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Mass graves of suspected trafficking victims found in Malaysia

Mass graves of suspected trafficking victims found in Malaysia

24 May 2015

Kuala Lumpur: Mass graves and suspected human trafficking detention camps have been discovered by Malaysian police in towns and villages bordering Thailand, the country's home minister said on Sunday.

Malaysian Prime Minister,   Najib Razak,   Mass Graves,   Human Trafficking Victims,   Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi,   Malaysian Police,   Rohingya Migrants,   Latest World News ,  
Samsung, Samsonite join hands for satellite-tracked suitcases

Samsung, Samsonite join hands for satellite-tracked suitcases

18 May 2015

Washington: Samsung and Samsonite have joined hands to come up with satellite-tracked suitcases. The new generation "smart luggage" relays location to owners' smartphones and will use GPS to track their location, alerting travelers when their luggage is unloaded from an aircraft or about to appear on the carousel.

Samsung,   Samsonite,   Satellite tracked suitcase,   Smart luggage,   Smartphones,   GPS,   Luggage,   Aircraft ,  
First India-made Tejas fighter squadron expected by 2017-18

First India-made Tejas fighter squadron expected by 2017-18

17 May 2015

New Delhi: Days after the government auditor questioned the delay in producting the indegenous Tejas light combat aircraft (LCA), a defence ministry official said the first squadron of 18 aircraft will be delivered by 2017-18 - a good 17 years after it first took to the skies.

Government of India,   Tejas light combat aircraft,   LCA,   Defence ministry,   Latest news,  
Two foreign envoys killed in Pak helicopter crash, Taliban says PM Nawaz Sharif was target

Two foreign envoys killed in Pak helicopter crash, Taliban says PM Nawaz Sharif was target

08 May 2015

Islamabad: Envoys of the Philippines and Norway and the wives of the Malaysian and Indonesian ambassadors were among seven persons killed when a Pakistani military helicopter on Friday crashed in the PoK as the Taliban claimed responsibility for the downing of the chopper and said premier Nawaz Sharif was their target.

Pak helicopter crash,   Pakistan,   Taliban Pakistan,   PoK,   Nawaz Sharif,   foreign envoys killed,   Pakistani military helicopter,   Indonesian ambassador,   Malaysian ambassador,  
India sends four <strong>aircraft</strong> with relief supplies, rescue team to Nepal

India sends four aircraft with relief supplies, rescue team to Nepal

25 Apr 2015

New Delhi: As many as four aircraft including a C-130 plane carrying three tonnes of relief supplies and a 40-member rescue team were on Saturday pressed into service to assist Nepal after it suffered a devastating earthquake in which hundreds of people have been killed.

Earthquake,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,  North India,   Earthquake Delhi,   Tremors,   Major earthquake,   Kathmandu,   Delhi,   NCR,   Nepal,   latest India news,  
Army inducts indigenously-built surface-to-air missile Akash

Army inducts indigenously-built surface-to-air missile Akash

05 May 2015

New Delhi: More than three decades after the project was initiated, Army on Tuesday inducted the indigenously- developed supersonic surface-to-air missile Akash, capable of targeting enemy helicopters, aircraft and UAVs from a range of 25 kms.

Indian Army,   Supersonic missile,   Surface to air missile,   Akash missile,   Helicopters,   Aircraft,   UAVs,  
<strong>Malaysian</strong> shuttler Lee Chong Wei handed backdated eight-month ban for doping

Malaysian shuttler Lee Chong Wei handed backdated eight-month ban for doping

27 Apr 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian shuttler Lee Chong Wei was handed a backdated eight-month ban for doping by the Badminton World Federation on Monday, keeping alive the former world number one's dream of winning gold at the Rio Olympics next year.

Lee Chong Wei,   Malaysia,   Badminton,   Ban,   Badminton World Federation,   Rio Olympics,   Kuala Lumpur,   latest sports news,  
MH370: Robotic submarine searches two-thirds of underwater area

MH370: Robotic submarine searches two-thirds of underwater area

21 Apr 2014

Perth: A robotic mini-submarine deployed to unprecedented depths of the Indian Ocean to hunt for the crashed Malaysian jet has searched nearly two-thirds of the focused area with no sign of any wreckage, as a tropical cyclone on Monday threatened to hamper operations.

MH370,  Robotic submarine,  Malaysian jet,   Missing Malaysian plane,   Malaysian aircraft,  
Movement of missing flight MH370 ‘consistent with deliberate action’: <strong>Malaysian</strong> PM

Movement of missing flight MH370 ‘consistent with deliberate action’: Malaysian PM

15 Mar 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Not ruling out a hijack, Malaysia on Saturday said the movement of the missing flight MH370 with 239 people on board was ‘consistent with deliberate action by someone on plane’.

Malaysian Prime Minister,   Malaysian plane missing probe,   Malaysian aircraft,   ,  
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,  

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