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18 October, 2018 10:23 AM Why Reliance Industries decided to pick-up stake in SkyTran

In recent times, Reliance Industries (RIL) has shifted its focus from traditional to futuristic businesses driven by advanced technology that could improve quality of life and make the business relevant for the future. In light of this, it had launched Jio services last year driven by VoLTE technology, an advanced technology to transfer calls over data networks 35

14 October, 2018 4:05 PM IRCTC Launches 'AskDisha' For Customer Support And Engagement

AskDisha will support several regional languages and will be voice-enabled and will soon be integrated with the IRCTC android app. New Delhi: The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC) Saturday launched 'AskDisha' (Digital Interaction to Seek Help Anytime) -- a chatbot powered by artificial intelligence (AI) for improving customer 40

12 October, 2018 12:27 PM High-Speed Train Catches Fire In Germany, 510 Evacuated

The train was travelling from Cologne to Munich when it caught fire early on Friday. A German high-speed train travelling from Cologne to Munich caught fire early on Friday, prompting the evacuation of all 510 passengers without injury before flames ripped through two carriages and burned them out. Mass-selling daily Bild said a policeman travelling 54

10 October, 2018 9:48 PM Air India Flight Develops Snag Before Landing At New York Airport

All 176 passengers and 14 crew members on board Air India flight AI-101, operating on Delhi-New York route on October 10, are safe. An Air India flight, which took off from Delhi with 190 people on board, suffered a hydraulic leak before landing at New York's JFK Airport, an airline source said on Wednesday. While the source said the flight had to make an emergency 309

10 October, 2018 10:14 AM World’s longest flight takes 19 hours and has no economy class: Here's more

This 18-hour-and-45-minutes long flight was discontinued five years ago as the $100/barrel oil rate made it unviable then Singapore Airlines is bringing back its longest flight from Singapore to New York on October 11, to regain the title of the world’s longest flight from Qatar Airways’ Doha-Aukland flight, according to a report by Bloomberg 49

7 October, 2018 10:54 AM IndiGo Reports Temporary System Failure, Congestion Expected At Airports

The airlines tweeted regarding the technical glitch and shared contact details seeking passenger co-operation. Budget carrier IndiGo on Sunday reported a nationwide system failure that could trigger longer queues at all airports. The airline has now said that the systems are back up. News agency ANI reported that systems at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International 84

6 October, 2018 1:59 PM Dutch Scramble Two F-16s After American Passenger Starts Fight On Flight

A number of passengers were lightly wounded including two passengers who were given black eyes. The Dutch air force scrambled two F-16 fighter jets to escort a flight from Abu Dhabi to Amsterdam after an onboard fight broke out with an aggressive American passenger, authorities said Saturday. "A 29-year-old American man became aggressive after being 812

5 October, 2018 4:45 PM GoAir Flight Grounded In Goa For Hours, Passengers Tweet SOS From Runway

One passenger tweeted to say the flight, once loaded, was at the runway for three hours but never took off. A GoAir flight to Delhi with 42 passengers on board has not taken off from the Goa Airport and has been on the runway for over five hours, according to passengers inside who have narrated their ordeal on Twitter. The airline, in a statement, has said Flight 85

5 October, 2018 8:40 AM SpiceJet Plane Makes Emergency Landing In Varanasi After Thai National Dies On Board

53-year-old Atabot Thngcusorn was a member of a Thai group travelling on the SpiceJet flight from Bangkok to New Delhi. A New Delhi-bound SpiceJet plane made an emergency landing in Varanasi today after a Thai national died on board from a heart attack, authorities said. The flight took off from Bangkok at 7:40 am with 189 passengers including a 22-member 67

4 October, 2018 7:15 AM Soon, Fliers Can Enter Indian Airports Through Facial Recognition

Travellers will soon be able to enter airports in the country with facial recognition biometric under the government's Digi Yatra initiative. Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu said the initiative would be "forward-looking and futuristic" and would be launched soon. He also said it would be voluntary for passengers on whether to opt for facial recognition 65