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9 kg cocaine worth Rs 50 cr seized at airport, 3 held

The cocaine was concealed in rexin and carbon paper to avoid detection through an X-ray scanner.


Four international airports hub of 94 per cent drug smuggling cases

Data has been compiled by central Narcotics Control Bureau, nodal authority for drugs and narcotics enforcement in country.

Court lets off 18-yr-old for carrying bullet in air luggage

The single bench argued that the single bullet was “minor ammunition.”

After 5 mins, cars must pay to wait at IGIA

Last year, the system was operational only at the arrival terminal of the domestic airport.

Govt open to changing policy on airport location

The proposal for a new international airport in Greater Noida was first mooted by Rajnath Singh as the Uttar Pradesh chief minister in 2001.


Woman ‘dupes’ people on the pretext of sending them abroad, victims protest

As per initial reports, the woman collected almost Rs 3 crore from around 300 victims.


Delhi ATC to provide real-time weather to pilots by next year

Weather data transferred via software will be available at all air traffic control towers.


A tunnel to ease congestion on Race Course Road

Tunnel from Safdarjung-Aurangzeb Road junction to Shantipath will cater mainly to airport-bound traffic.

Anti-nuclear power activist Udayakumar detained at IGIA

Not allowed to travel to Kathmandu, let off with a warning

Man going to Kurdistan detained at IGIA for questioning

Airport officials received a call, claiming he has links with IM


Mahipalpur bypass in fast lane, PWD seeks approval for project

Bypass will reduce congestion near Mahipalpur, provide alternative route to airport

Gurgaon civic body proposes shifting IAF ammunition depot

Kumar said it was also proposed to make the ammunition depot an underground facility.


Tired of false alarms, airport looks to change security system

There are in all 510 zones in PIDS, which is spread over an area of 24 km.


IGIA’s frequent ‘visitor’ hassles vendors, fliers

A monkey recently toppled tables in a restaurant at Terminal 1-D.


‘All we heard was gunfire… we were too scared to go out’

“We were promised a better life. But we lived like slaves,” said Singh.