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European space plane set for February launch: Firm

European space plane set for February launch: Firm

22 Nov 2014

Paris: Europe's first-ever "space plane" will be launched on February 11 next year, rocket firm Arianespace said on Friday after a three-month delay to fine-tune the mission flight plan. The unmanned, car-sized vessel will be sent into low orbit by Europe's Vega light rocket, on a 100-minute fact-finding flight to inform plans to build a shuttle-like, reusable space vehicle.

Europe,   space plane,   February launch,   Arianespace,   mission flight plan,   Vega light rocket,   reusable space vehicle,  
Air India <strong>flight</strong> suffers tyre burst and bird hit at Goa airport

Air India flight suffers tyre burst and bird hit at Goa airport

18 Nov 2014

Panaji: A Delhi-bound Air India flight via Mumbai with 164 passengers on-board had to abort take-off at the last minute on Tuesday after it suffered a tyre burst as well as a bird hit at Dabolim airport in Goa.

Air India,   AI flight,   tyre burst,   bird hit,   Goa airport,   Mumbai,   passengers onboard,   Dabolim airport,   Goa,  
<strong>Return</strong> of five fishermen strengthens India's position as leader of South Asian region

Return of five fishermen strengthens India's position as leader of South Asian region

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The return of five fishermen to Tamil Nadu from the clutches of death in Sri Lanka has added another feather in six-month old NDA Government foreign policy's cap and also strengthened India's position as the de facto head of South Asian region. Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa commuted the death sentence awarded to five Indian fishermen after Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a telephonic conversation with him last week on the issue.

five fishermen return,   fishermen,   India,   South Asian region,   Tamil Nadu,   Sri Lanka,   death sentence,   President,   Mahinda Rajapaksa,   Modi,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,  
Sports Minister congratulates Saina, Srikanth on their <strong>return</strong>

Sports Minister congratulates Saina, Srikanth on their return

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Sarbananda Sonowal congratulated K Srikanth and Saina Nehwal for creating history at the China Open Super Series badminton and promised complete support in their endeavour for winning many more titles.

Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports,   Sarbananda Sonowal,   K Srikanth,   Saina Nehwal,   China Open Super Series badminton ,  
Recovery of MH17 wreckage to be completed in five days

Recovery of MH17 wreckage to be completed in five days

18 Nov 2014

The Hague: The recovery of the wreckage Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 will be completed in around five days, the Dutch Safety Board, leading the investigation into the crash in eastern Ukraine, has announced.

Malaysian Airlines Flight,   Dutch Safety Board,   Eastern Ukraine,   Netherland,   Khariv,  
Terry Walsh officially quits, but door still open for <strong>return</strong>

Terry Walsh officially quits, but door still open for return

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In a major setback for Indian hockey, the men's national team chief coach Terry Walsh on Tuesday officially quit from his post after his contractual talks with Hockey India and the SAI broke down but a fresh proposal is still being worked out for the Australian's consideration.

Indian hockey national coach,   Terry Walsh,   Sports Authority of India,   Hockey India,   ,  
Russia hopes ties with EU have not crossed point of no <strong>return</strong>

Russia hopes ties with EU have not crossed point of no return

18 Nov 2014

Minsk: Russia hopes its ties with the EU had not yet crossed the point of no return over the Ukraine crisis after Brussels slapped more sanctions against Kremlin-backed separatists fighting Kiev.

Russia,   EU,   Russian Foreign Minister,   Sergei Lavrov,   Ukrain crises,  
Pilot's wireless devices can be hacked, endanger <strong>flight</strong>

Pilot's wireless devices can be hacked, endanger flight

12 Nov 2014

Washington: Apps and wireless devices which private airline pilots use while flying are vulnerable to a wide range of security attacks.

Apps,   Wireless devices,   Private airline,   Pilots,   In-flight information,   GPS,   Private pilots,   University of California,   Johns Hopkins University,  
Buffalo-hit: Surat airport director transferred to Assam

Buffalo-hit: Surat airport director transferred to Assam

12 Nov 2014

Ahmedabad: The Airports Authority of India has transferred Surat airport Director S D Sharma to Leelabari airport in Assam, days after a Delhi-bound Spice Jet flight with 144 passengers onboard hit a stray buffalo on the runway, officials said on Wednesday.

Airport Authority of India,   Spice Jet Flight,   DGCA,   Surat Municipal Corporation ,  
Hong Kong student leaders blocked from taking democracy fight to Beijing

Hong Kong student leaders blocked from taking democracy fight to Beijing

15 Nov 2014

Hong Kong: Three Hong Kong student leaders were stopped from boarding a flight to Beijing on Saturday to take their fight for greater democracy directly to the Chinese government after airline authorities said their travel permits were invalid.

Hong Kong student,   stopped from boarding,   flight to Beijing,   fight for greater democracy,   Chinese government,   airline authorities,   travel permits,   invalid,  

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