Thursday, 18 July 2013

Air India Pilots - Captain Jagan Mohan Reddy and Capt S. Kiran - allowed Kannada actress Nithya Menon in the cockpit

Air India, has removed two of its Pilots from duty

The national flag carrier, Air India, has removed two of its pilots from duty for violating the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) guidelines.
The pilots - Jagan Mohan Reddy and S. Kiran - had allegedly allowed Kannada actress Nithya Menon in the cockpit while operating the Bangalore-Hyderabad flight last month.
While Reddy was the pilot-in-command, Kiran was the co-pilot.
The violation came to light after a government official, who was on board the flight, reportedly registered a complaint against the pilots.
Menon, a Malayali born in Bangalore, is a journalism graduate from Manipal.
She, however, changed tack and enrolled for FTII Pune to become a director, there she is said to have been convinced to take up acting.
Nithya Menon appeared first as a child actor in The Monkey Who Knew Too Much in 1998.
Her debut as an actor was in the Mohanlal-starrer Aakasha Gopuram ten years later. She then acted in Kannada films. She has also acted in several Telugu and Tamil films.

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Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Rains and Flying

Flying in this Rains and 
Singing my  poem
The Fly by Control Not Fly by wire
Touched the Face of Winds
High Flying in the Air

I Never felt before like I could Fly. 
I would look down and it is so far to the Ground 
I wish I could just Jump and Fly over the water.
Or I could touch the Cloud and Sky.  

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Drunk Lankan Cricketer Tried To Open Aircraft Door At 35,000 Feet

The unnamed Sri Lankan A team player was said to have pushed and pulled for up to two minutes at the exterior door on a packed British Airways flight from St Lucia to Gatwick.

A Sri Lankan cricketer tried to open the door of a British Airways flight from St Lucia to London Gatwick while the plane was at 35,000 feet. The drunk cricketer, wearing a blue-coloured team T-shirt, told cabin crew he was searching for the toilet.

The Daily Mail reported that the unnamed player from the Sri Lankan A team, pulled at the door for two minutes, creating panic among fellow passengers on the Trans-Atlantic flight on Monday.

A witness told the newspaper: “It was pretty frightening. I’m a nervous flyer anyway but things had been fine until then. I was awake. My daughter had been crying. So I saw everything.”

The cricketer was wearing a Sri Lankan polo-shirt team uniform with their country’s name in yellow lettering. The witness said: “The BA flight attendants came running down the aisle and tried to calm him down. He seemed quite disoriented.”

Another witness was quoted as saying: “It was very scary. He looked very dazed or drunk. Some of his team-mates were shouting and telling him to stop. I was just a few feet away. My mum was really upset. Thank goodness he was stopped. Somebody said they had been drinking for four hours before they got on the plane.”

A spokesman for British Airways said that: “The event was linked to ‘an element of alcohol’. He explained his mistake and cabin crew accepted it in good faith. Cabin crew reassured customers who witnessed the event.” BA stressed that it is impossible to open the pressurised door in mid-flight.

The Sri Lankan A team were flying back after a Test and limited-overs series against the West Indies A squad. The tour ended on June 27.

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