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SU-30 MK-I crashes in Rajasthan, pilot killed

SU-30 MK-I crashes in Rajasthan, pilot killedNew Delhi, Apr 30 : A SU-30 MK-I aircraft of the Indian Air Force on a routine training mission crashed 70 kms southeast of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, today.

The aircraft had taken off from aircraft had taken off from the Lohegaon air base in Pune.

"The crash took place around 10:30 a. m. Both the pilots ejected out of the aircraft. While Wing Commander SV Munje survived the crash, Wing Commander PS Nara succumbed to his injuries," the IAF said in a statement released today.

Hearing on Bofors case extended till September 8

Bofors case: Quattrocchi no longer on CBI''s most wanted listNew Delhi, Apr 30 : A Delhi Court on Thursday postponed the hearing of the Bofors pay off case till September 8 after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) sought two months time to decide its future course of action on the lone surviving suspect, Ottavio Quattrocchi.

The CBI on Tuesday had requested Interpol to remove the Italian businessman''s name from its list of most wanted persons.

Rihanna set to receive jewellery back from police

RihannaNew Delhi, Apr 30 : The Los Angeles police are set to return Barbadian singer Rihanna’s 1.4 million dollars worth of jewellery taken as evidence on the night of the alleged assault on her by Chris Brown.

Rihanna, 21, had worn the earrings and three rings, which were on loan to her, while attending a pre-Grammy party with Brown hours before the Feb 8 incident, reports China Daily.

Jackie Chan announces his 100th movie project

Action Hero Jackie ChanNew Delhi, April 30 : Jackie Chan has announced his 100th movie project.

The 55-year-old said on his Web site that he is going to co-direct the film tentatively called ‘Chinese Zodiac’ with ‘Rumble in the Bronx’ director Stanley Tong.

The Hong-Kong based action hero said that the shooting is going to take place in China, Austria and France, reports the China Daily.

Congress notice to Chennai paper for questioning Rahul Gandhi’s qualifications

Congress notice to Chennai paper for questioning Rahul Gandhi’s qualificationsNew Delhi, Apr. 29: The Congress party on Wednesday sent a legal notice to the Chennai-based New Indian Express newspaper for publishing what it called "wild allegations and sly insinuations" on the educational qualifications of party General Secretary Rahul Gandhi.

Sonia targets BJP over terrorism issue

Sonia targets BJP over terrorism issueNew Delhi, Apr 29: Congress Party chief Sonia Gandhi addressing her first election rally in national capital New Delhi, targeted the Bharatiya Janata Party over the issue of terrorism.

New Delhi will go to polls in the fourth phase on May 7.

Gandhi addressed public rally at the Ramlila ground and without taking any names targeted BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Lal Krishan Advani over combating terrorism.