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Understanding between India, Japan on <strong>civil</strong> Nuclear deal has improved: PM

Understanding between India, Japan on civil Nuclear deal has improved: PM

02 Sep 2014

Tokyo: The ‘understanding’ between India and Japan on civil nuclear issue has ‘improved’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, after talks with his counterpart Shinzo Abe even as the much-anticipated deal remained elusive.

Modi in Japan,   Indian Japan nuclear deal,   Narendra Modi,   Shinzo Abe,   Nuclear Energy deal,  
New secretaries appointed for <strong>Civil</strong> <strong>Aviation</strong>, Steel Ministries

New secretaries appointed for Civil Aviation, Steel Ministries

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Senior IAS officers V Somasundaran and Rakesh Singh were appointed as new secretaries in Ministries of Civil Aviation and Steel respectively on Thursday.

Civil Aviation,   Steel Ministries,   V Somasndaran,   Rakesh Singh,   Appointments Committee of Cabinet,   Department of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship,  
Japanese <strong>industry</strong> sees better ties with India under Modi as PM

Japanese industry sees better ties with India under Modi as PM

01 Sep 2014

Tokyo: Having worked with him as Gujarat Chief Minister, Japanese industry on Monday expressed confidence that under the Prime Ministership of Narendra Modi, the bilateral relations will witness enhancement as they showed interest in working their Indian counterparts.

arendra Modi,   Modi Japan visit,   Indo-Japan ties,   BJP,   Modi in Japan,  
China asks Microsoft to explain monopoly charges

China asks Microsoft to explain monopoly charges

01 Sep 2014

Beijing: Microsoft vice-president David Chen and other staff members have been questioned by a special Chinese investigation team on the world's largest software company's alleged monopoly activities in China and asked the firm to provide a written explanation within 20 days.

Microsoft vice-president,   David Chen,   China,   Chinese investigation team,   State Administration for Industry & Commerce,   Microsoft ,  
Chennai airport gets another threat call, security intensified

Chennai airport gets another threat call, security intensified

27 Aug 2014

Chennai: For the second time in two days the Airport here received a bomb threat call on Wednesday, following which security was intensified and checks carried out at over 20 areas in the premises, police said.

Chennai airport,   security intensified,   Director of Chennai Airport,   Bureau of Civil Aviation Security,   Nagapattinam ,  
Naidu offers to slash sales tax on jet fuel to about one percent

Naidu offers to slash sales tax on jet fuel to about one percent

26 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday met top airline officials here seeking better air connectivity to the Seemandhra region and offered to slash sales tax on jet fuel to about one percent.

Andhra Pradesh,   N Chandrababu Naidu,   Seemandhra,   Civil Aviation,   P Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   tax on jet fuel,  
IAF Chief Arup Raha inaugurates 54th annual conference of ISAM

IAF Chief Arup Raha inaugurates 54th annual conference of ISAM

23 Aug 2014

Bangalore: Chief of Indian Air Force (IAF), Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha inaugurated the 54th annual conference of Indian Society of Aerospace Medicine (ISAM) in Bangalore.

IAF,   Arup Raha,   ISAM,   Indian Army,   Aviation Industry,   Inaugural Ceremony ,  
<strong>Aviation</strong> safety: FAA team to visit India

Aviation safety: FAA team to visit India

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) team would soon visit India to review the steps taken by DGCA to address the deficiencies in India's aviation safety mechanism, which was downgraded by US regulator early this year.

Federal Aviation Administration,   DGCA,   Civil Aviation Minister,   P Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   ,  
IndiGo losing senior pilots, 40 commanders quit in one year

IndiGo losing senior pilots, 40 commanders quit in one year

24 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Low-cost carrier IndiGo, which lost its market share by a percent in July to 30.7 percent, has also lost as many as 40 commanders or senior pilots mainly to Gulf carriers in the last one year.

IndiGo,   Gulf carriers,   airline,   Aditya Ghosh,   DGCA,   Directorate General of Civil Aviation,   Emirates,   Qatar Airways,  
Government mulling strategy to boost performance of airlines: Gajapathi Raju

Government mulling strategy to boost performance of airlines: Gajapathi Raju

24 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Concerned over "unsatisfactory performance" of Indian airlines in taking on foreign competition, the government is considering a new strategy to motivate them to perform and take away overseas flying rights of those who fail to do so.

Indian airlines,   Civil Aviation,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   Indian carriers,   Kingfisher Airlines,  

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