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Pakistan <strong>Air</strong> Force shows off JF-17 fighter jets

Pakistan Air Force shows off JF-17 fighter jets

27 Jan 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan's Air Force (PAF) on Monday formally inducted indigenously-built JF-17 Thunder fighter jets into its combat school.

Pakistan Air Force,   JF-17 fighter jets,   Pak thunder fighter,   Combat Commanders School Pakistan,  
New attempt to lift AirAsia wreckage fails

New attempt to lift AirAsia wreckage fails

26 Jan 2015

Jakarta: A new attempt to lift the submerged fuselage of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 failed when a wire rope snapped after the wreckage reached the surface of the water, Indonesian officials said.

Indonesia,   Air Asia Flight,   Java Sea,   Singapore,  
IATA vows action after aviation industry witnesses black week

IATA vows action after aviation industry witnesses black week

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.

IATA,   International Air Transport Association,   black week,   aviation industry,   Malaysia Airlines,   MH17 crash,   aviation safety,  
Anti-terror action shouldn't be on basis of vague laws: Amnesty

Anti-terror action shouldn't be on basis of vague laws: Amnesty

26 Jan 2015

Davos: Concerned over freedom of expression being hurt while acting against those violating such rights, Amnesty International has called for doing away with use of vaguely-defined provisions in the anti-terror laws and other such legislations.

Anti-terror action,   Freedom of Expression,   Amnesty International,   Charlie Hebdo,   French Government,   WEF Summit,  
Aviation safety remains top priority, says IATA

Aviation safety remains top priority, says IATA

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.

Aviation safety,   IATA,   International Air Transport Association,   Malaysia Airlines,   MH370,   MH370 disappearance,  
IATA meet to focus on MH370 disappearance, financial stress

IATA meet to focus on MH370 disappearance, financial stress

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.

IATA,   International Air Transport Association,   MH370,   Malaysia Airlines,   MH370 missing,   missing airplane ,  
Israel ready for Hezbollah retaliation: Minister

Israel ready for Hezbollah retaliation: Minister

23 Jan 2015

Jerusalem: Israeli Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon said on Friday that the country was prepared for any retaliation by Hezbollah, after it carried out a deadly air strike in Syria against the Lebanese Shiite militant group.

Israel,   Israel defence,   Moshe Yaalon,   Hezbollah,   Air strike,   Syria,   Militant,  
Myanmar signs pacts on ASEAN tourist secretariat, Japanese loan

Myanmar signs pacts on ASEAN tourist secretariat, Japanese loan

24 Jan 2015

Yangon: Myanmar parliament has signed an agreement on establishing a regional secretariat for mutual interaction of ASEAN tourist experts.

Myanmar,   ASEAN tourist secretariat,   Japanese loan,   Japan International Cooperation Agency,  
US President Barack Obama embarks on India trip this evening

US President Barack Obama embarks on India trip this evening

24 Jan 2015

Washington: US President Barack Obama will leave Andrews Air Force Base this evening for his highly anticipated three-day landmark trip to India on an invitation by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Obama India visit,   Barack Obama India trip,   US President Barack Obama,   Andrews Air Force Base,   Republic day celebrations,  
Bangladesh <strong>transport</strong> blockade to continue

Bangladesh transport blockade to continue

08 Jan 2015

Dhaka: The opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) has said its nationwide transport blockade will continue to "reclaim democracy and end misrule" in the country, a media report said on Thursday.

BNP,   Bangladesh transport strike,   transport strike continue,   Awami league,   BNP joint secretary,   Salahuddin Ahmed,  

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