MUMBAI, March 22 (Xinhua) -- The Indian government told Malaysian investigators it has found no evidence that the missing Malaysia jet flew through its airspace, local media reported on Saturday.
According to Malaysian investigators, Indian side showed no findings after checking its radar records. India's response is crucial as any of their radar data could help identify whether the jet turned north or south after disappearing on March 8, but the issue is also sensitive because of the presence of military radar. Sources familiar with the situation between the two countries said India had formally told Malaysia that it had checked for any sign of the jet having touched its airspace and found nothing of significance, in response to Kuala Lumpur's diplomatic request.
Chinese satellite spots large object possibly related to MH370
KUALA LUMPUR, March 22 (Xinhua) -- China's satellite has spotted a 22-meter-long and 13-meter-wide object in the southern Indian Ocean possibly related to the missing Malaysian jetliner, Malaysian Ministry of Transport said in a statement on Saturday. Full story
Final communication from missing jet MH370 reveals two odd points: Telegraph
LONDON, March 21 (Xinhua) -- The final 54 minutes of communication between the co-pilot of the Malaysia Airlines MH370 and the control tower has revealed two odd points, the British daily Telegraph reported on Friday.
The first odd point was a message delivered by the cockpit at 1.07 a.m., saying that the plane was flying at a cruising altitude of 35,000 feet, the daily reported. Full story
New satellite data guides hunt for missing Malaysian airline in Southern Indian Ocean
CANBERRA, March 22 (Xinhua) -- Search operations in the Southern Indian Ocean for a missing Malaysia Airlines aircraft resumed, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) announced on Saturday, saying that the current search area, about 2,500 kilometers southwest of Australia, was identified based on satellite data on Thursday.
The AMSA said so far no sightings have been reported, and the current search area was identified based on satellite images provided by the Australian Geospatial-Intelligence Organization ( AGO). Full story