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DIAL & MIAL Owe Rs 786.07 Crores To CISF

[New Delhi] DIAL & MIAL Owe Rs 786.07 Crores To CISF
DIAL Only Owe Rs 737.37 Crores To CISF
6 Privately Run Airports Owe Rs 800 Crores To CISF
[Six] privately-run airports owe a total of nearly Rs 800 crore to the CISF for the deployment of its personnel on security duty, the Lok Sabha was informed today.
A s per Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju The Delhi airport, operated by the
Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), alone has an outstanding amount of Rs 737.37 crore,
Among the other airports are
Mumbai airport, operated by the Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL), which owes the Central Industrial Security Force Rs 48.70 crore, and the
Bangalore airport, operated by the Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL), which has an outstanding amount of Rs 22.86 lakh
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“इंडिगो” की तीसरी एयर बस का भी इंजन हवा में हुआ ख़राब

[मुंबई] “इंडिगो” की तीसरी एयर बस का भी इंजन हवा में हुआ ख़राब
उड़ान के दौरान इंजन खराब हो जाने की वजह से लखनऊ जा रहे इंडिगो के एक विमान को आज सुबह आपात स्थिति में अहमदाबाद लौटना पड़ा।
एयरबस ए320 नियो विमान में186 यात्री सवार थे सभी यात्री सुरक्षित बताये जा रहे हैं
प्रैट एंड विटने नियो इंजन[ Pratt & Whitney Engines ] द्वारा संचालित यह विमान करीब 40 मिनट की उड़ान भरने के बाद अहमदाबाद लौट गया।
उन्होंने बताया कि इसके बाद विमान को सुरक्षित जमीन पर उतारने के लिए पूर्ण आपातकाल घोषित कर दिया गया।

PM “Modi” to Look After Civil Aviation Also

[New delhi] PM “Modi” to Look After Civil Aviation Also
Indian Civil Aviation Minister From Ally “TDP” Quota Ashok Gajapati Raju Alongwith YS Chowdary have resigned from their respective ministries.They are protesting for special package for Their Own State AP
As a result of which The President of India, as advised by the Prime Minister, has accepted their resignation from the Union Council of Ministers
Further, as advised by the Prime Minister, The President has directed that the work of the Ministry of Civil Aviation will be looked after by the Prime Minister.

IndiGo,Bound For CHD ,Makes Unseheduled Landing at Sanganer Airport

[Jaipur,CHD] IndiGo Makes Unseheduled Landing at Sanganer Airport
A Chandigarh-bound Indigo flight from Mumbai was forced to land at Sanganer airport and flight 6E495 left for Chandigarh After Noticable Halt .It is said that it was Medical Emergency
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Saudi Arabia Allows AI to Use its Airspace to Fly to Tel Aviv :Netanyahu

[Washington],N Delhi] Saudi Allows AI to Use its Airspace to Fly to Israel:Netanyahu
Air India has been allowed by Saudi Arabia to fly over its territory on its new route from New Delhi to Tel Aviv, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today, This move would reduce travel time between the two cities upto 8 hours.
Interacting with reporters after his meeting with US President Donald Trump at the White House, Netanyahu said that Air India has signed an agreement with Saudi Arabia over the matter.
So far Saudi Arabia has not allowed planes from any country to fly over it and go to Israel.
Israel does not have diplomatic ties with Saudi Arabia,
Netanyahu said that as a result of the short travel of Air India, the Israeli national carrier El Al would be at disadvantage both in terms of cost and travel time.
As per Air India They are yet to receive any communication from the Indian regulator.
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PM “Modi” Shows His Efforts To Benjamin For Innovation-Driven New India

IndiGo’s Another Airbus Goes Not Airworthy

[Mumbai]IndiGo’s Another Airbus Goes Not Airworthy
IndiGo’s Another Airbus Grounded at Pune Airport
Another IndiGo Airbus A320 Neo aircraft with Pratt& Whitney engine was grounded today at the Pune airport prior to its departure for New Delhi due to the oil chip detection in one of its engines,
Flight was delayed by more than four hours
This came close on the heels of another incident involving its aircraft last week, in which passengers had a close shave after one of the engines of a A320 Neo plane failed midair.
The glitch-hit IndiGo plane was scheduled to fly to Delhi from Pune.
As the aircraft was not airworthy due to the engine failure, the airline arranged another plane later, an A320, to fly the passengers to their destination, the source added.

NHAI to Deploy Women Staff on Toll Plazas On 8th March

[New Delhi] NHAI,To Mark Women’s Day, to Deploy Women Staff on Toll Plazas
The National Highways Authority of India has decided to deploy all women toll collecting staff in day shift on at least one toll plaza close to the city area, in every state and UT of the country on 8th March 2018, International Women’s Day. If this initiative is successful, then it will be implemented across all toll plazas under operation by NHAI within the next 3 months.

Pb Police Issued 7 Lakh Chalans&Recovered Rs 42 Cr

[Chandigarh,Pb]Pb Police Issued 7 Lakh Chalans&Recovered Rs 42 Cr
Punjab Police,Campaigning for Traffic Awareness,Recovered Rs 42 Cr
As per DGP Punjab Suresh Arora ,The incidence of accidental deaths in the state has come down sharply by 16%. this has resulted in decline of 11% person in injured persons in the state and saving of roughly 4000 precious lives.
Punjab’s Top Cop said that acting strictly against the violators of traffic in the state the Punjab Police has also issued challans to around 7 lakh erring people and recovered Rs 42 crore as penalty from them.
Congratulating the youth which had gathered in thousands, the DGP said it a proud moment for Punjab that a message on importance of helmet was originating from Jalandhar and spreading in whole world with this record attempt of maximum number of people wearing helmets. On the occasion thousands of persons gathered at the venue wearing helmets to spread the message.
The Punjab Police joined in campaign and both the organizations distributed more than 8000 helmets.

“MSDC” Launched To Train 2.5K Youth in Aviation Jobs

[Chandigarh,]”MSDC” Launched To Train 2.5K Youth in Aviation Jobs
A first-of-its-kind Aviation Multi Skill Development Centre (MSDC), was inaugurated in Chandigarh today by the Union Minister of Civil Aviation, P Ashok Gajapathi Raju,
Member of Parliament Chandigarh, Smt. Kirron Kher, and Member of Parliament Anandpur Sahib, Prem Singh Chandumajra. were also present
Speaking on the occasion, Shri Raju said “This Centre which will train about 2,400 youth and women in 8 aviation job roles over the next 3 years has already received a very enthusiastic response.
Located at Chandigarh’s old Airport Terminal building, this Centre will leverage AAI’s existing infrastructure, which has been converted to offer training in modern aviation courses as well as upskilling programmes to empower youth and women in particular. The Centre is equipped with modern training infrastructure to supplement an industry-relevant course curriculum. Upon successful completion of the skill training, the candidates will be certified by NSDC through the AASSC.

Subsidy Scrapper Govt Reduces “Haj” Airfare

[New Delhi]Subsidy Scrapper Govt Announce Reduction In “Haj” Airfare
Union Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi described the move as a “major step”.
The government today announced a significant reduction in airfare for those going on the Haj, a month after it scrapped subsidies for the pilgrimage.
The reduction will be applicable to passages on Air India, Saudi Airlines and Flynas, an air carrier based in Saudi Arabia, to Jeddah and Medina from 21 airports in India.
The decision to cut airfares will end the “political and economic exploitation” of Hajis “as was done during the Congress-led UPA regime”, Naqvi said.
From Ahmedabad, the round fare this year will be around Rs 65,015 as against Rs 98,750 in 2013-2014. The passage from Mumbai has been brought down to around Rs 57,857 from Rs 98,750 in 2013-14.
The government had in January abolished subsidies given to those on the pilgrimage in view of a 2012 Supreme Court order