CHENNAI: IndiGo has launched its fifth service from Trichy to Singapore and a new Kolkata-Singapore direct flight. The services began on September 15.
NEW DELHI: India is considering asking the central bank to offer dollars directly to oil marketing companies or through a state-run bank, a government source said on Thursday, as part of steps to stem a fall in the rupee.
NEW DELHI: The renewable energy ministry on Wednesday stepped in to keep funds flowing for green energy projects by assuring banks and lending institutions the tariffs being discovered through bidding were viable investments to fund.
MUMBAI: As part of its international expansion, low cost carrier IndiGo is set to launch its first daily flight from Amritsar to Dubai.
The head of OPEC says the oil cartel must stick together for the good of the global economy as Iran faces renewed U.S. sanctions.
NEW DELHI: A plea filed in the Delhi high court on Tuesday sought direction to the Centre to produce records on the basis of which daily prices of fuel are being fixed by oil companies.
NEW DELHI: Imagine landing at a major airport and the only human official you meet on your way through the terminal is a customs officer.
MUMBAI: As fuel prices inch closer to the psychological Rs 90-mark in the city where petrol and diesel are the costliest, Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari Tuesday admitted that fuel prices are “very high and hurting the public”.
NEW DELHI: Full service carrier Vistara will flash sale of tickets Wednesday, with discounts up to 75 per cent.
NEW DELHI: “We’re really, you know, stuck and there’s no fuel.” Air India’s senior commander Rustom Palia told New York JFK Airport’s air traffic control (ATC) with a steely voice on final approach to land there on September 11. Palia and Captain Sushant Singh, second-in-command, were flying a Boeing 777 as AI 101 Delhi-JFK nonstop…