Delhi High Court declines to entertain Kunal Kamra's plea against flying ban on him by airlines
Justice Naveen Chawla disapproved of Kunal Kamra's behaviour on flight and said it cannot be permitted on an airline. The court also declined Kamra's oral plea for an interim direction permitting him to fly on any of the airlines.
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The Delhi High Court on Thursday was informed by aviatio...
Kunal Kamra in Delhi High Court against flying ban on him by airlines
In his petition, Kunal Kamra said he was banned by IndiGo for a six-mon...
Kunal Kamra sends IndiGo notice demanding apology, revocation of ban
In a legal notice sent to the airline, Kamra asked the airline to pay compensation OF Rs 25 lakhs for the " mental pain and agony" suffered by him as well as losses incurred on account of cancellation of scheduled shows.
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Kamra called the incident ‘collateral damage’.
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Lawyers and industry experts said while Kamra has a case of rules being sidestepped, IndiGo can fall back on the aviation minister’s tweet advising other airlines to ban him.
Ban on Kunal Kamra: Aviation minister says airlines must ensure 'zero tolerance' on passenger safety
Airlines must ensure 'zero tolerance' for any activity that has the potential to jeopardize passengers' safety, Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Thursday.
Disheartened that airline took action without consulting me: IndiGo captain who flew Kamra
"As captain of 6E5317 Mumbai-Lucknow flight on January 28, I do not find...events reportable in any way. Mr. Kamra's behaviour, while unsavoury, was not qualifying of a level 1 unruly passenger. Indeed, we pilots can all attest to incidents similar and/or worse in nature that were not deemed unruly," the captain said in his email to the airline's management.
ET View: No-fly overkill over Kamra
Civil Aviation minister Puri advised other airlines to follow suit. Air India, GoAir and SpiceJet followed suit — if the minister had asked them to do likewise, they would have done likewise — no matter Kamra did not misbehave on their flights. Nor did they convene a meeting of their internal committees that are supposed to ponder over a complaint.
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News broadcasters meet FM Sitharaman, seek parity in GST with print media
Executive body members of the News Broadcasters Federation have met Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and requested that TV news channels be treated at par with the print media industry under GST regulations.
John Oliver slams Hotstar for censoring his show in India
In the latest episode that aired in the US on Sunday, the satirist said that the Disney-owned streaming service has edited at least three of his episodes in recent months
Times Network accepts Arnab Goswami's resignation
Goswami, who has headed the channel since its inception, remembered his long journey with Times Now and stated, It’s been an exciting ride at Times Network.
Shashi Tharoor files defamation suit against Arnab Goswami, Republic TV in High Court
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