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Ethiopian Airlines plane crash kills all 157 on board, including 4 Indians; Narendra Modi expresses condolences
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Ethiopian Airlines plane crash kills all 157 on board, including 4 Indians; Narendra Modi expresses condolences

The Ethiopian PMO said that an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 flight was on a regularly scheduled flight between Nairobi and Addis Ababa when it crashed.

Firstpost Editor's Picks: LS poll dates announced, Ethiopian Airlines plane crash, Nayantara Sahgal's new book; today's must-read stories
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Firstpost Editor's Picks: LS poll dates announced, Ethiopian Airlines plane crash, Nayantara Sahgal's new book; today's must-read stories

Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora announced that the Lok Sabha polls will be held in seven phases over the months of April and May.

First commercial flight in 20 years leaves Ethiopia for Eritrea after nations end bitter conflict
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First commercial flight in 20 years leaves Ethiopia for Eritrea after nations end bitter conflict

Ethiopian airlines chief executive Tewolde GebreMariam said the day marked an unique event in the history of Ethiopia and Eritrea

Ethiopia lures Indian travellers with a Dreamliner named Taj Mahal
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Ethiopia lures Indian travellers with a Dreamliner named Taj Mahal

In what is being seen as a recognition of the heavy traffic generated on its routes to the Indian subcontinent, the flagship carrier of the East African nation of Ethiopia has named its newest Boeing 787 Dreamliner after India's most famous monument.

Ethiopian Airlines plane hijacked to Geneva by co-pilot
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Ethiopian Airlines plane hijacked to Geneva by co-pilot

Police arrested a hijacker who forced an Ethiopian Airlines plane to land in Geneva on Monday. The airline said that all passengers and crew of the Rome-bound plane were safe.

Bodies of five martyrs likely to reach India tonight
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Bodies of five martyrs likely to reach India tonight

There are two infantry battalions of the Indian Army consisting of around 2,200 soldiers deployed in South Sudan.