What Happened on 31 December 2014

Three more bodies recovered from AirAsia crash site

Even though the bad weather is proving a major obstacle in the search operation of AirAsia Read More.

Greece heads for early polls in 2015; Syriza's prospect of winning increases

Greece is headed for early general elections after the Greek parliament failed to elect a president on 29 December as… Read More.

Italy averts major ship disaster; '700 migrants' on board

A major disaster was averted on Tuesday, 30 December, as Italy took control of a cargo ship carrying '700 migrants'… Read More.

Attempted army coup in Gambia foiled; three plotters killed

An attempted army coup by Gambian soldiers on Tuesday, 30 December was reportedly foiled by the security forces of the… Read More.

Technical support scam: Microsoft files legal suit against Indian company

Microsoft is filing legal suit against all those international fraudsters who are spoiling its Read More.

Infosys reserves $5 million on CSR in US

Infosys Ltd. declared on Tuesday, December 30, to spend an annual outlay… Read More.

New Zealand cricketers extend help to Peshawar massacre survivors

In a humanitarian move that shows worldwide grief and sentiments towards the victims of Peshawar school attack, veteran… Read More.

Gareth Bale to stay with Real Madrid, says Florentino Perez

La Liga club’s President Florentino Perez has said Real Madrid star Gareth Bale will never leave the club, as per… Read More.

Child abuse images generate heavy traffic to hidden sites on Tor network, says study

A study has suggested that huge traffic to hidden sites on Tor network go to those, which provide images of… Read More.

Baygen wind-up radio creator Trevor Baylis made CBE in New Year Honors List

Trevor Baylis, the creator of the Baygen wind-up radio, has got a rare honor. The inventor has been made a… Read More.

Star Wars is the most-anticipated film of 2015

 The new "Star Wars" film tops the lists of most anticipated films of the new year 2015, which… Read More.

New Year Honors for Joan Collins and John Hurt

Celebrated British actors Joan Collins and Sir John Hurt have found their place in New Year's Honors list of the… Read More.