Technocrat or bureaucrat: Who should head India's aviation regulator DGCA?

The government had diluted eligibility for the DG's post in 2007. Prior to this, the candidate required a minimum of 12 years of experience in aviation. The government brought it down to five years

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Ahead of two crucial audits, the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has proposed to allow Joint Director Generals (JDGs) and officers of Indian Air Force (IAF) to apply for the

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