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Thursday, April 12, 2018

Former Civil Aviation Minister Raju's baggage left at Delhi airport
The baggage of former Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju, who took an Air India flight to Visakhapatnam, was left at the airport here yesterday as it could not be loaded in the aircraft after security screening, according to officials. A Delhi airport spokesperson on Tuesday said the bag was checked in around "12 minutes before scheduled departure of Air India's Delhi-Visakhapatnam flight AI 451". Since the check in baggage of Raju had to go through regulated security screening, it could not be loaded at the aircraft, he said in a statement.

Muslim man claims harassment on bus, asked to utter religious slogan
A 29-year-old Muslim man has claimed that he was harassed on a bus here by two men who asked him to utter a religious slogan and roughed him up. In his complaint to the police, Maulana Aftab Alam, who teaches at a mosque here, said he was also asked about his nationality by the two men. A case has been registered on the complaint of the victim and efforts are on to nab the accused persons, a senior police officer said. Alam, who is a resident of JJ Colony in Bawana, said in his complaint that he was heading home from Shahbad Dairy, outer Delhi, when the incident took place on the night of April 8.

Delhi-San Francisco service to give Air India Rs 90 crore a month
Disinvestment-bound Air India is hoping to garner a revenue of over Rs 90 crore a month from the lucrative New Delhi-San Francisco sector, in which it operates nine flights a week. The national carrier added three flights on the route on March 25, taking the total number of non-stop services to nine a week. The revenue from the sector was about Rs 60-65 crore per month and and it went up to Rs 71 crore in December last year.

ED questions Satyendar Jain in PMLA case again
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) today questioned Delhi Health and Power Minister Satyendar Jain for the second time in connection with a money laundering case registered against him and others. Officials said Jain arrived at the ED office here this morning for the second round of questioning. He was first questioned in the case last week. They said his statement was being recorded under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) by the investigating officer of the case.

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