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Avoiding plane crashes turning a challenge for airline as <strong>air</strong> traffic doubles

Avoiding plane crashes turning a challenge for airline as air traffic doubles

29 Jul 2014

New York: More travelers are flying than ever before, creating a daunting challenge for airlines keep passengers safe in an ever more crowded airspace. Each day, 8.3 million people around the globe roughly the population of New York City step aboard an airplane. They almost always land safely.

Plane crashes,   air traffic,   New York,   passengers,   airlines,  
Two new Mi-17 helicopters to bolster BSF <strong>air</strong> wing

Two new Mi-17 helicopters to bolster BSF air wing

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Two advanced 'Mi' series choppers are set to provide additional support to the BSF air wing in anti-Naxal and counter-insurgency operations in the country.

'Mi' series,   BSF air wing,   Mi-17-V5,   Border Security Force,   BSF,  
‘Kick’ to <strong>strike</strong> gold in Pakistan box-office

‘Kick’ to strike gold in Pakistan box-office

29 Jul 2014

Karachi: Salman Khan's Eid release 'Kick' is expected to shatter all the records for the box-office collections on the first week in Pakistan. The movie, which has already drawn big crowds in some preview screenings, being run in the multiplexes in Karachi.

Kick,   Bollywood movie,   Salman Khan,   Salman Khan movies,   Pakistan,   Pakistan box-0ffice ,  
Medical interns on indefinite <strong>strike</strong> in Madurai

Medical interns on indefinite strike in Madurai

28 Jul 2014

Madurai: About 400 medical Interns at the Government Rajaji Hospital here and Government hospitals in Southern districts on Monday began their indefinite boycott of work demanding an increase in stipend, revised in 2004.

Medical interns,   Government Rajaji Hospital,   MBBS,   PG interns,   Interns' Association,   ,  
Trees saving more than 850 human lives per year in US

Trees saving more than 850 human lives per year in US

28 Jul 2014

Washington: Trees are saving more than 850 human lives a year and preventing 670,000 incidences of acute respiratory symptoms in the US, a new study has found.

US,   trees,   air pollution,   researchers,   US Forest Service's Northern Research Station,   Dave Nowak,   Davy Institute,  
Experts to begin 'difficult' probe into <strong>Air</strong> Algerie crash

Experts to begin 'difficult' probe into Air Algerie crash

26 Jul 2014

Bamako: Investigators were due on the site of the Air Algerie plane disaster in Mali on Saturday to try and determine why the jetliner came down with such force that it completely disintegrated.

Burkina Faso,   Air Algerie,   difficult probe,   France,   Francoise Hollande,   Mali,   plane disaster,  
Perera double-<strong>strike</strong> rocks South Africa

Perera double-strike rocks South Africa

26 Jul 2014

Colombo: Dilruwan Perera grabbed two wickets in three balls to push South Africa on the back foot despite an unbeaten 77 by captain Hashim Amla in the second Test against Sri Lanka on Friday.

Dilruwan Perera,   Sri Lanka,   South Africa,   Colombo Test,   Hashim Amla,   AB de Villiers,   Test match,   lunch,  
<strong>Air</strong> India suffers another blow as serious faults hit two Dreamliners

Air India suffers another blow as serious faults hit two Dreamliners

26 Jul 2014

New Delhi: National carrier Air India, which is often in news for off beam reasons, suffered a double whammy once again when two of its Dreamliners reported serious faults just before take-off from Delhi for Birmingham and Sydney and had to be grounded, airline sources said.

Air India,   national carrier,   Dreamliner,   Boeing 787,   Air India Dreamliners ,  
Apple reportedly working on 4K iMac & 12-inch Retina macbook <strong>air</strong>

Apple reportedly working on 4K iMac & 12-inch Retina macbook air

26 Jul 2014

If reports are to be believed, Apple is all busy preparing to launch macbook by mid if september tentativly. As apple is offering its users a chance to preview its latest desktop software, OS X Yosemite. Rumours have cropped up suggesting that the company could release the final version of the OS.

Apple,   iMac,   Macbook,   softaware,   OS X Yosemite,  
Israeli <strong>air</strong> strikes kill 20 as offensive enters 3rd day

Israeli air strikes kill 20 as offensive enters 3rd day

10 Jul 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: At least 20 Palestinians were killed on Thursday in fresh Israeli air strikes targeting over 300 Hamas positions, taking the death toll to 64 in the deadliest escalation in the region since November 2012.

Israeli air strike,   Gaza,   third day of air strike,   Palestinians,   casualties,   ,  

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