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Thirteen flights with 2880 passengers to arrive on Tuesday

Kochi, Jun 29 (UNI) A total of 13 international relief flights with 2880 passengers will arrive at the Cochin International Airport, here on Tuesday.
Maldivian flight from Male at 0015, Spice Jet from Ras Al Khaima at 0215, Indigo from Dubai at 0330, Air India Express from Abu Dhabi at 0435, Salam Air from Muscat at 0830, Go Air from Dubai at 1735, Go Air from Doha at 1830, Air Arabia from Sharjah at 1230 and 1315, a CIAL spokesman said on Monday.
Air India Express from Dubai at 1815, Saudia from Dammam at 1930, Emirates from Dubai at 2200 and Kuwait Airways from Kuwait at 2305.
The international terminals confirmed the operation of seven arrivals on Monday evacuating 1250 passengers. Domestic terminals handled 12 arrival and 12 departure operations on Monday.
UNI GKN GK 2337
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AP’s new industrial policy 'not reassuring' for reviving ailing & crisis-hit sectors: TDP

11 Aug 2020 | 3:12 PM

Vijayawada, Aug 11 (UNI) Telugu Desam Party Senior leader and former Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu on Tuesday described the new industrial policy 2020-23 announced by the YSRCP Government on Monday as “not reassuring” to revive all the ailing and crisis-hit sectors in Andhra Pradesh.

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Pettimudi landslide : 3 more bodies pulled out of stream, toll rises to 52

11 Aug 2020 | 2:59 PM

Idukki, Aug 11 (UNI) Three more bodies were pulled out from the stream in Pettimudi, taking the death toll to 52, after a deadly landslide swept away a tea estate workers' settlement here last week.

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BJP will not keep quiet if corruption takes place in establishment of 3 capital cities in AP: Ram Madhav

11 Aug 2020 | 2:49 PM

Vijayawada, Aug 11 (UNI) BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav said the party would not keep quiet if corruption took place while establishing the three capital cities in Andhra Pradesh.

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BJP will not keep quiet if corruption takes place during establishment of 3 capital cities in AP : Ram Madhav

BJP will not keep quiet if corruption takes place during establishment of 3 capital cities in AP : Ram Madhav

11 Aug 2020 | 2:35 PM

Vijayawada, Aug 11 (UNI) BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav said the party will not keep quiet if corruption takes place while establishing three capital cities in Andhra Pradesh, as it fought against corruption in the construction of the capital city Amaravati.

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CM can't absolve from his responsibility in controversial Life Mission Project : Surendran

CM can't absolve from his responsibility in controversial Life Mission Project : Surendran

11 Aug 2020 | 2:22 PM

Kozhikode, Aug 11 (UNI) BJP Kerala Unit President K Surendran on Tuesday said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan cannot absolve from his responsibility in the controversial Life Mission Project and should desist from fooling the people of the state by saying neither the Government nor his office had any role or an official tie-up with the project.

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