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Pakistan airforce plane lands at Lucknow for refuelling

Pakistan airforce plane lands at Lucknow for refuelling

26 Jan 2015

Lucknow: A Pakistan Air Force aircraft, with five military personnel on board, was allowed to land at the  airport here for refuelling last afternoon, official sources said on Monday.

Pakistan Airforce plane,   Indian Air Force,   Bangladesh,   Refuelling,   Lucknow Airport,  
Dense fog curtails <strong>transport</strong> services in Punjab, Haryana

Dense fog curtails transport services in Punjab, Haryana

25 Jan 2015

Chandigarh: Cold conditions prevailed in several parts of Punjab and Haryana with dense fog and mist affecting normal life and curtailing road, rail and air services in the two states on Sunday.

Punjab,   Haryana,   Foggy Conditions,   Trains delayed,   Flight,  
India, Pakistan exchange fire along <strong>International</strong> Border in Jammu

India, Pakistan exchange fire along International Border in Jammu

23 Jan 2015

Jammu: Indian and Pakistani troops traded fire overnight on the International Border in Samba district of Jammu after the BSF reacted to 'suspicious movements on the border'.

India,   Pakistan firing,   International Border,   ceasefire in Jammu,   Pakistani rangers,  
Congress promises populist measures in manifesto for Delhi polls

Congress promises populist measures in manifesto for Delhi polls

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Facing a tough electoral battle, Congress on Friday made an array of promises in its manifesto like significant cut in power rates, wi-fi facilities in public transport, waving off pending water bills and ensuring a graft-free administration if voted to power in Delhi.

Congress,   Congress manifesto,   Delhi power rates,   Delhi wi fi,   Delhi public transport,   Delhi election,   Delhi assembly polls,  
Pakistan captures 38 Indian fishermen near <strong>international</strong> maritime line

Pakistan captures 38 Indian fishermen near international maritime line

22 Jan 2015

Ahmedabad: The Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (MSA) has apprehended as many as 38 Indian fishermen and seized seven of their boats near international boundary off Jakhau coast in Kutch, an office-bearer of National Fish Workers' Forum said on Wednesday.

Pakistan captures Indian fishermen,   Pakistan Maritime Security Agency,   Pakistan MSA,   Indian international boundary,   Jakhau coast in Kutch,  
Pakistani Rangers violate ceasefire along <strong>International</strong> Border

Pakistani Rangers violate ceasefire along International Border

21 Jan 2015

Jammu: Pakistani Rangers on Wednesday violated the ceasefire by resorting to firing by small arms on Border Out Posts (BoPs) along the International Border in Jammu district, prompting the BSF to retaliate.

BSF outposts,   pakistani rangers,   ceasefire in Jammu,   pakistan ceasefire,   ceasefire violation,  
Gadkari says road projects worth Rs 50, 000 crore to begin in UP by December

Gadkari says road projects worth Rs 50, 000 crore to begin in UP by December

21 Jan 2015

Lucknow: Road projects worth Rs 50,000 crore would be started in Uttar Pradesh by the year-end, Union Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari said here on Wednesday.

Nitin Gadkari,   road projects,   Uttar Pradesh,   Union Surface Transport Minister,  
Obama's plane to land at Jaipur airport if weather remains bad in Delhi

Obama's plane to land at Jaipur airport if weather remains bad in Delhi

23 Jan 2015

Jaipur: Alternative arrangements for the landing of US President Barack Obama's plane will be in place at Sanganer airport here in case the plane is diverted due to bad weather or any other reason.

Barack Obama,   Obama plane,   Air Force One,   Jaipur airport,   Delhi weather,  
Tripura seeks access to Chittagong port in Bangladesh

Tripura seeks access to Chittagong port in Bangladesh

23 Jan 2015

Agartala: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has urged access to Chittagong Port in Bangladesh to the people of the Northeastern region and said it would help further improvement of bilateral relations between the two countries.

Chittagong port in Bangladesh,   Tripura Chittagong port access,   Tripura CM Manik Sarkar,   India Bangladesh ties,   Chittagong Photo Journalist Association,  
UP government to launch affordable rural <strong>transport</strong> service

UP government to launch affordable rural transport service

14 Jan 2015

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh government would soon launch a rural transport service to provide safe and affordable conveyance to residents of rural areas. A decision to start Lohia Rural Transport Service was taken during a Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, an official spokesman said here.

Central government,   Uttar Pradesh,   Akhilesh Yadav,   Lohia Rural Transport Service,   rural areas,   transport service,   Road Transport Corporation,   rural transport ,  

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