Gulf Times - India
India's Jet Airways suspends all operations: statement

India's Jet Airways suspends all operations: statement

India's debt-stricken Jet Airways grounded all of its operations Wednesday after failing to secure emergency funding from lenders, the carrier said in a statement.

India cancels poll in southern area over 'vote buying'

India cancels poll in southern area over 'vote buying'

Indian election authorities have cancelled voting in a southern region of the country after seizing more than 110 million rupees ($1.5 million) they believe was meant to influence the outcome, officials said Wednesday.

GDI sells its 'Al Doha' jackup rig to India's Star Matrix for $1.9mn

GDI sells its 'Al Doha' jackup rig to India's Star Matrix for $1.9mn

Gulf International Services' (GIS) subsidiary Gulf Drilling International (GDI) has sold its 'Al Doha' jackup rig to India's Star Matrix for $1.9mn.

Indian court refuses to suspend ban order on Chinese app TikTok

Indian court refuses to suspend ban order on Chinese app TikTok

An Indian court on Tuesday refused a request by China's Bytedance Technology to suspend a ban on its popular video app TikTok, a lawyer involved in the case said ...

Flight suspensions hit Jet Airways shares amid crisis meeting

Flight suspensions hit Jet Airways shares amid crisis meeting

Jet Airways shares plunged Tuesday amid reports the board of the stricken Indian airline would suspend all operations after lenders refused to release emergency funds to keep the carrier flying.

India's Jet extends cancellations after lenders fail to release funds

India's Jet extends cancellations after lenders fail to release funds

India's stricken Jet Airways appeared to be edging closer to collapse Monday after lenders failed to take a decision on whether to release crucial funds to keep the debt-laden carrier flying.

Jet Airways pilots threaten strike amid more flight cancellations

Jet Airways pilots threaten strike amid more flight cancellations

India's beleaguered Jet Airways was staring at a fresh crisis Sunday as hundreds of pilots and other top staff threatened to go on strike over unpaid salaries.

Modi allies in soup over threats to Indian voters

Modi allies in soup over threats to Indian voters

Two top members of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party including an estranged member of the Gandhi dynasty were in hot water Saturday for appearing to threaten people to vote for them...

Man killed in new cow lynching in India

Man killed in new cow lynching in India

Indian police said Saturday one man was killed and three injured in an attack by a mob while they were skinning a dead ox, in the latest case of so-called cow lynching.

India, Britain mark colonial massacre centenary

India, Britain mark colonial massacre centenary

Britain's high commissioner to India laid a wreath on Saturday on the 100th anniversary of the Amritsar massacre, one of the worst atrocities of colonial rule for which London is still to apologise.

India bans Modi film until after mega-election

India bans Modi film until after mega-election

India banned Wednesday the release of a biopic about Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the country's marathon elections after complaints that the flattering portrayal would give the ruling party an unfair advantage.

India goes on high security alert ahead of mega polls

India goes on high security alert ahead of mega polls

India went on high security alert Wednesday ahead of the start of its marathon election, after a campaign dominated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership that has focused on keeping the country safe from attack.