What Happened on 23 September 2014

India's Spacecraft to make history

If India’s Mars Orbiter Mission also referred to as Mangalyaan, is successful in its entry to the Mar’s… Read More.

US begins airstrikes in Syria

The American jets began their strikes today, September 23, against the Islamic State militants in Syria thus, sending a… Read More.

French tourist abducted in Algeria by militant group

As confirmed by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, a French tourist by the name of Herve Gourdel, 55,… Read More.

200,000 people flee the Syrian Kurdish area

As many as 200, 000 people have fled from the Syrian Kurdish city of Kobani, as per media… Read More.

Overseas Tax "Inversion": US Treasury Department announces a Crackdown

Inversion is a practice, which involves the merging of a US firm with a firm in another country… Read More.

Alibaba - declared the world's biggest Initial Public Offering (IPO) in history

Surpassing the global record set at $22.1 billion by the Agricultural Bank of China in 2010, Alibaba officially… Read More.

Indian Aces IPTL team: Rafael Nadal replaced by Roger Federer

In the inaugural International Premier Tennis League, Roger Federer will be replacing Rafael Nadal, media reports claim. Nadal… Read More.

Kingman's racing career comes to an end

Trained by John Gosden and owned by Khalid Abdullah, the three year old horse’s retirement was confirmed on… Read More.

10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 pluses sold

Beating the record by one million sales of the iPhone 5S last year on its opening weekend, the… Read More.

Sony PlayStation TV to be available at stores from October 14

Sony Corp announced that the Sony PlayStation TV will be made available in the United States and Canada… Read More.

TV personality Bruce Jenner and Kris Jenner head for divorce after 23 years of marriage

On Monday, September 22, Kris Jenner filed for divorce, making her separation from Bruce Jenner official. As per… Read More.

The Musical The Lion King makes more money than any other stage shows

Garnering more than $6.2bn in the sale of tickets alone, the musical stage show went on to become… Read More.