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India travel demand high, says Lufthansa as air bubble flights to Germany resume
Lufthansa Group's Senior Director for South Asia Sales, said the airline is offering more than 40 flights from Frankfurt and Munich to Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore until the end of August, beyond which it hopes to formally apply for inbound flights to India in consultation with Indian authorities.
Vistara likely to start flights from India to UK, Germany, France
Earlier this month, India and the UK signed a bilateral air pact, under whi...
Vistara to operate special flights on Delhi-London route between Aug 28-Sep 30
Since July, India has established such bubbles with the follow...
How Berkshire Hathaway may have been snookered in Germany
The case showed that even one of the shrewdest investors in the world can be hoodwinked.
Germany climbing out of economic slump: Central bank chief Jens Weidmann
Like nations across Europe, Germany shut schools, shops and sent workers home from mid-March to halt transmission of the coronavirus. The impact of the health crisis has pushed the economy into a deep recession believed to be the worst since World War II.
Angela Merkel warns of relapse risk as restrictions ease
While Merkel made clear that her govt currently doesn't plan any further restrictions, that option remains on the table, saying the next steps will be decided when she meets with leaders of Germany's 16 states on April 30. The German chancellor also pointed out that the more relevant date would be May 8, when the impact of the current easing steps become evident.
Google to pay some publishers in Australia, Brazil, Germany for content
The U.S. internet giant has for years tried to fend off demands for payment from news publishers worldwide in return for using their content, with European media groups among their fiercest critics.
Viswanathan Anand shares lockdown ordeal in Germany, how he slept in son's bed after quarantine
Back home after being stuck in Bad Soden, Anand talks of how he pleasantly surprised his son once quarantine was done.
Germany switches on power slowly after lockdown: research
Germany, Europe's leading power market with 511 terawatt hours (TWh) of annual consumption lost up to 7.5 per cent of power usage on workdays during stricter lockdowns in recent weeks.
Lufthansa, Germany agree on $9.8-billion rescue package
The German Finance and Economy Ministries on Monday said Lufthansa was an operationally healthy company before the coronavirus outbreak, was profitable and had good prospects for the future but had got into trouble because of the pandemic.
European shares near 3-month high; Lufthansa lifts Germany
The pan-European STOXX 600 rose 1% in early deals to hit its highest level since March 9.
German economy shrinks by record 10.1% in second quarter due to coronavirus lockdowns
Germany appears to have withstood the coronavirus shock better than many of its neighbours so far and began reopening factories, shops and restaurants in early May, allowing economic activity to pick up again. The country has also been able to avoid mass layoffs, with separate data on Thursday showing unemployment was stable at 6.4 percent in July, the same rate as June.
German minister commits suicide after 'virus crisis worries'
Schaefer, 54, was found dead near a railway track on Saturday.The Wiesbaden prosecution's office said they believe he died by suicide.
Germany's Angela Merkel goes into quarantine after contact with infected doctor
Angela Merkel, 65, will continue her work from home and will submit to repeated tests over the next few days, her spokesman said in a statement, adding it was too soon for a conclusive test yet. Merkel earlier on Sunday said in a televised press briefing that Germany would ban public meetings of more than two people, amid a raft of further measures.
European shares rise after SAP's reassuring outlook
The broader European equities index rose 0.3% in early deals