WI Vs IND | 1st Test Aug 22, 2019
WI 189/8 (59.0)
SL Vs NZ | 2nd Test Aug 22, 2019
SL 144/6 (66.0)
ENG Vs AUS | 3rd Test Aug 22, 2019
AUS 171/6 (57.0)
IR Vs IB | Match 2 Aug 23, 2019
IR 163/2 (68.0)
Latest News on M Sathiyavathy
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M Sathiyavathy - Total results - 7
Jun 22, 2017
NITI Aayog's employment task force may suggest overhaul of data collection for policy makingThe task force on employment data, headed by NITI Aayog Vice-Chairman Arvind Panagariya, is likely to recommend a complete revamp of the country's data collection system
Jun 14, 2016
Lower fee structure for excess baggage pushed to 1 July: DGCADGCA said on Tuesday that the implementation of lower fee structure for excess checked-in baggage carried by fliers has been deferred to 1 July.
Apr 15, 2016
Govt got shareholder pact in Jet-Etihad deal amended, why did it slacken in AirAsia's case?India's airline industry is notorious for taking care of its own and hounding out new entrants. Some powerful airline promoters are known to actually influence key policy decisions, leaving the less-powerful rivals in a quandary. So when these powerful airline promoters join hands to hound out a newbie, it is really no surprise.
Apr 24, 2015
DGCA panel looking into norms for checking pilots' healthThe DGCA head also denied that national carrier Air India was given any dispensation as far as operating flights with less than required number of cabin crew was concerned.
Apr 24, 2015
DGCA is right: An upgraded safety record doesn't mean India can afford to get complacent nowThe DGCA also hinted that some pilots found wanting in proficiency checks have been issued notices and that she has begun re-certifying flying training schools and non-scheduled airlines as well.
Jan 06, 2015
M Sathiyavathy takes over as first woman DGCAArray
Dec 31, 2014
Woman IAS officer to head DGCA for the first timeThe 56-year-old Sathiyavathy, who will succeed Prabhat Kumar, will be the first woman to become the chief aviation regulator, official sources said, adding that the formal order is likely to be issued tomorrow.