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513 domestic flights carrying over 39,900 passengers operated on Friday, informs Hardeep Singh Puri

Hardeep Singh Puri assured that the aviation sector would recover fast, owing to a huge captive market.

“I am fully hopeful that we will restart international flights before August or September”, says Civil Aviation Minister

Hardeep Singh Puri said that international flights will resume by August or September, or even before depending in situation

Domestic flights to begin operations from May 25 in a calibrated manner: Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri

The Union Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri added that all the standard operating protocols (SOPs) for passenger movement is also being separately issued by the Ministry of Civil Aviation.

India to operate 64 flights to bring back Indians stranded in 12 countries, passengers to bear the cost

The Ministry of External Affairs has prepared a chart for the evacuation of 14,800 Indian nationals who are stranded in 12 foreign countries by 64 flights

As West Bengal records its first coronavirus death, CM Mamata Banerjee blames centre for not helping the state to maintain quarantine protocol

West Bengal reported its first Coronavirus death on March 23 (Monday) as a 55-year-old railway employee passed away.

183 incidents of drones flying around border areas reported: Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri

As per information received, 183 incidents of flying of drones have been observed on the borders

Mobility projects in Delhi stuck due to non-cooperation of Delhi government, says Minister Hardeep Singh Puri

Centre has claimed it has fully funded the newly inaugurated ITO skywalk in Delhi

In 4 years, Modi Sarkar has approved 240% more urban houses than 10 years of UPA

The Modi government has sanctioned 45.86 lakh urban houses for the poor so far

Central Govt asks States to explore possibility of using consent-based Aadhaar to track benami properties

The intention is to prevent and identify benami or fraudulent transactions

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Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh apologizes for casteist remark against Yuzvendra Chahal

Yuvraj Singh took to Twitter and expressed regret for the comment which was made during a conversation with Rohit Sharma.

Darbhanga, Bihar: Massive explosion in one Nazir’s house, locals suspect bombs and not firecrackers responsible for blast

Local residents in Darbhanga claimed that the explosion took place at Nazir's house while making bombs and not due to fire crackers.

Markaz management deliberately disregarded police instructions to send back its members, central govt tells SC

Markaz management did not inform about the Tablighi Jamaat gathering to authorities, centre tells SC in affidavit

Meerut police find that more than 13000 phones of Chinese manufacturer Vivo operating on single IMEI number, case registered against the company

When one Meerut Police officer gave his phone to cyber cell for checking, they found that more than 13000 phones have same IMEI number

Central audit team finds JNU officials guilty of committing fraud worth Rs 57 lakhs in the financial year 2017-2018

The DGCAE has recommended that criminal cases be lodged against the JNU officials for availing LTCs using fake bills.

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GoAir fires trainee officer Asif Khan after screenshots of his Hinduphobic comment went viral on social media

GoAir has terminated the employment of one Asif Khan after his anti-Hindu offensive comments on social media went viral.

“Your mother was Hindu, how can we trust you?” Read shocking revelations by the niece of Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his family refused to believe the niece's allegations stating that they cannot trust the daughter of a Hindu.

One suspect arrested in Kerala pregnant elephant death case, autopsy report reveals she could not eat for two weeks after cracker explosion in mouth

The forest department in Kerala has arrested one suspect in the case of death of a pregnant wild elephant in Kerala

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