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Cash crunch: ATMs in Andhra and Telangana are nearly dry; authorities had flagged problem with New Delhi
As on date, one in every two of the nearly 3000 ATMs in Hyderabad do not have cash.
N Chandrababu Naidu pulls out of NDA, accuses YSR Congress, Jana Sena of 'secret understanding' with BJP to defame TDP
Andhra Pradesh's ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP) on Friday pulled out of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance and was set to move a no-confidence motion against the government over its refusal to grant special category status to the state
Rajya Sabha adjourned till 3 pm after Congress, TDP clash; Lok Sabha stalled over PNB scam, Andhra Pradesh special status
The Rajya Sabha was adjourned till 2 pm on Thursday amid sharp exchanges between former Union minister from the TDP, YS Chowdary, and the Congress members over the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh
TDP members held placards in front of Mahatma Gandhi's statue at Parliament House in support of their demand for special status for Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh special status row: TDP ministers walk out of Modi govt but NDA remains intact; say unfair to say Centre did nothing
However, even as TDP walked out of the government, it signalled that the possibility of a patch up is not ruled out.
Congress says TDP did nothing to protect interests of Andhra Pradesh, decision to pull out of NDA 'too little, too late'
The Congress on Wednesday said that the TDP's decision to pull out of the NDA government at the Centre was "too little, too late"
Telugu Desam Party is likely to withdraw from the Union government with Cabinet Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju and Minister of State YS Chowdhary submitting their resignations on Thursday, media reports said.
UP Investors' Summit: Yogi Adityanath's huge development push is political investment for a Narendra Modi blitzkrieg in 2019
Realising the importance of Uttar Pradesh in 2019 elections, BJP has decided to crank up development with a strategic partnership between the Centre and the state.
Air India, estimated to have a debt burden of more than Rs 50,000 crore, is staying afloat on taxpayers' money and the divestment plan is aimed at reviving the airline's fortunes.
Government mulls options to absorb Air India employees in public sector enterprises ahead of stake sale
The government is exploring options of absorbing Air India employees in public sector enterprises and voluntary retirement package as it moves ahead with the airline's disinvestment.
Nitin Gadkari says India has potential to transform infrastructure with seaplanes, e-highways and electric buses
Clear water bodies dotted with 10,000 seaplanes, 'floating cities' in the form of ocean cruises and electric vehicles zipping on dedicated highway lanes — that's the future as envisioned by Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari
Air India has a debt of more than Rs 52,000 crore and is surviving on a Rs 30,000 crore bailout package extended by UPA govt in 2012
Bureau of Civil Aviation Security Indigo on Friday said it is in the process of responding to the show-cause notice issued by aviation regulator DGCA
The government has given "in-principle" approval for 19 greenfield airports, of which some would be developed through Public Private Partnership (PPP), the Lok Sabha was informed on Thursday.
Air India takes dig at rival Indigo after assault incident: National carrier tweets 'unbeatable service', highlights word 'beat'
With IndiGo facing flak over the assault incident, its rival Air India on took an apparent dig at the country's leading private carrier, promising "Unbeatable Service".
Drones policy: Draft norms stipulate identification number, radio frequency tags; use may be restricted to day time
Currently, aircraft rules do not cover use of drones as well as their sale and purchase.
Under the draft rules, the drones are classified into five categories based on their maximum take-off weight.
Birju Salla, who created a false hijack scare on Mumbai-Delhi Jet Airways flight on Monday, has become the first person to be put on the 'No-Fly' list, according to media reports.
Mumbai-Delhi Jet Airways flight hijack scare: Passenger detained for placing threat note; accused a habitual offender
A Delhi-bound Jet Airways flight from Mumbai was on Monday diverted to the airport in Ahmedabad for "security reasons".
The Congress on Wednesday demanded to know who paid for over 100 trips Narendra Modi made by chartered planes across India and abroad when he was the Gujarat chief minister.