Daily Archive: May 11, 2018

IndiGo, Air Deccan Planes, 700 Metres Apart, Avert Mid-Air Collision Over Dhaka

Mumbai : A mid-air collision was averted in the Dhaka airspace after an automatically generated warning alerted the pilots of IndiGo and Air Deccan planes, which came dangerously close to each other, allegedly breaching the mandatory separation limit, sources said.

The incident, which took place on May 2 in the Bangladesh airspace, happened when IndiGo’s Agartala-bound flight 6E892 from Kolkata and Air Deccan’s flight DN 602, which was on its way to Kolkata from Agartala, they said.

The incident has been treated as "serious" as IndiGo Airbus A320 plane and Air Deccan’s Beechcraft 1900D were just about 700 meters away from each other and is being probed by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB), they added.

Source: NDTV

No Voting in RR Nagar tomorrow

After a lot of drama and uncertainties it has been decided that there wont be any polling in RR Nagar tomorrow. The date has been postponed to May 28.

We will keep you posted as we get more information.

It was 2 days before that Chief Electoral Officer of Karnataka seized 9746 original voter IDs from an apartment in Jalahalli. Congress and BJP accused each other for indulging in malpractises. BJP had asked Election Commission to cancel the polling in RR Nagar.

Woman alleges she was molested near Paharganj by a ricksaw puller. Victim says,’He abused and grabbed me. I had a water bottle which I threw at him.’ #Delhi

Woman alleges she was molested near Paharganj by a ricksaw puller. Victim says,’He abused and grabbed me. I had a water bottle which I threw at him.’

A #Kerala student was forced to remove her innerwear while appearing for the #NEET2018 exam in Lions school at #Koppam in #Palakkad district.

A student was forced to remove her innerwear while appearing for the exam in Lions school at in district. She also filed a complaint against an invigilator for staring at her ‘inappropriately’.

Kashmiris Beaten by Mob In Delhi Colony, Residents Say They Started It

New Delhi : Three Kashmiri women and a man were allegedly surrounded and thrashed by residents at a colony in Delhi last night. In a video clip on social media, a wounded woman, her back to a car, screams as she is beaten with hockey sticks. Men and women shout abuses instead of coming to the woman’s rescue.

The incident took place at Sunlight colony in south east Delhi.

The group that was assaulted has told the police that the harassment had started months ago, when neighbours allegedly targeted the men and women for being Kashmiri and shouted "kashmiri ugrawaadi (extremist)" at them. The group was repeatedly asked to leave the neighbourhood.

National Organisation of Bank Workers and other banking organisations have called for a nation-wide strike of banks’ staff on 30th and 31st May over their demand of early wage revision

National Organisation of Bank Workers and other banking organisations have called for a nation-wide strike of banks’ staff on 30th and 31st May over their demand of early wage revision