What Happened on 19 October 2015

India-born Sikh car dealer in Canada backs Stephen Harper

An India-born Sikh car dealer in Canada has backed Canada Prime Minister Stephen Harper in election to… Read More.

Five civilians die in Afghanistan blast

Five civilians were killed and 25 others injured in a bomb blast in Faryab province on Monday,… Read More.

Arab workers banned from Israeli schools

Several Israeli cities have denied access to Arab maintenance workers to schools until the end of the school day, the… Read More.

Kennedy killer's photo authentic: Study

The backyard photo of Lee Harvey Oswald - who assassinated US president John F. Kennedy -… Read More.

Two killed, over 20,000 displaced in Philippines typhoon

Two people were killed, five injured and over 20,000 forced to leave their homes as typhoon Koppu battered the Read More.

Tokyo stocks fall

Tokyo stocks fell 0.55 percent in the morning session on profit-taking, but losses were pared after Chinese gross domestic product… Read More.

Michael Hussey to lead PM's XI against New Zealand

Australian batting great Michael Hussey will make a comeback to the cricket field when he will lead the Prime Minister's… Read More.

Facebook headquarters vandalised in Israel

Facebook headquarters in the Israeli capital of Tel Aviv city was vandalised during protest against the social networking website's failure… Read More.

Huge solar storms dodging detection systems on Earth

The current systems to analyse and predict solar storms may not be able to detect large solar flares, scientists report,… Read More.