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PTI
August 11, 2020
An Air India Express plane with 190 people on board, overshot the rain-soaked runway at an airport near the southern city of Kozhikode on Friday. The Boeing 737 landed in tailwind, skid off the runway and broke in half


Reuters
August 11, 2020
At Calicut airport, where the plane crashed on Friday, the pilot landed a third of the way along the runway, Kumar said on Sunday, leaving less room to bring the plane to a halt


BusinessToday.In
August 8, 2020
Kerala plane tragedy: 19 people, including Captain Deepak Sathe, pilot-in-command, and Akhilesh Kumar, his co-pilot, lost their lives in this mishap


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 14, 2020
The flights are scheduled to run under 'Vande Bharat' air repatriation operations and are expected to bring back 30,000 Indians from 31 countries on 149 flights


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 12, 2020
Coronavirus India live updates: The Supreme Court (SC) will reopen its court premises and resume work from the courtrooms from next week. However, the lawyers will argue cases from their chamber, said sources. The total count of confirmed COVID-19 cases jumped to 70,756 on Tuesday, as per the Union Health Ministry


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 25, 2020
Coronavirus Outbreak India and Lockdown News Updates: While Madhya Pradesh reported its first COVID-19 death, Delhi reported 5 new cases, Kerala reported 9, and Karnataka reported 10 within the past 24 hours


PTI
August 23, 2019



PTI
DUBAI, June 9, 2019
Twelve Indians were among 17 people killed in Dubai Thursday when a bus, mostly with Eid vacationers coming from Oman, entered a restricted lane and rammed into a low-clearance sign


Stanley Carvalho and Rupam Jain Nair
Abu Dhabi/New Delhi, August 17, 2015
Some 2.6 million Indians live and work in the UAE, according to Indian embassy figures. The embassy estimates about 60 per cent of those are blue-collar workers.


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