Andaman Islands: 5 Things About The Place Flight 370 Could Have Landed

Fri, March 14, 2014 3:18pm EDT by 15 Comments
Malaysia Airlines Flight Andaman Islands
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Rob Barnes

Posted at 9:07 AM on May 3, 2014  

Lets all remember that there are MANY NATIONS AFFECTED BY MH370 DISSAPEARANCE. NOT JUST ONE NATION.
The maturity displayed by MOST NATIONS is co,mendable.
Grandstanding and theatrics will not help-thats obvious and commonsense. This is not about one nation!!!!!!

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ahmed aduddrin

Posted at 8:18 AM on May 3, 2014  

Well said Mr Rob Barnes.
Theatrics are wearing thin. Accept the fact many countries have lost loved ones please. How are they reacting!? All will come out eventually and noone has any right to get in the way of this by grandstanding.

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A. Locke

Posted at 5:42 PM on March 18, 2014  

They should look on Ramree Island. Kyaukpyu Special Development Zone is 120 square kilometres of development land for petrochemicals and gas pipelines to China and is a potential hornets nest as it made thousands of Muslims homeless when they supposedly burnt their homes down to get special status and the Government commandeered the land in 2011. It also has an airport that was to be sold privately in December 2013. Unlikely, but the mind boggles

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Indra S.

Posted at 1:03 AM on March 17, 2014  

If the author (Tierney McAfee) has the insensitivity to label Indian freedom fighters as criminals then she should also label US War veterans (from World war I & II, Vietnam war) as criminals.

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Gareth husband

Posted at 8:03 AM on March 16, 2014  

I would like to know how fast the plane was tracked at by the military radar after the transponder was turned off. It seemed to need an awful lot of verification that it was nh370 and the reason for this could have been the height and speed it was tracked at. Can these details be found out???

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Indra S.

Posted at 1:49 PM on March 15, 2014  

The author says that the British used to send criminals to the Andamans for Kalapani. Veing an Indian and a Bengali from Bengal I strongly OBJECT to the authors irresponsible authorship. They were not criminals but famous freedom fighters who were sent to the Andamans for Kalapani as the British were cunning enough to know that keeping them on the mainland would be detrimental to their governing of the Indian sub-continent.

The author should not not label freedom fighters as criminals.

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Ahmad

Posted at 3:21 PM on March 15, 2014  

Strongly agree with you Indra

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sajin

Posted at 8:02 PM on March 30, 2014  

Happy seeing a girl being patriotic..(y)

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Indra S.

Posted at 1:47 AM on March 31, 2014  

You MOM might be a girl. Not me. Yes, we Bengalis were far more patriotic than other Indians … and we taught them how to be patriotic.

 
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Pradeep

Posted at 10:04 AM on March 15, 2014  

I’m an indian and you know it’s almost impossible to land a plane there without detected by radars…. Because that area is very sensitive and india have a huge military installation there….

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Azi

Posted at 8:37 AM on March 15, 2014  

Indian may have involve in disappearing the plane in andaman island… :)

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Venus

Posted at 3:37 AM on March 15, 2014  

Marco poplo discovered andaman??? So it dint exist till he landed there ?? So the natives who have lived there for centuries…where did they come from…Pls get ur facts right

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Cathy

Posted at 11:41 PM on March 14, 2014  

I just knew andaman island,it also had airport at port blair. 380thousands ppl live there which dominan with india ppl. Please asap find that plane. May its terorism. Pls understand baby and ppl who waiting are for ur help.

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West

Posted at 8:38 AM on March 16, 2014  

Yes and they have an airport in Gaya too and there is a big cement plant in Nayagaon.

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West

Posted at 8:40 AM on March 16, 2014  

They need to search that Island!

 
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