Top News Headlines of 07 December 2014


Major Events and Top News Headlines of 07 December 2014:

  • 64 crorepatis and nine candidates facing criminal charges are among the 138 in fray in 16 constituencies of Jammu and Kashmir which will go to polls in the third phase on December 9.
  • The CMs of Andhra and Telangana on Sunday welcomed the PM’s proposal of a `Team India’ comprising a council of CMs replacing the Plan panel.
  • During the Bhagvad Gita Prerna Utsav on Sunday to celebrate 5151 years of the Bhagvad Gita.
  • India’s communication satellite, GSAT-16, was successfully launched aboard the French Ariane-5 launch vehicle VA221, carrying 48 transponders, early on Sunday.
  • Out of 43 attempts, only 20 Mars mission have been successful till now in India.
  • After decades of demand, denial and heartburn, women students walked into the library once again in AMU’s library on Sunday.
  • A 444.5 kg British man Keith Martin, a fattest man in the world, died from pneumonia following a lengthy battle with his weight.
  • Indian Angel Network (IAN) has set up a 3,600-sqft startup incubator in Mumbai that could be the second largest standalone incubator in the country’s financial capital.
  • According to a BCCI official, the board has taken a note of the issue and has banned the use of India logos in domestic matches.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo netted a record 23rd hat-trick in La Liga and his 200th goal in the Spanish top flight as Real Madrid equalled a Spanish record of 18 consecutive wins in all competitions with a 3-0 win over Celta Vigo on Saturday.
  • Australian swimming great Grant Hackett has confirmed his comeback to the pool after six years and has entered next April’s national trials.
  • In Karnataka, the helpline No “161” for  citizens to governance of  Karnataka launched by President Pranab Mukherjee on December 8, 2014.
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Top News Headlines of 07 December 2014
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