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Flight operations at Cochin International Airport to resume 12 pm tomorrow

Cochin: Cochin International Airport in Kerala will resume flight operations from Sunday noon, which were stalled since Friday due to heavy rains in the state, airport officials said on Saturday.  “Airport is ready. Flight operations will resume at 12 noon tomorrow. That is ahead of deadline. Airlines are instructed to facilitate services accordingly,” a Cochin International Airport Limited Spokesperson told […]

‘Will try to help Wayanad people as much as I can,‘ says Rahul Gandhi

‘Will try to help Wayanad people as much as I can,‘ says Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday will be visiting his Lok Sabha constituency Wayanad in Kerala, which is facing the wrath of heavy rainfall and landslides. “I am probably going to Kerala tomorrow. If it is possible to go without creating any disturbance, then I will go. I will probably spend two days as per the plan. I […]

Omar Abdullah‘s party challenges abrogation of Article 370 in SC

Omar Abdullah‘s party challenges abrogation of Article 370 in SC

New Delhi: Former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Omar Abdullah's party National Conference on Saturday, has filed petition in Supreme Court against Centre's decision to scrapp special status from the state and divide it into two union territories. The petition filed by NC leaders Mohammad AKbar Lone and Hasnain Masoodi sought a direction from the apex court to declare […]

Khattar remark on Kashmiri girls ‘despicable‘, that‘s RSS effect on weak man: Rahul

New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday termed as despicable Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar's “brides from Kashmir” remark, claiming that his comments show what years of RSS training does to the mind of a “weak, insecure and pathetic man”. His reaction came after Khattar on Friday courted a controversy with his remarks that some people of Haryana […]

Pak ‘bluntly told‘ not to use Kashmir for cross-border terrorism: US diplomats

Pak ‘bluntly told‘ not to use Kashmir for cross-border terrorism: US diplomats

Washington: Pakistan, which has launched a major lobbying effort, particularly in Washington and the United Nations, after India revoked Jammu and Kashmir's special status, has received little traction on the issue, according to diplomatic sources here. Islamabad was being bluntly asked not to use the development in Kashmir for cross border terrorism or infiltration across the Line of Control, a […]