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Aviation Minister says suspension of UK flights may be extended

29 Dec 2020

Aviation Minister says suspension of UK flights may be extended

Last week, the Indian government suspended flights to and from the United Kingdom till December 31, in view of the mutated strain of coronavirus.

Sonam Kapoor had the "scariest experience" with Uber in London

16 Jan 2020

Sonam Kapoor had the "scariest experience" with Uber in London

Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor, who keeps shuttling between Mumbai and London, on Thursday took to Twitter to share that she had the "scariest experience" while traveling in an Uber cab in London.

Faf du Plessis to miss flight to India: Here's why

21 Sep 2019

Faf du Plessis to miss flight to India: Here's why

South African Test skipper Faf du Plessis is all set to miss his connecting flight to India ahead of the Test series after a delay by British Airways in Dubai.

Nearly all British Airways flights cancelled amid two-day strike

09 Sep 2019

Nearly all British Airways flights cancelled amid two-day strike

British Airways (BA) pilots went on a 48-hour strike on Monday in an ongoing dispute over pay and conditions.

Hackers can copy credit cards of online shoppers: Here's how

23 Feb 2019

Hackers can copy credit cards of online shoppers: Here's how

Just as technology improves, those who swear to break it, aka cybercriminals, also continue to evolve.

#BritishAirwaysHack: All it took was 22 lines of code

12 Sep 2018

#BritishAirwaysHack: All it took was 22 lines of code

Following a massive security breach that left the data of 380,000 British Airways customers compromised, cybersecurity firm RiskIQ has now found that it took hackers a mere 22 lines of code to steal the data.

British Airways hacked with details of 380,000 bank cards stolen

07 Sep 2018

British Airways hacked with details of 380,000 bank cards stolen

British Airways said that the personal and financial details of customers who made bookings between August 21 and September 5 had been stolen in a data breach involving as many as 380,000 bank cards.

British Airways offloads Indian family over crying 3-year-old son

09 Aug 2018

British Airways offloads Indian family over crying 3-year-old son

In a shocking case, an Indian family has alleged their three-year-old child was threatened by a crew member of British Airways because he was crying.

London City Airport shut down after World War-2 bomb discovered

12 Feb 2018

London City Airport shut down after World War-2 bomb discovered

The London City Airport was shut down after a World War II (WW-II) bomb was discovered in the nearby Thames river.

Arundhati Bhattacharya sleeps on Baku Airport floor amid 19-hour delay

13 Dec 2017

Arundhati Bhattacharya sleeps on Baku Airport floor amid 19-hour delay

Former SBI chief Arundhati Bhattacharya was one of the dozens of Indians who reached Mumbai from London after a delay of about 24 hours.

Google, Microsoft, Amazon are considered most authentic brands in India

21 Oct 2017

Google, Microsoft, Amazon are considered most authentic brands in India

Google is considered the most authentic brand in India, claims a recent report by New York-based global communications firm Cohn & Wolfe.

Flight services disrupted in Chennai due to heavy rain

01 Oct 2017

Flight services disrupted in Chennai due to heavy rain

Heavy rain in the early hours of Sunday morning, and the resultant low visibility in Chennai has disrupted both domestic and international flight services to and from the city.

Amul Girl: One of the longest and cheapest ad campaigns

26 Jul 2017

Amul Girl: One of the longest and cheapest ad campaigns

When the Women in Blue lost the World Cup, Indians showered praises on the players.

British Airways glitch: 'Outsourcing to India not responsible for it'

30 May 2017

British Airways glitch: 'Outsourcing to India not responsible for it'

Alex Cruz, British Airways chief executive, has denied reports that the debilitating IT glitch over the weekend was due to outsourcing of work to India, or a cost-cutting measure. He also refused to resign.

After a day of debacle, British Airways' flights resume today

28 May 2017

After a day of debacle, British Airways' flights resume today

A day after the IT debacle, British Airways had assured its customers that its staff were working to resolve the matter.

Air India Maharaja is selling off trinkets to stage comeback

23 May 2017

Air India Maharaja is selling off trinkets to stage comeback

Air India has often been cited as the white elephant of Indian government, you can't let go of it but every day that you decide to keep it, you know it's going to eat into your income.

Delhi: NDMC gets SC nod for auctioning Taj Mansingh hotel

20 Apr 2017

Delhi: NDMC gets SC nod for auctioning Taj Mansingh hotel

The Supreme Court allowed the North Delhi Municipal Corporation to e-auction Taj Mansingh Hotel, the five-star run by Tata Group firm Indian Hotel Company Ltd (IHCL).