The Telegraph
Wednesday , March 19 , 2014
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Questions over absence of cellphone calls

When hijackers took control of four airplanes on September 11, 2001, and sent them hurtling low across the countryside toward New York and Washington, frantic passengers and flight attendants turned on cellphones and air phones and began making calls to loved ones, airline managers and the auth...   | Read..

Furious families in hunger strike threat

Furious Chinese families threatened today to go on hunger strike until the Malaysian government tells them the truth about the fate of their relatives aboard a Malaysia Airli...   | Read..

Crimea integral part of Russia: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin, defying Ukrainian protests and western sanctions, today signed a treaty making Crimea part Russia but said he did not plan to seize any othe...   | Read..

Can’t back split: Singh

India today told Russia that it respects Moscow’s interests in Ukraine but cannot support secession of Crimea based on a referendum that Kiev does not recognise, its st...   | Read..

Google introduces smart watches

Google hasn’t found a hit in making computers, Internet-connected glasses or smartphones. Maybe a wristwatch will do the trick....   | Read..

Missing pilot, co-pilot at centre of baffling paradox

One is a technical wizard whose affable manner made him a favourite of trainee pilots; the other an enthusiastic young aviator planning to marry his sweetheart....   | Read..
An Indonesian sailor searches for the missing Malaysian Airlines plane in the Andaman Sea near the northern tip of Sumatra, Indonesia. (AFP)
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