What Happened on 19 September 2014
Pakistani officials have said that the newly formed South Asian wing of the al Qaeda infiltrated the country’s navy and… Read More.
Scotland has voted decisively to remain part of the United kingdom in Thursday’s historic referendum on Scottish independence, with the… Read More.
A new study has shown that the world’s population in 2100 may rise to 11 billion, contradicting earlier studies that… Read More.
Petro Poroshenko, Ukraine’s president, has urged the United States government to provide military weapons to his forces to fight Russia,… Read More.
NFL running back Jonathan Dwyer has been arrested for head-butting his wife and breaking her nose, and then punching her… Read More.
The United States has finally named its India envoy. Richard Verma, the new ambassador, will be the first person of… Read More.
Don Charles Spirit, a 51-year-old resident of Bell, Florida, shot and killed his daughter and his six grandchildren before turning… Read More.
Larry Ellison has stepped down as chief executive of Oracle after leading the software giant for 37 years. However, the… Read More.
India and China have signed a dozen deals during President Xi Jinping visit to India, including a pledge by China… Read More.
Li Na, the winner of two Grand Slams from China, has retired from international tennis, citing “chronic” injuries.… Read More.
Software giant Microsoft has culled another 2,100 jobs as part of a plan to trim its workforce by 14% and… Read More.