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Pilots communicated to Air Traffic Controller at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmedabad around 3.35 am about a message in flight of hijackers and explosive on board. After more than six hours at the airport here, the flight carrying the passengers took off for Delhi around 10.30 am, he said. According to the Newspaper, While security officials in Ahmedabad are investigating the matter, Jet Airways is making efforts to bring back the passengers to Delhi as soon as ...
  • Two arrested in Rohtas hooch tragedy: DGP

    Two arrested in Rohtas hooch tragedy: DGP

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    Meanwhile, the opposition Rashtriya Janata Dal in the state has alleged that "illegal trade is flourishing in the state at the cost of poor people". Prima facie investigation suggests the four could have drunk liquor but we are waiting for post-mortem report". Eight police officials have been suspended in connection with it.
  • North Korea conducts mass-evacuation drills to prepare for nuclear WAR

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    As tensions between the USA and North Korea continue to grow, the regime has been conducting safety measures for its people amid threats of nuclear war. Mr Mattis also warned Pyongyang that North Korea's military was no match for the US-South Korean alliance and that diplomacy was most effective "when backed by credible military force".
  • Trump, GOP appear open to 401(k) changes in tax bill

    Trump, GOP appear open to 401(k) changes in tax bill

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    Banks. The budget vote was close: It was adopted by a margin of 216 to 212, as 20 Republicans joined all Democrats in voting against it - an indication of just how challenging it might be for Republicans to pass the most sweeping tax overhaul in decades.
  • Navy SEALs investigated in Green Beret's death

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    The soldier's superiors in Stuttgart, Germany, nearly immediately suspected foul play, and dispatched an investigating officer to the scene within 24 hours, military officials said. Col. Robert Bockholt, said Melger's death is under investigation, but he declined to release additional details. Medical examiners ruled this a homicide, three sources told the Times .
  • Three Children Killed, Six Others Wounded After Buggy Crash in Montcalm County

    Three Children Killed, Six Others Wounded After Buggy Crash in Montcalm County

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    Michigan State Police told FOX 17 the pickup was traveling eastward when it struck the buggy and "demolished it". Nice people were on the buggy at the time of the accident. The driver of the pickup was not injured, and troopers say he was cooperative following the crash, according to FOX 17. Police said the driver appeared to be wearing his seat belt.
  • 1st shipment to Chabahar flagged off from Kandla

    1st shipment to Chabahar flagged off from Kandla

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    According to an official statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs , first huge shipment of wheat through Chabahar Port would test the capacity of the port to handle big consignments and will establish transit corridor between India, Afghanistan through Iran for future consignments.
  • USA 'discouraging' Greater Jerusalem bill, senior official says

    USA 'discouraging' Greater Jerusalem bill, senior official says

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    According to Haaretz newspaper, Netanyahu told Cabinet members on Sunday that the bill must be discussed with USA officials before it can move forward. Unlike Obama, Trump does not demand a settlement construction freeze, though he has urged restraint. The bill has drawn harsh criticism from Palestinians and those hoping to salvage the two-state solution.
  • Trump's approval hits record low on N. Korea, other factors

    Trump's approval hits record low on N. Korea, other factors

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    President Donald Trump's approval ratings are at their lowest since he took office, according to a poll by NBC News and the Wall Street Journal released Sunday. Fifty-eight percent of Americans said they disapprove of the president's work. The survey found almost twice as many people approved of Mr Trump's handling of hurricanes in Texas and Florida as disapproved - though the mass shooting in Las Vegas proved more divisive, with 33 percent disapproving and the same number approving.