Author: The Hindustan Times

Cochin Airport Suspends Flights Till 2 Pm As Flood Submerges Runway

The Cochin International Airport on Wednesday suspended all flight operations till 2 pm after flood water submerged the runway.

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New Govt Under Imran Khan Wants Kashmir Issue To Be Solved Through Dialogue: Pak Envoy

Pakistan’s incoming leadership under Imran Khan has accorded importance to good relations with all neighbours, including India, and finding

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At Least 120 Afghan Security Forces, Civilians Killed In Battle With Taliban

Four days of ferocious fighting between Afghan forces and the Taliban over a key provincial capital has claimed the

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Agni-V Set To Be Inducted By December After One More Test

Agni-V, India’s long-range ballistic missile with a range of 5,000-5,500km will undergo one more pre-induction test, perhaps as soon

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Army Carries Out Officer Cadre Review After 14 Years

The army is carrying out an overarching review of its officer cadre aimed at striking a balance between career

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How ‘sahyog’ From Defence Personnel Is Helping Kerala Combat Rain Fury

Evacuating those stranded from gushing flood waters to removing huge granite blocks on roads — defence personnel are showcasing

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Civil Aviation Ministry Okays Water Aerodrome Proposal

The civil aviation ministry has approved a proposal for setting up of water aerodromes in the country, with Chilika

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India’s First All-Woman Swat Team Gets Cracking, To Secure Independence Day Function

Delhi Police on Friday inducted an all-woman Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team comprising 36 commandos, the first-ever by

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Fighter Plane’s Tyre Burst At Jodhpur Airport, No Damage Reported

Air traffic at the Jodhpur Civil Airport was affected for nearly an hour on Thursday following a fighter aircraft

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Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale In US To Lay 2+2 Groundwork

Foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale and other senior Indian officials will hold discussions with their US counterparts in Washington this

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