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Three more pieces of debris found with possible MH370 link: Australia

May 26, 2016

Three more pieces of debris found with possible MH370 link: Australia

Three new pieces of debris have been found in Mauritius and in Mozambique that could be linked to missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Australia's transport minister said Thursday. #Australia #NewsTracker #Mauritius #Indian Ocean #Mozambique #Boeing 777 #debris #MH370
Malaysia to continue search for missing MH370; parts of debris found in Indian Ocean

May 13, 2016

Malaysia to continue search for missing MH370; parts of debris found in Indian Ocean

Malaysia has said the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will not be shifted after five pieces of debris was found in the Indian Ocean. #World #Australia #NewsTracker #Indian Ocean #Malaysia #Kuala Lumpur #Malaysia Airlines #MH370 #Aircrash #MH370 search operations
Debris found on remote Indian Ocean island unlikely to be from MH370, says Australia

Mar 16, 2016

Debris found on remote Indian Ocean island unlikely to be from MH370, says Australia

A piece of debris recently found on an Indian Ocean island, where a wing fragment had previously washed ashore, is unlikely to be from the same missing MH370 #Australia #NewsTracker #Indian Ocean #Malaysia Airlines #MH370 #Reunion Island #Johnny Begue
Plane debris found in Mozambique gives rise to speculation that it is from doomed Flight MH370

Mar 02, 2016

Plane debris found in Mozambique gives rise to speculation that it is from doomed Flight MH370

A piece of wreckage from a Boeing 777, likely from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, was found washed ashore on the coast of Mozambique #NewsTracker #South China Sea #Vietnam #Indian Ocean #Mozambique #Kuala Lumpur #Boeing 777 #Malaysia Airlines #MH370 #Reunion Island
Are the Andaman & Nicobar islands under threat as China sails the seas?

Feb 21, 2016

Are the Andaman & Nicobar islands under threat as China sails the seas?

It was in 2012 that China declared its intent to become a major maritime power public. A Booz Allen report in 2003 had indicated that China may churn the waves but even that assessment never thought a decade later it might be becoming a reality. #HowThisWorks #China #South China Sea #Indian Ocean #Maritime security #Namibia
Climate change in our backyard: warming of Indian Ocean threatens fish catch

Dec 21, 2015

Climate change in our backyard: warming of Indian Ocean threatens fish catch

Even as the world tries to make sense of decisions taken at the recent climate change conference in Paris, scientists have come up with fresh evidence of how global warming is beginning to nibble the food chain. #Environment #climate change #ConnectTheDots #fish #Indian Ocean #Fisheries #Global warming #South Asia #Pollution
India keeps cautious vigil as Abdulla Yameen snuffs out democracy in Maldives

Nov 07, 2015

India keeps cautious vigil as Abdulla Yameen snuffs out democracy in Maldives

Alarm bells rang in New Delhi when President Yameen announced in July that foreigners who invest more than $1bn in the island could own land in perpetuity, provided 70 percent of it is reclaimed from the sea. #India #sushma swaraj #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #Aung San Suu Kyi #Myanmar #Maldives #Indian Ocean #Mohammed Nasheed #National League for Democracy #PV Narasimha Rao #Maumoon Abdul Gayoom #Abdulla Yameen #Ahmed Adeeb #Finifenmaa #Maldives Democratic Party #Mohammed Jameel
Music to the rescue: Indian Ocean, Zoya, others to perform to support animal shelter Friendicoes

Sep 11, 2015

Music to the rescue: Indian Ocean, Zoya, others to perform to support animal shelter Friendicoes

A bevvy of music bands like the Indian Ocean, Zoya, Think Floyd, Contra etc are chipping in to help raise funds for Friendicoes, an animal-welfare NGO looking after the welfare of dogs, through a musical extravaganza in New Delhi. #NewsTracker #Indian Ocean #dogs #NGO #Friendicoes #Zoya #Think Floyd #Contra