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Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad who hit Air India staffer yet to be questioned: Delhi Police

After a case was registered, a Crime Branch team visited the airport to ascertain how the argument broke out between the MP and the AI manager. 15 AI staffers were questioned, including Sukumar. "The MP has not been questioned in the case. Both the parties have reached a compromise. We might file a closure report after fulfilling legal formalities," said an official privy to the probe. The incident had triggered massive outrage with the Air India and other private airlines even banning the MP from flying. The ban was later revoked after the MP wrote a letter to Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju expressing "regret" over the unfortunate incident. ”
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Sunday 31 December 2017 23:50 ISTMust readEx-CJI TS Thakur says no to AAP’s Rajya Sabha offerLucknow madrasa shocker: Police rescues 51 girls who were being sexually exploited by manager <!–end of artlmustredbx–><!–end of articllftpbx–>More than nine months after Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad was booked for allegedly assaulting an Air India employee, the lawmaker is yet to be questioned in the case, the police said.Gaikwad, the Lok Sabha member from Osmanabad in Maharashtra, had hit 60-year-old duty manager R Sukumar “25 times” with a slipper when the official asked him to disembark after the plane landed at the IGI airport here from Pune. The MP was booked on charges of attempting to commit culpable homicide and using criminal force with intent to dishonor a person and the case was handed over to the Delhi Police’s Crime Branch.However, the probe team is yet to “conclude the probe”, said an official.After a case was registered, a Crime Branch team visited the airport to ascertain how the argument broke out between the MP and the AI manager. 15 AI staffers were questioned, including Sukumar. “The MP has not been questioned in the case. Both the parties have reached a compromise. We might file a closure report after fulfilling legal formalities,” said an official privy to the probe. The incident had triggered massive outrage with the Air India and other private airlines even banning the MP from flying. The ban was later revoked after the MP wrote a letter to Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju expressing “regret” over the unfortunate incident.

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The aircraft was carrying 182 passengers and three infants on board, it added. The flight crew carried out the required procedure and the aircraft landed safely back at Goa, the airline said. The matter was reported to the DGCA, it said, adding that the incident was also being probed by the airline's safety department. ”
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Monday 1 January 2018 0:24 ISTMust readEx-CJI TS Thakur says no to AAP’s Rajya Sabha offerLucknow madrasa shocker: Police rescues 51 girls who were being sexually exploited by manager <!–end of artlmustredbx–><!–end of articllftpbx–>A Delhi-bound IndiGo flight from Goa, carrying 183 passengers and three infants on board, was forced to return and make an emergency landing at the Dabolim airport, due to low oil pressure in one of its engines, a source said.The flight — 6E 724 — which took off from the Dabolim airport for New Delhi at 5.50 pm, returned soon to the airport after its pilot reported the oil-pressure problem in one of the engines of the Airbus 320 aircraft, the source added. IndiGo confirmed the incident and said it had been reported to the aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). “IndiGo’s Goa-Delhi flight was involved in a air turnback due to engine 2 low oil pressure,” the airline said in a statement.The aircraft was carrying 182 passengers and three infants on board, it added. The flight crew carried out the required procedure and the aircraft landed safely back at Goa, the airline said. The matter was reported to the DGCA, it said, adding that the incident was also being probed by the airline’s safety department.

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Airline trainee molested by hotel’s staff in Gurugram

A trainee flight attendant was allegedly molested by a receptionist of a guest house in the posh DLF area in Gurugram, following which he was arrested, police said on Tuesday.The 22-year-old woman who works with Indigo airlines was residing at Hotel Siris Inn, the accommodation provided by the airlines.She informed the reception that she was checking out when the accused, Shiv Kumar, 24, a native of Uttar Pradesh’s Mainpuri, barged into her room and asked if she was happy with the services,” Station House Officer of DLF phase-II Sudeep Kumar said.”The victim said a tap in the washroom was not working and Kumar asked her to show it. When they went inside, he molested her. After she screamed for help, the accused tried to flee from the spot,” Kumar said. The accused was arrested by the police and later sent to judicial custody.

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MiG-21Bison makes emergency landing

In second instance in a week’s time, a MiG-21 Bison aircraft of the Indian Air Force made an emergency landing during a test flight at Sanganer Airport here.Airport officials said the fighter plane was under repair at the airport and had taken a test flight on Friday. During the flight it developed technical snag, following which it dropped three fuel tanks mid air in Bassi area. There was however no blast. It may be recalled that the same plane had made emergency landing at Jaipur airport last Saturday after it developed technical snag.On Friday as soon as it took off for trial flight, it once again developed technical snag and asked permission for emergency landing.The landing was safe but the runway was blocked for nearly half an hour which affected the operation of a few regular flights. Four flights — one of Indigo airlines, two of Air India and one of Spice Jet — were kept on hold mid-air.The fighter plane had to be later toed away form the runway using tractor. After about 45 minutes, the impasse ended and the flights were allowed to land at the airport.

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Smoke on IndiGo flight forces plane to land

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>After smoke inside the cabin was noticed onboard, an IndiGo plane carrying 170 passengers made an emergency landing immediately after taking off from the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in Delhi. The incident took place on Wednesday at 5.20 am.Sources at the airport stated that the flight number 6E-719 of IndiGo Airlines to Vishakhapatnam took off from IGI airport at returned 10 minutes later after passengers started complaining of smoke inside the cabin. “There was also a drop in cabin pressure leading to oxygen masks being automatically deployed,” said the source.Even after making an emergency landing, the airline refused to accept that smoke was coming out of the cabin. In a statement, IndiGo stated that it was a “false alarm” over a “burning smell” in the cabin. However, keeping passenger safety in mind, a “precautionary landing” was made.According to an IndiGo spokesperson: “IndiGo flight 6E-719 (Delhi-Visakhapatnam) carried out a precautionary landing at Delhi on Wednesday due to a false alarm. After take-off from Delhi, the cabin crew advised flight crew about a burning smell in the cabin. Keeping the safety and security of passengers in mind, the captain-in-command informed the ATC and carried out a precautionary landing at Delhi.”The statement also added that after the plane returned to Delhi it was inspected thoroughly and “no oil leakages or electrical burn residues were identified.”In another incident, a man who flew on an international IndiGo flight filed a police complaint alleging that the crew refused to accept payment in Indian currency for the food he bought.INCIDENTS INVOLVING INDIGONov 7: A video surfaced showing a passenger being assaulted and dragged on the tarmac at Delhi airport by the staff of IndiGo airlines. The airlines issued an apology on Twitter on Nov 7.
Nov 12: A passenger fell off her wheelchair while being assisted by an employee of IndiGo at Lucknow airport. The AAI said the reason behind the mishap was “gross negligence of Indigo staff”.

Delhi-Vizag Indigo flight forced to return after smoke in cockpit detected midair

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>An Indigo Airlines flight from Delhi to Visakhapatnam returned to IGI Airport soon after take off following detection of smoke in the aircraft’s cockpit on Thursday.According to a report by ANI, smoke was detected in the cockpit of IndiGo 6E719 Delhi-Vizag aircraft soon after it took off from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. The plane carrying 170 passengers was immediately turned around and an emergency was declared. More details are awaited.

Watch: Drunk men misbehave with woman staffer of Indigo airlines, later apologise by touching her feet

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> A video of two drunk men allegedly misbehaving with a woman staffer of Indigo Airlines at the international airport here has gone viral, the police said today.In the video, the woman is seen confronting the duo and taking them to the police outpost at the airport.The men were also seen apologising and touching the feet of the woman on her instructions.The incident occurred last midnight. RGIA (Rajiv Gandhi International Airport) police station sub-inspector Ramesh Naik said the woman did not lodge any complaint against the duo, who later told the police that they are students.He said the two were found in an inebriated condition and were subsequently booked for creating nuisance.Watch the video below:

‘They touched me inappropriately’, woman alleges Air Asia staff of mid-air sexual harassment

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Days after Indigo misbehaviour incident, a woman has alleged that three male Air Asia staffers molested her in Bengaluru airport.The 28-year-old, who boarded a Ranchi-Bengaluru flight on November 3, has filed an FIR against the Air Asia staff for misbehaviour and sexual harassment. “The cabin steward scolded & touched me inappropriately,” the victim told ANI.According to the victim, the alleged staff members harassed her onboard as well in the Bengaluru airport runway. She said after complaining about the unhygienic condition of the aircraft’s washroom, the Air Asia staff misbehaved with her and threatened to deboard her.”I found toilet of the aircraft dirty & complained. The cabin steward scolded & touched me inappropriately. He also threatened to deboard me. Air Asia staff at Hyderabad supported him. They even humiliated me before the police,” the victim said.The incident comes days after ground staff of IndiGo Airlines were caught on camera assaulting a senior citizen on the tarmac of Delhi Airport.The incident that took place on October 15 came to limelight after the 80-second long video clip surfaced online. The footage shows that staff and the passenger, who has now been identified as Rajiv Katyal, arguing over Katyal boarding the bus on the tarmac.

We only raise our hands to say ‘namaste’: Air India trolls Indigo

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>National carrier Air India on Wednesday took a direct dig at Indigo Airlines over the recent manhandling incident in their latest ads.Air India took the Indigo row to a whole new level by thrashing their rival in two online ads released on its official Twitter account saying, ‘We raise our hands only to say Namaste’, and ‘Air India – unbeatable service’.However, the first ad was removed from their Twitter timeline.This ‘ambush marketing’ tactic comes hours after a purported Jet Airways ad saying, “We beat our competition not you” went viral. However, the Jet Airways on Wednesday issued a statement saying they have not created the ad.”Jet Airways did not commission the creative being shared on social media platforms, in context of a recent event concerning another domestic airline,” Jet Airways said on Twitter.”The creative does not reflect our philosophy and ethos and is in fact, in bad taste,” it further added.Earlier, ground staff of IndiGo Airlines were caught on camera assaulting a senior citizen on the tarmac of Delhi Airport.The incident that took place on October 15 came to limelight after the 80-second long video clip surfaced online. The footage shows that staff and the passenger, who has now been identified as Rajiv Katyal, arguing over Katyal boarding the bus on the tarmac.

Fake news alert! Jet Airways issues statement trashing viral ad on Indigo row

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>A Jet Airways ad taking a dig at Indigo for the recent manhandling incident has gone viral in social media and since the netizens couldn’t keep calm.The online ad which says, “We beat our competition not you,” has attracted quite a lot of attention at a time when Indigo has been at the centre of controversy after their ground staff assaulted a passenger at Delhi airport.However, the Jet Airways on Wednesday issued a statement saying they have not created the ad.”Jet Airways did not commission the creative being shared on social media platforms, in context of a recent event concerning another domestic airline,” Jet Airways issued a statement on Twitter. “The creative does not reflect our philosophy and ethos and is in fact, in bad taste,” it further added.Earlier, ground staff of IndiGo Airlines were caught on camera assaulting a senior citizen on the tarmac of Delhi Airport.The incident that took place on October 15 came to limelight after the 80-second long video clip surfaced online. The footage shows that staff and the passenger, who has now been identified as Rajiv Katyal, arguing over Katyal boarding the bus on the tarmac.

Watch: Aditya Narayan gets vocal with IndiGo staff, airline says he refused to pay for extra baggage

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On Monday, Bollywood vocalist Aditya Narayan and son of veteran singer Udit Naryaan, got into a scuffle at Raipur airport with staff members of IndiGo airlines. In a video clip that has gone viral, Narayan can be heard saying: “Teri chaddi na utari, mera naam Aditya Narayan nahin hai,” he can be seen shouting to a person. (‘My name is not Aditya Narayan if I don’t take your underwear off’.)Reacting to the incident, Indigo said that he refused to pay Rs 13,000 in charges for extra baggage for his flight. The airlines claimed that Aditya was travelling with a group of 5 people and they had excess baggage of 40kg. They also accused him of using ‘unparliamentary language’ with a member of the staff, claiming he won’t pay more than ‘Rs 10,000’. Read Indigo’s full release below:Today on 6E-258 (Raipur-Mumbai), Mr.Aditya Narayan, travelling with a group of 5 people, was carrying excess baggage of 40 kgs. The amount to be paid for the carriage of excess baggage came to 13000 INR. He refused to pay this amount to the female check in staff member and said that he will not pay more than 10000 INR for the excess baggage and also used unparliamentary language with the female staff member.While making a video, he pointed a finger at the Duty Manager and again used profanity. When politely asked to be civil and not use such language as there were other passengers and female staff members present, he started shouting even louder and used abusive words which we are refraining from mentioning here.He was informed that if he continues to misbehave he will not be allowed to travel. Later, passenger Mr Narayan apologised to the ground staff and thereafter was given the boarding cards. We at IndiGo can at no point compromise the dignity of our staff members or passengers.

Ruckus created by TDS MP dangerous for Indian democratic values Congress

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> The Congress Party on Thursday said the ruckus created by TDS MP J.C. Diwakar Reddy at the Visakhapatnam airport indicates that the democratic value of the country is in danger. ?It is a red light signal for democratic values. We don?t seem to imbibe democratic values either on account of caste or status or money. Such incident is clear indication that the MPs consider themselves superior than the common people,? senior advocate and Congress leader K.T.S. Tulsi told ANI. ?I look at this to an indication that our democratic values and constitutional values have not seeped into the veins of even the elected leaders,? he added. Echoing similar sentiments, another Congress leader Pradeep Bhattacharya said, ?No MP should behave like this. It is very unfortunate if any MP thinks that he is above law and can do anything.? Meanwhile, Reddy asserted that he did not misbehave with the officer of Indigo. ?I did not assault any official and use any abusive language. Just asked the officer to come out,? Reddy said. Reddy said that there were a number of people standing at the counter when he reached the airport, who had not been granted the boarding pass. ?A number of people were standing near the counter. When I reached there, they said that they have been refused to issue the boarding pass. A gentleman stood up and said that it is closed. How can they close? Issuing pass is not at all a problem. They can open the counter and close,? he said. Confirming the reports of the ruckus created by Reddy, the IndiGo Airlines said that the former raged against the staff and used aggressive and abusive behaviour. The Airlines in its letter stated that the MP delayed the flight by 28 minutes prior to the scheduled departure. The national carrier stated that it will take necessary action to address the violation. Earlier in the day, Reddy arrived late at the airport and demanded a boarding pass after the staff closed the counter as the deadline had ended. He was later provided a boarding pass. He was flying from Vizag to Delhi from flight no: 6E 608. “We are investigating the matter and have no comments to offer till such time that we have completed a thorough investigation. Safety and security of our colleagues and customers is our highest priority,” the Indigo said in a statement. Reportedly, some property in the Indigo office was broken and the staff was also manhandled. The Vishakapatnam airport director refused the same and said it was just an argument which was sorted out soon. Reddy had repeated this same behaviour in October last year at the Vijaywada Airport when he had arrived late to catch an Air India flight. He had resorted to vandalism and argument.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Satyagraha: NIFT exhibition, talks to tell the story of indigo

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Weaving together the historical and sartorial significance of indigo, a special travelling exhibition and a series of curated talks have been lined up by the NIFT to mark 100 years of Gandhi’s Champaran Satyagraha. The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) has planned various commemorative events across its 16 centres which would kick off from its campus in Patna, the city where Gandhi had arrived on April 10, 1917 on way to meet the indigo farmers of Bihar. “Champaran was the crucible in which the philosophy of civil disobedience was forged on the Indian soil. And, cultivation of indigo was at the centre of the entire movement. So, we thought it was the right occasion to talk about its historical significance. “But, the story and evolution of indigo is much bigger and deeper. It is not just limited to the 20th century, but harks back even to the Indus Valley civilisation. And, hence we are holding curated ‘Indigo Talks’ on our various campuses,” Director General of NIFT, Sarada Muraleedharan told(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

DGCA denies that Air India and Indigo planes almost crashed into each other

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Friday claimed there was not a collision like situation between Air India and IndiGo planes at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport on Friday morning.In a statement, the DGCA said, “IndiGo aircraft was landing on runway number 27 and did go around. Air India aircraft, which was taking off from runway number 28 was asked to reject take off as per normal protocol.””No safety issue, no collision issue and no infringement was reported. Therefore, nowhere safety was compromised,” it added.Earlier on Friday morning, Air India flight AI 156 from Delhi to Goa with 119 passengers including three infants was scheduled to take off from IGI Airport at 10.30 a.m. on Friday. But, ATC officials noticed that 6E 398 Indigo flight from Ranchi to New Delhi was landed on the same runway and they immediately stopped the Air India flight.A similar incident was also reported in December last year when IndiGo and SpiceJet aircrafts came face-to-face when Indigo plane was headed towards taxiway after landing just when SpiceJet aircraft was preparing for takeoff at IGI Airport.

Air India, IndiGo collision averted at Delhi Airport

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –> A major accident between an Air India plane and an Indigo plane was averted at the Delhi?s Indira Gandhi International Airport on Friday due to the alertness of Air Traffic Control (ATC) officials. Air India flight AI 156 from Delhi to Goa with 119 passengers including three infants was scheduled to take off at 10.30 a.m. on Friday. But, ATC officials noticed that 6E 398 Indigo flight from Ranchi to New Delhi was landed on the same runway and they immediately stopped the Air India flight. An inquiry is underway at the time of reporting the matter. More details are awaited. The Air India flight left for Goa at at 12.50 p.m.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Driver dies as car catches fire in Delhi’s Mundka

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In an untoward incident, a man was killed after an Indigo car caught fire near Delhi’s Mundka area.The incident took place yesterday night at around 10.30 pmThe deceased who was the driver of the car, succumbed to his burn injuries.The fire tenders reached the spot to douse the flame and control the situation.The police, with the help of forensic team are trying to find out the reason as how the car caught fire.The police have also initiated a probe and trying to identify the deceased.

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