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18 individuals declared terrorists under UAPA

According to the release, the individuals are "involved in various acts of terrorism from across the border and have been relentless i ...
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    Foreign airlines' flights will not be allowed at expense of Indian airlines: Aviation Minister

    On September 28, Lufthansa had to cancel its flights between India and Germany from September 30 to October 20 as the DGCA withdrew permission for them saying there are restriction on Indians who want to travel to Germany and this puts "Indian carriers at a significant disadvantage resulting in inequitable distribution of traffic in favour of Lufthansa."

    Airlines to operate 13,000 flights per week during winters

    Indian airlines have already achieved over 55% of pre-COVID capacity with the Dire...

    View: Fly thy neighbour - India's neighbours can help its airlines fly higher

    With India’s policy of Neighbourhood First, there is an urgent ...

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