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Cancellations, confusion continue on Day 2 of domestic operations; 325 departures till 5 pm, flights remain suspended in Bengal
India

Cancellations, confusion continue on Day 2 of domestic operations; 325 departures till 5 pm, flights remain suspended in Bengal

Airports across the country handled 325 departures and 283 arrivals with 41,673 passengers till 5 pm on Tuesday even as flight cancellations continued with passengers facing difficulties

Domestic flights to resume from 25 May: Govt can dictate fare capping to private airlines only if it provides discounts on fuel, other charges
Business

Domestic flights to resume from 25 May: Govt can dictate fare capping to private airlines only if it provides discounts on fuel, other charges

The government will regulate fares and it will be in a fixed range with a minimum and a maximum fare already set for the route. Aviation experts wonder who gave the government advice on this matter.

Baggage sanitisation, thermal screening, Aarogya Setu must except for kids under 14: AAI issues SOPs for airlines, passengers
India

Baggage sanitisation, thermal screening, Aarogya Setu must except for kids under 14: AAI issues SOPs for airlines, passengers

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has issued the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that needs to be followed by airlines and flyers the day after the government announced that domestic flights would resume from 25 May.

Coronavirus Outbreak: AAI secretary general Pramod Chandurkar manufacturing PPE kits at archery equipment factory
Sports

Coronavirus Outbreak: AAI secretary general Pramod Chandurkar manufacturing PPE kits at archery equipment factory

Chandurkar, who coached India team to the Asian Cup gold in 1989, also owns a company, Ruth India, which manufactures archery equipment and sportswear

Coronavirus Outbreak: AAI working with Sports Ministry to facilitate treatment of three-time Olympian Limba Ram amidst pandemic
Sports

Coronavirus Outbreak: AAI working with Sports Ministry to facilitate treatment of three-time Olympian Limba Ram amidst pandemic

Limba Ram has developed swelling in both his legs after his injections could not be administered due to the ongoing nationwide lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic

Coronavirus Outbreak: Archery Association of India to start online lessons for coaches, players during lockdown
Sports

Coronavirus Outbreak: Archery Association of India to start online lessons for coaches, players during lockdown

There will be a coach development programme and sports science lectures on physiology, biochemistry, strength-conditioning, nutrition and doping among others till 12 May

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Deepika Kumari hopes Archery Association of India learns from mistakes after lifting of suspension
Sports

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Deepika Kumari hopes Archery Association of India learns from mistakes after lifting of suspension

Newly-elected AAI president Arjun Munda, who defeated BVP Rao for the top post, also reacted with excitement to the lifting of suspension by World Archery

Battle for MIAL: Arbitration tribunal restrains Adanis from buying Bidvest stake; GVK asked to compensate South African partner
Business

Battle for MIAL: Arbitration tribunal restrains Adanis from buying Bidvest stake; GVK asked to compensate South African partner

The Bombay High Court had late October asked GVK to close the deal by 7 November 2019 in the third extension to arrange the Rs 1,248-crore or Rs 77 a share for the deal, valuing MIAL at Rs 9,500 crore.

Union minister Arjun Munda elected as president of Archery Association of India
Sports

Union minister Arjun Munda elected as president of Archery Association of India

Munda's entire panel secured majority share of votes and were elected for a full tenure of four years.

AAI suspension, factionalism overshadows stellar 2019 show by Indian archers in build-up to Tokyo Olympics
Sports

AAI suspension, factionalism overshadows stellar 2019 show by Indian archers in build-up to Tokyo Olympics

Suspension, internal mudslinging and factionalism overshadowed some stellar performances by Indian archers as the sport went from bad to worse with just a few months left for Tokyo Olympics in an eventful 2019.

Heavy fog engulfs most parts of Kashmir for fourth consecutive day; primary schools closed in Valley, flight operations disrupted at Srinagar airport
India

Heavy fog engulfs most parts of Kashmir for fourth consecutive day; primary schools closed in Valley, flight operations disrupted at Srinagar airport

Thick layer of fog engulfed most parts of Valley for fourth consecutive day on Monday, affecting visibility and causing problems to people, especially motorists

Nine flights cancelled after heavy fog engulfs Srinagar airport; visibility limited to around 600 metres, says AAI official
India

Nine flights cancelled after heavy fog engulfs Srinagar airport; visibility limited to around 600 metres, says AAI official

The fog also disrupted the air traffic to and fro Srinagar as no flight operations took place because of the poor visibility, the AAI official added

Sports minister Kiren Rijiju urges national federations to avoid doing anything which might lead to suspension
Sports

Sports minister Kiren Rijiju urges national federations to avoid doing anything which might lead to suspension

Lamenting that archers Deepika Kumari and Ankita Bhakat were forced to compete under the IOC flag, sports minister Kiren Rijiju on Thursday urged national federations to not be involved in anything that leads to their suspension.

Adani Enterprises arm to invest Rs 10,000 cr in airport business; projects to start revenue generation from next year
Business

Adani Enterprises arm to invest Rs 10,000 cr in airport business; projects to start revenue generation from next year

The government last month said the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has issued letters of award for handing over Ahmedabad, Lucknow and Mangaluru airports to Adani Enterprises Ltd after the Cabinet nod.

Adani Group adds yet another revenue stream, sets up new company to manage airport businesses
Business

Adani Group adds yet another revenue stream, sets up new company to manage airport businesses

Adani Airports Ltd is incorporated in India and registered with the Registrar of Companies at Ahmedabad in Gujarat on 2 August.

DGCA detects flaws in runway maintenance work at Ahmedabad airport, AAI fails to act despite incriminating vigilance report
India

DGCA detects flaws in runway maintenance work at Ahmedabad airport, AAI fails to act despite incriminating vigilance report

The shoddy maintenance work at the airport in the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi jeopardises the safety of passengers with flights being operated under challenging circumstances.

India must spend $200 bn on infrastructure annually; harnessing private investment a challenge, reveals Economic Survey
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India must spend $200 bn on infrastructure annually; harnessing private investment a challenge, reveals Economic Survey

India needs to almost double its annual spending on infrastructure at $200 billion and the real challenge lies in harnessing private investment, said the Economic Survey 2018-19 tabled in Parliament on Thursday

World Archery gives one-month ultimatum to Archery Association of India: Clear mess or face suspension
Sports

World Archery gives one-month ultimatum to Archery Association of India: Clear mess or face suspension

World Archery has given Archery Association of India a month's time to fix administrative issues while formulating an ad-hoc panel.

Cyclone Vayu: Gujarat out of danger, says Vijay Rupani, announces monetary aid for those evacuated; schools to reopen tomorrow
India

Cyclone Vayu: Gujarat out of danger, says Vijay Rupani, announces monetary aid for those evacuated; schools to reopen tomorrow

Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani said on Friday that transport has resumed in the state and people who were living in camps can now go back to their houses

World Archery to decide Indian association's fate after warring factions elect two different presidents
Sports

World Archery to decide Indian association's fate after warring factions elect two different presidents

The 15-member executive board of World Archery headed by its president Ugur Erdener will vote whether to suspend Archery Association of India or not after evaluating the reports submitted by the two parallel elected bodies of the AAI.