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Burnt MH 370 Wreckage Found in Mozambique Finally?

Remember the missing Malaysian Airlines MH370 aircraft that went missing since March 2014? Some burnt wreckage of an aircraft have been found in Madagascar and appears to contain “scorched black” marks suggesting possible sudden fire that might have blown up the plane mid-air. The pieces of debris possibly those under the cockpit floor of a Boeing 777 have been handed ...

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NASA Finds Wind Pattern Change in Stratosphere, Was it Linked to Pacific Decadal Oscillation?

Scientists at NASA were surprised to see major change in wind pattern in the tropical stratosphere after almost six decades later called the quasi-biennial oscillation (QBO), first observed in 1953. QBO helps scientists to understand and predict the weather changes. The current change in QBO was found in December 2015 when the winds coming from west started changing their pattern ...

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China’s Jiaolong Deep Sea Indian Ocean Drill Finds Sulfide, Metal Deposits as Wary India Keeps Watch

With India keeping an eagle’s eye, China successfully completed its first 118 days of deep sea manned subsmersible mining in the Indian Ocean, saying it found large deposits of precious metals besides discovering different hydrothermal areas. China’s mission named ‘Jiaolong’ discovered new hydrothermal deep-sea fissures which emit hot water and its findings could lead to further research into resources of ...

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Search on for suspected terror boat’s wreck, security tightened

The search is on for the wreckage of the suspected Pakistani terror boat which blew itself up following a chase and surveillance has been increased along Gujarat coast, security officials said. Pakistan however rejected India’s claim and said no boat from Karachi had gone to the open sea. The dramatic incident — a reminder of the manner Pakistani terrorists sneaked ...

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India Apprehensive as China’s Jialong Explores Minerals in its Backyard

As the news of China’s submersible Jiaolong kicking off its deep-sea exploration for polymetallic sulfides, copper, zinc, besides collecting samples of biological organism, hydrothermal vent, India is watching the new invasion in its backyard that may deprive it of the mineral resources in the future. It may be noted that China had obtained approval in July this year from the ...

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MH 370: Malaysia Salutes 7-Nation Search Efforts, Says won’t Give up Until Aircraft Found

Malaysia Minister Of Defence And Acting Minister Of Transport Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein at the briefing on Monday said the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Flight MH370 is a first of its type with more than 27 nations involved. Recalling the Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s statement that the international co-operation underway in the search for MH370 ...

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