Top News Headlines of 05 December 2014

Major Events and Top News Headlines of 05 December 2014:

  • Prime Minister Narendra P Modi was on Friday named `Asian of the Year’ by a leading Singaporean press group for being focused on India’s development and getting the world `excited’ about the prospects of the country again.
  • Sydney Cricket Ground’s pitch No.7, the 22-yard strip on which Phillip Hughes fell after being fatally struck by a bouncer on head, has been retired.
  • The Centre has approved the third extension for Cabinet secretary Ajit Kumar Seth.
  • The 59th Mahaparinirvan Diwas will celebrate in the nation on death anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar on 6th December 2014.
  • Bollywood Actress Bipasha Basu to playing conjoined twins in her next horror love story Alone directed by Bhushan Patel.
  • Reiterating the promise of 24×7 electricity to all by 2019, Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday.
  • According to investigating agencies and the judiciary, Gujarat records more than 250 paternity test cases annually. Data reveals that 98% of cases confirm suspicions.
  • Government has approved dedicated air support for Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force to help the force take on superior infrastructure capabilities of China on the Sino-Indian border.
  • The “Shaurya Diwas”, celebrated on December 6 here, is likely to be a low-key affair this time with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad.
  • BJP and Shiv Sena are ruling Maharashtra once again after 15 years with the induction of 10 ministers from Shiv Sena in the 35-day old Devendra Fadnavis-led government in Maharashtra.
  • IIT-Bombay recorded the best placement season ever with over 660 offers (including pre-placement offers) made by the end of Friday.
  • The government on Friday refused to relent from its decision to replace German with Sanskrit as third language in Kendriya Vidyalayas but told the Supreme Court that there will be no examination for Sanskrit in the current academic session.
  • The Wonk Ashton Carter nominated as America’s 25th secretary of defence amid seismic changes in the country’s global strategic outlook and in the Pentagon’s internal dynamics and budgeting.
  • Sam Smith will battle the ladies at the Grammys: `Stay With Me’ is nominated for record of the year against hits like `Fancy’, `Shake It Off ‘ and `All About That Bass’.
  • “The government has instructed public sector banks to install those ATM machines which can produce receipts in both Hindi and English languages.
  • The first time Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard has won the US player of the year award.
  • The Indian company has tied up with French off-road vehicles manufacturer Sherco Motorcycles to form the Sherco TVS Rally Factory.
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Top News Headlines of 05 December 2014
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