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Information System of the Missing Aircraft was Kept Obsolete

Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370

Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razzak has informed that the information system of the missing aircraft had been kept obsolete deliberately.

He told a news conference on Saturday that it was seen by the collected data from satellites and radar that flight MH 370 had flown seven to eight hours even after the control tower lost contact with it. This implies that the pilot or someone else inside the planet did the work.

On March 7, at midnight, the plane was missed with 239 passengers on its way to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. It had the last connection with the control tower when it was flying in the sky of South China Sea after about an hour of its soaring from Kuala Lumpur airport. Continue reading

The Mystery is More Condensing Surrounding the Disappearance of Plane

Malaysian Airlines MH 370

Malaysian Airlines MH 370

U.S. investigators believe that Malaysian Airlines MH 370 flied at least four hours after the plane had gone missing from the screen for radars in the sky.

The disappearance of this Malaysian plane is already being considered one of the most complex mysteries in the history of navigation. Finding mission continued until Saturday. 42 ships and 39 aircraft of 12 countries are carrying the search volume covers an area of Hungary. It is a matter of astonish to U.S. experts who country like China has at least a vague release of their satellite photographs. However, it could be a factor that most of the passengers were Chinese’s citizens in that lost flight.

There is evidence that MH 370 had flu for a total of five hours. U.S. investigators say; it has been known by the data of Boeing 777, which is a part of a standard monitoring program that automatically sends data by downloading on the ground. Continue reading

China Urged Malaysia to Search for the Missing Aircraft

Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777

Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777

Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 is still lost through it is tracing two days. The passengers and crews of flight were 39 in altogether. China said to Malaysia to be keener to search for the plane missing from last Saturday.

Malaysia Airlines MH370 was lost just after a while of departure from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on last Saturday. Between 239, 12 were crew, and the rest were passengers. Among the passengers, at least 152 people were from China; 38 were from Malaysia; 7 were from Indonesia; 6 were from Australia; 5 were from India; 4 were from France, and 3 were from USA. Despite there was a good weather, the aircraft did not send a danger signal to the control panel before it was lost. So the phenomenon has been created with a great suspicion. Malaysian Airlines has been facing big question about the security measures. Continue reading

GSP Wants More Work for the United States

GSP of Bangladesh

GSP of Bangladesh

Some steps will be taken to get back the GSP of Bangladeshi products in the market of United States. For this, USA has given some conditions. Analysts think that there are fewer probabilities of good news in the upcoming hearing for Bangladesh.

The next hearing of GSP will be in the United States in next May. At last, Wednesday, after a meeting of some Diplomats of Western countries with the officials of Bangladesh, U.S. Ambassador Dan Mojena said, ”there are still some challenges of getting back the GSP of Bangladesh in America’s market. Implementation of labor law in EPZs is one of them.”

Besides Mojena, European Union Ambassador William Hanna, Netherlands, Canada as well as Spanish Ambassador also attended the meeting with Commerce Secretary Mahbub Ahmed, Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque, and Labor Secretary Mikail Shipar. Continue reading