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CSAT controversy: UPSC to go ahead with 2014 <strong>civil</strong> services prelims, begins issuing admit cards

CSAT controversy: UPSC to go ahead with 2014 civil services prelims, begins issuing admit cards

25 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Amid uncertainty over the change in pattern of civil services examination, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has started issuing admit cards to the aspirants for the preliminary exam scheduled to be held on August 24.

Union Public Service Commission,   UPSC exam,   UPSC admit cards,   civil services prelims 2014,   Civil Services Aptitude Test,   CSAT,   IAS exam 2014 ,  
<strong>Civil</strong> <strong>Aviation</strong> Minister rules out privatisation of Air India

Civil Aviation Minister rules out privatisation of Air India

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Ruling out privatisation of Air India, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Wednesday said several decisions like that on aircraft purchases were "forced" on it and taken without commercial planning in mind.

Air India,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   privatization Air India,   Star Alliance,  
Plane with 116 on board has crashed: Algerian <strong>aviation</strong> official

Plane with 116 on board has crashed: Algerian aviation official

24 Jul 2014

Algiers: An Air Algerie flight crashed on Thursday en route from Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso to Algiers with 110 passengers on board, an Algerian aviation official said.

Air Algerie flight,   Ouagadougou,   Burkina Faso,   Spanish airline company,   Swiftair,   AH 5017,  
FAA lifts ban on flights to Israel

FAA lifts ban on flights to Israel

24 Jul 2014

Washington: America's aviation authority has lifted a ban on US flights to Israel, which was imposed due to concern over the risk of planes being hit by Hamas rockets.

FAA,   America's aviation authority,   flights to Israel,   Federal Aviation Administration,   Ben Gurion International Airport ,  
No Indian on board ill-fated Malaysian plane: <strong>Aviation</strong> Minister

No Indian on board ill-fated Malaysian plane: Aviation Minister

18 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Terming as ‘unfortunate’ the loss of lives in the Malaysian airline tragedy, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Friday said there was no Indian on board the plane.

Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   Malaysian plane,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Malaysian plane blast,   Malaysian plane in Ukraine ,  
Gajapathi Raju takes charge as <strong>Civil</strong> <strong>Aviation</strong> Minister

Gajapathi Raju takes charge as Civil Aviation Minister

29 May 2014

New Delhi: Senior TDP leader Pusapati Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Thursday took charge as the new Civil Aviation Minister, assuring that he would strive to create a level- playing field for all players in the crucial infrastructure sector.

Pusapati Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Rajiv Gandhi Bhavan,   civil aviation industry,   ,  
Airlines cancel flights to Israel over Gaza rocket threat

Airlines cancel flights to Israel over Gaza rocket threat

23 Jul 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: Several international airlines on Wednesday halted flights to Israel indefinitely, citing security concerns as high-level diplomatic efforts failed to yield any result to end the 16-day conflict that has killed 640 Palestinians and 31 Israelis.

Airlines cancel flights,   Israel,   Gaza rocket threat,   Delta,   America's Federal Aviation Administration,   ,  
<strong>Aviation</strong> <strong>industry</strong> in India is small, says AirAsia CEO

Aviation industry in India is small, says AirAsia CEO

03 Jul 2014

Bangalore: AirAsia Group Chief Executive officer Tony Fernandes on Thursday said the aviation industry in the country is very small considering the population and potential tourism market that India has.

AirAsia,  Aviation industry,   Tony Fernandes,   Tata,   Ramadorai,  
India expects 400 million air passengers by 2020: <strong>Civil</strong> <strong>Aviation</strong> Minister

India expects 400 million air passengers by 2020: Civil Aviation Minister

30 Jun 2014

Jaipur: India has witnessed a growth in number of air travelers due to liberal aviation policy and entry of small air carrier, and is likely to touch 400 million mark by 2020, Civil Aviation Minister P Ashok Gajapathi Raju said.

air travelers,   air carrier,   Civil Aviation Minister,   P Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   GM Siddeshwara,  
Home Ministry keen to take over security of Indian airports

Home Ministry keen to take over security of Indian airports

03 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Home Ministry is keen that it should be the nodal agency to look after the crucial issue of security of airports in the country instead of the Civil Aviation Ministry.

International Civil Aviation Organization,   Home Ministry,   security of Indian airports,   Civil Aviation Ministry,   Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh ,  

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