Russian tourist tries to open plane door mid-air on Moscow to Delhi flight

A Russian tourist, who wanted to open the door of an open-air Delhi plane, was taken by the police when the plane landed at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA). Then the tourist was fined for trying to open the door of the plane to Moscow as he approached the capital, terrifying passengers and sending the aircrew on a bundle of nerves.

Aeroflot aircraft crew that would control the passenger and the pilot informed the Delhi air traffic controller (ATC), requesting help from the police at the airport. Slowly, the door was opened, the staff of industrial plants security forces (ICM) welcomed the passenger and his rapid response team (QRT) occupy the passengers.

“On 22 May, the Aeroflot service chief had made a PCR call on an undisciplined passenger aboard the SU-232 flight from Moscow to New Delhi-Moscow airport control room was also alerted.Then the flight landed at T3, The pilot gave the passenger with the flight interruption relationship (FDR).The report mentions that the passenger tried to open the door to the outside air in a state drunkenness and alcohol is also consumed on board, “said one High-level police Delhi.

Police took him to Safdarjung Hospital for a medical examination in which the BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) was 56.7 / 100 ml of blood. In terms of driving, the US Or the UK, the BAC level should be less than 80 mg. In India, the authorised blood alcohol content is 30 mg.

“According to the complaint, the facts and circumstances, measures were taken by the passenger according to the law of the aircraft,” said Sanjay Bhatia, DCP (airport).

Sources said the passenger came before the court and was released after a fine of Rs 50,000. There have been several cases of insubordinate passengers in the recent past. In April, a passenger should be attributed to his seat when travelling in Delhi from Dubai when he became violent shortly after the plane took off from Dubai.

A day before that, an Air India air hostess had filed a report of a passenger misconduct on a flight from Muscat. According to airlines, such incidents are on the rise and often pose a risk to other passengers. However, crew members are trained to handle such a situation, and often the situation is out of reach.

“Passengers are often rude and sometimes abused by minor problems. We ask the staff to remain calm, but there are clear guidelines for fixing a passenger if the situation is out of reach,” said a company official Aerial

A few days later, two “drunken” passengers were unloaded by British Airways at Delhi airport after insisting on playing a musical instrument on board.


Talk to Kashmiri separatists or the fanatics may take over

A bit of improvisation on a quote by Noam Chomsky explains the images digitally stored in the Kashmir valley in India and the continent: the population, in general, does not know the problem and she does not even know she does not know.

In obtaining conflict of feelings, emotions sustained by supporters, conflict is easier than agreement. What is offered are two relative truths; Election motivated by predilections influenced by propaganda. Essential dialogue is not easily acceptable.

The Saner elements in the valley recognize the need to reach people beyond the Banihal pass. But for them, the wall of mistrust – I mortified every night by the jousting television accounts – seems impenetrable.

A disturbing collapse is the inexorable disappearance of traditional politics in Kashmir. Dialogue aside, there is no semblance of coupling between opposing voices except in study wars. Regional forces such as the PDP and National Conference losing ground. Even the separatists we know in the last quarter of a century see no relevance to the Islamist militancy issue!

Evidence of this could be reserved was the threat of Zakir Musa to unleash the leaders of Hurriyat who described Kashmir as a political conflict. There are unmistakable signs that the commander of Hizbul Mujahideen overthrew traction among alienated youth groups. The rows of stone are joined by the children of rich families. They do it by conviction or revenge disdain by the security forces. Not for money.

Officials with whom I have spoken in the valley have agreed that if the situation was allowed to drift and without political intervention, Hurriyat could be overwhelmed by a parallel force and no fanatical concessions. The choice, as it lies between the known and the unknown devil the devil! The destruction of the separatist or popular esteem could support Syed Ali Shah Geelani entities appear moderate. The distrust for dialogue is equal and mutual. On the one hand, public opinion is motivated by “excess” symbolized by the episode of human shields; The other by mobs stoning the security forces. Openness rooted in history Even talk of betrayal discussions. A leader noted with regret that the Jammu and Kashmir that he knew were now “against Jammu Kashmir”.

But there has to be a way out of the blind. The tragedy of Kashmir is compounded by the absence of statesmen – politicians who could extract quicksand where it sank. Geelani, which is well considered in the valley is dominated by New Delhi for its extraterritorial tendencies.

Ageing is a maximalist separatist, not a terrorist. It could if the Center would use the way the NSCN (I-H) leaders were in Nagaland, at least for cooling temperatures. It is in the twilight of his life – as Isak Chishi Swu finale when the pact “frame” in 2015.

Only a miraculous change of majoritarianism in Kashmir’s Central policy can do the impossible. It is desirable but unlikely. In Geelani’s remote possibility to adjust to India’s “Hindu” Modi, his fate might be similar to Harchand Singh Longowal Punjab.


In Maoist heartland, a bus service resumes after 12 years

Although the bus connects two harmless cities in the Sukma district in southern Chhattisgarh, its course can be followed by security forces as thoroughly as with the Samjhauta Express, a weekly train between India and Pakistan.

Bus passengers between Gupta Travels Dornapal and Jagargonda must carry their Aadhar card at all times as proof of identity. And as the bus passes through every 13 CRPF fields along the way, you must make mandatory stops for the driver to sign the registration. In some places, each of the passengers to disembark and go through a complete disaster.

The road is bad, the bus without air conditioning is not very comfortable and the passengers are mostly extremely poor.

But the journey of 56 kilometers that the bus is, anyway, every day is like no other country. Reintroduced after 12 years, it passes through the Maoist heart where the security forces fought against the insurgents in an endless cycle of violence. In April, it was Barkapal on the bus route, a Maoist ambush killed 25 CRPF men in.

Given the explosions and bloodshed in the region, the bus driver leaves nothing to chance while negotiating the road under construction for years, but it is still far from having completed the face violent Maoist opposition.

“Koi nahi jayega Neeche highway ke sab … pe high road Nipat lena,” shouts at the passengers, warning them against the fall of the road to respond to the call of nature. Often blocked, the stretch has seen 18 FDI bursts in the last three years.

The bus service – carried out privately, but under state sponsorship – was disrupted 12 years ago after the spiral of violence. Although no less dangerous now, neighbours are willing to take the risk because the bus is their lifeline in a region devoid of connectivity. The rickety jeeps pick up passengers for a price on the stretch, but they were uneven, inadequate and overcrowded. Hindu, a ten-year-old resident of Jagargonda, has reason to be satisfied that the bus service will be presented again from May 3 to the driver’s side, which ends at a ridge of Gondi. His travel times to visit relatives in Dornapal fell by more than half.

The bus leaves at 6 am Jagargonda every day for Dornapal. The trip starts at 15:00.

“Darr Lagta hain a kya Lekin Karein? (We are afraid, but what can we do), Kamlesh said the driver. He and passengers comfort themselves with the fact that Maoists to date have not directed not to a civilian transport