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Travel Industry Expected To Make a Comeback After Autumn-Winter

BY SIDDHI JAIN With global travel strictly on hold and most wish-list destinations reeling under severe Coronavirus impact, tourism is one of the most most-affected...

COVID-19: How Will The Hospitality Industry Revive?

By Puja Gupta Many experts and foreign agencies worldwide are taking the stand that the COVID-19 pandemic is the most challenging crisis the world has...

AI’s divestment process takes-off, govt to off-load 76% stake

The divestment process of the flag carrier Air India (AI) took-off, after the government invited "Expression of Interest" to off-load 76 per cent stake and management control of...

Indian-Origin Child Prodigy : 14 Year Old Becomes the Youngest Pilot to Fly a Single-engine Plane

Sharjah, September 8, 2017 : An Indian-origin teenager based in Sharjah has become a part of the list of the youngest pilot to fly a single-engine...

Indian-origin Man was found Guilty of bribing Mexican Officials to secure Contracts

New York, December 29, 2016: An Indian-origin man was found guilty of bribing Mexican officials to secure contracts, Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell has...

Son of Nigerian Immigrant Anthony Oshinuga Fulfills his childhood Dream of Flying Aircraft

Oshinuga began his pilot training 8 years ago and earned his commercial flying license in 2013 He runs a small tour company called...

Union Cabinet chaired by PM Modi approves signing of Air Services Agreement between India and Fiji

NEW DELHI, August 24, 2016: The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for signing of new Air...

Boeing revises India aircraft forecast to 1,850 new Jets over 20 Years

In March 2016, the company had forecasted that demand from India would add up to orders for 1,740 planes over 20 years Boeing...

New York City’s first municipal airport ‘Floyd Bennett Field’ now lies in ruins

During World War II, much of Floyd Bennett Field became a Naval Air Station Amelia Earhart, was the first female pilot to fly...

Malaysian airline tycoon Tony Fernandes applies for Special Indian Citizenship

Malaysia: Malaysian airline tycoon Tony Fernandes said he applied for a special form of Indian citizenship that would allow him to evade aviation rules restricting...

Air India to fly all-women operated flight this International Women’s Day

New Delhi (dpa) - India's state airline Air India is operating what it claims to be the world's longest flight staffed only by women...

Modi government grants approval to set up 15 Greenfield airports in the country

By NewsGram Staff Writer Narendra Modi led government has granted "in principle" approval for setting up of 15 Greenfield airports in the country, Minister of State for...

Nepal bans drones in its skies; fears leakage of sensitive information

By NewsGram Staff Writer Following the deadly April 25 earthquake, Nepal has banned drones in its skies. Reportedly, the country is apprehensive that drones may...

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Women are more likely to have heart disease following a childhood that involved maltreatment including physical abuse, sexual abuse, or neglect, warns researchers. The findings,...

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