What Happened on 05 November 2013
India is planning on building a 597 feet tall statue in Gujarat, honoring one of the founding fathers Sardar Vallabhbhai… Read More.
Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf has been granted bail after being under house arrest for six months. Although, this… Read More.
Toronto's mayor admitted to having made mistakes after a rough week, which included police claiming they possess a video showing… Read More.
BlackBerry announced today that it doesn't plan on selling itself to Fairfax Financial Holdings anymore. The company was supposed to… Read More.
Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiaries are soon to pay over $2.2B in order to resolve civil and criminal allegations. … Read More.
New findings by Wall Street analysts suggest that about seven million people are qualified for free or cheap healthcare plans. … Read More.
There were two Kenyan winners at the NYC Marathon this year. Geoffrey Mutai, who set a course record at… Read More.
Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak is now in a stable condition after collapsing during the game against the Indianapolis Colts… Read More.
The first awards show by YouTube was livestreamed and kind of interesting. The unscripted show was directed by Spike Jonze… Read More.
Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt responded to the reports about the NSA hacking reams of data from Yahoo and Google. … Read More.
There was a surprise opening act at MIA's latest tour, which began in New York City on Friday. WikiLeaks founder… Read More.