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25 September, 2017 3:12 PM India likely to be 7th largest source of visitors into Australia

India is expected to be the seventh largest source market for visitor arrivals into Australia by 2025, a senior Tourism Australia official today said. The country is already on the way of achieving its 2020 target of three lakh visitors from India in 2017. "India is expected to be among top seven inbound markets for Australia by 2025. It could be the seventh 41

20 September, 2017 12:38 AM Some airlines allow Mexico City travelers to change tickets without paying fees

Some airlines are allowing Mexico City travelers to change their tickets without paying fees after a deadly and powerful earthquake measuring 7.1 rocked central Mexico on Tuesday. Delta Air Lines is waiving change fees for travelers with tickets to, from or through Mexico City on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to its website. American Airlines and United 26

16 September, 2017 3:38 PM Singapore Air eyes ‘fly-cruise’ travellers

Malaysia, Thailand are among popular destinations for Indians seeking to experience a sea voyage As more young Indians take to global travel, Singapore Airlines, Southeast Asia’s biggest carrier, is planning to cash in on a growing demand in the fly-cruise market to take travellers to exotic locations or take ship rides through rivers and oceans for adventure 43

14 September, 2017 9:35 AM How bullet trains transformed Japan, can they do the same for Narendra Modi's New India?

Shinkasen or the bullet train has contributed a lot in transforming Japan into a powerful economy with equitable development indicators. The Narendra Modi government hopes that the bullet train project will replicate the same success levels in India. Robust economy and high speed bullet trains of Japan are inseparable. Japan's economic progress coincided 21

14 September, 2017 3:38 AM ETMarkets Morning Podcast: Will Nifty reclaim its lifetime high today?

We were almost at kissing distance of Nifty’s lifetime high yesterday, and that was a euphoric moment. IPOs were on a tear: one issue got fully subscribed on Day 1, and the second mopped up 4 times subscription. But I am not too happy to tell you that the market setup does not look too good this morning, and some analysts have talked about the possibility 28

8 September, 2017 9:30 PM Unruly behaviour on a flight can now ground you for life

NEW DELHI: Reckless behaviour on a flight that endangers others on board could ground you for life. This is part of the rules for India's first ever "no-fly list", issued by the aviation ministry on Friday and now in force. A person put on the list by one airline can still travel with other carriers as the rules that India has adopted are airline-wise 56

8 September, 2017 5:34 PM Hoax Bomb Call On China-Bound Flight Creates Ruckus At Delhi Airport

The man who made the call from his mobile phone indicated that the threat was on a China or a Hong Kong-bound flight. New Delhi: A full security alert was declared at the Delhi airport in the early hours today after a hoax call was received claiming that a bomb would go off on a China-bound flight. Officials involved in aviation security said the call was received 41

8 September, 2017 1:02 PM Hurricane Irma will devastate part of United States -official

The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency said on Friday Hurricane Irma will devastate part of the United States and that U.S. officials are preparing a massive response to the storm. With Irma set to hit Florida as early as Saturday, FEMA Administrator Brock Long warned at a news conference that parts of Florida would be out of electricity 26

8 September, 2017 11:43 AM No-fly list: Unruly air passengers face 3-month to lifetime ban

NEW DELHI: From now on, misbehaving on a flight could ground you anywhere from three months to a lifetime. The aviation ministry on Friday issued India's first ever " no fly list+ " which comes into effect with immediate effect. However, it comes with checks and balances to ensure that airlines do not have a free run in labelling anyone an unruly passenger 31

8 September, 2017 8:45 AM India's first No-Fly list released by Aviation Ministry

Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju has released India's first No Fly list banning unruly passengers from domestic air travel for different durations depending on the level of offense. Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju today released India's first ever No-Fly list that bans unruly passengers from domestic air travel from three 93