Iraq crisis: Trying to establish direct contact with trapped Indians, says Sushma Swaraj

Indians in the middle of Iraq crisis — With the situation worsening in violence-hit Iraq with every passing day, the worried families of the Indians being held captive in the strife-torn country met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj  on Sunday and were assured of their safety by her.

Raju takes charge as Civil Aviation Minister

Senior TDP leader Pusapati Ashok Gajapathi Raju Thursday took charge as the new Civil Aviation Minister, assuring that he would strive to create a level-playing field for all players in the crucial infrastructure sector.

Scrap plans to privatise airports: CPI(M)

Condemning government`s decision to hand over Kolkata and Chennai airports in private hands, CPI(M) on Monday said it would "jeopardise" the employees` future and demanded immediate scrapping of the privatisation plans.

Min directs AI to withdraw travel benefit to pilot

Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh has directed AI to withdraw the facility of the pilots to travel as an additional crew member during leave.

Ajit Singh takes charge as Civil Aviation Minister

A day after being inducted into the Union Cabinet, Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) chief Ajit Singh on Monday took charge of the Civil Aviation Ministry, which he described as a "sensitive" sector.

Task cut for Ajit Singh as new Aviation Minister

Ajit Singh has his task cut out for reviving a beleaguered aviation
sector, burdened by high costs and huge financial losses.

Former Civil Aviation Minister Ibrahim dares Tata to name the minister

With Ratan Tata commenting that
he was not comfortable with the idea of bribing a minister to
enter the airline business, former civil aviation minister C M
Ibrahim on Monday asked the Tata Group chairman to name the