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Emirates picks Rolls-Royce for USD 9.2 billion engines deal

Emirates picks Rolls-Royce for USD 9.2 billion engines deal

17 Apr 2015

London: Dubai's Emirates Airline awarded a record engines deal worth USD 9.2-billion (8.5-billion-euro) to British aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce.

Emirates Airline,   Emirates engines,   British aircraft,   Rolls Royce,   Rolls Royce engine ,  
Google <strong>Malaysia</strong> hacked by 'Tiger-Mate Bangladeshi Hacker'

Google Malaysia hacked by 'Tiger-Mate Bangladeshi Hacker'

14 Apr 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Internet users were denied access to Google Inc's Malaysia website on Tuesday, and were redirected to a hacked page saying "Google Malaysia Hacked by Tiger-Mate #Bangladeshi Hacker".

Google Inc,   Google Malaysia,   Google hacking,   Internet hacking,   TigerMate Bangladeshi Hacker,  
Air India <strong>aircraft</strong> purchase: Supreme Court seeks probe report from CBI

Air India aircraft purchase: Supreme Court seeks probe report from CBI

15 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked CBI to apprise it of the status of its probe, if any, into alleged irregularities in purchase or hiring of 111 aircraft for Air India that had cost about Rs 70,000 crores to it during the tenure of  Praful Patel as the Civil Aviation Minister.

Air India,   Aircraft purchase,   Supreme Court,   CBI,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Praful Patel,   Chief Justice H L Dattu,   Prashant Bhushan,   Latest Nation News,  
Government owes around Rs 600 crore to Air India for VVIP travel

Government owes around Rs 600 crore to Air India for VVIP travel

16 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Government owes around Rs 600 crore to Air India for using its aircraft for travel of VVIPs.

Government,   Air India,   Air India aircraft,   VVIP travel,   Air India loss,   Air India revenue,   Civil Aviation ,  
SpiceJet to wet lease three Boeing 737 <strong>aircraft</strong>

SpiceJet to wet lease three Boeing 737 aircraft

08 Apr 2015

New Delhi: SpiceJet will wet lease three Boeing 737 aircraft from Czechoslovakian company TVS this month as the budget carrier operates more flights to meet the passenger rush in the summer.

SpiceJet plane lease,   Boeing 737 aircraft,   Boeing 737 aircraft lease,   Czechoslovakian company,   TVS,   SpiceJet,  
Father-son duo fly in Trainer <strong>aircraft</strong>

Father-son duo fly in Trainer aircraft

06 Apr 2015

Chennai: In an interesting instance, a father-son duo of the Indian Air Force recently flew in a trainer aircraft at the Tambaram base near here.

Indian Air Force,   IAF,   Tambaram base,   Arun Purushottam Garud,   Abhijeet Garud,   Latest News ,  
<strong>Malaysia</strong> passes tough anti-terror law

Malaysia passes tough anti-terror law

07 Apr 2015

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia's parliament on Tuesday passed a tough anti-terror bill to deal with "extraordinary" threats posed by extremist groups like Islamic State (IS), a move denounced by opponents as a harsh blow for civil rights in the Muslim majority country.

Malaysia passes anti terror bill,   anti terrorism law,   Prevention of Terrorism Bill,   Islamic State,   latest news,  
IS-inspired detainees had planned kidnappings: <strong>Malaysia</strong> Police

IS-inspired detainees had planned kidnappings: Malaysia Police

07 Apr 2015

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia on Tuesday said that the 17 militants detained over the weekend in a suspected terror plot had planned to kidnap high-profile figures in a bid to create an Islamic State-like regime in the country.

IS ,   ISIS,   Iraq,   Islamic State,   militants Malaysia,   Latest news,  
Demoralised India look to bounce back against <strong>Malaysia</strong>

Demoralised India look to bounce back against Malaysia

07 Apr 2015

Ipoh (Malaysia): Still winless after two outings, a demoralised India would be desperate to get their Azlan Shah Cup hockey campaign back on track with a positive result against a spirited Malaysia in their third league match, here on Monday.

Azlan Shah Cup hockey campaign,   Malaysian hockey team,   third league match,   Indian hockey team,   coach Paul van Ass,   Azlan Shah Stadium,  
Future Rafale deals will also be under government to government: Parrikar

Future Rafale deals will also be under government to government: Parrikar

13 Apr 2015

New Delhi: India on Monday said all future negotiations for purchase of French Rafale fighters would be through government to government route, discarding direct talks with manufacturers.

Rafale deals,   Government,   Manohar Parrikar,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Multi Role Combat Aircraft,   MMRCA,   Tender,   Latest News,  

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