Former air chief Arjan Singh dies at 98
Indian Air Force Marshal Arjan Singh ( pictured), famous for his role in the 1965 India- Pakistan war, died on Saturday after he was put on ventilator support in an “extremely critical state”. Singh, 98, the only officer of the IAF to be promoted to the five-star rank, was admitted to the Army's Research and Referral hospital in the morning.
Air India on Saturday launched its direct flight from the national capital to Copenhagen, the eleventh destination for the airline in Europe, describing it as connecting ‘Maharaja with the Mermaid’. In Air India’s trademark style, the inaugural flight was operated by an all-woman crew. The national carrier has been expanding its international operations and has started services to overseas destinations, including Washington and Stockholm so far this year. PTI<