What Happened on 04 February 2015

Commuter train collides with SUV near New York; seven killed

At least seven people were killed and 12 were injured in a collision between a commuter train and an SUV… Read More.

Dead Argentine prosecutor 'planned arrest warrant' for President Fernandez: Probe

Alberto Nisman, the Argentine prosecutor, who was found dead in his apartment at Buenos Aires, was planning an arrest warrant… Read More.

TransAsia flight crashes into Taiwan river; at least 12 killed

At least 12 people were killed when a TransAsia Airways flight with 48 people on board crashed into a river… Read More.

India's central bank keeps interest rates unchanged

Three weeks after announcing a surprise cut in the interest rates, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has kept them… Read More.

Cautious optimism in Europe over Greece's proposed debt deal

European leaders are cautiously welcoming proposals by Greece’s new ministers to strike a debt deal, ahead of… Read More.

US firm Smucker enters pet food business, acquires major brand for $3.2bn

American food and beverage firm JM Smucker made its entry into the pet food business by acquiring the Big Heart… Read More.

Walt Disney beats forecasts, registers 19% growth in profits

Beating forecasts, Walt Disney has posted a 19% rise in net quarterly income to $2.2 billion, while its revenues were… Read More.

FA Cup: Manchester United beat Cambridge 3-0

Manchester United defeated Cambridge United 3-0 in an FA Cup match after surviving a close… Read More.

Half of all Britons born after 1960 will get cancer: Study

Fifty per cent of all Britons born after 1960 will be diagnosed with cancer at some stage, a new study… Read More.

MIT Professor wins £1 million prize for pioneering work on medical technologies

Robert Langer, the man behind a number of innovative medical technologies, will be the latest recipient of the Queen Elizabeth… Read More.

Harper Lee to publish sequel to 'To Kill a Mockingbird'

An unpublished novel written by Harper Lee in the 1950s will soon hit the bookstores. The novel 'Go Set a… Read More.