Passengers

Showing of 1 - 20 from 66 results
Passengers - Total results - 66
Uber, Delhi Police integrate apps for live tracking of passenger ride for safe journey; drivers to be issued QR Cards
Business

Uber, Delhi Police integrate apps for live tracking of passenger ride for safe journey; drivers to be issued QR Cards

Uber and Delhi Police distributed over 1,000 Himmat QR Verification Cards to driver partners.

Snooze Fest! ESA explores hibernation tech to send astronauts to distant world, deep space
science

Snooze Fest! ESA explores hibernation tech to send astronauts to distant world, deep space

Researchers are exploring new ways to lower the metabolic rate of astronauts by 75%, similar to some large hibernating animals like bears.

Major relief to train passengers as railway plans to increase number of berths to meet heavy rush during peak seasons
Business

Major relief to train passengers as railway plans to increase number of berths to meet heavy rush during peak seasons

With these measures, the railway is ensuring that more passengers will be able to obtain confirmed tickets.

35 killed, over a dozen injured as minibus falls into gorge in J&K's Kishtwar; Modi expresses grief, Governor announces Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia
India

35 killed, over a dozen injured as minibus falls into gorge in J&K's Kishtwar; Modi expresses grief, Governor announces Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia

At least 35 people died and over a dozen were injured when an overcrowded mini bus skidded off a hilly road and fell into a deep gorge in Jammu and Kashmir's Kishtwar district on Monday morning

Air India announces 'hefty discounts' on last-minute bookings, offer comes as a big respite to passengers
Business

Air India announces 'hefty discounts' on last-minute bookings, offer comes as a big respite to passengers

Air India has decided to sell the very last minutes inventory within three hours of departure at a "hefty discount," the airline said in a statement, without quantifying the discount.

AAI employees to intensify protest against privatisation of six airports; bidders to be finalised on 28 Feb
Business

AAI employees to intensify protest against privatisation of six airports; bidders to be finalised on 28 Feb

Earlier last week, hundreds of AAI employees from across airports in the country observed a three-day relay hunger strike to protest the airport privatisation move.

Markets ignore months of turbulence at IndiGo; but will piloting the airline be easy post Aditya Ghosh's departure?
Business

Markets ignore months of turbulence at IndiGo; but will piloting the airline be easy post Aditya Ghosh's departure?

As IndiGo undergoes changes, navigates hiccups and learns what it's like to be steered by unfamiliar hands, it was perhaps time for Ghosh to quit.

Mumbai airport shutting down runways: It would have smarter to give early warning than causing last-minute chaos
India

Mumbai airport shutting down runways: It would have smarter to give early warning than causing last-minute chaos

Loss to the airlines flying out of the Mumbai airport and the collective destruction of several million manhours by passengers forced to freeze their travel plans is an issue and cannot be wished away.

That stinks: Man arrested in Himachal Pradesh after bus passengers complain of smelly socks
India

That stinks: Man arrested in Himachal Pradesh after bus passengers complain of smelly socks

Indian police arrested a man whose stinky socks caused a showdown on a bus as his fellow passengers protested the pungent odour, an officer said Saturday.

Delhi Metro's steep fare hike has cost it three lakh commuters every day, reveals RTI query
India

Delhi Metro's steep fare hike has cost it three lakh commuters every day, reveals RTI query

Delhi Metro lost over three lakh commuters a day after a steep fare hike came into effect on 10 October, an RTI query has revealed.

Jennifer Lawrence on 2014 nude photo hack: Still processing unbelievably violating ordeal
Entertainment

Jennifer Lawrence on 2014 nude photo hack: Still processing unbelievably violating ordeal

Lawrence had her world turned upside down when personal photos were stolen from her phone during a hacking scandal in 2014.

Tejas Express food poisoning: IRCTC suspends two officials, serves show-cause notice to catering contractor
India

Tejas Express food poisoning: IRCTC suspends two officials, serves show-cause notice to catering contractor

A day after the shocking incident of food poisoning of 24 passengers on board the Goa-Mumbai Tejas Express, the IRCTC on Monday suspended two officials and served a show-cause notice to another, official sources said

Hoax bomb call on China-bound flight creates panic at Indira Gandhi International airport
India

Hoax bomb call on China-bound flight creates panic at Indira Gandhi International airport

A full security alert was declared at the Delhi airport in the early hours on Friday after a hoax call was received claiming that a bomb would go off on a China-bound flight

Himachal Pradesh landslide: 46 killed as buses swept away; rescue operations to restart on Monday
India

Himachal Pradesh landslide: 46 killed as buses swept away; rescue operations to restart on Monday

A massive landslide buried two Himachal Pradesh roadways buses, killing at least 46 people and injuring several others at Kotpuri near Padhar on the Mandi–Pathankot national highway today, officials said

Leaked feature indicates that Apple may be preparing to release 4K HDR videos on iTunes
News & Analysis

Leaked feature indicates that Apple may be preparing to release 4K HDR videos on iTunes

Few Apple users in the UK spotted a 4K HDR listing for recently-purchased films on iTunes.

US lifts electronics ban on flights from Istanbul to the US
News & Analysis

US lifts electronics ban on flights from Istanbul to the US

Passengers on flights from Istanbul to destinations in the US were on 5 July, 2017 allowed to carry electronic devices.

Air India flight takes off with faulty ACs; flyers' complaints go unheard even after flight lands
India

Air India flight takes off with faulty ACs; flyers' complaints go unheard even after flight lands

The air conditioning system of a Delhi-bound Air India flight from Bagdogra Sunday malfunctioned, leading to protests from the passengers

Ravindra Gaikwad's ban from airlines: Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan pitches for amicable resolution
Politics

Ravindra Gaikwad's ban from airlines: Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan pitches for amicable resolution

New Delhi: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Monday pitched for an amicable resolution of the issue involving domestic airlines' blanket ban on Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad.

Ravindra Gaikwad's ban from airlines: DGCA needs institutional mechanisms to fight hooliganism
India

Ravindra Gaikwad's ban from airlines: DGCA needs institutional mechanisms to fight hooliganism

Shiv Sena’s Ravindra Gaikwad was banned from all domestic flights on Friday, after Air India and private airlines united and barred him from coming on board.