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Anil Kapoor cast in Amazon’s pilot based on ‘The Book of Strange New Things’

Anil Kapoor cast in Amazon’s pilot based on ‘The Book of Strange New Things’

The upcoming pilot is based on the cult novel from Michael Faber.

Three arrested for flying drone in no-fly zone in Mumbai

Three arrested for flying drone in no-fly zone in Mumbai

Rahul Rajkumar Jaiswal (24), Rana Subhash Singh (25) and Vidhichand Jaiswal (45) were arrested by Crime Branch unit-11, police said.

TRAGIC! Italian pilot DIES while broadcasting his daring jump on Facebook

TRAGIC! Italian pilot DIES while broadcasting his daring jump on Facebook

Followers watching the video immediately reacted with horror on Facebook.

Rescuers save 366 migrants from boats in Mediterranean, 20 reported dead

Rescuers save 366 migrants from boats in Mediterranean, 20 reported dead

Rescuers saved 366 migrants from rickety boats trying to cross the Mediterranean to Italy.

Consent for unnatural sex no ground for discharge: Court

A case was lodged against the man at Moti Nagar Police Station in west Delhi in 2014.

IS claims pilot of downed Syrian plane captured

The Islamic State militant group claimed on Friday it has captured the pilot of a warplane crashed southeast of Damascus, the SITE Intelligence Group quoted the group`s Amaq news agency as saying.

BSF Plane Crash: Pilot noticed technical snag but was told to go ahead with flight

The pilot of the Border Security Force (BSF) plane that crashed near the Delhi airport this morning noted a technical snag soon after he started the engine. But he was reportedly told to go ahead with his flight by the BSF ground crew.

SpiceJet Bombardier Q-400 fleet pilots get 20-25% pay hike

Budget carrier SpiceJet has hiked the salary packages of its Bombardier Q-400 fleet commanders by 20-25 percent, bringing them on par with Boeing pilots, sources said.

Now, a spy plane that can be flown with or without a pilot!

A new intelligence and surveillance aircraft that falls into the category of an Optionally Piloted Vehicle (OPV) with its ability to be flown robotically or with a human pilot on board was unveiled recently.

Now, a helmet that can alert the pilot about enemy planes

British military pilots will soon don
a new helmet which will allow them to shoot down enemy jets by
just looking at them -- a breakthrough that could put an end
to the century-old concept of the aerial dogfight.