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Earthworms delay flights at Kathmandu <strong>airport</strong>

Earthworms delay flights at Kathmandu airport

19 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Authorities at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) here have been forced to delay international flights, both arriving and departing, due to a huge number of earthworms crawling on the runway.

Earthworms,   Kathmandu,   Kathmandu airport,   Tribhuvan International Airport,   earthworms on runway,  
AirAsia India starts Bangalore-Kochi flight service

AirAsia India starts Bangalore-Kochi flight service

21 Jul 2014

Mumbai: AirAsia India, the domestic arm of Malaysian airline AirAsia added Kochi to its network with the launch of a daily flight service from Bangalore on Sunday. AirAsia India, which stated operations in the country on June 12, now has services to Goa, Chennai and Kochi from Bangalore.

AirAsia,   Bangalore-Kochi flight service,   Malaysian airline,   flight srevice,   Cochin International Airport,  
<strong>Airport</strong> Express Metro fares reduced

Airport Express Metro fares reduced

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: In its bid to provide greater convenience to commuters, the Delhi Metro on Thursday announced a reduction in fares by up to 40 percent on its Airport Express line.

Airport Express Metro,   Delhi Metro,   Airport Express line,   Dhaula Kuan,   New Delhi station,   ,  
Kerala government refuses to drop Aranmula <strong>airport</strong> project

Kerala government refuses to drop Aranmula airport project

17 Jul 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Despite CAG and National Green Tribunal finding violations in getting sanction for the controversial private Aranmula airport, Kerala government on Thursday said it would support the project if its promoters came with an environment friendly and a legally valid proposal.

Kerala government,   Aranmula airport,   CAG,   National Green Tribunal,  
Terror attack near Kabul <strong>airport</strong>, no casualties reported

Terror attack near Kabul airport, no casualties reported

17 Jul 2014

Kabul: Taliban guerrillas mounted a brazen attack on a building adjoining the Kabul International Airport (KIA) in Afghanistan on Thursday with rocket launchers and heavy weapons but no casualties reported, said the police official.

Terror attack,   Kabul airport,   Kabul International Airport,   Afghanistan,   Zabiullah Mujahid ,  
Former US president Bill Clinton arrives in Jaipur

Former US president Bill Clinton arrives in Jaipur

15 Jul 2014

Jaipur: Former US president Bill Clinton arrived here on Monday night on a tour during which he will visit a kitchen being run for schoolchildren by an NGO.

Former US president,   Bill Clinton,   international airport,   Sanganer,   Akshya Patra ,  
Bill Clinton to visit UP village on Thursday

Bill Clinton to visit UP village on Thursday

15 Jul 2014

Lucknow: Former US president Bill Clinton will arrive here on Thursday to take part in a ‘social activity’ in a village, officials said on Tuesday.

Bill Clinton,   social activity,   Chaudhary Charan Singh,   International Airport Clinton,   Foundation,   Mulayam Singh Yadav,  
Air India formally becomes 27th member of Star Alliance

Air India formally becomes 27th member of Star Alliance

11 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Air India on Friday formally became the 27th member of Star Alliance, opening up its domestic network in the fifth largest aviation market to the global airlines grouping's passengers the world over.

Air India,   Star Alliance,   Mark Schwab,   Rohit Nandan,   IGI Airport,  
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,  
Kochi <strong>airport</strong> to remain on red alert

Kochi airport to remain on red alert

30 Jun 2014

Kochi: The Kochi International airport, where security had been tightened following receipt of calls threatening attack by terrorists, would continue to be on red alert, but restrictions on the entry of visitors would be lifted by 6 am on Tuesday, airport officials said.

Kochi airport,   red alert on Kochi airport,   terror attack threats,   terror attack threats on Kochi airport,   ,  

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