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2011 3:04 am Related News Stuck in a financial rut, is expected to join the Serie A side for a transfer fee of 20 million euros ($23.45 million) plus bonuses, A passenger in need can press the button which will emit a signal to the call centre and a representative will get in touch and address the issue.if given a chance.comprises the states of Bihar," an AIR official said to The Times Of India. The original teleserial comprised of 94 episodes and was broadcast on DD National from 2 October 1988 to 24 June 1990 The serial was directed by Ravi Chopra and was produced by his father BR Chopra The programme will be aired from Monday to Friday at 1130 am to noon announced Doordarshan News According to the tweet by Doordarshan News the show will be divided into 140 episodes with the duration of a single episode at 30 minutes 15 Minutes to go DON’T FORGET to tune in to #MahabharataOnAIR at 1130 am Live streaming also available at : https://tco/dYbrVem0nd pictwittercom/1w6jrGXOUN — ALL INDIA RADIO (@AkashvaniAIR) December 19 2016 Written by Mahender Singh Manral | New Delhi | Published: February 10 2017 3:41 am Rohit alerted his father in time to avert mishap Express Top News THE ALERTNESS of two teenagers of Goyla Dairy village in southwest Delhi’s Dwarka saved the lives of 194 people onboard a Bengaluru-bound GoAir flight on Wednesday after they spotted fire and smoke from the tail of the aircraft and alerted the Delhi Police Control Room The flight captain was informed and the aircraft made an emergency landing at Indira Gandhi International airport Deputy Commissioner of Police (airport) Sanjay Bhatia said they received a call at 740 pm “We immediately verified the caller and informed the agencies concerned following which the flight made the emergency landing at 747 pm on Runway 28” he added The passengers were accommodated in another flight “G8-557 Delhi-Bengaluru flight made an emergency landing at Delhi airport at 1953 hours due to technical reasons” a statement by GoAir said “After receiving the call from Delhi Police CISF security personnel immediately conveyed the message to Airport Operations Control Centre (AOCC) and to the Air Traffic Control (ATC) Within minutes the GoAir flight which took off at 728 pm from the IGI airport was identified” sources said The captain was alerted and was asked to return after which the flight asked for help and a full emergency was declared due to failure of one engine “All necessary precautions were taken and fire safety and ambulances were kept on standby to handle any untoward situation” an officer said Saurabh Tandon who was on the flight said “At least five to seven minutes after take-off I heard people screaming about a fire As I looked to my left I noticed that the left engine had caught fire The plane was flying at around 5000-6000 feet The fire which lasted for about 30 seconds somehow went off probably because the pilots switched off the engine” he added His alertness prompt call averted tragedy Rohit Singh (17) was sitting on his terrace along with his cousin Nitin when they saw an airplane fly over The boys were stunned when they saw the tail of the airplane on fire Rohit a Class XII student said he was unable to discern what he had seen so he called out to his father “Initially I thought something had happened to Rohit but then he pointed towards the fire coming out of the airplane Without wasting any time I called up the Delhi Police” said Rohit’s father Navneet Singh For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 13 2017 5:04 am Representational Image Top News Delhi Police has apprehended a juvenile and arrested three members of a gang for allegedly gunning down local Congress leader Sanjay Rana and his wife Lalita in Bijwasan The men worked for gangster Rahesh Bawania who is in jail police said The Ranas were killed over a property dispute they had with Bawania police said Police said that among the arrested men are Ankit Jangra alias Ketu and Survin Kumar alias Rahu — two trusted aides of Bawania Police said the gang was colloquially known as the Rahu-Ketu gang The third accused has been identified as Safedi police said They were arrested from near Dwarka Sector 10 on Sunday when they were allegedly going to commit a crime police said Deputy Commissioner of Police (southwest) Surender Kumar said that Ankit during interrogation revealed that he was a proficient cricketer and had dropped out of school to join a cricket academy “He played cricket at the zonal level but suffered an eye injury during one game That ended his cricket career” said Kumar “In 2012 he entered the world of crime and was arrested in an attempt to murder case Afterwards he met Bawania a gangster known for his involvement in carjacking and robberies in jail Ankit after release from jail formed a group and started working for Bawania In November 2016 he and his associates allegedly murdered local Congress leader Sanjay Rana and his wife Lalita in Bijwasan over a property dispute” said Kumar Police sources said Ankit evaded arrest by setting up hideouts near Rewari He kept changing locations to avoid arrest and keep committing robberies they said He roped in Safedi and Survin to aid him in his criminal activities police said Safedi is wanted in a car robbery case from earlier this year in Dwarka Survin who hails from Jhajjar had allegedly identified two businessmen to rob in Dwarka but his plans were foiled by police “Survin also wanted to take revenge from a relative and the gang was preparing to do that They had procured weapons but were arrested just in time” said Kumar For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBeijing: China has evacuated more than 3000 of its nationals from Vietnam following a wave of deadly anti-Chinese violence state media said Sunday as Vietnamese authorities imposed heavy security to thwart any further unrest Xinhua news agency said the evacuees included 16 Chinese who were "critically injured" last week in violence triggered by Beijing’s deployment of an oil rig in contested South China Sea waters The chaos marked the worst anti-China unrest in Vietnam in decades Those victims left on a chartered medical flight and China also was dispatching five ships to Vietnam to pluck more nationals to safety after vocal Vietnamese NGOs issued a call for fresh but peaceful protests around the country today against China’s "aggression" That call appeared to have fizzled at least in Hanoi where authorities deployed heavy security around the Chinese embassy and other suspected protest sites AFP could not immediately confirm whether any anti-China actions occurred elsewhere in the country but the government on Saturday had ordered authorities nationwide to ramp up security to nip any protests in the bud China’s positioning of the oil rig in waters claimed by both sides has ignited long-simmering enmity between the two quarrelsome communist neighbours who have fought territorial skirmishes in the past A street leading to the Chinese embassy in Vietnam AFP Worker demonstrations spread to 22 of Vietnam’s 63 provinces in the last week according to the Vietnamese government with enraged mobs torching foreign-owned factories and enterprises linked to China or which employed Chinese personnel More than 400 enterprises were hit Vietnam’s government has said In the past the government has occasionally allowed protesters to vent anger at the country’s giant neighbour for domestic political gain But developing Vietnam depends heavily on foreign investment and the anti-China violence Tuesday and Wednesday has bruised the country’s business image and sent the government scrambling to limit the damage "We will not allow any acts targeting foreign investors businesses or individuals to ensure that the regrettable incidents will not be repeated" Dang Minh Khoi assistant to Vietnam’s foreign minister told reporters in a briefing on Saturday "We ask countries to continue to encourage their investors and citizens to rest assured on doing business in Vietnam" Officials told the briefing that the violence had left two Chinese nationals dead and 140 injured More than 300 suspected perpetrators were being prosecuted they said China’s foreign ministry also advised its nationals against travelling to Vietnam for now following what it called the "explosion of violence" It also urged Chinese "citizens and structures in Vietnam to increase their risk-awareness to strengthen their security prevention measures and to avoid leaving (their premises)" There was no immediate response from the Vietnamese government on the evacuations or the Chinese travel warning Xinhua said Chinese security chief Guo Shengkun had spoken to his Vietnamese counterpart urging steps to quell the violence The alliance of Vietnamese NGOs that issued the new protest call also has criticised the violence "Those violent actions created a bad image for patriotic demonstrations and the people of Vietnam; therefore they must be stopped" said a statement issued on social media late Friday In a text message sent by the government to Vietnamese mobile phone users Saturday Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said authorities across the country had been ordered to "implement measures to resolutely prevent illegal demonstrations that could cause social and security disorder" Blogs linked to groups involved in the protest call said some activists were prevented by authorities from leaving their homes Sunday morning China’s deployment of the giant rig in early May is viewed in Hanoi as a provocative assertion of Beijing’s hotly disputed claims in the South China Sea and has been criticised by Washington as exacerbating territorial tensions There have been repeated skirmishes near the rig in recent days between Chinese and Vietnamese vessels including collisions and the use of water cannon The violent attacks on Chinese targets in Vietnam have further inflamed the situation with China accusing Hanoi of a role in the unrest Beijing has refused Vietnam’s demands to remove the rig The targeted enterprises included Chinese Taiwanese Korean and Singaporean businesses Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou has ordered commercial jets to be on standby to evacuate Taiwanese nationals should further violence erupt Taiwan-based China Airlines and EVA Airways have already provided extra chartered flights to Vietnam The oil-rig confrontation is the latest to spark alarm among China’s Southeast Asian neighbours which complain of increasing maritime intimidation by Beijing China claims nearly all of the South China Sea which is believed to hold significant offshore energy reserves AFP

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