SUN SUNI KHABAR APRIL 18TH, 2016
Over the last 20 years, India’s aviation industry has become the fastest growing aviation sector in the world. According to Neeraj Bhatia, vice president of India Etihad, that is because “Indians want to spend money”. Before 1994, the government controlled all aircraft carriers. However, 1994 was the year of deregulation. As a result, low cost carriers such as Indigo and Spicejet have taken over the market, accounting for nearly ⅔ of India’s aviation.
The Republican presidential race is a tight race right now, with Donald Trump looking slightly shaky for maintaining the delegate majority. Ted Cruz has been picking up momentum, claiming all 14 delegates in the Wyoming contest. However, Trump has contested Cruz’s victory, saying that the election is being rigged against him. With the New York primary coming up, Trump is looking to capture as many of the 95 delegates as possible.
Jack McCullough was arrested in Seattle in 1957 for a murder he didn’t commit. For the last 59 years, McCullough has had to believe in his innocence. In September 2012, McCullough’s case went to trial, but the guilty verdict was upheld. Crystal Harrolle, McCullough’s attorney, stood with him when the verdict was announced. She continued to fight and finally won for McCullough on Friday. State Attorney Richard Schmack is convinced of McCullough’s innocence and as such, will move to have the case dismissed.
AMITABH'S ‘INCREDIBLE INDIA’ ROLE STUCK IN PANAMA CANAL?
Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan's appointment as brand ambassador for the 'Incredible India' campaign is reportedly on hold, with the report coming days after the veteran actor's name surfaced in connection with the 'Panama Papers'. Though there was no official confirmation, some reports suggested that Bachchan's alleged links to two shipping firms registered in the tax haven had put his selection under a cloud. Official sources said no decision had been taken yet, and were reluctant to link Bachchan's selection to the Panama Papers controversy pertaining to leaks about Indians with offshore accounts.