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France carrying out feasibility study on Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project: Envoy

Our Bureau

The French Railways, SNCF, is directly involved in carrying out feasibility study for the high-s... »

Bi-weekly New Delhi-Bhatinda Shatabdi service flagged off


A new Shatabdi Express service to Bhatinda was flagged off here today by Rail Minister Suresh Pr... »

Talks on Rafale aircraft deal 'put on fast track', says French Ambassador

Abhishek Law

Discussions on the transfer of Rafale fighter jets from France to India have made "good pro... »

SpiceJet resumes normal operations

Ashwini Phadnis

SpiceJet in a statement has said that it has announced resumption of normal operations today, wi... »

New app for vehicle, driver-related services

Mamuni Das

All vehicle and driver-related services may soon become available on a common portal. ... »

SpiceJet has shared thoughts, not plans, with Ministry: Raju

Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju

Our Bureau

Airline has sought ‘rescheduling’ of outstanding dues »

Thales bags contract for fare collection system for Rapid Metro Phase II

Our Bureau

Thales has won a contract to provide AFC (automatic fare collection) systems for the second phase of Rapid Metro Gurgaon, operated by IL&FS Rail Ltd.  The company declined to sha... »

AirAsia recommences Hyderabad-Kuala Lumpur service

Our Bureau

Low cost carrier AirAsia recommenced its direct flights from Kuala Lumpur to Hyderabad. The carrier currently provides 63 weekly direct flights from Malaysia to India, touching Benga... »

Airline fares soar on SpiceJet cancellations

R Ravikumar

Desperate passengers forced to shell out exorbitant sums as rival airlines cash in »

Want people who’ve learnt from life, says AirAsia India chief Mittu Chandilya

Alka Kshirsagar

AirAsia India plans to hire close to 1,000 people by the end of 2015, and chances are that those with an emotional quotient that is more impressive than their qualifications will make the grade... »

SpiceJet resumes flights after part payment

Ashwini Phadnis

Had cancelled many flights earlier in the day after oil firms refused to refuel the airline »

SpiceJet resumes operations after being grounded on fuel issue


After all its flights remained grounded for most part of the day today, cash-strapped SpiceJet resumed operations in the evening as oil companies, which had stopped fuel supplies to its aircraft,... »

DP World’s Mundra terminal handles 1 mn TEUs in 2014

Virendra Pandit

Gujarat’s first container terminal, the Mundra International Container Terminal (MICT), handled one million TEUs (Twenty foot Equivalent Units) of annual container throughput, a milestone,... »

SpiceJet flight operations to resume by 4 pm: COO

Ashwini Phadnis

The SpiceJet Chief Operating Officer, Sanjiv Kapoor, has tweeted that flights scheduled to depart on or after 4 p.m. will operate. Not clear if the company paid any money to oil marketing firms or... »

Sun Group cannot invest large sums to revive SpiceJet, says CFO


The parent of India's loss-making SpiceJet Ltd cannot make large investment into the carrier and can do no more than provide a guarantee for a bank loan needed to keep the airline from collapsing,... »

What took SpiceJet close to the exit

Why Indian ports can’t compete with Colombo

Landing in fog: The memory’s hazy

Bangalore International Airport to celebrate ‘Season of Smiles’

SpiceJet shares plunge as airline asks for govt help

SpiceJet gets some relief

Rail box cargo may get cheaper

SpiceJet request for relief will be looked into: Minister

Railways’ finance arm to raise ₹8,000 cr in January-March

Head on The company has already handed over ₹4,000 crore in the
current fiscal to the Railways, from internal accruals and funds raised last
fiscal that were not disbursed

Mamuni Das

Has RBI’s nod to borrow $500 m from overseas, but fund-raising instruments undecided »

VPT, VCTPL sign pact for terminal extension

Our Bureau

The Visakhapatnam Port Trust (VPT) and the Visakha Container Terminal Private Ltd., a private consortium, operating the container terminal in the port signed an agreement on Wednesday ev... »

SpiceJet promoters ‘making no headway in raising funds’

SL Narayanan, CFO, Sun Group

Ashwini Phadnis

There are a lot of accumulated losses on the balance sheet, says SL Narayanan »

Railways steps in to help stranded student group

Employees heading towards Hyderabad for Save Andhra Pradesh public meeting wait on the crowded railway platforms in Guntur on Friday.-T. Vijaya Kumar

Our Bureaus

Provides seats to stranded students; arranges an extra coach for their travel »

City Union Bank MD says Spice problems can be ironed out

N. Kamakodi

The Kumbakonam-based City Union Bank (CUB) has lent money to SpiceJet but its Managing Director & CEO, N Kamakodi, isn’t worried about the bank’s exposure to the airline. “We do not want t... »

AirAsia India launches services to Pune


Newly launched low-cost carrier AirAsia India today expanded services by adding Pune to its network, six months after entering the highly competitive domestic civil aviation sector.The inau... »

Light metro rail in Indore, Bhopal likely before 2018: MP Minister


The proposed light metro rail system in Indore and Bhopal cities are planned to be launched before 2018, Madhya Pradesh minister Kailash Vijaywargiya said here today. “If everything goes... »

AP to announce maritime policy soon, pave the way for port development

Ch. R. S Sarma

The new Andhra Pradesh, which relies mainly on its 900-km-long coastline for its economic growth, will announce its new maritime policy within a month to pave the way for the development of m... »

Singapore Airlines chief: Vistara will have India’s interest at heart

File photo of Goh Choon Phong, CEO, Singapore International Airlines, with Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons.

Ashwini Phadnis

With Vistara, the joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, set to take off soon, the Singapore Airlines Chief Executive Officer, Goh Choon Phong, outlines what the investment mea... »

SpiceJet operations grounded as oil marketing companies stop fuel supply


Flight operations of cash-strapped SpiceJet were grounded today due to non-supply of jet fuel by oil marketing companies. “Not even a single flight has taken off till this morning due to... »

Govt comes to rescue of SpiceJet

Airport, the aviation movie that started a trend

Let Indian lines carry more oil cargo

Axis Bank, Tigerair offer on Singapore flights

Jindal, Adani among firms keen on Goa dredging project

Air India to raise $350 m bridge loan

IRTC Dubai tour

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