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Austerity drive: No first class <strong>air</strong> travel for bureaucrats

Austerity drive: No first class air travel for bureaucrats

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Unveiling an austerity drive to trim fiscal deficit, the government on Thursday has banned first class air travel for bureaucrats, meetings in five-star hotels and purchase of cars while freezing new appointments.

Government,   austerity drive,   GDP,   Finance Ministry,   Indian economy,   first class air travel,   five-star hotel meeting,   ,  
 Karnataka doctors withdraw resignations, end <strong>strike</strong>

Karnataka doctors withdraw resignations, end strike

30 Oct 2014

Bangalore: About 2,600 government doctors, including specialists, across Karnataka on Wednesday agreed to withdraw their resignation letters and call off their protest following assurances by the state government that their demands will be fulfilled soon.

Karnataka,   Karnataka State Government,   Government Doctors,   Health Minister,   UT Khader,   ,  
Volkswagen's China JV recalls cars over <strong>air</strong> bag

Volkswagen's China JV recalls cars over air bag

30 Oct 2014

Shanghai: FAW-Volkswagen Automobile Ltd, a joint venture of Volkswagen AG and a Chinese state-owned carmaker, will recall 270,635 Audi cars in China to fix a problem with air bag software, China's quality watchdog said on Wednesday.

Volkswagen,   Volkswagen's China JV,   Automobile,   Audi China,  
AirAsia plans to induct 10 more aircraft next year

AirAsia plans to induct 10 more aircraft next year

28 Oct 2014

Bangalore: Budget carrier AirAsia plans to induct 10 more aircraft next year that would take the strength of its fleet to 15.

Budget carrier,   Air Asia,   Air Asia plans,   Aircraft,   Aircraft,   Air Asia CEO,   Mittu Chandilya,  
Australia launches first <strong>air</strong> <strong>strike</strong> on IS

Australia launches first air strike on IS

09 Oct 2014

Sydney: An F-18 Super Hornet fighter jet has launched Australia's first attack against the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq, dropping two bombs on a militant facility, defence department said Thursday.

ISIS,   IS militants,   Australia,   Syria,   Iraq,   Air strike,   US air strike,   Islamic state,  
Modi glad with 'wonderful' response to his radio address

Modi glad with 'wonderful' response to his radio address

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday appreciated the views received from people before his second round of 'Mann Ki Baat' radio address which would be aired on coming Sunday.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Mann Ki Baat,   Modi on radio,   Modi radio address,   MyGov,   Swachh Bharat abhiyan,   Modi,   All India Radio,   AIR,  
<strong>Air</strong> India evaluating leasing fuel-efficient airplanes

Air India evaluating leasing fuel-efficient airplanes

26 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Aiming at taking growing competition head-on, Air India is evaluating leasing fuel-efficient airplanes like Airbus A-320 neos for itself and Boeing 737 Max for its subsidiary Air India Express over the next three to six years.

Air India,   fuel efficient airplanes,   Airbus A-320 neos,   Boeing 737 Max,   Air India Express,  
<strong>AIR</strong> clarifies; says committed to conserve regional languages

AIR clarifies; says committed to conserve regional languages

25 Oct 2014

Chennai: Amidst growing voices accusing the union government of trying to "impose" Hindi through the state-run radio service, All India Radio on Saturday said it was "committed to conserve, enrich and promote regional languages."

All India Radio,   AIR Chennai,   Chennai,   AIR,   regional languages,   Hindi,   Tamil language,  
<strong>AIR</strong> launches 'WhatsApp' number for overseas audience

AIR launches 'WhatsApp' number for overseas audience

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In a bid to stay connected with overseas audience, All India Radio (AIR) has launched a 'WhatsApp' number for its Urdu service. The new service was launched on the occasion of Diwali on October 23, a statement here said.

AIR,   launch,   WhatsApp,   whatsapp number,   overseas audience,   All India Radio,  
Separatist <strong>strike</strong> hits Kashmir Valley

Separatist strike hits Kashmir Valley

23 Oct 2014

Srinagar: A shutdown called by separatists affected life here and in the Kashmir Valley on Thursday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi flew into Jammu and Kashmir.

BSF,   Pakistani Rangers,   Diwali,   Loc,   Ceasefire violations,   Ashok Kumar,   Separatist,   Narendra Modi,   Siachen Glacier,  

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