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  • Jet Airways Plane Escorted By German Air Force After Going Silent Mid-Air

    Jet Airways Plane Escorted By German Air Force After Going Silent Mid-Air

    A Jet Airways passenger aircraft with more than 300 people on board was escorted by German Air Force planes after it lost contact with Air Traffic Control during a flight from Mumbai to London on Thursday. The incident, a serious security scare, happened in German air space, prompting the Air Force to scramble the fighter jets to escort the Boeing ...

  • UP Election 2017: Ajit Singh's Party Tries to Stitch Together Rainbow Coalition

    UP Election 2017: Ajit Singh's Party Tries to Stitch Together Rainbow Coalition

    The Rashtriya Lok Dal has ruled out any post-poll alliance with the BJP, enthused by reports that their traditional votebank in western Uttar Pradesh, the Jats, are angry with the BJP and may return to fold. The Jat support had swung to the BJP in 2014 Lok Sabha elections following the Muzzaffarnagar riots, and the RLD - which had won 9 seats in 20...

  • Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: Ajit Singh Hangs His Comeback Hopes On Jats Dumping BJP Tomorrow

    Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: Ajit Singh Hangs His Comeback Hopes On Jats Dumping BJP Tomorrow

    Ajit Singh and his son, Jayant Chaudhary, are trying to regain lost ground in what is seen as their fight to stay relevant when the region votes on Saturday in the first phase of the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections.

  • UP Elections 2017: Ajit Singh's Party Makes Muzaffarnagar A 4-Way Contest

    UP Elections 2017: Ajit Singh's Party Makes Muzaffarnagar A 4-Way Contest

    Past the sugarcane fields and mustard plantations along the National Highway 58, around 10 km before the entry point to Muzzaffarnagar town in western Uttar Pradesh, stands the first major security barricade. The paramilitary force personnel with automatic weapons and in their olive green fatigues seemed a bit more than the usual security bandobast...

  • 'He Demeans Himself': Rahul Gandhi Hits Back At PM Modi Over 'Raincoat' Remark

    'He Demeans Himself': Rahul Gandhi Hits Back At PM Modi Over 'Raincoat' Remark

    An angry Congress set the tone for the Budget session today, threatening to boycott both houses of parliament until Prime Minister Narendra Modi apologises for his "raincoat" remark about his predecessor Dr Manmohan Singh in the Rajya Sabha today. Rahul Gandhi has called it "saddening and shameful."

  • AAP's Bhagwant Mann Wants PM Narendra Modi's 'Drinking' Dig At Him Deleted

    AAP's Bhagwant Mann Wants PM Narendra Modi's 'Drinking' Dig At Him Deleted

    The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)'s Bhagwant Mann has threatened to demand action in parliament against Prime Minister Narendra Modi for breach of privilege if his reference to him during his speech in Lok Sabha yesterday is not deleted.

  • Akhilesh Yadav's Remark On Rahul Gandhi May Not Please Congress

    Akhilesh Yadav's Remark On Rahul Gandhi May Not Please Congress

    As Akhilesh Yadav explained to voters why they should re-elect him as Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, he was careful to emphasise two points: the contribution of his father and party founder Mulayam Singh, and a commitment to "politics of secularism, socialism and development." For this, Akhilesh Yadav said, women are being given pressure cooker...

  • Aviation Ministry Receives 45 Proposals Under UDAN Scheme To Connect Small Towns

    Aviation Ministry Receives 45 Proposals Under UDAN Scheme To Connect Small Towns

    The details are expected to be shared at a press briefing on Thursday by the junior aviation minister. But the aviation ministry has asked that all the routes that have been bid for are spread over 65 airfields.

  • Too Premature To Downgrade India's Growth Forecast: Bibek Debroy

    Too Premature To Downgrade India's Growth Forecast: Bibek Debroy

    Mr Debroy said it would take at least six months before one can come to a conclusion on the note ban's impact on the economy.

  • 1 Crore New Jan Dhan Accounts Since Notes Ban, But Many Still Unpaid

    1 Crore New Jan Dhan Accounts Since Notes Ban, But Many Still Unpaid

    Over 1 crore Jan Dhan accounts have been opened since the notes ban came into effect on November 9. The deposits since have also doubled to over 87,000 crores and the tax department is scrutinising the data. Yet, many workers without bank accounts could not be paid.

  • SpiceJet's Journey From Nearly Broke To $22 Billion Boeing Deal

    SpiceJet's Journey From Nearly Broke To $22 Billion Boeing Deal

    Low-cost carrier SpiceJet is buying 155 planes from Boeing in a deal potentially worth $22 billion or 1.5 lakh crores, including about 40 that were ordered earlier.

  • Air India, In Defense, Flags Amartya Sen's Note. But Flight Was Late.

    Air India, In Defense, Flags Amartya Sen's Note. But Flight Was Late.

    Battling to remove the smudge on its reputation after being judged the world's third worst performing airline, national carrier Air India has posted a proud tweet: A Thank You note from Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, who was a passenger in its Delhi-London flight. The trouble was, the flight was late.

  • Budget Carriers Indigo and Spicejet Fight Over On-Time Performance

    Budget Carriers Indigo and Spicejet Fight Over On-Time Performance

    Two of the biggest budget carriers - Indigo and Spicejet - are at war over their On-Time Performance (OTP) status.

  • Mulayam Singh Yadav Claims 'No Rift', Team Akhilesh Says Want 'Cycle' Soonest

    Mulayam Singh Yadav Claims 'No Rift', Team Akhilesh Says Want 'Cycle' Soonest

    Mulayam Singh Yadav, accompanied by brother Shivpal Yadav and close aide Amar Singh, met with the Election Commission in Delhi to stake claim to the "cycle," the symbol of the Samajwadi Party that he founded 25 years ago. "There is no dispute with Akhilesh", said the party patriarch, who has been challenged by his son and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minis...

  • How Much Black Money, Asks Opposition As Notes Ban Data Still Missing

    How Much Black Money, Asks Opposition As Notes Ban Data Still Missing

    The opposition has criticised the centre for not releasing data on how much of the banned 500 and 1,000 notes are back in the banking system, eight days after the deadline to deposit old notes in banks expired.

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