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Indian Atomic Weapons are Unsafe: & can be taken Easily b...

India is a Terrorist Supporting country  (Feb 16, 2015 | post #31)

First group of Afghan army cadets arrive in Pakistan for ...

Excellent news of cooperation  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #2)

Afghanistan wants Pakistan to free more Taliban

Well Its demanded by Afghanistan and Pakistan can do nothing about its - they are all Afghan Citizens currently in Pakistan Jail.  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #10)

Aircraft set for minute-by-minute tracking

Aircraft set for minute-by-minute tracking January 31, 2015 - Updated 639 PKT From Web Edition 9 4 5 0 [Aircraft set for minute-by-minute tracking] Montreal: All commercial flights worldwide could soon send out an automated signal every minute in times of distress to help rescuers find downed aircraft more easily. The new measures are in response to last year´s disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in what remains one of history´s great aviation mysteries. The aircraft, with 239 people on board, has never been found, nearly a year on. The new tracking rules, prepared by an industry working group, would be phased in by the end of this year, said the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a United Nations agency. The initiative will now be presented to delegates from all 191 ICAO member states at a meeting in Montreal from Monday to Thursday, and "a final proposal" will be submitted to the ICAO Council within six months for ratification. The measure has unanimous support among ICAO member states, a source said Friday, meaning it is virtually assured to be brought in. Currently, radar can track a plane, however coverage fades when aircraft are out at sea or the plane is flying below a certain altitude. Under the new rules, airlines will be required to track their aircraft using a system that gives their location at 15-minute intervals. If an "abnormal event" is detected, including a change in direction or deviation from a flight path, the signal rate hastens to every minute. Airlines would be responsible for sharing the data with authorities in cases of emergencies. "It´s the start of tracking (flights) every minute in emergency situations that is the most effective in the short term," the source said. Following a distress signal, search and rescue teams would be able to zero in on an aircraft within six nautical miles (11 kilometers) of its last known position. The ICAO will also ask airlines to equip their aircraft with ejectable black boxes. These would float and be more easily retrievable in case of a crash over water. They will be mandatory on new aircraft built after 2021, the source told AFP. The ejectable black boxes would be in addition to existing commercial flight data recorders and cockpit voice recorders that continually record flight information. (AFP) http://www.thenews 3551-Aircraft-set- for-minute-by-minu te-tracking  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #1)

PR gets 15 more Chinese locomotives

PR gets 15 more Chinese locomotives February 06, 2015 - Updated 180 PKT From Web Edition http://www.thenews 4251-PR-gets-15-mo re-Chinese-locomot ives-  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #1)

Millennials top in Pakistan

congratulations for students  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #1)

Chinese President expresses willingness to attend Pakista...

Welcome in Pakistan  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #1)

Observance of 'Kashmir Solidarity Day' In Pakistan and POK

Pakistan demand United Nation's to pressure India for honors its commitment of Plebiscite  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #1)

Thousands of Afghani families flee Pakistan post Peshawar...

better --- still more than 1.8 + Million Afghan Refugees in Pakistan living for over 3 decades and this is registered ones' and un registered they are more than 1 million more ... Pakistan Host them and taken care of them well in times of need and we will continue to help our Afghan Brothers but now as situation in Afghanistan is getting better People migrating to their home land but more help for rehabilitation will be needed for them when they will be in Afghanistan - to start new life and making Afghanistan secure and Economically Strong - that's my wish and pray for them.  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #1)

Five people killed in US shooting

Five people killed in US shooting February 08, 2015 - Updated 915 PKT From Web Edition http://www.thenews 4418-Five-people-k illed-in-US-shooti ng  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #1)

Turkey delivers last batch of upgraded F-16s to Pakistan

JF 17's also equivalent  (Feb 7, 2015 | post #5)

Turkey delivers last batch of upgraded F-16s to Pakistan

Turkey delivers last batch of upgraded F-16s to Pakistan  (Sep 4, 2014 | post #2)

Russia's new multi-billion-dollar spaceport in Russia's F...

VOSTOCHNY Russia (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday ordered construction sped up on a multi-billion-doll ar spaceport in Russia's Far East that he said would break reliance on the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and launch future missions to the Moon and Mars. Taking to task officials, Putin said construction was lagging behind by up to three months and the 6,000 workers currently at the site was half the number it should be. "In the future, the capacity of the cosmodrome will be expanded ... to be used to realize program to explore the Moon, Mars and other space objects," he said. Russia has already ploughed some 100 billion roubles into construction of the new spaceport, Putin said, to replace the Baikonur site that it has leased from Kazakhstan In July, Russia launched its first new design of space rocket entirely built within post-Soviet Russia's borders from the northern military cosmodrome of Plesetsk. https://en-maktoob tin-orders-buildin g-hastened-russian -spaceport-1247489 85.html  (Sep 4, 2014 | post #1)



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