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<strong>Air</strong> quality deteriorates alarmingly in Delhi post-Diwali

Air quality deteriorates alarmingly in Delhi post-Diwali

24 Oct 2014

Delhi: Air quality in the national capital deteriorated alarmingly a day after Diwali as pollution levels spiked more than five times higher than normal leaving many at the risk of respiratory problems. The Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter (RSPM), which directly affects breathing, has gone up by five times from the national ambiance air quality standard, stated scientists from System of Air quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR).

SAFAR,   Respiratory Problems,   Air quality,   Diwali,  
Raje announces generous bonus for Rajasthan roadways employees

Raje announces generous bonus for Rajasthan roadways employees

22 Oct 2014

Jaipur: Showing her generosity Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Wednesday announced to pay bonus to employees of the State Road Transport Corporation (RSRTC) who were earlier denied by their Governing Council, an official spokesman said.

Jaipur,   Chief Minister,   Vasundhara Raje,   pay bonus,  employees,   State Road Transport Corporation,   RSRTC,   Governing Council,  
Bus strike to cripple Uttar Pradesh

Bus strike to cripple Uttar Pradesh

20 Oct 2014

Lucknow: Road transport in Uttar Pradesh is likely to be hit as contractual drivers and conductors of the state run buses have announced that they will go on a strike from Monday night, officials said.

Uttar Pradesh,   Uttar Pradesh State Roadways Transport Corporation,   UPSRTC,   SP,   Akhilesh Yadav,   Samajwadi party,  
Uttar Pradesh cuts taxes on aviation fuel

Uttar Pradesh cuts taxes on aviation fuel

21 Oct 2014

Agra: Uttar Pradesh has announced a reduction in taxes on aviation fuel in a bid to promote air travel in the state.

Uttar Pradesh,   tax reduction,   aviation fuel,   air travel,   North East Flight Company,  
22 injured as SIA flight hit by turbulence in Mumbai

22 injured as SIA flight hit by turbulence in Mumbai

19 Oct 2014

Mumbai: In a close shave, a packed super jumbo aircraft of Singapore Airlines with over 430 people on board was hit by sudden turbulence during descent here, leaving eight passengers and 14 crew members injured.

Super jumbo aircraft,   Singapore Airlines,   Turbulence,   Air passengers,   Crew members,  
'DTC buses cause 239 accidents in 5 yrs due to rash driving'

'DTC buses cause 239 accidents in 5 yrs due to rash driving'

12 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Delhi Transport Corporation buses have been involved in 239 accidents in the national capital in the past five years due to rash and negligent driving.

Delhi Transport Corporation,   DTC buses ,  
Patnaik asks Centre to expedite <strong>international</strong> flights from Odisha

Patnaik asks Centre to expedite international flights from Odisha

17 Oct 2014

Bhubaneswar: Terming the delay in beginning of the international flight operation from Odisha as "unfortunate," Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday asked the Centre to take steps for early utilization of facilities available at the Biju Patnaik International Airport here.

international flight,   Odisha,   Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik,   Biju Patnaik International Airport,   letter to centre,   Union Minister of Civil Aviation,   A Gajapathi Raju,   International Airport,  
Nitish Kumar recalls his <strong>association</strong> with Jai Prakash Narayan

Nitish Kumar recalls his association with Jai Prakash Narayan

11 Oct 2014

Chapra (Bihar): Senior JD(U) leader and former Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar paid rich tributes to legendary socialist leader Jai Prakash Narayan, popularly called JP, on his 112th birth anniversary and recalled his association with the anti-corruption crusader in the 1970s.

Chapra,   Bihar,   JDU,   Bihar chief minister,   Nitish Kumar,   Jai Prakash Narayan,   JP,   1970s,  
<strong>International</strong> yoga festival ends in Haridwar

International yoga festival ends in Haridwar

06 Oct 2014

Dehradun: Curtains came down on Monday on an international festival on yoga, culture and spirituality at Haridwar-based Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya with nearly 2000 delegates from 20 countries including the US, Korea and Israel participating in the five-day extravaganza.

international festival on yoga,   Haridwar,   Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya,   US Patrick Mcculum,   spiritual leader ,  
Pakistani rangers target four BSF posts along <strong>International</strong> Border

Pakistani rangers target four BSF posts along International Border

10 Oct 2014

New Delhi/Jammu: Pakistani rangers target four BSF posts in Kathua district along International Border here on Friday, says a BSF spokesman. There has been a sharp decline in firing from the Pakistani rangers along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir. Around eight people have died in the week-long violence in the state and over 60 have been injured.

Pakistani rangers,   BSF posts,   International Border,   ceasefire,   ceasefire violation,   Pakistan ceasefire,  

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