The celebration of the Republic Day will begin with the laying of a wreath at the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa will be the chief guest of the Republic Day parade 2019. This year Republic day will mark the 150th birth anniversary of Father of the Nation , Mahatma Gandhi. And he is the central theme of the 22 participating tableaux. The tableau from Arunachal Pradesh will be based on the theme "Peace Within" and shows a tribal Monpa child placing flowers at Gandhi's feet, while Tamil Nadu's presentation depicts the Father of the Nation switching to a loincloth from his formal Western attire. The Jammu amp; Kashmir tableau shows Mahatma Gandhi with the charkha. Republic Day 2019: President Ram Nath Kovind Addresses Nation.
Indonesia;s disaster agency posted photos online of a crushed smartphone, books, bags and parts of the aircraft fuselage that had been collected by search and rescue vessels that have converged on the area.Lion Air said the brand new aircraft, on a 1 hour and 10 minute flight to Pangkal Pinang on an island chain off Sumatra, was carrying 181 passengers, including one child and two babies, and eight crew members.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) Stratolaunch, one of the world s largest aircraft, which is intended to launch payloads rockets into Earth's orbit, successfully carried out taxi tests on a runway in the Mojave Desert just days before the project s founder and driving force Paul Allen died, the company said in a statement on Friday.
Moscow said the weeklong Vostok (East) 2018 maneuvers will span vast expanses of Siberia and the Far East, the Arctic and the Pacific Oceans and involve nearly 300,000 Russian troops mdash; nearly one third of the country 's 1 million strong military. They will feature more than 1,000 aircraft, about 36,000 tanks and other military vehicles and 80 warships.Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu has described the drills as even bigger than the country 's largest Cold War era exercise called Zapad 1981 that put NATO allies on edge.
In a statement, Stratolaunch said it will offer customers a range of launch vehicle options for missions starting in 2020 to place small and medium sized payloads into low Earth orbit, confirming long running speculation in the industry about the company s plans.Those vehicles, to be launched from the company s giant aircraft, will offer a flexible launch capability unlike any other, said Jean Floyd, chief executive of Stratolaunch, in a statement. Whatever the payload, whatever the orbit, getting your satellite into space will soon be as easy as booking an airline flight.
Revell which is based in North Rhine Westphalia in Germany sold the round aircraft, which stated in its product description that it was the first object in the world capable of flying in space. According to thelocal.de, the Military History Museum and German Children s Protection Association had complained that the toy was historically inaccurate.According to the product box, the ship can reach speeds of 6,000 km per hour (3,728 miles per hour) and was not built beyond the test phase because of World War II. The toy even featured symbols from the Third Reich.
American Airlines passenger Jacob Garcia was arrested after allegedly touching a female passenger inappropriately and resisting efforts to remove him from the aircraft, according to the Miami Dade Police Department.Garcia had boarded a flight from Miami to Chicago on Sunday when he allegedly touched the passenger without her permission. According to the Miami Dade Police Department's arrest report, Garcia was moved to a different seat after the first incident, but "began to scream and insult" the woman and her boyfriend and became involved in an altercation with another passenger.
Trump 's surprise move came a day after Beijing announced plans to tax $50 billion in American products, including soybeans and small aircraft, in response to a U.S. move this week to slap tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese imports.And it intensified what was already shaping up to be the biggest trade battle since World War II. Global financial markets had fallen sharply as the world 's two biggest economies squared off over Beijing 's aggressive trade tactics. But they had calmed down Wednesday and Thursday on hopes the U.S. and China would find a diplomatic solution.
The baffled resident soon submitted the video to Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and they are currently investigating this incident. The clip shows a saucer shaped flying object following the jet plane in its vapor trail before moving forward. It should be noted that the footage was shot in 2016, but it was uploaded to YouTube only now. As of now, the video has fetched more than 46,000 views."I am told that military pilots train in the mountains around where I live and I've always enjoyed seeing them fly through. This happens all the time, jets and helicopters are a common sighting. So I naturally saw the jet and did a double take, because there was something following it. I immediately thought I was witnessing some strange aircraft, possibly military but it was not a jet," said the witness, News.com.au reports.
The ashes, brought by Boney in a special aircraft, will be taken to holy island town of Rameswaram on March 3 and immersed in the sea there, airport sources said.Sridevi, 54, died on February 24 in a Dubai hotel.
Originally reported by The War Zone blog from auto news site The Drive, the unidentified aircraft was initially picked up on radar at around 4.30 p.m. The object was traveling at high speeds through Northern California at 37,000 feet, according to the site.There was no flight path recorded for the aircraft, and it did not respond to radio calls. Neither did it appear on any nearby aircraft Traffic Collision Avoidance Systems.
A Saratov Airlines Antonov AN 148 plane takes off from the Domodedovo airport outside Moscow, Russia, on February 1, 2018. Mikhail Grigoryev Reuters Most Popular The Irrationality of Alcoholics Anonymous Gabrielle Glaser Mar 16, 2015 When Deplorability Is No Longer a Dealbreaker Conor Friedersdorf Feb 13, 2018 Google s Guinea Pig City Molly Sauter Feb 13, 2018 A Better Way to Look at Most Every Political Issue Conor Friedersdorf Feb 11, 2018 Syria's War Is Fueling Three More Conflicts Krishnadev Calamur Feb 13, 2018 Alec Luhn Feb 13, 2018 Global Share Tweet #x2026 LinkedIn Email Print Text Size Four minutes after taking off from Moscow on Sunday afternoon, a Saratov Airlines Antonov An 148 headed for Orsk plummeted 6,000 feet into the ground, killing all 71 one people on board. In the aftermath, the images that appeared on television were all too familiar. Jagged metal scattered in a snowy field. Trees ripped apart, debris hanging from their branches. Police lines and disconsolate relatives. Roses placed beneath the departures screen at Moscow's Domodedovo airport.On Monday, Russia's investigative committee said that the plane had not broken up or caught fire before it dropped from the sky, and that an explosion occurred after the plane fell. The crash site was relatively compact. All this suggested that the latest tragedy was not due to terrorism, unlike the two planes brought down by suicide bombers in 2004, or the 2015 Sharm El Sheikh disaster. Instead, the investigative committee said it suspected the airline's activities, the technical condition of the aircraft, the level of the pilots' professional preparedness, and whether they underwent the necessary training. If a poorly trained crew was the cause, it wouldn't be the first time.
The legend that the Pentagon hides the frozen bodies of aliens and their broken aircraft, circulate for a long time. Journalists have compiled a list of the most famous cases of UFO sightings.The list includes the following events:
China on Sunday successfully conducted the maiden flight of its first indigenous amphibious aircraft, believed to be the world s largest, in southern Guangdong Province. The aircraft AG600, code named Kunlong , lifted off from the Jinwan Civil Aviation Airport in Zhuhai in Guangdong. The flight lasted about one hour.
It was a ;white object, oblong, pointing north, moving erratically,; he told CNN;s Jim Sciutto on Tuesday evening.At the time of the sighting, Fravor was a naval commander, in the cockpit of a US aircraft, and the details of the encounter are still fresh in his mind.
Seoul: Two US B 1B heavy bombers joined large scale combat drills over South Korea on Thursday amid warnings from North Korea that the exercises and US threats have made the outbreak of war ;an established fact.;The annual US South Korean "Vigilant Ace " exercises feature 230 aircraft, including some of the most advanced US stealth warplanes, and come a week after North Korea tested its most powerful intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) to date, which it says can reach all of the United States.
The telecom watchdog has sought views from stakeholders by October 27 on whether only internet services should be provided on aircraft, or mobile communication services, or both. Regular fliers will be familiar with the usual request to switch off all mobile phones when on board the aircraft . Till a few years back, aircraft was among the few places where mobile phones cannot function. However, with the advancement in the technology, it is now possible to permit the use of mobile phones on board, Trai said in its consultation paper.
St Petersburg: India and Russia have agreed to set up joint ventures for manufacturing aircraft and automobiles as the two nations look to boost trade and economic ties. Russian president Vladimir Putin, after summit talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday, said Russian Indian economic cooperation is returning to a growth trajectory.
The aircraft moved out of its hangar at the Mojave Air and Space Port in California for the first time since construction of the giant plane began there several years ago. Two tugs towed the aircraft, resting on its 28 wheel landing gear, just outside the hangar to begin a series of tests. This marks the completion of the initial aircraft construction phase and the beginning of the aircraft ground and flight testing phase, Jean Floyd, chief executive of Stratolaunch Systems, said in a statement about the rollout.
The seven flight attendants were traveling on the same flight from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Orlando on Jan. 2. The employees said their headaches were caused by a strange odor in the aircraft, according to the Orlando Sentinel.All seven employees were examined by paramedics at the airport and sent to the hospital via ambulance. The Orlando Sentinel reports that an eighth crew member initially requested to go to the hospital before tiring of the wait and deciding to go to the hotel.