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Aviation touching Pre-Covid numbers: Hardeep Singh Puri

Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri says country’s air passenger traffic is almost touching pre-Covid numbers.

GMR Group signs memorandum of understanding with Airbus

The MoU was signed at Aero India 2021, Bengaluru. GMR Group and Airbus will team up to explore potential synergies in several strategic areas of aviation services including maintenance, components, training, digital and airport services.

India plans to spend $130 billion on military modernisation: Rajnath Singh

He pointed out that India holds the potential to become a reliable supplier of defence equipment to many friendly nations.

Destination USA: Law schools offer different degrees

The first professional law degree in the US is the juris doctor

Tax sops for Covid hit Aviation Sector may come in Budget 2021

"We are working on a long-term plan to help the sector by rationalizing various taxes. We are looking forward to make the ecosystem smarter and more efficient to make the aviation sector sustainable," said Usha Padhee

General Electric reports smaller loss

GE Chief Executive Larry Culp said the company had boosted profit margins in every segment except aviation when currency effects were stripped out.

PM Modi to deliver keynote address at Invest India Conference today

"The forum aims to give Canadian business community a first-hand perspective of the opportunities to invest in India and showcase India as an investment destination."

Four Hyderabad academies get nod for drone training

Four aviation academies from Hyderabad get DGCA nod to conduct remote pilot training programmes

Collapse of telecom, aviation sectors to cost thousands of jobs: PC

"Millions have lost their jobs or livelihood in the last 12 months. The collapse of two major industries - telecom and aviation - will cost many more thousands of direct and indirect jobs," Chidambaram said in a statement.

Never been a better time to invest in India: Modi

Exhorting investors, he said that tapping into the country's food processing, aviation and power industry can be beneficial for them as key reforms have been carried out in these sectors.

The leader in distance learning and research 

Massey University is a Government-funded university and is one of New Zealand’s leading educational institutions.

COVID-19 Effect: Organised pvt sector planning layoffs, salary cut

The country is currently under a nationwide lockdown which was imposed in March to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

Boost e-commerce to salvage economy post-Covid: Pawar to PM

In a letter to Modi on April 25 but released on Sunday, Pawar said that the coronavirus crisis has hit urban areas and the urban economy hardest - with aviation, transport, tourism, brick and mortar retail, entertainment, media and wellness industry unlikely to ever regain their financial health.

Over 50 aircraft to be delivered to India every year

. Some 1,440 aircraft are for growth and 440 are needed to replace aircraft that will be retired.

Future of civil aviation bright in country despite setbacks: KTR

The Minister said the facility at the Flight Simulation Technique Centre (FSTC) was the most advanced Full Flight Simulation training company in India today with training facilities in Gurugram and Hyderabad.

CIA accused of 11-year-long cyber espionage against China

Qihoo 360 said it discovered and revealed cyber-attacks by the CIA hacking group (APT-C-39) which lasted for 11 years against China.

Hyderabad: Aptech Aviation Academy at Alwal inaugurated

Academy will focus on providing training to students interested in pursuing a career in aviation industry including cabin crew, fares and ticketing and customer service

Ukrainian airplane crashes near Iran’s capital, killing 176

An investigation team was at the site of the crash in southwestern outskirts of Tehran, civil aviation spokesman Reza Jafarzadeh said.

CM’s public meeting cancelled as heavy rains hit the venue at Huzurnagar

The Chief Minister’s Office said in light of the sudden change in the weather, Chandrashekhar Rao’s visit to Huzurnagar was cancelled since the Aviation Department did not give clearance for the helicopter ride.

IndiGo shares fall over 2% on arbitration proceedings

The airline stock declined 2.22 per cent at Rs 1829.35, on the BSE. On the NSE, the scrip plummeted 2.13 per cent at Rs 1,830.

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