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1.Wake India, Make India

The Modi sarkar´s 100-day report card indicated that the PM has to work much harder at the process of integration of state governments with the Centre so that local issues see quicker resolution. This can very well happen in states with NDA rule

2.Jewar Airport to be India's biggest

The proposed international airport at Jewar, spreading over 5,000 hectare and having four runway strips, is touted to be India's biggest airport.

3.´Shared Till´ approved for Navi Mumbai airport

The ministry of civil aviation has approved the regulatory regime of ´Shared Till´ for the upcoming Rs 15,000-crore Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA).

4.Airports Design And Build

Ladies and gentlemen, the captain has turned on the ´fasten seatbelt´ sign. If you haven´t done so, please take your seat and fasten your seatbelt. At this time, we request that all mobile phones and electronic devices be turned off as they might interfere with the navigational and communication equipment.

5.Rourkela Airstrip Set to Get Refuelling

Facility in two Months The Civil Aviation Ministry has decided to equip the Rourkela airstrip with refuelling facility through bowser

6.India needs 400 airports

To keep pace with the growing demand, Union Civil Aviation Ministry believes that India requires at least 400 airports.

7.AAI showcases 29 airports in US

Airports Authority of India (AAI) showcased 29 metro and non-metro airports at the World Routes Development Forum in Chicago with an aim to enhance connectivity in different parts of the country.

8.Kolkata, Chennai airports unlikely to be privatised

The aviation ministry is unlikely to award management contracts for the recently upgraded airports at Kolkata and Chennai to private operators.

9.Get set for a vibrant India!

Generally, the sensex has a strong nose. Last year, at this time, it had kissed 21,000 and was shying away from maintaining a perch there. The hesitation in breaching the peak was the result of the conditioning created by a government that had stepped

10.New ministry urges change in policy

The newly appointed Ministry of State for Civil Aviation has indicated that the government might change the existing rule of a second airport

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