Logistics company Rivigo losses more than double to Rs 510 crore

Last week, the firm said it expects to become cash breakeven in FY20.  Already a unicorn, Rivigo is likely to raise another round of funding this fiscal. Sources said the firm is in talks to raise up to $100 million.

Roads to rail tracks: India must iron out logistics for transporting steel

For India to benefit from capacity targets set in the National Steel Policy 2017, modes of transportation other than road and rail need to be developed first

Govt needs to lower taxes on Indian aviation sector, make it more competitive: Ajay Singh, SpiceJet chief

Ajay Singh said the sector is highly taxed, which is a major stumbling block in making it globally competitive.

China key focus in IndiGo’s international expansion spree

Budget carrier plans to add another destination in China next year

IRCTC to pay around Rs 1.62 lakh as compensation for late running of Tejas Express

Since it began commercial operations from October 6 for six days a week, the train has maintained a tight schedule. Under IRCTC's policy, an amount of Rs 100 will be paid in case the delay is for over an hour and Rs 250 for delay of over 2 hours.

Jodhpur, India in 10 of the Top Trending Destinations Globally for 2020: Reveals Booking.com

Indian Hospitality Sector News - , Travel-Travellers from New Zealand, Croatia and Mexico top the list of countries that want to visit in India in 2020.

Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals becomes fastest to reach one million container handling milestone

Bharat Mumbai Container Terminals (BMCT), the facility run by Singapore’s PSA International Pte Ltd at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) near Mumbai, handled its one millionth twenty-foot equivalent

DGCA probe finds ‘alarming practices’ by some airlines

The crackdown came against the brackdrop of accidents and incidents this monsoon.August and September, according to DGCA data, have seen six and two incidents. There were 11 incidents in July — the highest in the year.

SUVs are driving more emissions growth than heavy industry, aviation or shipping

SUVs were the second-largest contributor to growth in greenhouse gas emissions from 2010 to last year, ahead of industries such as iron and steel, cement, trucks and aviation, said the International...

Post govt nod, SpiceXpress drones moving to the runway

Catering to fast-growing e-commerce sectors, SpiceXpress, the cargo division of SpiceJet has partnered with Throttle Aerospace Systems to use beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drones for very urgent deliveries hoping to start by early January.

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