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<strong>Malaysian</strong> police investigates death threats to Ravi Shankar

Malaysian police investigates death threats to Ravi Shankar

30 Mar 2015

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian police is investigating a letter purportedly sent by the Islamic State (ISIS) militant group, threatening to kill Indian spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar who was in Penang over the weekend.

Malaysian police,   Sri Sri Ravi Shankar,   Ravi Shankar death treats,   IS threatens Ravi Shankar,   Indian spiritual guru ,  
Pakistan <strong>plane</strong> brings back over 500 stranded citizens from Yemen

Pakistan plane brings back over 500 stranded citizens from Yemen

30 Mar 2015

Karachi: A Pakistan International Airlines plane carrying 502 passengers from strife-torn Yemen arrived in Karachi, ending days of agonising wait for families.

Pakistan plane,   Yemen stranded citizens,   Yemen,   Pakistan International Airlines ,  
India sends <strong>plane</strong> to airlift citizens from Yemen

India sends plane to airlift citizens from Yemen

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Air India on Monday flew its first flight to airlift hundreds of Indians stranded in the strife-torn Yemen, soon after the government decided to evacuate its citizens amid the chaotic situation in the Gulf country.

Indians in Yemen,   airlifting stranded Indians,   Keralites,   Sushma Swaraj,   Saudi government,   Air India,   Airbus A320 aircraft ,  
Solar Impulse 2 departs Myanmar for China

Solar Impulse 2 departs Myanmar for China

30 Mar 2015

Mandalay (Myanmar): Solar Impulse 2 took off from Myanmar's second biggest city of Mandalay early on Monday and headed for China's Chongqing, the fifth flight of a landmark journey to circumnavigate the globe powered solely by the sun.

Solar Impulse 2,   Myanmar,   China,   Zero fuel plane,   Solar Plane,   SI 2,   Solar Powered Aircraft,   world first solar aircraft,  
Stevens out of Malaysia race with fuel issue

Stevens out of Malaysia race with fuel issue

29 Mar 2015

Sepang: Manor Marussia withdrew British driver Will Stevens from the Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix just an hour before the start on Sunday due to a fuel system problem.

Manor Marussia,   Will Stevens,   Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix ,  
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel storms to victory in Malaysia

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel storms to victory in Malaysia

29 Mar 2015

Sepang: Sebastian Vettel showed again that form is temporary and class permanent when the four times world champion put in a faultless display to record his first victory for Ferrari at the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday.

Sebastian Vettel,   Ferrari F1 team,   Malaysian Grand Prix,   Formula One team,   Lewis Hamilton,  
Rosberg heads Mercedes one-two in final practice

Rosberg heads Mercedes one-two in final practice

28 Mar 2015

Sepang: Nico Rosberg led a Mercedes one-two in the final free practice session for the Malaysian Grand Prix, the German edging out Lewis Hamilton by 0.184 seconds a few hours ahead of qualifying on Saturday.

Nico Rosberg,   Mercedes F1,   Malaysian Grand Prix,   Lewis Hamilton,   F1 race ,  
<strong>Malaysian</strong> court to rule next week on Anwar's royal pardon

Malaysian court to rule next week on Anwar's royal pardon

27 Mar 2015

Kuala Lumpur: A court here will announce its decision next week on petition for a royal pardon to Malaysia's jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim over his sodomy conviction.

Anwar Ibrahim,   royal pardon,   Malaysian court,   sodomy conviction,  
Alps crash pilot told ex-girlfriend 'everyone will know my name': Report

Alps crash pilot told ex-girlfriend 'everyone will know my name': Report

28 Mar 2015

Duesseldorf: The Germanwings co-pilot who crashed his Airbus in the French Alps, killing all 150 aboard, told his ex-girlfriend that "one day everyone will know my name", according to a media report.

Germanwings co pilot,   Andreas Lubitz,   Alps crash pilot,   Germanwings Airbus,   plane crash,   Germanwings accident,  
MIT expert: US rules make chances of cockpit takeover slim

MIT expert: US rules make chances of cockpit takeover slim

27 Mar 2015

Cambridge(US): US flight regulations make it unlikely that a single jetliner pilot could barricade himself or herself inside the cockpit like French prosecutors say the Germanwings co-pilot did before crashing his airliner into the French Alps, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology aviation analyst has said.

MIT,   Germanwings,   German Plane,   France,   cockpit takeover,  

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