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Golf-Canadian Hadwin set for Augusta National honeymoon

Adam Hadwin had an inkling his red-hot start to the year would lead to his first Masters invite, which is why the recently-married Canadian purchased refundable airline tickets for the honeymoon.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Rejected by airlines, Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad travels via road to Delhi

On Tuesday, Gaikwad's secretary had booked two open airline tickets on Air India flights to Delhi, one from Mumbai and other from Hyderabad. The airline, however, cancelled both the tickets.
India Today

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Man held for entering T3 with fake ticket

Rajnish Malik didn't know that seeing off his daughter at the Delhi airport would land him in police custody and treated as a suspect. The man's suspicious movements were spotted by security personnel..
DNA

Demonetised Rs 500 notes won't be accepted by Railways, in buses, at metro stations after December 10

The government had earlier allowed the use of Rs 500 notes for a number of purposes, inlcuding public transport, purchasing railway, metro, and airline tickets (at airports), and railway catering till..
IndiaTimes

No old notes for buses, metro, rail after Dec 10

The government had earlier allowed the use of Rs 500 notes for a number of purposes, inlcuding public transport, purchasing railway, metro, and airline tickets (at airports), and railway catering till..
IndiaTimes

Can't use defunct notes at petrol pumps, for airline tickets from tomorrow: Govt

The government cut short the deadline for using the defunct Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes from December 15 to December 2.
DNA

Old Rs 500 notes valid at petrol pumps, for airline tickets till today

old rs 500 notes valid at petrol pumps, for airline tickets till today
Government has said that old 500 rupee notes will not be accepted at petrol, diesel and gas outlets of public sector oil and gas marketing companies as well as for purchase of air tickets at airports..
All India Radio Also reported by •newKerala.comANI NewsZee News

Demonetisation: Today is the last day to use old Rs 500 notes at petrol pumps, for airline tickets

Old Rs 500 notes at petrol pumps and for airline tickets will be accepted till Friday (December 2) as against December 15 announced earlier.  
Zee News

Note ban: Queues get longer at pumps, market footfall decrease

*As the new deadline allowing petrol pumps to accept scrapped high-denomination notes ends today, long queues were witnessed at several fuel stations across the metropolis.* "Today is the last date..
Deccan Herald

Fuel pumps won't accept old Rs 500 from today

*The government on Thursday discontinued the use old Rs 500 notes for buying fuel at petrol pumps, airline tickets at airports and for paying highway toll from Friday. According to the earlier..
Deccan Herald

Old Rs 500 notes valid till December 2 for fuel, air ticket purchase

Old Rs 500 notes at petrol pumps and for airline tickets will be accepted till December 2 as against December 15 announced earlier.
DNA Also reported by •Oneindia

Air tickets sold using Rs 500, 100 notes non-refundable

With the government extending use of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, among other things, to buy airline tickets from airport counters till Monday midnight, airlines have come out with stringent norms to..
IndiaTimes

ATMs will rule, even if cash isn't the king

The emergence of new technologies such as mobile wallets, UPI, doesn't mean that ATMs will become unpopular. ATM providers are reinventing themselves by bringing features like touch and go, QR code,..
DNA

Former Air India staffer held for hacking into its website

A 23-year-old former Air India employee has been arrested for allegedly hacking into the airline's internal system for managing frequent fliers accounts, redeeming miles to convert them into tickets..
DNA


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