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Air India issues gag order on employees, warns of 'action' for interaction with media sans CMD's prior approval
Business

Air India issues gag order on employees, warns of 'action' for interaction with media sans CMD's prior approval

The communication also comes against the backdrop of instances where representatives of some Air India unions publicly criticised efforts to privatise the loss-making airline.

In-flight connectivity licence norms to be approved by October this year: Report
News & Analysis

In-flight connectivity licence norms to be approved by October this year: Report

Experts say that it will take a lot of time for Indian carriers to launch in-flight connectivity.

He's back: 'Hitler' loses his cool after Nawaz Sharif announces his imminent return to Pakistan
World

He's back: 'Hitler' loses his cool after Nawaz Sharif announces his imminent return to Pakistan

Hitler angrily reacts to everything on the internet. He has now reacted to the return of Nawaz Sharif before the Pakistan elections.

On 'anniversary' of failed coup, mobile users in Turkey get voice message from president Erdogan
World

On 'anniversary' of failed coup, mobile users in Turkey get voice message from president Erdogan

When making a social phone call, you don't expect to hear the voice of the head of state. But mobile phone users in Turkey were surprised to hear a voice message by president Recep Tayyip Erdogan when placing a call around midnight on the anniversary of the failed 15 July coup

Gujarat High Court ruling opens doors to legal changes, recognise rights of voluntary sex workers
India

Gujarat High Court ruling opens doors to legal changes, recognise rights of voluntary sex workers

The Gujarat High Court in its latest judgment provided a caveat that in cases where sex work is voluntary Section 370 of the Indian Penal Code would not apply, thus opening the doors to make more sustainable changes in the legal arena for sex workers

Rajinikanth, Tendulkar, Modi: Are Indians prone to 'Celebrity Worship Syndrome'?
Entertainment

Rajinikanth, Tendulkar, Modi: Are Indians prone to 'Celebrity Worship Syndrome'?

Psychologists have been discovering evidence to prove that celebrity worship in its extreme form is linked to poor mental health.