04 Oct 2015
Washington: US President Barack Obama has expressed deepest condolences over air strike on a hospital in Afghanistan's Kunduz city that killed 19 people and asked the Pentagon to keep him apprised of the investigation into it.
03 Oct 2015
Kabul: An air strike on a hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz left three doctors without borders staff dead and dozens more unaccounted for, the medical charity said, with NATO conceding US forces may have been behind the bombing.
02 Oct 2015
Paris: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said in a TV interview that he would consider allowing Russia to carry out air strikes on Islamic State jihadists on Iraqi territory if Moscow offered.
30 Sep 2015
Moscow: Russia launched its first air strikes in war-torn Syria today after President Vladimir Putin won parliamentary permission to use force abroad. It was Moscow's first military engagement in a distant theatre of war since the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979.
02 Oct 2015
Washington: An American C-130J military transport plane crashed at the Jalalabad airport in Afghanistan early today, killing all on board, including six US service members and five civilian passengers, the Pentagon said.
30 Sep 2015
Kathmandu: Nepal Government today asked the cable operators to continue the broadcast of Indian TV channels and sought explanation from them for blacking out the channels in the wake of blockade of trade checkpoints with India by agitators opposing the new Constitution.
26 Jul 2014
Kuala Lumpur: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said that it will ‘leave nothing unturned’ to boost global aviation safety after a black week for the industry that has claimed over 460 lives in three separate crashes.
04 Jun 2014
Doha: Safety in global aviation remains high, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said, as it seeks to improve in-flight tracking after the disappearance of a Malaysian passenger jet in March.
02 Jun 2014
Doha (Qatar): Continuous tracking of aircraft following the mysterious disappearance of MH370, carbon-neutral air travel and financial stress hitting the airline industry would be the focus of debate among global aviation chiefs at the IATA meet starting in Doha on Monday.
04 Oct 2013
London: British citizens enjoy the widest range of visa-free travel in the world, being able to visit 173 countries with just a passport, while Indians get visa-free or visa-on-arrival access in 52 countries.