Centre to Delhi High Court: Medical evacuation flights permitted since Apr 20.

The Centre has told the Delhi High Court that medical evacuation flights have been permitted since April 20 subject to the conditions that no more than two attendants accompany the patient and the state government gives its no objection. The submission was made by the Civil Aviation Ministry before Justice V Kameswar Rao during the […]

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SC allows transgender, to amend plea, denied job as cabin crew in Air India

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today allowed a transgender, who had undergone sex change in 2014, to amend her plea challenging Air India’s decision to deny her a job as a cabin crew to assail the grounds of conducting personality test for third gender candidates by the national carrier. A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra […]

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SC raps government over state of affairs in Air India

With Air India grappling with financial crisis, the Supreme Court has rapped the government for giving “profitable routes” to private carriers and asked it to plan a turnaround in the national carrier saying it “faces extinction” if things continued like this. “Why many lucrative routes have been given to private carriers,” a bench comprising justices […]

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