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US-led strikes kill 17 in Syria's Raqa: monitor

US-led coalition air strikes on the Islamic State group's remaining territory in Syria's Raqa city killed 17 civilians today, including children, a monitor said. DNA, 16 hours ago

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Guam radio stations air emergency alert post North Korea threat

[U.S.],August 15 (ANI):After threats from North Korea, residents of Guam got a lot more tense just after midnight local time on Tuesday, when a pair of radio stations on the island broadcast an emergency civil danger warning, triggering panic throughout the ...
 Sify1 day ago US-North Korea tension: Guam radio stations accidentally air emergency alert  Zee News1 day ago After North Korea's pointed threat, Guam's residents concerned but keep faith in US military  DNA6 days ago

Air India's Los Angeles flight likely by October-November

The national carrier will launch it's 6th destination in the US with three-times-a-week services
 Business Standard6 days ago Could be wise to write off some Air India debt: Panagariya  Deccan Herald1 week ago India's air passenger traffic to touch 500 million  Prokerala2 weeks ago Air India economy flyers to get veg-only meals on domestic flights  Rediff.com1 month ago

AI seeks $740 mn loan to buy 6 Boeing planes

While the government is working on final contours for a strategic divestment of its stake in loss-making Air India, the airline is ready with plans to fly to more overseas destinations. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ Air India is looking for bridge loans worth up to $740 million to finance purchase of six Boeing 787-8 planes, according to a tender document. While the government is working on final contours for a strategic divestment of its stake in loss-making Air India, the airline is ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago AI puts on hold leasing of 787-9 planes, says Boeing  DNA2 weeks ago

Panagariya on how to make Air India attractive for buyers

Out of the total amount, Rs 17,359.77 crore is aircraft loan, while Rs 31,517.04 crore is working capital loan. Outgoing Niti Aayog vice-chairman Arvind Panagariya has said that writing off some debt of Air India, so as to make it attractive to prospective investors, could be a "wise" move. Following a suggestion by Niti Aayog, the government is endeavouring to privatise the state-owned carrier and a committee has been set up under Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to carry forward the process. "I ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago AI sees decline in net loss; Sinha says also gained from US ban on gadgets  Business Standard4 weeks ago
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Teen wanted to be air hostess, she was stalked and murdered

Seven kilometres from the main Ballia town in eastern Uttar Pradesh, at a half constructed house in the Bajaha village, Neha Dubey fights back tears as she shows us an English grammar book her younger sister and Class 12 student, 17-year-old Ragini, gave a ...
 MSN India6 days ago

Cities need more than air conditioning to get through heat waves

Over 30% of weather-related deaths in US are attributable to high outdoor temperatures or sunstroke
 Business Standard1 week ago

US buys Boeing 747s once set for Russia for Air Force One

'We got a really good deal,' Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said
 Business Standard1 week ago Cutting costs: abandoned Boeings to become Air Force Ones  Domain Business1 week ago US may buy 747s once set for Russia to cut Air Force One costs  Business Standard2 weeks ago Next US Air Force One could be planes built for Russian airline  India Today2 weeks ago

Air travel may spread infectious diseases: study

A study by researchers at Arizona State University (ASU) in the US reveals that factors like plane size and boarding method can have a huge impact on infection rates.
 DNA1 week ago

'Nation building can't be done by people on sabbatical'

'We do not want people who are air dropped and who fly out once the job is done.''Ever since liberalisation started, we keep on hearing that it's going to be jobless growth.''This speaks of the failure of the foreign returned policy makers.' 'When questions are raised, answers should be given and not a resignation.' The Swadeshi Jagran Manch had been quite critical of the NITI Aayog ever since it supported genetically modified crops. It had also been critical of Dr Arvind Panagariya, the Niti ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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