Sequentially, however, it witnessed a big improvement as the airline posted a loss of ₹3,179 crore in the Covid-19-hit June-ended quarter.
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Govt May Think Of Lifting Curbs If Cases Decline Further In 3-4 Days, Says Jain
HEALTH Minister Satyendar Jain on Sunday said that a decline in the number of Covid cases over the past three days is a good sign and that if this remains the case over the next three to four days, then the government would take a relook at lifting curbs.
Man loses battle for life due to Covid protocols
Accident victim was shifted from one hospital to another after testing positive
Hospitalisation under 4%: Study
Sample size small, but hospital’s survey representative of Omicron surge across India
City records over 18K cases, sees a dip in positivity rate
CONTINUING with the declining trend in single day rise of Covid-19 cases, the national capital on Sunday recorded 18,286 fresh Covid-19 cases and 28 deaths.
U.K. MULLS SCRAPPING TESTS FOR VACCINATED TRAVELERS
The UK government is reportedly planning to do away with the requirement of mandatory Covid-19 tests postarrival into the country for fully vaccinated travellers, including from India, as part of preparations of having to live with coronavirus in the future.
Teen girl set to land in Brussels after record-breaking solo flight around the world
As teenage pilot Zara Rutherford flew ever onward in a record-challenging global odyssey, she met little as strange or scary as when she tried to squeeze in between North Korean airspace and a massive cloud threatening to cut off passage for her ultralight plane.
KOHLI ERA AS CAPTAIN ENDS, WHAT NEXT FOR INDIA?
IN the end, there are no ICC titles to show for captain Virat Kohli. They are not the yardsticks to measure a good captain. And even if he did, for a major part of his captaincy tenure, Kohli never came across as an astute captain.
Pacific tsunami threat recedes, volcano ash hinders response
THE tsunami threat around the Pacific from a huge undersea volcanic eruption began to recede Sunday, but the massive ash cloud covering the tiny island nation of Tonga prevented surveillance flights from New Zealand to assess the extent of damage.
Millions brace for snow as storm bears down on US
MILLIONS of Americans were braced for heavy snow and freezing rain Sunday as a major winter storm closed in on the eastern United States, knocking power out to an estimated 200,000 people and counting.
GRAND SETBACK FOR DJOKOVIC
World No 1 loses application by unanimous verdict in Federal Court at Melbourne, leaves home in ignominious crcumstances after almost two weeks of drama
WON'T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR?
A shared crisis has a way of galvanizing relationships.
The Airline Flying Above the Storm
While others are retrenching, IndiGo is spending big to expand in a post-Covid world
Field of Dreams
An ambitious startup wants to pay farmers to store carbon. Is this the answer to climate change or just an illusion?
Uncertainty over IndiGo's revenue forecast: CEO
As omicron cases continue to go up, india’s largest airline indiGo feels the fast spreading Covid variant has casted uncertainty over their revenue forecast.
IndiGo to allow share transfer by promoters
Shareholders of InterGlobe Aviation Ltd voted to remove curbs on promoter share transfer on Thursday, signalling the end of a protracted feud at India's largest domestic airline IndiGo.
Air France-KLM & IndiGo sign codeshare agreement
Air France-KLM and IndiGo on Thursday announced that they have entered into a codeshare agreement that allows each airline to sell seats on the other's flights.
IndiGo working with peers to address high indirect taxes issue: Dutta
THE COUNTRY'S LARGEST airline, IndiGo, is working with other industry players and the civil aviation ministry to address the “long-standing problem" of high indirect tax rate, which currently stands at 21%, according to its chief Ronojoy Dutta.
2022 में अधिक उड़ानों को लेकर आशावादी इंडिगो
एयरलाइन लगभग 100 प्रतिशत पूर्व-कोविड क्षमता उपयोग स्तर तक पहुंची
Improving traffic, strong yields support IndiGo's flight path
Rising crude oil prices, however, could offset top-line growth and impact margins
IndiGo promoters may end long-running feud
Founders Bhatia, Gangwal Have Requested EGM To Drop Stake Sale Curbs At InterGlobe