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Malaysia Airlines flight ‘crashed into southern Indian Ocean’

The missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 ended its flight in the remote waters of the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysian Prime Minister said on Monday, with all 239 people on board feared killed in... »

Fears of foul play as missing jet was 'directed off course'

Areas of search. Small circles: claimed spotting of debris. Image Source: Wikimedia Commons Suspicions that the missing Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777, which disappeared exactly one week ago, was deliberately directed off-course or hijacked by an expert were revived on Friday as it... »

Air India takes back 13 sacked cabin crew members

Air India has “unconditionally” taken back 13 of the 17 cabin crew members it had sacked recently for indiscipline and defying flight duty time limitation, allegedly following pressure from a sect... »

India, Dubai reach air services pact, to increase seats by 11,000

India and Dubai have agreed to increase the number of seats their airlines can operate between the two countries by 11,000.In a late-night development, Dubai also agreed to allow Ind... »

India Post open to e-commerce prospects

Last mile link The network building exercise for parcels will enable India
Post to improve quality of service. K MURALI KUMAR

As tier-II and III cities in India open up more to electronic retailing, India Post wants to exploit this opportunity by providing e-commerce players last mile connectivity to their customers.<... »

Competition panel lens on Rlys, IRCTC for unfair practices

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has decided to probe the Indian Railways and its catering and online ticketing arm — Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) — for us... »

Emirates seeks more seats under bilateral air traffic rights

Gulf carrier Emirates today expressed its disappointment over the recent hike in bilateral air traffic rights between India and Dubai and urged the Indian government to grant more access to it. »

President highlights need tobolster maritime capacity

Pranab Mukherjee, President of India presenting the certificate and gold medal to a student at the first convocation of Indian Maritime University in Chennai on Saturday. Others from left K. Rosaiah,Governor of Tamil Nadu and G.K.Vasan, Union Minister for Shipping. - Photo: M Vedhan. If India is to emerge as a major economic power, it will require substantial increase in the quality of maritime personnel and addition to country’s ship-building capacity, said President... »

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