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<strong>Air</strong> India to add extra capacity in domestic sector

Air India to add extra capacity in domestic sector

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With aviation capacity coming under strain, national carrier Air India on Saturday said that it is planning to ramp up capacity in the domestic sector by inducting more aircraft.

Air India,   domestic sector,   airlines,   flights,   aircraft,   holiday rush,  
Bank <strong>strike</strong> on multiple days in January: Unions

Bank strike on multiple days in January: Unions

20 Dec 2014

Vadodara: Bank employees' unions have decided to go on strike next month on multiple days to seek early resolution of their long-pending demand for a wage hike.

Bankers,   Strike,   Five days,   January,  AIBEA,   UFBU,  
Obama's year-end message to Americans: I'm not a lame duck

Obama's year-end message to Americans: I'm not a lame duck

20 Dec 2014

Washington: If US President Barack Obama is feeling the pain from a rough year at the office, he did a great job of covering it up on Friday.

US President Barack Obama,   Air Force One,   US economic growth,  
US <strong>air</strong> strikes kill senior Islamic State leaders: Pentagon

US air strikes kill senior Islamic State leaders: Pentagon

19 Dec 2014

Washington: Several leaders of Islamic State militant group have been killed in Iraq during US air strikes in recent weeks, dealing a blow to the extremist jihadist forces, the Pentagon said on Friday.

Islamic State leaders killed,   Islamic State militant group,   US air strikes,   US air strikes in Iraq,   Pentagon,   extremist jihadist forces,   John Kirby,   ISIL,  
SpiceJet shares soar about 20 percent on hopes of revival

SpiceJet shares soar about 20 percent on hopes of revival

19 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Shares of SpiceJet zoomed almost 20 percent on Friday on expectations of revival of the distressed air carrier.

SpiceJet,   SpiceJet shares,   SpiceJet revival,   Air carrier,   SpiceJet flights,  
Kerala government  to go ahead with <strong>Air</strong> Kerala project

Kerala government to go ahead with Air Kerala project

18 Dec 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Government on Thursday expressed displeasure over the Union government's 'neglect' of the state's repeated requests to find a solution to the alleged exorbitant fares being charged by flight operators, including Air India in the Kerala-Gulf sector.

Kera government,   air-kerala project,   kerala-Gulf sector,  
Pakistan cricketers to visit terror-hit Army School in Peshawar

Pakistan cricketers to visit terror-hit Army School in Peshawar

19 Dec 2014

Karachi: Left dismayed by the terror strike in Peshawar which left 132 children dead, Pakistan's cricket team is planning to visit the attacked Army school and pay its tributes.

Terror strike,   Peshawar,   Pakistan cricket team,   Army school,   Shahid Afridi,   Javed Afridi,   ODI series,   New Zealand,  
India successfully tests 1,000-kg glide bomb

India successfully tests 1,000-kg glide bomb

19 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: India on Friday tested an indigenously developed 1,000-kg glide bomb, with a top official saying the country can now launch heavy bombs for delivery up to 100 km away with high precision.

India defence,   Glide bomb,   Heavy bombs,   Defence Research and Development Organisation,   DRDO,   Indian Air force,   Bay of Bengal,  
Tihar jail security beefed up over terror attacks

Tihar jail security beefed up over terror attacks

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Security of Tihar jail has been beefed up after intelligence inputs were received that the high profile prison may be targeted by terror outfits to free jailed terrorists.

Tihar jail,   jailed terrorists,   terror outfits,   high-security prison,   LeT strike,   terrorist attacks,  
Technique developed that sprays water in <strong>air</strong> to bring rain

Technique developed that sprays water in air to bring rain

17 Dec 2014

London:Clouds form when water droplets gather on dust or other particles in the air. Increasing the amount of salt particles in the atmosphere allows more of these water droplets to form the clouds denser and more reflective. Now, a team from universities of Manchester, Washington and Edinburgh have found a technique called "Rayleigh Jet" which can spray a fine jet of water that breaks down into small droplets in the sky.

Technique,   Clouds,  Rayleigh Jet,   Salt water,   Air,   Rain,   Water droplets ,  

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