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Despite jobless Indian pilots, why are Indian airlines still h...

Airlines tell Arindam Majumder and Aneesh Phadnis they are forced to look at expats due to a lack of commanders, a position that requires experience. Should YOU spend lakhs to become a pilot? IMAGE: The pay of an expat pilot is around 40 per cent higher than Indian ones. They also get generous housing and travel benefits in their contracts. Photograph: Reuters.   Arav Joshi, 26, completed his flying course from a New Zealand-based training academy in 2012. After that did not translate ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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Jet Airways pilot assaulted woman passenger: Harbhajan

"So called this Bernd Hoesslin a pilot with @jetairways called my fellow Indian (u bloody Indian get out of my flight) while he is earning here." "Not only was he racist, but physically assaulted a lady and abused a physically challenged man... absolutely disgraceful and shame on @jetairways." IMAGE: Harbhajan Singh. Photograph: BCCI An expat pilot with Jet Airways hurled "racist" comments at and assaulted a woman and also abused a physically challenged person on a flight, cricketer ...
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Why Manipur's Holi is the best in India

'For us, North Indians, who are habitual late comers and lackadaisical in our temple attire; who go to temples in jeans and shorts; who keep our temples dirty, where rotting flowers are strewn in the pathway -- Manipur teaches us grace and discipline,' says Tarun Vijay.   IMAGE: Children wear traditional Manipuri clothes during Holi or the Yaosang festival in Manipur. Photograph: Kind courtesy, GuruBidya/Creative Commons Manipur is not just a subject of politics, terrorism and road blocks.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Soon, your movie watching experience could be cheaper

And the reason has everything to do with box office collections, says Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. IMAGE: Mumbai's Aurora theatre looks festive during the release of Rajinikanth's Kabali. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com Dangal, one of the biggest hits in Indian cinema, grossed 375 crore in the country. But if you do the numbers based on average ticket prices, only 3.1 per cent Indians watched it on a cinema screen. The reason -- “the lack of screens. It could have been twice ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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