`Maps in Malaysia report indicate MH370 flew to avoid radars`

Maps released as part of a preliminary report on the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian jet indicate that the plane deliberately flew along a route to evade military radars, according to a media report.

MH370 search could take a year, authorities remain `confident`

The authorities on Thursday said that the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will likely take eight to 12 months.

Missing Malaysia Airlines plane: Cyclone halts air search for MH370

Air search operations to hunt for the crashed Malaysian airliner were suspended for Tuesday due to a tropical cyclone heading south over the Indian Ocean, as a robotic mini-submarine neared completion of its underwater search with no sign of wreckage.

MH370 chills China-Malaysia `panda diplomacy`

China has postponed plans to send a pair of pandas to Malaysia next week, a minister said Friday, as bilateral relations remain uneasy over the disappearance of flight MH370.

MH370: Australian PM `very confident` signals are from Malaysian jet black boxes

Australia`s Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Friday told a press conference in China he`s very confident that the signals received in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane are from the black boxes of MH370.

Chinese MH370 relatives renew pressure on Malaysia envoy

Frustrated relatives of Chinese passengers aboard missing flight MH370 demanded answers from the Malaysian ambassador for a second consecutive day Wednesday, with some openly insulting him at a Beijing hotel.

No trace of Malaysia Airlines plane even after two weeks of search

There was no trace of the Malaysian airliner even two weeks after it went missing but searchers said weather conditions have improved in the search area in the southern Indian Ocean which is making human sighting possible now.

Malaysia says no confirmation yet of suspected jet debris

Investigators have not received evidence so far that two objects spotted by satellite in the Indian Ocean come from a missing passenger jet, a top Malaysian official said on Friday.

Science could `rewind` waves to find Malaysia jet black boxes

If two blurred objects photographed from space are confirmed as debris from Flight MH370, scientists will still face a daunting task to find and recover the sensitive recorders containing clues to the Malaysian jet`s disappearance.

`Missing plane has not led to dip in travel to Malaysia`

Over the last 15 years, India has emerged as one of the top sources of tourism in Malaysia with tourist numbers soaring from 35,000 in 1999 to 6,50,989 in 2013.

Malaysia says need to `verify` possible Australia MH370 find

Malaysia said on Thursday that two objects spotted in the Indian Ocean gave reason for hope of a resolution to its missing plane crisis, but stressed the need to verify the claim.

China says no sign yet missing Malaysian jet entered its territory

China has not yet found any sign a missing Malaysian Airlines jet entered in its territory, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said on Wednesday.

Why didn`t missing jet passengers use their cellphones?

In the age of smartphones and social media, one question surrounding the disappearance of the Malaysian airliner is why none of the passengers tried to contact relatives, as they did during the 9/11 attacks.

Searchers draw blank in southern search for Malaysia plane

Australian and American planes drew a blank Wednesday on the first full day of a search across a vast tract of the southern Indian Ocean for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

Thai radar saw `unknown aircraft` after MH370 vanished

Thai radar picked up an "unknown aircraft" minutes after flight MH370 last transmitted its location but officials failed to report the findings earlier as the plane was not considered a threat, the air force said Wednesday.

US rules out Malaysian plane landed at its Indian Ocean base

The United States has ruled out the possibility of the missing Malaysian plane landing at its Indian Ocean base in Diego Garcia.

Investigations into missing Malaysia jet appear stalled

Investigations into the mystery of the missing Malaysian jet appeared to be at a deadlock on Wednesday, with an exhaustive background search of the passengers and crew showing nothing untoward and no sign that the plane could be quickly found.

Malaysia Airlines flight search: As it happened on Wednesday

The Malaysian Transport Minister, Hishammuddin Hussein, said that certain information has been deleted from the flight simulator which was recovered from the residence of pilot of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

Plane search spans Asia, but investigation shows little progress

China deployed 21 satellites to scour its territory for a missing Malaysian jetliner, while Australia said it had drastically narrowed its sector of the search area but was still looking in an expanse of ocean the size of Spain and Portugal.

China says has 21 satellites looking for missing Malaysian jet

China said on Tuesday that it has deployed 21 satellites to search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner with 239 people on board.