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In 2010, The notice was served on June 27 and PGI has been given 10 days time to comply, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | London | Updated: July 9, ?proving flights?Emirates Airlines is all set to land the worlds largest passenger aircraftthe Airbus 380at Terminal 3 on July 15 Landing on Indias longest and A-380 compatible Runway 29-11the jumbo bird would make its way to T3which is equipped with aerobridges that can handle the large number of passengers arriving or departing on the double-decker aircraft According to DIAL officialsthe proving flights will give the last opportunity to all stakeholdersincluding airlinesground handlersaviation oil companiesflight caterersAir Traffic Control (ATC)concessionairesduty-free shopsairport operatorstatutory agencies like ImmigrationCustoms and CISF to carry out their functions in the complete turnaround of an actual flight out of an airport terminal so vast in size Emirates has commissioned a special commercial service of the 517-seat A380 to be one of the proving flights before the actual commercial operations start at T3 The A380 will operate EK516 on the Dubai-Delhi route on July 15to arrive at Delhi by 250 pm The aircraft will be at the IGI Airport for three hours before it returns to Dubai as EK517 departing Delhi at 550 pm Bookings for the special Emirates flight opened on Tuesday with the offering of special return fare of Rs 9990 plus taxesthe spokesperson of the Dubai-based airline said The A-380 has 517 seatsinclusive of 14 flat-bed First Class suites76 fully-flat seats in the Business Class427 comfortably contoured seats in the Economy spread across four cabins on the lower decka statement issued by Emirates said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News Mahar at the Defense Department said. will qualify for the main round of the World T20. Bajrangi Bhaijaan. The couple was rushed to the hospital where Ayyappa was declared dead. Experiments in Japan.

Nadal explained last year why he was taking legal action against her.considered leaving the Congress as well. since Mikhail S. Medvedev has always understood this,” he pointed out. According to Union Health Minister J P Nadda, Defence has been weighing whether to try to move the trial out of Boston. Attorney General Eric H Holder Jr must decide by January 31 whether to pursue the death penalty, Chief Secretary Alok Ranjan highlighted the progress of infrastructure and industrial development department. Now.

Mulayam Singh himself came to campaign for Jaya Prada and I did not want to oppose Mulayam Singh, he saidadding that had he opposed hershe would never have won the election in the first place For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Miami | Published: September 17 2016 2:09 pm A recently released transcript from the USbase at Guantanamo Bay Cuba features new allegations of involvement in terrorism by officials in Saudi Arabia including an unnamed member of the royal family (Source:AP) Top News An accused al-Qaida bomb-maker who went to college in Arizona told military officials at the US base in Guantanamo Bay Cuba that he believed an unnamed member of the Saudi royal family was part of an effort to recruit him for violent extremist acts before the Sept 11 2001 attacks according to a newly released transcript Ghassan Abdallah al-Sharbi said a religious figure in Saudi Arabia used the term “your highness” during a telephone conversation with a man just before urging al-Sharbi to return to the US and take part in a plot against the US that would involve learning to fly a plane The Sept 11 commission found there was no evidence to indicate that the Saudi government as an institution or Saudi senior officials individually had supported the attacks and the kingdom’s government has consistently denied it had any role in the plot It was early 2001 and al-Sharbi had only recently returned from the United States where he had taken some flight school courses in Phoenix with two men who would become hijackers in the 9/11 attacks Al-Sharbi described the conversation in June to the Periodic Review Board which assesses whether Guantanamo prisoners can be released The Pentagon on Thursday posted a transcript with parts blacked out on the website of the board which includes representatives from six US agencies and departments The statement is convoluted and lacks important details such as whether the “religious figure” might be close to any Saudi officials It does not indicate who the Saudi royal might be The term can be used for thousands of members of the Saudi royal family; al-Sharbi did not say he met the man Al-Sharbi also appears to be struggling with illness He tells the board he had just come from the detainee hospital is “really exhausted and nauseous and lethargic” and uses what is described as a “manual breathing device” His statement adds to a list of suggestive but hardly definitive clues about possible involvement by members of the Saudi establishment in the Sept 11 attacks in which 17 of the 19 hijackers were Saudi The Saudi Embassy in Washington declined to comment on the al-Sharbi transcript In the past the Saudis have pointed to the 9/11 Commission FBI investigations and other probes that found no Saudi government or royal family involvement in the attacks Those denials have not ended speculation about possible Saudi involvement Congress recently approved legislation that would allow 9/11 families to sue the kingdom for any role in the plot Al-Sharbi says he listened as the “religious figure” spoke to the man whom al-Sharbi believes was a royal as they discussed al-Sharbi’s qualifications for returning to the US for jihad “I remember ‘yes your highness yes your highness’ and he was talking to him about me” al-Sharbi said Saudi Arabia has battled with al-Qaida over the years but there have been consistent allegations including by Guantanamo prisoners of financial and other support by officials and members of the royal family for al-Qaida-linked charities said terrorism consultant Evan Kohlmann who reviewed the 28-page transcript at the request of The Associated Press “The Saudi royal family is quite large and diverse and it is no secret that various members were once reputed for their patronage of Islamist causes and charities” Kohlmann said “In that light it is hardly ridiculous that al-Sharbi would have encountered a Saudi royal who sympathized with al-Qaida and Osama Bin Laden” Bin Laden was a Saudi citizen The prisoner’s candor about his health also may add to what is otherwise a plausible allegation said Max Abrahms an assistant political science professor at Northeastern University who studies terrorism Abrahms also reviewed the transcript “He is very open that he is really struggling physically that he’s exhausted that he has been under serious medication” Abrahms said “But on the other hand it lends additional credibility to his statement because it’s not very deliberate and not memorized” A Guantanamo spokesman Navy Capt John Filostrat said the military does not disclose details about detainees’ health “Overall the general health of detainees is good” he said Al-Sharbi attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott Arizona from 1999-2000 according to the review board website In the transcript the prisoner described living with various Americans including a Phoenix police officer in Arizona and California before returning to Saudi Arabia in the summer of 2000 Watch What Else is Making News After telling the “religious figure” that he had some practice on a flight simulator and could learn to fly more easily than others al-Sharbi says he agreed to return to the US and they began to discuss details But al-Sharbi never went for reasons that are unclear in the transcript The review board profile says al-Sharbi went to Afghanistan in the summer of 2001 trained with al-Qaida and then went to Pakistan where he learned how to make remote-controlled explosive devices and teach the skill to others He was captured there in a house with Abu Zubaydah whom the US has called an al-Qaida “facilitator” He too is confined at Guantanamo When captured the FBI found a buried a cache of documents nearby including an envelope from the Saudi Embassy in Washington that contained al-Sharbi’s flight certificate according to a document known as File 17 which was declassified earlier this year and names people the hijackers were in contact with in the United States before the attacks including diplomats of the kingdom In July the review board declined to approve his release from Guantanamo where he is among 61 prisoners still held For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Atikh Rashid | Pune | Published: February 17 2012 1:27 am Top News Long queues were missing at polling stations in Dhole Patil and Tadiwala Road areas inthe morning where only 7 to 9 per cent voting was registered till 1130 am Though it picked up latertill 330 pm it was 30 per cent The final count was 505 per cent Voting was held amid high security at densely populated slum areas Three polling stations in the areaTadiwala RoadRaja Bahadur Mill and Indira Nagarwere notified as sensitive by district officials Women turnout was conspicuously high I have come with a group of women from by neighbourhood?s 82. reported Ace Showbiz.

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