Air India – taken over by Tata Group a year ago – was due to place an order on Friday for 220 Boeing jets, after months of tough talks, sources said
Millions of migrant workers began flocking to train stations and airports in the country's big cities on Monday for trips to their home towns, despite fears for elderly people in rural areas
Thousands travel abroad and into Hong Kong after citizens were finally freed to reunite with families and friends after three years of being locked down because of the Covid pandemic
More countries around the world are, meanwhile, demanding that visitors from China take Covid tests as the country battles a ‘tidal wave’ of infections
Japan's new policy comes after seeing Russian missile strikes target Ukraine's nuclear power plants and grids over the last year
Concern about Beijing's Covid data has aggravated ties with governments that said visitors from China must undergo Covid tests before arriving in their country.
US officials said on Tuesday they may impose new Covid regulations for people on flights from China because of concerns over the "lack of transparent (health) data" from Beijing
The government's five-year tax plan, once unthinkable in pacifist Japan, would make the country the world's third-biggest military spender after the United States and China
Such a deal could top $100 billion dollars at list prices, including any options, and rank among the biggest by a single airline in volume terms
Moscow has sent India a list of more than 500 products it needs to keep key industries running, but while Delhi wants to cut its huge trade deficit, some companies fear being hit with sanctions.
The plan for Japan and Britain to develop a fighter jet together may led to Tokyo easing its military export rules, MPs have said
China's defence minister met his US counterpart on Tuesday to discuss Taiwan, the South China Sea, as well as crises in Ukraine and the Korean peninsula.