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First Hajj flight from India arrives in Saudi Arabia

First Hajj flight from India arrives in Saudi Arabia

28 Aug 2014

Jeddah: The first Hajj flight from India carrying 235 pilgrims has arrived in Medina in Saudi Arabia.

Jeddah,   first Hajj flight,   India,   pilgrims,   Medina,   Saudi Arabia,   Indian pilgrims,   Prince Mohammed International Airport ,  
Australia, China and Malaysia optimistic on locating MH370

Australia, China and Malaysia optimistic on locating MH370

28 Aug 2014

Canberra: Officials from Australia, China and Malaysia on Thursday met in Canberra for updates on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 and are ‘cautiously optimistic’ that it will be found.

Australia,   China,   Malaysia,   Malaysian flight MH370,   MH370 search,   Australian PM,   Warren Truss,   He Jianzhong,   Malaysian Transport Minister,   Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai,   Bathymetry technique,   Australian Transport Safety Bureau,   ,  
Agitated passenger sparks security scare at Malaysia airport

Agitated passenger sparks security scare at Malaysia airport

28 Aug 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Passengers waiting to board an aircraft in Kuala Lumpur were left standing out on the tarmac for four hours after an agitated passenger uttered the word ‘bomb’.

Malaysia,   Malaysia airport,   Malindo Air flight,   Bomb scare,   Bomb squad,  
Ebola zone countries isolated as airlines suspend flights

Ebola zone countries isolated as airlines suspend flights

28 Aug 2014

Freetown: Three nations at the centre of the West African Ebola outbreak were left increasingly isolated on Thursday as more airlines suspended flights to the crisis zone.

Ebola outbreak,   Ebola world scare,   Ebola vaccination,   Air France,   Suspended flight zone,   British Airways,   David Nabarro,   UN Envoy,   Brussels Airlines,   Flight suspension in West Africa,   lethal tropical virus,  
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,  
US, China meet to establish code of conduct on South China Sea

US, China meet to establish code of conduct on South China Sea

27 Aug 2014

Washington: The US and China have started a two-day meeting at the Pentagon to set up a code of conduct on naval and air force safety on the high seas, in the wake of a Chinese jet intercepting an American Navy patrol plane in the international waters of South China Sea.

United Nations,   China,   UN-China talk,   South China sea,   Pacific power,   P-8 patrol aircraft,   Jet fighter,   International air space,  
Pakistan running out of polio campaign funds

Pakistan running out of polio campaign funds

28 Aug 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan's Health Ministry has said that if new funds are not arranged for the delayed anti-polio campaign, it is likely to halt after two months.

Pakistan,   Pakistan Health Ministry,   Anti-polio campaign,   Economic Coordination Council,   Islamic Development Bank,   Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,   World Health Organization,   Pakistan crises,   International Health Regulations,   National Institute of Health,  
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 ,  
Water talks between India and Pakistan end inconclusively

Water talks between India and Pakistan end inconclusively

27 Aug 2014

Lahore: The three-day talks between India and Pakistan in Lahore over designs of Kishan Ganga Dam and four other hydroelectric power projects at the Jhelum and the Chenab rivers respectively ended inconclusively, but the two sides hoped to find a solution in next meeting in Delhi.

India,   Pakistan government,   Indo-Pak relations,   Kishan Ganga Dam,   Jhelum hydroelectric power projects,   Mirza Asif Baig,   K Vohra,   International Court of Justice,  

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