India's Directorate General of Civil Aviation issued a draft of a new rule that calls for airlines to compensate passengers INR2000-4000 ($44-$87) or the value of the ticket if a flight is delayed for more than 2 hr. or cancelled, India's Business Standard reported. The proposed rule states that delays attributed to "political instability, natural disasters, civil wars, insurrection or riot, flood, explosions, government regulation, strikes or labor disputes ...

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