What Happened on 17 July 2013

India police release sketches of bomb suspect

There has been a suspect regarding the bomb blasts at one of the holiest sites in India. The… Read More.

UK police apologize for using the names of dead children

Britain’s police have apologized for making use of the names of dead children in order to create false… Read More.

Boat with asylum-seekers capsizes off Australia

A boat that had about 150 asylum-seekers capsized off Christmas Island on Tuesday but the Australian navy is… Read More.

Female CFOs serve on Fortune 500 boards

Female chief financial officers still make up only 12 per cent of the positions among Fortune 500 companies. However, a… Read More.

AT&T to allow upgrade once a year

AT&T is soon introducing a new plan that will allow its customers to upgrade their mobile devices once a year.… Read More.

Twitter Web redesign confusing some users

A slight redesign to Twitter's website is making some people believe that the social network is blocking them from posting… Read More.

Serena Williams advances to the second round of Swedish Open

Top-ranked Serena Williams beat Sesil Karatancheva of Kazakhstan on Tuesday. Williams broke Karatancheva’s serve five… Read More.

Nebraska to revoke Dennard's probation

According to online court records, an arraignment on the revocation motion to revoke probation for New England Patriots’… Read More.

Yahoo to revive inactive email IDs

Yahoo is letting people place claims on their email IDs that have become inactive. This opportunity will extend… Read More.

CEO claims to have never used email.

The Commissioner of Major League Basketball said that he has never made use of email and doesn’t intend… Read More.

Chris Brown's probation revoked after an alleged hit-and-run accident

A judge reviewed the details of an alleged hit-and–run incident and decided to revoke Chris Brown’s probation.… Read More.

Michael Jackson could have earned $1bn on tour

Experts reported that Michael Jackson could have made $1.1 billion or more if he had performed a tour… Read More.