Top News Headlines of 07 October 2014


Major Events and Top News Headlines of 07 October 2014:

  • India hits with heavy fire of Pakistan. Pakistan targets Border Security Force posts, villages.
  • A 5,000-year old stepwell has been found in one of the largest Harappan cities in Kutch.
  • Japan-born professors Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura have been awarded with money of 8 million kronor for inventing.
  • Indian government has collected over Rs 8,400 crore from value added tax in the first six months of the current fiscal year.
  • The majestic Diwan-i-Khas inside world heritage site Red Fort is going to sport a new look.
  • Delhi government has announced that it will launch helpline No for MLAs and MPs to file complaint.
  • In Kashmir, Vishal Bharadwaj’s movie ‘Haider’, a committee of displaced Kashmiri Pandits has sought a ban on the film.
  • The Supreme Court has been cancelled  all coal block allocations since 1993.
  • S. Venkateswar has been elected as Chairman & Managing Director of PDIL.
  • Indians and Chinese will be able to travel to Ireland and the UK on a single visa.
  • The Supreme court of United States likely to allow Muslim to grow a half inch beard.
  • The biggest cellular phone manufacturing “Nokia” to suspend ops at Chennai unit next month.
  • IT services firm “Cognizant” buys digital marketing agency of US for $30 million.
  • Steven Smith hit his first ODI hundred against Pakistan in Sharjah on Tuesday.
  • India cricket captain Dhoni presented a memento to P.R. Sreejesh on behalf of KCA.
  • Michael Phelps suspended from all competition for six months following his drink driving arrest.
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Top News Headlines of 07 October 2014
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