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Dense fog envelops Delhi; <strong>flight</strong>, train services disrupted

Dense fog envelops Delhi; flight, train services disrupted

22 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The minimum temperature plunged to 4.2 degrees Celsius on Monday, the coldest December 22 in last five years and also the lowest this season, even as a thick blanket of fog disrupted normal life in the national capital and hit flight and train operations.

India Meteorological Department,   IMD,   Meteorological Office,   thick fog,   fog in Delhi,   Delhi weather,   temperature in Delhi,   ,  
Thai <strong>flight</strong> forced to <strong>return</strong> by unruly Chinese passengers

Thai flight forced to return by unruly Chinese passengers

13 Dec 2014

Bangkok: A low-cost flight carrying passengers from Thailand to China was forced to return to Bangkok after a Chinese passenger threw hot water at a cabin attendant, the airline said on Saturday.

Thai flight return,   Chinese passengers return,   Thai flight Thailand to China,   Bangkok,   Chinese passenger unruly behaviour,   Thai AirAsia Flight FD9101,  
Twelve Kerala nurses <strong>return</strong> from Libya

Twelve Kerala nurses return from Libya

19 Dec 2014

Kochi:  The first batch of 12 Kerala nurses evacuated by the Centre from trouble-torn Libya arrived here in the wee hours of Friday.

Libya,   Kerala nurses return,   centre,   ,  
Vistara to launch operations from 9th January

Vistara to launch operations from 9th January

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Tata-Singapore Airlines joint venture airline Vistara announced the launch of its operations from January 9 with flight from Delhi to Mumbai and Ahmedabad.

Tata Airlines,   Singapore Airlines,   Vistara,   Vistara flights,   Delhi Mumbai flight,  
SEBI cautions against illicit high-<strong>return</strong> schemes

SEBI cautions against illicit high-return schemes

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Regulator Security Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Wednesday cautioned investors against putting their hard earned money in unregulated schemes floated by companies illegally raising funds with promise of exorbitant rates of return.

SEBI,   high return schemes,   Security Exchange Board of India ,   CCPS,   ,  
App-based cab booking service will <strong>return</strong>

App-based cab booking service will return

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: App-based cab booking services will soon make a comeback in the capital with the Delhi government making specific guidelines for their operation which will include mandatory installation of GPS devices and providing full database of their drivers to police.

App-based cab,   Delhi Government,   GPS services,   Uber Cab,   Uber Rape Case ,  
34 Indian nurses being evacuated from Libya

34 Indian nurses being evacuated from Libya

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Nearly 34 Indian nurses are being evacuated from strife-torn Libya by the government and the first batch of 12 will arrive on Thursday in Kochi.

Indian nurses,   Indian nurses in Libya,   Libya return nurses,   Libya,   Kochi nurses,   Syed Akbaruddin,  
New NASA software to enhance <strong>flight</strong> efficiency, reduce environmental impacts

New NASA software to enhance flight efficiency, reduce environmental impacts

16 Dec 2014

New York: NASA researchers have begun flight tests of a computer software that shows promise in improving flight efficiency and reducing environmental impacts of aircraft, especially on communities around airports.

NASA,   Software ,  Flight,   ASTAR,   Researchers,   Environmental,  
Will supply fuel only on immediate payment: Oil companies to Spicejet

Will supply fuel only on immediate payment: Oil companies to Spicejet

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With troubled Spicejet having grounded its flights, oil companies have made it clear that the budget carrier will get fuel only on immediate payments, as the airline is on 'cash and carry' mode.

Flight operations,   SpiceJet,   jet fuel,   Civil Aviation Ministry ,  
SpiceJet resumes operations after being grounded on fuel issue

SpiceJet resumes operations after being grounded on fuel issue

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: After all its flights remained grounded for most part of the day on Wednesday, cash-strapped SpiceJet resumed operations in the evening as oil companies, which had stopped fuel supplies to its aircraft, eased the restriction.

Flight operations,   SpiceJet,   jet fuel,   Civil Aviation Ministry,   COO Sanjiv Kapoor,   oil companies,  

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