Wednesday, Jun 20 2018 | Time 19:12 Hrs(IST)
image
image
  • JVM(P) alleges amendments made in land acquisition bill on direction of corporate
  • NHRC asks UP govt to respond on compensation to 3 members of family electrocuted in Aligarh in 2016
  • Newly elected RJD MLA Shahnawaz Alam takes oath
  • Bosch to invest Rs 1700 Cr in India over next three years: Denner
  • ICC unveils inaugural World Test Championship schedule
  • Haryana cracked vicious circle of corruption with introduction of e-governance : CM
  • DPCC to distribute pamphlets against AAP, BJP
  • Denmark, Norway eye Kabul centre for minors denied asylum
  • Surjewala counters BJP charge on 'politics' over Rohith Vemula's death
  • Flood situation stabilises in Assam
  • Two Inter-State criminals nabbed in Karnataka
  • J&K had 13 CMs, eight spells of Governor's rule
  • Separate electricity feeders for farmers from January 2019: Raghubar
  • Mansoor Hussain resigns as Vice Chairman of KVIB
  • Tension continues along Nagaland-Assam border
States Share

Pawan Hans conducts Jammu to Doda trial run chopper service

Pawan Hans conducts Jammu to Doda trial run chopper service

Jammu, Oct 7 (UNI) In view of the increasing mobility of people and frequent traffic jams on the Jammu-Srinagar Highway, the government has finally given its go ahead to the running of regular chopper service from Jammu to Doda and vice-versa. The trial run of chopper service was conducted on Friday by the Pawan Hans Private Ltd. The run was received at Doda by the Deputy Commissioner Bhawani Rakwal, SSP Mohammad Sahbir and other senior officers stationed at Doda. However, the service provider company has reportedly asked the district administration to clear the area around the landing strip of tall trees and a mobile tower which may obstruct the safe landing of the flying machine. Mr Rakwal said the area around the landing strip will be cleared sooner hoping that the regular chopper service will start operation within a week. In addition to Jammu-Doda route, the chopper will also fly to different areas of Doda district, including Bhaderwah, MLA Doda Shakti Parihar said. "The introduction of regular chopper service will be of great use for patients and accident victims who are ferried to Jammu by road which sometimes proves deleterious to the life of the ailing and accident victims," said the MLA. UNI VBH SDR AE 1430

More News

Yogi holds Janata Darbar to hear grievances of public

20 Jun 2018 | 7:08 PM

Gorakhpur, Jun 20 (UNI) Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held Janata Darbar to hear plights of public and instructed concerned officers to take actions immediately.

 Sharesee more..
Elimination of terrorism from Kashmir top agenda: Rajnath

Elimination of terrorism from Kashmir top agenda: Rajnath

20 Jun 2018 | 7:08 PM

Lucknow, Jun 20 (UNI) Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, on the backof Governor's rule being enforced in Jammu and Kashmir following withdrawal of support by the BJP from PDP lead coalition government, on Wednesday said that elimination of terrorism from Kashmir was the top agenda of the government.

 Sharesee more..

Two arrested for making attempt to break ATM in Saran

20 Jun 2018 | 7:06 PM

Chhapra, Jun 20 (UNI) Two criminals were arrested for making attempt to break
ATM to steal cash near Tekniwas Bazar under Rivilganj police station area in
Saran district.

 Sharesee more..

Former Cong legislator's vehicle used for pedaling charas, son arrested

20 Jun 2018 | 7:04 PM

Shimla, June 21 (UNI) Former Congress legislator from Bilaspur, Bambar Thakur's owned luxury vehicle was compounded for pedaling Illicit Charas while his son and three others were arrested on Wednesday.

 Sharesee more..

NHRC asks UP govt to respond on compensation to 3 members of family electrocuted in Aligarh in 2016

20 Jun 2018 | 7:02 PM

Lucknow, Jun 20 (UNI) The National Human Rights Commission(NHRC) taking a strict step in a case of three deaths due to electrocution in Aligarh, has held responsible the officials of the electricity department and Municipal Corporation for their negligence.

 Sharesee more..
image