DGCA sanctions Kingfisher Airlines’s revised flight schedule

Finally approval from the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has made to the revised schedule of cash scrapped Kingfisher Airlines.

Last week DGCA had pulled up CEO of KFA, Sanjay Aggarwal by issuing a notice for not revealing schedule of flights and not defining reasons of the sudden flight cancellations.

On February 22, Sanjay met DGCA chief E.K. Bharat Bhushan, submitting a copy of its revised schedule and had formally announced a sharp drop in their operations.

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Hritik Roshan Success Acting Formula

Everybody applaud and admire stars and superstars of the industry.

But real star makers are those whom these stars and superstars admire and they are none other than the acting gurus who believed and polished the actors when they were nobody.

One of the prominent name amongst them is that of Kishore Namit Kapoor who is behind the biggest names in the industry like Hritik Roshan, Kareena Kapoor, Saif Ali Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Akshay Khanna, and Ranveer Singh.

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Salman Khan’s nerve ailment is back!

Salman Khan 300x282 Salman Khan’s nerve ailment is back!As per the latest Bollywood buzz, the Dabangg Salman Khan is once again feeling pain.

One would have though after a long treatment in US hospital, Salman Khan’s nerve ailment would have gone, but the this is not true.

Sources have said that the actor has once again felt pain in his jaw.

in August 2011, Salman Khan went for treatment for Trigeminal Neuralgia, a rare nervous disorder.

After the treatment, the actor rested few days in USA and then left for London along with co-star Katrina Kaif to shoot for Kabir Khan’s Ek Tha Tiger.

Talking to media, Salman Khan’s close friend said, “Salman is feeling a knot in his jaw.”

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Google’s new privacy policy violates law, says EU Commissioner

Googles new privacy policy 300x217 Googles new privacy policy violates law, says EU CommissionerOn 1 March, Google changed as per its new privacy policy, but European Court dismissed it as violating European law on basis of conclusion made by European’s Data protection agencies.

EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding said on Thursday that Google Inc’s new privacy policy is in breach of European law as France’s data protection watchdog, the CNIL (Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés) on basis of direction made by European data protection agency, had already cast doubt on the legality of the policy that the transparency rules have not been applied.

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Two U.S. soldiers killed at Afghan Camp

Second incident of death of two U.S. soldiers, shooting dead triggered on Thursday after an attack stoke out at a base in Kandahar in southern Afghanistan.

As per saying by Western and Afghan officials, it is believed that Afghanistan’s security forces are behind this incident as the attack had been carried out by one man in an Afghan military uniform and a second in civilian clothes.

After this incident, the death toll of NATO soldiers goes to five that has started to increase since the burning of copies of the Koran at a NATO base last month triggered widespread anger and protests.

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Aarushi murder case: SC rejects Talwar’s plea to transfer case

Once again Dr Rajesh Talwar and his wife Nupur has failed in their attempt of petition as rejection made by Supreme Court, to transfer the Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case from Ghaziabad to Delhi, on Friday.

The apex court said that personal inconvenience instead of having adequate security to the Talwars cannot be made a ground for transferring the case.

After being attacked Aarushi’s father Rajesh from outside the Ghaziabad court in January 2011, the Talwars couple had appealed to transfer the case from a Ghaziabad court to a Delhi court.

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Is Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s link to Lashkar militant?

Syed Ali Shah Geelani 300x207 Is Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelanis link to Lashkar militant?Hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani has recommended the name of one of the two suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba militants who were nabbed by New Delhi on Wednesday at a railway station for a Pakistani visa, reportedly said by Delhi Police official.

Talking to media, Home Minister P Chidambaram said that Duo were planning to bomb a crowded area of Delhi as bomb-making material including wires, flash powder used in crackers and sulphuric acid has recovered from Malik.

Shocking fact was that the name of national agencies and a couple of state police forces and two people were also declared to be involved in this jointly carried out operation.

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Shehla Masood’s murder case: Love triangle may be the reason

Shehla Masoods murder 300x203 Shehla Masoods murder case: Love triangle may be the reasonThe murder case of social activist Shehla Masood turns into a new twist while a sources report revealed that love triangle and jealousy could be the motive behind this murder.

On August 16, 2011, while Shehla Masood , a RTI activist used to work on police reforms, environment and wildlife issues, was getting ready to take apart in an anti-corruption agitation, her dead body was found outside her home in Bhopal.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrested Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Dhruv Narayan Singh and his associate Sanjay Gupta, along with interior designer Zahida Pervez.

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2G auction will take 400 days, Govt. tell Supreme Court

Recently Government announced the auction of 2G spectrums that will be around on March 2013 and for sought out a June 2 deadline when Supreme Court judgement to cancel 122 licenses will stand quashed, government moved the Supreme Court on Thursday.

Last month, the Supreme Court directed on its landmark judgement to cancel 122 telecommunications licences awarded to companies in 2008 and said, they would need to transfer to other operators within the next four months.

But the Government says that it will take at least 400 days to complete a fresh auction of licences that will put impact over more than 69 million of the 900 million Indian subscribers.

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Counter-terrorism: US forces active in India also, Pentagon

As per fresh news, US Special forces teams, taking steps to completely spoil the terrorism, are visited in five South Asian countries including India in regard of showing the counter-terrorism co-operation with these nations.

An official source of Pentagon disclosed that Special Pacific assist teams are laid down in Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, as well as India, by US Pacific Command as part of its effort to enhance their counter-terrorism capabilities, in particular in the maritime domain.

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