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Ashwani Lohani, ex-Railway Board head, appointed chairman of Air India; second stint as chief of national carrier
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Ashwani Lohani, ex-Railway Board head, appointed chairman of Air India; second stint as chief of national carrier

Ashwani Lohani's first tenure as chief in national carrier Air India was from August 2015 to August 2017

Kapil Sibal defends presence at EVM hackathon event in London, says media must verify claims made by Syed Shuja
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Kapil Sibal defends presence at EVM hackathon event in London, says media must verify claims made by Syed Shuja

Sibal said that he was invited by his friend Ashish Ray — who is the president of IJA — to attend the event, for which he said invites were sent to all political parties. Sibal said that he was to do some personal work in the UK on the same day and thus decided to attend the event which promised to make some important revelations as per the email sent out to him by the organisers.

Air India gets a breather: Beleagured airline gets Rs 2,100 cr as guaranteed borrowing from govt
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Air India gets a breather: Beleagured airline gets Rs 2,100 cr as guaranteed borrowing from govt

The government has guaranteed borrowing of Rs 100 crore to Air India, said RN Choubey, Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) according to a media report.

Govt has taken host of reforms, but could have done much more over past four years: EAC-PM member Shamika Ravi
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Govt has taken host of reforms, but could have done much more over past four years: EAC-PM member Shamika Ravi

Shamika Ravi emphasised that India will have made its manufacturing sector attractive to compete in global markets

Delhi court acquits Dal Khalsa activists Tajinder Pal Singh and Satnam Singh in 1981 Air India hijack case
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Delhi court acquits Dal Khalsa activists Tajinder Pal Singh and Satnam Singh in 1981 Air India hijack case

Additional Sessions Judge of Delhi's Patiala House Court, granted the relief to Tajinder Pal Singh and Satnam Singh who were accused of allegedly hijacking an Air India plane from New Delhi en route to Srinagar via Amritsar and forcing it to land at Lahore, Pakistan in 1981.