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Government rejects BP's application for selling <strong>aviation</strong> turbine fuel

Government rejects BP's application for selling aviation turbine fuel

20 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Government has rejected BP plc's application for selling jet fuel to airlines on the ground that its investment does not qualify to get a retailing licence, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Monday.

Government,   Oil Minister,   Dharmendra Pradhan,   Lok Shabah,   BP Exploration,   Alpha,   ATF,   Aviation turbine fuel,   Etailing licence,   Latest Business News,  
General insurance <strong>industry</strong> growth slows to 3-year low at 9.3 percent this fiscal

General insurance industry growth slows to 3-year low at 9.3 percent this fiscal

20 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Subdued new premium growth due to poor auto sales and lack of new projects have dented the general insurance industry's business expansion in FY 2015 to a three-year low of 9.3 percent at Rs 84,715 crore, according to provisional data.

general insurance industry growth,   FY 2015,   fiscal 2015,   auto sales,   General Insurance Council,   R Chandrasekaran,   health sector,   latest business news,  
 Sonali Bendre to turn producer with a Marathi film?

Sonali Bendre to turn producer with a Marathi film?

20 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Over a decade ago, Sonali Bendre was seen in Amol Palekar's Marathi film, 'Anahat' (2003) and then in a blockbuster item number 'Chham chham karta hai' from 'Aga Bai Arrecha' (2004).

Sonali Bendre,   Bollywood producer,   Marathi film,   Marathi film industry,   Bollywood actress,   Latest entertainment news ,  
Government owes around Rs 600 crore to Air India for VVIP travel

Government owes around Rs 600 crore to Air India for VVIP travel

16 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Government owes around Rs 600 crore to Air India for using its aircraft for travel of VVIPs.

Government,   Air India,   Air India aircraft,   VVIP travel,   Air India loss,   Air India revenue,   Civil Aviation ,  
Babus need government nod before accepting gifts of over Rs 5,000

Babus need government nod before accepting gifts of over Rs 5,000

19 Apr 2015

New Delhi: IAS and IPS officers will now need to take prior permission from the Union government before accepting gifts, including free transportation, boarding and lodging, worth more than Rs 5,000.

All India Service Rules,   DoPT,   Union Government,   Civil Services,   Latest Nation News ,  
Air India aircraft purchase: Supreme Court seeks probe report from CBI

Air India aircraft purchase: Supreme Court seeks probe report from CBI

15 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked CBI to apprise it of the status of its probe, if any, into alleged irregularities in purchase or hiring of 111 aircraft for Air India that had cost about Rs 70,000 crores to it during the tenure of  Praful Patel as the Civil Aviation Minister.

Air India,   Aircraft purchase,   Supreme Court,   CBI,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Praful Patel,   Chief Justice H L Dattu,   Prashant Bhushan,   Latest Nation News,  
I carry matchbox in flights, confesses <strong>Civil</strong> <strong>Aviation</strong> Minister

I carry matchbox in flights, confesses Civil Aviation Minister

07 Apr 2015

New Delhi: In clear violation of rules, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju, a chain smoker, carries matchboxes with him on flights since he is not subjected to frisking.

Civil Aviation Minister,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   Chain smoker,   Matchbox,   Plane security,   Airpot security,   Airport frisking ,  
Talk of privatising Air India too premature: Board

Talk of privatising Air India too premature: Board

12 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Any talk of privatising Air India would be "premature" at this stage even as there is a need to re-visit its Turnaround Plan (TAP) in view of the changing micro-economic situation, top sources in Air India Board have said.

Air India,   Air India Board,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   Latest News ,  
Saudi Arabia bars Pakistani plane from entering airspace

Saudi Arabia bars Pakistani plane from entering airspace

10 Apr 2015

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia on Friday prevented a Pakistani airplane from entering its airspace, citing safety reasons media reported.

Saudi Arabia,   Pakistani plane,   Airspace,   Riyadh,   Shaheen Air flight,   Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation,  
New <strong>civil</strong> <strong>aviation</strong> policy to be finalised shortly: Minister

New civil aviation policy to be finalised shortly: Minister

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Government is likely to finalise the new civil aviation policy shortly, Minister of State for civil aviation Mahesh Sharma said on Thursday.

Mahesh Sharma ,   civil aviation policy,   civil aviation ministry,   Draft Civil Aviation policy ,  

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