Government Refused to talk to striking Air India pilots

Refusing to talk to striking Air India pilots, the government today said it will wait till the stir is called off and abide by the court's order on the Contempt of Court proceedings initiated by the airline management.

"I have already stated that there will be no talks with the pilots till they are on strike," Civil Aviation Minister Vayalar Ravi told reporters.

The minister also said that government will wait and abide by the court's order in the Contempt of Court proceeding initiated on the plea of the Air India management.

The Delhi High Court heard both the pilots and the management and adjourned the matter till tomorrow.

AIMT begins training of judicial officers

Army Institute of Management and Technology (AIMT) today began training of the first batch of 30 judicial officers at its campus in Greater Noida.

The six day-long training program is tailor made for effective management of courts and has been designed in consultation with the judicial officers.

The batch consists mostly of civil judges and additional judges including registrars selected from courts in Uttar Pradesh.

"AIMT would train over 1,000 judicial officers in next two years. Court management is a new subject of study and so far not much of written material is available on this topic.

The training is planned keeping in mind the functioning of courts," an army official said.

The program was inaugurated by Advocate General of Nagaland K N Balgopal in presence of senior judicial officers from UP


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