Signal computing scientist Dr. T Jeyaprabhu took two years before he claimed that the missing MH 370 aircraft is nothing but a signal-level hijacking and the debris are located near reunion islands. He said that the search authorities took this easily and now few days before the Malaysian search authorities had recovered few debris on the same location where we located.
Experts have confirmed that the aircraft debris discovered on Reunion Island belong to missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak announced early Thursday.
An Australian military aircraft Monday joined the search operation for missing AsiaAir flight QZ8501, which vanished over the Java Sea Sunday
Objects possibly linked to lost flight have been sighted from aircraft in the southern Indian Ocean but confirmation by ship can happen only by Saturday, Australian authorities said
An Australian flight disaster movie has been shelved in the wake of Monday's tragic news about Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, the media reported on Tuesday.
Japanese search and rescue teams joins Chinese aircraft in the hunt for signs of missing Malaysian plane - MH370 - which has mysteriously vanished
A Chinese satellite image shows a 22-metre-long, 13-metre-wide object in the southern Indian Ocean, authorities said yesterday, even as the multi-national search operation for the missing Malaysian airliner continued
It will be quite a while before all fuzziness and wild speculations about what actually happened to the ill-fated MH370 subsides
Officials in Andhra Pradesh deny TV reports that pieces of what was suspected to be an aircraft were seen near the coast
Australian Maritime Safety Authority scrambles four aircrafts to the southern Indian Ocean area where floating objects possibly connected with the Malaysian airliner are seen
Search operations for missing Malaysian jet has expanded to 26 countries involved in the operations. While Australia is leading the search in the southern hemispher, Malaysia has asked for help from even Kazakhstan
Beijing-bound Malaysian Airlines plane with 239 people on board, including 5 Indians, crashes into waters off Vietnam's southern Phu Quoc Island, Vietnamese media reports