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Robert Vadra may lose <strong>airport</strong> security privilege

Robert Vadra may lose airport security privilege

10 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra may soon lose his exalted frisking privileges at the airports. The new Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati hinted the same on Thursday.

Civil Aviation Minister,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati,   Majiid Memon,   Naresh Agarwal,   Sambit Patra,   BJP,   Robert Vadra,   BCAS,   Sonia Gandhi,  
First five no-frills airports to come up in four states

First five no-frills airports to come up in four states

09 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The first five no-frills airports would come up in four states and the work would begin in the next six months.

no-frills airports,   four states,   airport,   aviation minister,   ,  
Dubai eyes 120-million passenger capacity at second <strong>airport</strong>

Dubai eyes 120-million passenger capacity at second airport

08 Sep 2014

Dubai: Dubai has relaunched an ambitious project to develop its second airport, touted originally as the worlds largest, to handle 120 million passengers a year.

Dubai eyes 120-mn passenger capacity at second airport,  
Rahul Gandhi to felicitate teachers in Amethi on 5th September

Rahul Gandhi to felicitate teachers in Amethi on 5th September

03 Sep 2014

Amethi: Congress vice-president, Rahul Gandhi will felicitate teachers of a school here on Teachers' Day during his two day visit to his constituency Amethi.

Rahul Gandhi,   Amethi,   Teachers' Day,   felicitate teachers,   Amausi airport ,  
Agitated passenger sparks security scare at Malaysia <strong>airport</strong>

Agitated passenger sparks security scare at Malaysia airport

28 Aug 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Passengers waiting to board an aircraft in Kuala Lumpur were left standing out on the tarmac for four hours after an agitated passenger uttered the word ‘bomb’.

Malaysia,   Malaysia airport,   Malindo Air flight,   Bomb scare,   Bomb squad,  
Mumbai <strong>airport</strong> to screen passengers arriving from Ebola-hit Liberia

Mumbai airport to screen passengers arriving from Ebola-hit Liberia

26 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Elaborate precautionary arrangements have been put in place at the Mumbai Airport here to screen the 112 stranded Indians, who are expected to arrive on Tuesday by various flights from and around the Ebola-hit Liberia, authorities said in Mumbai.

Mumbai airport,   Mumbai International Airport Limited,   MIAL,   CSIA,   Ebola,   Liberia,  
Jailing of wheelchair-bound Beijing <strong>airport</strong> <strong>bomber</strong> sparks anger

Jailing of wheelchair-bound Beijing airport bomber sparks anger

15 Oct 2013

Beijing: A Chinese man in a wheelchair who detonated a home-made bomb in Beijing's airport after trying to draw attention to a nearly decade-long legal battle was sentenced to six years in jail, his lawyer said on Tuesday, sparking widespread sympathy and anger.

Beijing,   airport bomber,   legal battle,   sympathy,   anger,  
Chennai <strong>airport</strong> gets another threat call, security intensified

Chennai airport gets another threat call, security intensified

27 Aug 2014

Chennai: For the second time in two days the Airport here received a bomb threat call on Wednesday, following which security was intensified and checks carried out at over 20 areas in the premises, police said.

Chennai airport,   security intensified,   Director of Chennai Airport,   Bureau of Civil Aviation Security,   Nagapattinam ,  
Six passengers from Ebola-hit nations quarantined at Delhi <strong>airport</strong>

Six passengers from Ebola-hit nations quarantined at Delhi airport

26 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Six people including two women and a child who arrived at the Delhi airport here on Tuesday from and around the Ebola-hit Liberia were quarantined and taken for further tests.

Ebola virus,   Delhi airport,   Mumbai airport,   CSIA,   Nigeria,   Liberia,   government hospital,  
Mexico <strong>airport</strong> prepares to deal with Ebola virus

Mexico airport prepares to deal with Ebola virus

19 Aug 2014

Mexico City: The Mexico City International Airport is ready to deal with any possible cases of Ebola, a disease that is spreading through West Africa, aviation officials said.

Mexico City,   cases of Ebola,   World Health Organisation,   WHO,   International Civil Aviation Organisation,   ICAO ,  

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