At the time of writing this response and based on Google trends i would say:
1. lost season finale
2. champions league
3. air india
I use Google trends to piggy back post articles since I know they will trend for the next week or two, I also look for events that may be coming up such as American idol finale, world cup, all subjects that will be soon talked about.
Hope this helps,
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