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Israel Aerospace Signs $50 Million Follow-Up Deal With Indian Navy

The agreement involves a range of maintenance and other services for sub-systems of Israel Aerospace's naval medium range surface-to-air missile.

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Ryanair Cuts Summer 2020 Growth Rate On Boeing MAX Doubts

The airline expects the grounded aircraft to return to service before the end of the year,

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Dubai International Airport Adopts New Energy Efficiency Drive

The project will reduce existing Terminal 2 load by approximately 29%, while also slashing annual CO2 emissions by 3,243 metric tonnes, which is equivalent to 53,617 tree seedlings grown for 10 years or 688 passenger vehicles driven for one year.

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Should We Commoditise Water?

Commoditization of water could very well be a sensitive (and borderline irrational) topic and definitely not a topic we think about today but the burning question especially for highly populated countries like India remains ‘what can be done to make water conservation more effective?’

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No Fire In Damp

In her budget proposals, the Union Finance Minister has attempted to revive investment, especially foreign direct investment in building infrastructure and manufacturing.

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India To Receive Below-Average Monsoon Rains In Next Two Weeks

"Weather model is showing a deficiency in rainfall over central and western India in the next two weeks", said an official with the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

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Bharat Forge JV Gets $100 Million Order From Israeli Defence Firm

The order was given to its joint venture company, Kalyani Rafael Advanced Systems, in which Rafael is also a partner

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Norwegian Air CEO Steps Down, Sees 737 MAX Flying In Oct

The jets have been grounded worldwide since March following two fatal crashes and Norwegian Air has said the disruption could scupper its plans to return to profitability this year.

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Vistara To Launch First International Flights In August

The carrier, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines Ltd, will launch one daily flight from Delhi and one from Mumbai to the city-state, a popular destination for Indian travellers.

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Summer Crop Planting Down 27% In India On Patchy Monsoon Rains

Planting of rice, the key summer crop, was at 5.2 million hectares as of July 5 versus 6.9 million hectares in the previous year

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British Airways Faces Record $230 Million Fine Over Data Theft

The ICO proposed a penalty of 183.4 million pounds, or 1.5% of British Airways' 2017 worldwide turnover, for the hack, which it said exposed poor security arrangements at the airline.

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Time To Recognise The Role Of The Real Estate Sector As A Full-Fledged Industry

The government’s focus on infrastructure development of tier 2 and 3 cities will surely make these cities ready for next round of urbanization.

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Urban Heat Islands: How Can The Government Handle The Current Climate Change Scenario Of The Country?

Focus on rainwater harvesting, storm-water management is essential, says Dr. Mahreen Matto, Water Management Programme Manager at Centre for Science and Environment

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A Herculean Challenge

The acute shortage of water and the crisis thereof is a complex web of issues and challenges that has attracted a clutch of start-ups. Water management solutions firms are fighting a mammoth battle to save and re-use this precious commodity called water.

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