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Vistara leases six aircraft to boost domestic market growth

NEW DELHI:  Full-service carrier Vistara on Friday said it has leased an additional six aircraft from BOC Aviation to accelerate its growth in the domestic market.

Air Asia India eyes corporate clients, foreign flights

NEW DELHI:  Seeking long-term travel commitment, Tata Group joint venture Air Asia India plans to tie up with about 200 companies in the next few months, offering them a slew of benefits, including flexibility in last-minute flight change and onboard meals.

Indian charged for evading national service in Singapore

A 25-year-old Indian national, who is a permanent resident in Singapore, has been taken to a court for allegedly defaulting on his national service obligations for more than five years.

AIPEF writes to CM Rajasthan on compensation claims of Adani

 All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF) has written to Chief Minister Rajasthan and others to appear in the supreme court as a key stake holder in the matter of compensation claim of Adani Power Rajasthan Ltd. (APRL) on account of using imported coal at Kawai and recovery of over invoiced cost of imported coal .

Jet: Pawar to meet PM, union claims foreign airlines fleecing

Political heavyweight and Maharashtra strongman Sharad Pawar has assured Jet Airways employees to take up their cause with Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the elections in the state.

3 Indians among 207 killed in Sri Lanka mayhem

COLOMBO: At least 207 people were killed and 469 injured when eight suicide bombings, mainly in Colombo, ravaged Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday in the island's bloodiest day since the civil war ended a decade ago. Three Indians were among the dead.

Cardiff Metropolitan University (UK) signs MoU with LPU

JALANDHAR: Lovely Professional University (LPU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Cardiff Metropolitan University (Cardiff Met) at the campus today.  For this important collaboration, Programme Director for MSc Food Science & Technology at Cardiff Met Prof Simon Dawson visited LPU Campus and met top management, senior functionaries and also visited the related departments at LPU.

Indian-origin man jailed for bursting crackers

SINGAPORE:  An Indian-origin man has been jailed for three weeks in Singapore and also fined for setting off fireworks near housing blocks during Diwali celebrations last year.

Jet cancels west-bound international departures

MUMBAI: With the government closely monitoring the operational situation at Jet Airways to ensure its compliance with overseas flying rules, the airline on Thursday suspended long-haul west bound international departures for one night.

Christian Michel knew Mrs Gandhi since 1986: ED

British national Christian Michel, the middleman in the Rs 3,600-crore AgustaWestland VVIP chopper deal, has known "Mrs Gandhi" since 1986, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) said in its fourth supplementary chargesheet.

We will send you to jail: SC to Ranbaxy brothers

The Supreme Court on Friday threatened to jail Malvinder Mohan Singh and his brother Shivinder Mohan Singh, former promoters of pharmaceutical company Ranbaxy, for not complying with an order to pay dues to Japanese firm Daiichi Sankyo.

Samarth Dwivedi matches course record with a stunning 63 in Pune Open

PUNE: Ahmedabad-based Samarth Dwivedi matched the course record at the Poona Club Golf Course with a stunning eight-under-63 to set the bar in round one of the Pune Open Golf Championship 2019.  The 26-year-old Dwivedi led the field at the Rs. 30 lakh event by one shot as Bengaluru’s Jaibir Singh was placed second thanks to his outstanding effort of seven-under-64.

Talwar used bribe money to buy hotel in Delhi: ED

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) probing a money laundering case against corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar has found incriminating documents suggesting he allegedly used funds received by his front entities in Singapore to buy commercial properties in the national capital.

India bans B737s, US won't ground them

 India announced that all Boeing 737 aircraft will stop operating in the country from 4 p.m. on Wednesday but the US aviation regulator questioned the global grounding of the fleet after an Ethiopian Airlines crash.

Punjab is perpetually at war

The wounds of 1947 partition, during which approximately one million lives were lost and twenty million were made to abandon their homes and hearths and migrate penniless to newer lands, that the 1947-48 Kashmir War started. During those days more than 50% of the Indian Army consisted of Punjab soldiers from among the Dogras of Pathankot and Kangra, the Jatts of Gurgaon, Rohtak and Hissar and the Sikhs of all districts of Punjab. They were deployed in Kashmir.

US-S.Korea ends large scale military exercises

WASHINGTON: The US and South Korea announced that the annual large-scale exercises, which were a ccommon feature of the defence relationship between the two militaries, will end and be re-configured into smaller manoeuvres.

Trump, Kim to begin second summit with meeting, dinner

HANOI: US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will begin their second summit here on Wednesday with a one-on-one meeting followed by a dinner.

Capt Amarinder writes to center seeking Chandigarh's inclusion under open sky policy

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has sought inclusion of Chandigarh in the list of cities notified for operation of airlines of ASEAN countries under the Government of India’s Open Sky Policy.

US, N. Korea may agree to end Korean War at Vietnam summit: Seoul

SEOUL: The US and North Korea might agree on how to declare an end to the Korean War at the upcoming meeting of their leaders this week in Vietnam, an official from Seoul's presidential office said on Monday.

Punjab CM lays foundation stone of world class tech university in Mohali

MOHALI: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Sunday laid the foundation stone for the next generation Plaksha University in Mohali, with the hope that it would transform the destiny of the state’s students and help them keep pace with the changing global milieu.

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