Top News Headlines of 22 November 2014


Major Events and Top News Headlines of 22 November 2014:

  • Delhi Metro Rail Corporation’s first train with advertisements was brought into service on the Dwarka Sector 21­Noida City CentreVaishali fo the blue line on Friday.
  • The Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to rename Aurangzeb Road after the ninth Sikh master.
  • Four Indian cities Hyderabad, Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore -are among the largest senders of students who want to wrap up their education with an American degree in STEM -short for science, technology , engineering and maths, according to Brookings report.
  • Pope Francis of Vatican will canonize Blessed Chavara Elias Kuriakose, a Carmelite priest, and Blessed Euphrasia Eluvathingal, a Carmelite nun, as saints.
  • India-US cooperation in the area of technical, vocational education and skills training, National Skill Development Corporation on Saturday signed an agreement with US India Business Council.
  • The German Ambassador to India on Saturday expressed confidence that post the meeting of Indian PM Narendra Modi with the top leadership of Germany that India will find a way to continue offering foreign language courses.
  • The owner of Sonali Tea Estate in Bagrakote, Dooars, was lynched by workers on Saturday evening during negotiations for payment of arrears.
  • The government is likely to roll out its muchtouted National Health Assurance Mission (NAHM) in January and RSBY will be part of NHAM which will be rolled out in phases.
  • Abu Salem, one of the most colourful gangsters in the pantheon of Mumbai underworld is write write his autobiography in English are two jail mates.
  • Bihar has maximum illiterate households, among people aged 7 and above according to Census 2011 report.
  • Fatma Ben Guefreche from Tunisia crowned winner of the fourth annual World Muslimah award in Yogyakrta, Indonesia on Saturday.
  • Satellite images show China is building an island on a reef in the disputed Spratly Islands large enough to accommodate what could be its first offshore airstrip in the South China Sea.
  • Mali has confirmed a new case of Ebola and identified two new suspected cases.
  • India’s men and women elite cycling teams won two gold medals on the second day of the Track Asia Cup 2014 at the Indira Gandhi Stadium Complex Velodrome here Saturday.
  • Ivana Jorovic of Serbia win the $50,000 QNET Open ITF Women’s Circuit at the DLTA Complex here Saturday.
  • Kenya’s Geoffrey Kipsang has an enviable record. Not only is he ranked No.1 in the world in half marathon, but is also the 2014 World Half Marathon champion.
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Top News Headlines of 22 November 2014
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