India’s national flag carrier Air India canceled 185 flights on Tuesday due to the ongoing strike by about 800 of its pilots. According to a senior Air India official, the airline managed to operate about 40 flights on the domestic network on the seventh day of the strike. The strike has so far caused a direct loss of about 700 million rupees ($15.6 million) to the already cash-strapped airline. Meanwhile, a court in India slapped contempt notices on nine union leaders of the ...

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