fixed-wing aircraft that can take off and land on both water and airfields. Ajay Singh-owned airline Spicejet said on Wednesday that it was exploring opportunities to buy seaplanes in order to increase its reach in areas which do not have air strips. SpiceJet is already a participant in the government’s regional connectivity scheme under which it operates flights to the country's hinterland. The airline entered into an agreement with Japan's Setouchi Holdings to explore the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Why no-fly list is still not ready

Government officials favoured compulsory biometric identification but said it did not happen because of the Supreme Court judgment on Aadhaar Remember Ravindra Gaikwad, the Shiv Sena member of Parliament who became the first person to be barred by airlines from flying? The incident prompted the government to revise guidelines to handle unruly passengers by allowing airlines to ban them. But India’s no-fly list is yet to take off as airlines find it difficult to identify offenders and the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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