Mumbai-Bangalore Indigo flight returned to Mumbai, currently under inspection
"An IndiGo NEO A320 aircraft was operating Mumbai-Bangalore this morning. During the flight the pilot observed a caution message. Standard operating procedures were followed and the aircraft was returned to Mumbai as a precaution," an official release said.
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F&O: India VIX moves up 7%, 12,000 level critical for Nifty
Long buildup was seen in Tata Elxsi, Mindtree, Dish TV, Concor and Equitas.
Gold prices steady on mixed US-China trade signals
US gold futures were up 0.1 per cent at $1,480.90 per ounce.
IndiGo says PW engine issue is likely to have an impact on future capacity
On November 1, aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had asked IndiGo to replace all unmodified PW engines on its 97 A320neo family aircraft or face grounding of planes.
Reliance stock could double over the next four years: Chakri Lokapriya
CSB Bank valuation can sustain at 2.6-2.7 times; Ujjivan to jump on listing day
While trade war between US & China escalated, couldn't have waited to slash corporate tax: Nirmala Sitharaman
FM Sitharaman had in September announced corporate tax rate cut from an effective 35% (including surcharges and cesses) to an effective 25.17% while the rate for new manufacturing companies reduced to 15% from 25%.
China solar exports hit 58 GW in first three quarters of 2019, foreign earnings for firms set to rise 25%
Beijing said in May last year it would wind down subsidies to the nation's solar industry to reflect rapidly declining construction and generation costs. It also sought to tackle a spiralling payment backlog amounting to more than 100 billion yuan ($14.2 billion).
Huawei faces ire in China over staff treatment
The treatment of Li Hongyuan, who had worked for the company for 13 years, has become one of the most discussed topics in recent days on China's Twitter-like Weibo platform. Li's case surfaced publicly when court documents detailing his case were posted online. State media outlets later reported how he was detained by police on an extortion charge for 251 days last year.
Wall Street dips on lack of fresh update on trade talks
The three main stock indexes opened higher, extending gains from the previous session, but lost steam in the first hour of trading.
IndiGo stops pushing Airbus engines to limit after shutdowns
IndiGo has told its pilots to stop pushing engines on its new jets to the limit when the planes are climbing.
US Congress passes Uyghur bill; China threatens possible retaliation
The US House of Representatives on Tuesday passed the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act, which among other things, proposes that America redirects resources to address the mass internment of over 1,000,000 Uyghurs and other Muslim ethnic minorities in China.
US, China move closer to trade deal despite heated rhetoric
Investors are closely watching for any signs of progress on a phase-one deal.
Perceptional differences over India-China border: Rajnath Singh
Responding to a statement by Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury about Chinese activities along India's border regions, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said transgression by Chinese forces do take place and Indian forces too go for patrolling along forward locations. "Our border is secured and forces are fully alert," he said.
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