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DGCA To Seek Credible Revival Plan From Jet Airways, Says Official

After weeks of uncertainty, Jet Airways on Wednesday announced temporary suspension of its operations.

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Grounded Jet Airways' Shares Sink, Rivals Rush To Grab Market Share

Investors punished Jet shares as trading opened on Thursday, driving them down 34 per cent in their biggest intraday fall. The company is worth about $260 million now, versus $1.6 billion at its peak in 2005

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RICS School Of Built Environment Completes Final Placement With Top Salary Of Rs 32 Lakh

RICS School of Built Environment (RICS SBE), Amity University has bagged 93 percent placement with domestic packages between Rs 7-8 lakhs

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Spicejet Says Taking Measures To Deal With Capacity Crunch

Shares of the company jumped as much as 15 per cent on news that Jet Airways had suspended its operations.

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I-PACE Wins 2019 World Car Of The Year, World Car Design Of The Year And World Green Car Awards

Jaguar’s all-electric I-PACE is the first vehicle to win three categories in the same year

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Jet Airways To Temporarily Suspend Ops After Banks Reject Funding Request

The airline, saddled with roughly $1.2 billion of bank debt, has been teetering for weeks after failing to receive a stop-gap loan of about $217 million from its lenders, as part of a rescue deal agreed in late March

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Modi's Is 'Government Of Rhetoric', Its Exit Imminent: Gehlot

Rhetoric will sink the Modi government. It will be one reason and the other would be the weakening of constitutional institutions

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Agriculture: Some Pest Killers Have Stings

Spurious pesticides make up almost a quarter of the market, exposing farmers, their harvest and the environment to harmful side-effects. Does the law have the teeth it needs to fight the fakes?

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Master Of The Sea

India needs to work hard and grow up to at least 7.6 million TEU capacity, to touch Japan's port capacity, at 20th place

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5 Million Men Lost Jobs Between 2016 And 2018

Unemployed people in India are mostly higher educated and young. Women are worse affected and have much lower participation in the workforce

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Poll Manifestos: A Look At The Pre-Election Promises

As the nation goes to polls and the Indian National Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party unveil their election manifestos, Prabodh Krishna does a reality check on the pre-election pledges of the two largest political formations

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Protectionism Doesn't Really Help Preserve Jobs: Raghuram Rajan

Rajan said, "In this competitive world, jobs gained by a country in the protected sector are often lost in other sectors that are now rendered uncompetitive because they pay higher prices for inputs."

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The Defence Industry Can Give A Major Fillip To Growth Of Manufacturing: S.P. Shukla

In an interview with BW Businessworld, S. P. Shukla, Group President - Aerospace & Defence, Mahindra Group, talks about economy, skills, technology, national security and creation of jobs

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The Defence Industry Has The Potential To Become The Next IT (Revolution): Amandeep Singh

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Amandeep Singh, Head – Defence, Ashok Leyland talks about economy, skills, technology, national security and creation of jobs

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Software Engineer Leading Hiring Position In India On LinkedIn

Besides software engineers, business management roles also have a high share of jobs hired for

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