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March 15, 2019

New Delhi, February 1, 2019
Finance Minister Piyush Goyal: Fiscal deficit has come down to 3.4 per cent in revised estimate of 2018-19; current account deficit expected to be 2.5 per cent this year.

New Delhi, December 26, 2018
The BSE SENSEX closed 179 points higher at 35649, while the NSE Nifty settled at 10729, up by 66 points.

December 26, 2018
While the Sensex fell 284 points to 35,186 , Nifty was down 83 points to 10,578. Of 30 Sensex stocks, 26 were trading in the red.

New Delhi, September 4, 2018
Rupee hits new all-time low against US dollarThe Indian rupee slumped 16 paise against the US dollar to trade at a life-time low of 71.37 in early trade on Tuesday. The fall in Indian currency is due to the strong demand for the US currency. At the Interbank Foreign Exchange, the local currency opened at a record low of 71.24 against a dollar, down from its previous close of 71.21, and weakened further to trade at a fresh low of 71.37, down 16 paise.  Airlines' losses could r...

Manu Kaushik
December 31, 2014
Amidst the high-decibel launches, the existing players witnessed improvement in passenger traffic, higher passenger load factors and a sharp drop in fuel prices.

Shah Imran Ahmed
New Delhi, December 29, 2014
While there was no major mishap during 2014, a SpiceJet flight had a close shave when a buffalo came on the runway at Surat airport, forcing the pilot to abort take-off.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, March 13, 2012
Pilots protest delay in salary payment pushing the struggling airline into further turbulence.

Sanjay Singh and Lalatendu Mishra
New Delhi/Mumbai, March 8, 2012
While IATA ordered over 30,000 of its affiliated travel agents to stop booking tickets for Kingfisher, Air India found its pilots agitating over the non-payment of salaries.

Kushan Mitra and Geetanjali Shukla
March 9, 2012
If Kingfisher Airlines goes belly up, the government will hurt too, not just Vijay Mallya. Banks effectively own 75 per cent of the airline, and the impact on their books could be devastating. FULL COVERAGE

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