Infrastructure

IndiGo grounds three A320 neo planes on engine woes

No-frills airline IndiGo has grounded three A320 neo aircraft due to engine problems, according to a senior official at aviation regulator DGCA.

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Indian Railways cracks the whip on absentee employees! Action to be taken against 13,000 rail staff

All the railway officers and supervisors have been instructed by Indian Railways to take out the employees on unauthorized absence from the employees’ rolls after following due process.

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SpiceJet waives-off cancellation charges for travel to and from Male

Budget carrier SpiceJet on Friday waived-off cancellation, other charges for travel to and from Male between February 8-14.

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Railways ‘Coach Mitra’ service used 7,000 times in 9 months, says Rajen Gohain

SMS-based service "Coach Mitra" was used 7,000 times between April and December 2017 to register all coach-related complaints and requirements, the Railways said today.

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China commissions its J-20 stealth jet into air force combat service

China has commissioned the latest J-20 stealth fighter into its air force's combat service, taking a lead in the region to operate fighter jets designed to avoid detection, state media reported.

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Railways got over Rs 850 crore in ticket-related fines, says minister Rajen Gohain

Railways collected more than Rs 850 crore in ticket-related fines from travellers during the first nine months of the current fiscal, Parliament was informed today.

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Some British-era railway bridges in better condition than those built after independence: Parliament panel

Some British-era railway bridges were in a better condition than the ones built after independence, a parliamentary committee report said today, blaming the nexus between officials and contractors for

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Lucknow’s Charbagh railway station gears up for major revamp; images of Indian Railways plans here

Lucknow's Charbagh railway station, is all set for a complete makeover. Also, Under the Charbagh station redevelopment plan, a 9 m high concourse, which will be around 180 metres in length and 115 met

Lucknow Charbagh railway station

Why the Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 are the most successful commercial aircraft in history

If you want to start a bitter debate among people in the aviation industry, don't ask them about Brexit, or Donald Trump, or Aziz Ansari's sex life.

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Rail Budget 2018: Rs 9,000 cr allocation for Northern Railway to modernise entire signalling system

Railway Budget 2018: The Northern Railway has been allocated Rs 9,000 crore in the railway budget 2018-2019 to modernise its entire signalling system by embracing the world's most advanced technology,

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Emirates Group to support Andhra Pradesh in aviation infrastructure

Gulf-based Emirates Group has signed an initial agreement with the Andhra Pradesh government to support the development of aviation infrastructure in the state.

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Cashflow Management: A Must to Avoid Infrastructure NPAs

Any contract design for an infrastructure project must ensure that neither the equity investor nor the debt investor has any incentive to deviate from a path that is the most optimal path for the proj

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Delhi weather: Cold Friday morning in national capital, 16 trains cancelled

It was a cold Friday morning in the national capital with the minimum temperature recorded at 6.1 degrees Celsius, three notches below the season's average.

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India to have 855 million air passengers in 2030-31, says Government

The country is likely to have 855 million air travellers in 2030-31, the government told Parliament today.

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Air India operating profit more than doubles to Rs 298 cr in FY17

Air India has been "consistently improving" its overall performance and more than doubled its operating profit to Rs 298.03 crore in the last financial year, according to the government.

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Indian market growing well but profitability on borderline, says Boeing

India's aviation market is growing "very well" but the profitability is on "borderline", a senior official at American aircraft maker Boeing has said.

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Shatabdi, Rajdhani, Duronto trains to have 4 CCTV cameras in every coach

All coaches of the Shatabdi, Rajdhani and Duronto trains will soon have four CCTV cameras each to ensure passenger safety, a railways official said.

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South Central Railway becomes first rail zone with 100pc LED lighting at stations

The South Central Railway (SCR) today said it has become the first railway zone in the country to complete 100 per cent LED lighting at all the stations under its jurisdiction.

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Saudi Arabia allows Air India to use its skies for flights to Tel Aviv: Report

Saudi Arabia has allowed Air India to use its airspace for flights between Delhi and Tel Aviv, Israeli daily Haaretz reported.

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Trial runs on Delhi Metro’s IP Extension-Maujpur stretch begin

The trial runs began today on the over 10-km-long elevated stretch of the Majlis Park-Shiv Vihar corridor of the Delhi Metro, on which the new signalling technology, Communication Based Train Control

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Delhi-Amritsar, Mumbai-Pune routes to get bullet trains as Indian Railways eyes shorter stretches

Bullet trains in India: Even as project work for India's first bullet train - between Mumbai and Ahmedabad - is underway, Indian Railways is already considering the possibility of constructing high-sp

Bullet train in India: New routes announced

Railway Budget 2018 for states: Details of projects for Maharashtra, UP, Kerala, Karnataka and other states

Railway Budget 2018: Modi government in their last Union budget 2018 before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections announced many game changing projects to uplift the Railway sector of the nation. Here are stat

Railway Budget 2018: Rail Budget for states

Railway Budget 2018: 881 km rail network set to be electrified in West Bengal

Budget 2018: The Union budget for fiscal 2018-19 has proposed electrification of 881 km of rail network in West Bengal at a proposed cost of Rs 771.54 crore, a senior railway official said here today.

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Railway Budget for Uttar Pradesh 2018: New projects announced! Total outlay at Rs 7,685 crore; details here

Railway Budget for Uttar Pradesh 2018: Modi government has announced many game changing projects to enhance UP's Railway network. Currently, there are 73 on going railway projects in Uttar Pradesh, wo

Budget 2018: Railway Budget for Uttar Pradesh

AirAsia X begins Kuala Lumpur-Jaipur direct flight service

AirAsia X, the long-haul arm of the Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia Berhad, has commenced its services to Pink city from Kuala Lumpur with the maiden flight arriving at the Jaipur International Airpo

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Israel to give 750,000 euros to Air India for launching Delhi-Tel Aviv flight

Air India will get a one-time grant of 750,000 euros from Israel for launching direct flights between New Delhi and Tel Aviv, which is likely to be launched next month, a senior Israeli official said

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Singapore Airshow: China’s COMAC to deliver first plane in 2021

China's state-owned plane-maker said today it expects to deliver its first home-grown passenger jet to a customer in 2021 as the world's second largest economy seeks to challenge the dominance of Boei

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