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New Delhi, 24th Sept (IANS): The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) Wednesday said a fake website was created by some unidentified people offering jobs.

"It has come to the notice of the NHAI that a fake website-email ID has been created at http://www.nhai.co.in / nhaiofindia@gmail.com by some unknown persons offering recruitment, training offers and asking public to apply for openings and training," the NHAI said in a statement.

The NHAI clarified that it never contacts the public via unsolicited phone calls or e-mails asking for money or any other type of personal information concerning recruitment and training.

"The website also gives a fake address of NHAI as its training centre...It is to be clarified that there is no such training centre or office at that address," the statement said.
Beijing, 20th Sept (IANS): China will need 98,000 more pilots and 101,000 maintenance technicians in the next 20 years, according to latest estimates of Boeing.

According to the 2014 Boeing Pilot and Technician Outlook, for the whole Asia Pacific region the demand for pilots and technicians over the same period is forecast to be 216,000 and 224,000, respectively, Xinhua reported.

From now to 2033, the Asia Pacific region will account for 39 percent of the world's total demand for new commercial airline technicians, more than Europe and North America combined, it said.

"The Asia Pacific region is seeing tremendous economic growth and is set to become the largest air travel market in the world," said Bob Bellitto, director of Customer Group, Boeing Flight Services.

A booming market means more jobs and career opportunities for those interested in becoming commercial airline pilots and maintenance technicians over the next two decades, Bellitto added.
Riyadh, 19th Sept (IANS): More than 15,000 illegal foreign workers were arrested in Saudi Arabia's Jeddah city for violating the country's residency and labour regulations, a media report said Friday.

The arrests were made over the past few months, Arab News quoted police spokesperson Aati bin Attiyah Al-Qurashi as saying. He added that those arrested included beggars and street vendors as well as cleaners of cars on streets.

“We have instructed real estate owners not to provide accommodation or shelter to illegal workers in their buildings,” he said, adding that the law’s violators would be punished.

“The raids to track down violators will continue until the last illegal expat is deported from the country,” said the spokesperson.

Labour ministry officials also initiated action against 130 foreign workers in Al-Ahsa for working for firms other than their sponsors and taking on jobs other than the professions written in their contracts, as well as residents without identification.

The ministry also carried out raids in Qatif, Jubail and Ras Tannura.

In a major crackdown in July this year, Saudi authorities arrested 21 Indians for residing illegally in the country.

Saudi Arabia started a crackdown on illegal workers since April last year.

The government issued an amnesty period giving illegal migrants seven months to gain legal status.

Since then, one million Bangladeshis, Indians, Filipinos, Nepalis, Pakistanis and Yemenis have left the country.
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