21 Sep 2014
Petaling Jaya: A tired AnirbanLahiri tried hard for a birdie on the very last hole but ended with a bogey to finish third, while SSP Chowrasia recovered from his third round 73, to card 67 and end at tied fourth spot in the Worldwide Holdings Selangor Masters here on Sunday.
22 Sep 2014
Incheon: Saurav Ghosal became the first Indian to enter the Asian Games final, beating 2006 champion Ong Beng Hee on Monday. Top seed and the world no.16 lived up to his billing, outplaying 35th-ranked Beng Hee of Malaysia 11-9 11-4 11-5 in 45 minutes on the glass court of Yeorumul Squash Courts.
19 Sep 2014
Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Health Minister S. Subramaniam on Friday said that no case of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) has been reported in the country and there was no cause for the public to panic. Subramaniam said that the ministry would make a public announcement if there was a case.
18 Sep 2014
Singapore: South Asia is expected to add 1,750 new aircraft worth USD 230 billion and recruit 33,000 pilots and 30,000 technicians during the next 20 years, according to a projection presented by Boeing here on Thursday.
12 Sep 2014
New York: Boeing has delivered the fifth maritime patrol aircraft to India as part of a deal for eight aircraft to support the Indian Navy's maritime patrol requirements.
14 Sep 2014
Kuala Lumpur: An India-bound flight of Malaysia Airlines was forced to return due to an auto-pilot defect, landing safely here on Sunday, said the carrier which has been already hit by the twin tragedies this year.
11 Sep 2014
New Delhi: The US has delivered the fifth P-8I maritime patrol aircraft to India on Tuesday as part of an eight aircraft contract worth over Rs 12,000 crore in 2009.
12 Sep 2014
Rotterdam (Netherlands): The chief Dutch prosecutor overseeing the criminal investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 says that the plane being shot down from the ground is the ‘most likely’ scenario being probed by dozens of investigators.
06 Sep 2014
Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says the government aims to send a search team to the crash site in Ukraine of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 before winter sets in to gather physical evidence to prove it was shot down.
13 Sep 2014
The Hague: The Dutch government has decided to send more experts to Ukraine to investigate the cause of Malaysia Airline flight MH17's crash. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Friday said that the experts will arrive in the government-held Kharkiv city, close to the crash site in eastern Ukraine.