A Jet Airways passenger aircraft takes off from the airport in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, India. Reuters
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Indian Immigration authorities on Saturday stopped former Jet Airways chief Naresh Goyal and his wife from travelling to London, an official said, a month after the debt-laden company grounded its fleet.
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