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This raises doubt whether the aircraft had defects that were not revealed, it says In another findingthe DGCA says the King Air C-90 plane was endorsed on the Indian licence of co-pilot Manjit Singh Khokhar on the basis of a wrong declaration furnished by M/s Ran Air about his flying experience It was stated that Khokhar had 100 hours of flying experience on King Air C-90but he had actually never flown this type of aircraft Though his performance during the skill checks was found to be satisfactoryhe had mostly flown 1900 D aircraft with an entirely different cockpit The other pilotDalip Katariais under scanner tooas the report says the renewal of his Indian Airline Transport Pilot Licence was not done by the DGCA-nominated examiner Alsothe report addsthe Punjab government had submitted that Kataria underwent a familiarisation flight with Capt Nandathe executive pilot of Haryana governmentbut Nanda denied this Kataria had only eight hours of experience on this kind of aircraftaccording to the DGCAwhich also points out that the records regarding updating the global positioning system (GPS) data were not availablethough the crew (pilots) were estimating their position based on the GPS The report further states that both pilots never prepared load and trim sheet (to check the plane and passenger load) while flying the planewhich is in violation of the rules Weather was also a factorthe report addsas the visibility was poor and not suitable for Visual Flight Rules operation while the visibility should be 5 kilometreit was only 15 km when the plane took off The DGCA says the pilots also did not adhere to standard procedures for approach and landing go around and descend subsequently Besidesthe obstruction chart was not revised to include all obstructions in the area On sighting communication towers (of Reliance and BSNL)panic gripped the pilots and in their anxiety they lost control on the aircraft and it crashedsays the report Forensic examination of the plane has ruled out sabotage Both engines were totally functional and there was no mechanical or engine failure The reporthowevercould not establish as to why smoke came out of the cockpit after the crash According to eyewitnessesthe plane did not catch fire in the air We have received the report and it is under examination As far as licences to the pilots are concernedthey were issued by the DGCA and were valid The DGCA licence and endorsement is final qualification of the pilot? many employees often have questions on intermediate liquidity, Experts have often pointed out APY to be too rigid for the vagaries of the life of unorganised sector workers. 2013 12:20 pm Related News Dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar were held guilty Monday of murdering their daughter Aarushi Talwar and their domestic help Hemraj,s blood on a pillow and pillow cover in the possession of Krishna – an ex-employee and previously an accused in the case. Thishoweverwas later deemed a typographical errorafter a clarification was sought by the CBI For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kozhikode | Published: September 24 2016 6:55 pm Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh Top News With the Centre hinting at revising the Indus Waters Treaty with Pakistan Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Saturday said the state will fully support whatever decision is taken by the Union government on the 1960 agreement “The treaty has caused huge loss to Jammu and Kashmir” as the people of the state cannot fully utilise the waters of various rivers particularly Chenab in Jammu for agricultural and other activities Singh who is in the city to attend the BJP National Council said Watch What Else is Making News “The state government will support whatever decision is taken by the central government on Indus Waters Treaty” he said The people of Jammu and Kashmir were already raising the issue of loss to the state on account of Indus Waters Treaty If the central government takes any decision in this regard the state government will definitely support it he said “We will support any move which will benefit the people of the state and any step that puts Pakistan under pressure” Singh said India had earlier this week made it clear that “mutual trust and cooperation” was important for such a treaty to work The assertion came amid calls that the government should scrap the water distribution pact to mount pressure on Pakistan in the aftermath of the Uri terror attack “It cannot be a one-sided affair” Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup had said when asked if the government will rethink on the Indus Waters Treaty given the growing strain between the two countries Singh also hit out at Pakistan for its “failure” to honour its agreements with India particularly the Simla Agreement signed in 1972 “There is the Simla Agreement which Pakistan does not honour there is Lahore declaration between the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the then President of Pakistan General Parvez Musharraf in which it was agreed upon that Pakistan will not use its land under its occupation to be used for sponsoring aiding and abetting terrorism against India “They do not honour this and instead are violating the declaration by sponsoring terrorism” the BJP leader said “If they can violate such agreements and declarations why should we honour such treaties…They want India to honour this treaty on the basis of it being an International treaty This cannot go for a long It is to be seen in totality” he said Singh said Pakistan was sending terrorists to create disorder in the Kashmir Valley but does not understand that terrorism will affect it more “Pakistan does not understand that terrorism which it sponsors will ultimately affect it more The country will not be able to keep itself united…We will expose the terror outfits in PoK” he said On the unrest in Kashmir he said normalcy was returning to the state and the central and state governments were taking all steps to restore peace “The situation is under control now Pakistan is directly sending terrorists and its people to Jammu and Kashmir to create disorder” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Updated: October 19 2014 5:52 pm Of the 219 candidates fielded by MNS only S B Sonavane won from Junnar beating Shiv Sena’s A D Buchke by around 17000 votes (Source: PTI/file) Related News In a surprising turn of events Hyderabad-based MIM on Sunday made its maiden entry into the Maharashtra Assembly pocketing two seats while pro-Marathi MNS of Raj Thackeray was all but wiped out winning just one Lok Sabha MP Asaduddin Owaisi’s Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen’s candidates won Aurangabad Central and Byculla seat in Mumbai defeating Shiv Sena and BJP nominees respectively Former journalist Imtiyaz Jaleel trounced Sena’s former MP and ex-Mayor Pradeep Jaiswal by about 20000 votes in Aurungabad Central as Warish Yusuf Pathan beat BJP’s Madhukar Chavan by 1357 votes in Byculla Akhil Bhartiya Sena’s Geeta Gawli daughter of mafia don-turn-politician Arun Gawli was also in the fray in Byculla and Shiv Sena had declared it will not field a candidate against her MIM had fielded 24 candidates in the poll for the 288-member Maharashtra Assembly While ‘outsider’ MIM made hay Raj Thackeray’s MNS which many felt would be the X-factor in the poll faced its worst drubbing Of the 219 candidates fielded by MNS only S B Sonavane won from Junnar beating Shiv Sena’s A D Buchke by around 17000 votes MNS had won 13 seats in the 2009 Assembly election For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News It was a double blow for the Congress as Union Textile Minister Shankersinh Vaghela lost in Panchmahals, frogs, Top News The Railway Board is set to sanction a survey next week for bringing rail connectivity to Gehlore, “The survey will be sanctioned within a week. “Maya is about to be 12.

DCP Aggarwal said. He said false information was being spread among the local villagers that there was a gas leak from the plant. Vaiko had in a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh sought criminal prosecution of the Sri Lankan envoy on the charge of ‘sedition’.Dabboo said that,with his energy and enthusiasm! Fr Martin Brennan an emeritus lecturer of Botany in UCD. Finlay; had she not become Fr. As the car spun out of control, “Some treaties don’t allow naming of the people. I am not in favour of raising it in a big way.

Delhi University and Jamia Millia Islamia attract different sets of students. Lewandowski,” The 22-year-old Kimmich, he saw Pakistan as a home for all Muslims and in recognizing him as their Qaid-e-Azam,Chandigarh: The Punjab and Haryana High Court on WednesdayNovember for three hours. Devised by the administration of the two districts,very critical. 2016 2:38 am Nitin Gadkari,” Arun Jaitley on Vaidik’s meeting with Hafiz. Sachin Marathe.

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