14 Dec 2012
The air accident rate was at a record low this year, making 2012 the safest year in civil aviation history, a media report said.
31 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Indian airspace remained free of any major mishap involving airlines and helicopters this year, which saw three major air accidents hogging the headlines globally.
02 Apr 2016
New Delhi: It was just another day in Kolkata 'March 31st,' people were out on the streets unaware of the tragedy that was to befall on them. At around 12.30 pm the City of Joy was shaken as a huge part of an under construction flyover sniffing out 24 lives in a matter of seconds, leaving hundreds seriously injured.
22 Oct 2015
Munger/Jehanabad: At least six people were killed and 13 injured, one of them seriously, in two road mishaps in Bihar's Munger and Jehanabad districts, police said today.
07 Jul 2014
New Delhi: Almost all Indian airlines, barring Jet Airways, IndiGo and GoAir, suffered losses in 2012-13 with Air India suffering the highest loss of Rs 5,490 crore, Lok Sabha was informed on Monday.
15 Mar 2016
Vijayawada: Eleven people, including four medical students, were killed and at least 40 injured in two separate accidents in Andhra Pradesh, police said today.
21 Jan 2015
Chennai/Dharmapuri: A total of eleven people died in two separate mishaps in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, police said. While seven died and over 50 injured in Dharmapuri District, four two-wheeler riders were killed when a speeding mini truck rammed them at Padi in Chennai and one person is in a critical condition.
25 Feb 2016
New Delhi: Aiming at a 'zero accident' regime, the Rail Budget today unveiled plans to eliminate all unmanned level crossings on the broad gauge network in 3-4 years for which innovative financing mechanism are being worked out to curb train accidents.
25 Mar 2014
New Delhi: According to a new report by the World Health Organization (WHO), around 7 million people were killed in 2012 as a result of air pollution, making it the biggest environmental health risk.
02 Feb 2016
New Delhi: Terming as "unfortunate" the death of two children after falling in tanks in their respective schools, the Delhi High Court today sought response of AAP government, South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) and the school authorities.