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Nepal plane crash: Fate of 4 Indians unclear; kin asked to contact embassy

The Tara Air plane, carrying 22 people including four Indian nationals, two Germans, 13 Nepali passengers and a three-member Nepali crew, was on a 15-minute scheduled flight to the mountain town of Jomsom.
Family members and relatives of passengers onboard the Twin Otter aircraft operated by Tara Air outside the airport in Pokhara on Sunday. (AFP)
Family members and relatives of passengers onboard the Twin Otter aircraft operated by Tara Air outside the airport in Pokhara on Sunday. (AFP)
Updated on May 29, 2022 06:49 PM IST
By | Written by Aniruddha Dhar

EDITORIAL | IAF tragedies are becoming far too common

The Indian Air Force can begin addressing the problem by being more transparent and releasing periodic reports on accidents and their causes.
A still from a video footage shows an aircraft in flames after two aircrafts of IAF's aerobatic team Surya Kiran crashed near the Yelahanka airbase in Bengaluru, Feb 19, 2019(PTI)
A still from a video footage shows an aircraft in flames after two aircrafts of IAF's aerobatic team Surya Kiran crashed near the Yelahanka airbase in Bengaluru, Feb 19, 2019(PTI)
Updated on Feb 21, 2019 08:23 AM IST
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Marketing executive, engineer killed in Gurugram road mishap

A 30-year-old man and a 27-year-old woman were killed when their motorcycle collided with a jersey barrier on the Golf Course Road in Gurugram around 1.30am on Tuesday, according to police officials who said that the victims may have been speeding.
According to police, the accident had been witnessed by a passerby who made an emergency call. Victims Kevin Lewis and Anvita Kant were flung around 50-60 metres from the point of impact on the road between Magnolias and Summit Apartments in DLF 5.(Getty Images/Picture for representation)
According to police, the accident had been witnessed by a passerby who made an emergency call. Victims Kevin Lewis and Anvita Kant were flung around 50-60 metres from the point of impact on the road between Magnolias and Summit Apartments in DLF 5.(Getty Images/Picture for representation)
Updated on Aug 22, 2018 07:41 AM IST
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