Top News Headlines of 22 October 2014


Major Events and Top News Headlines of 22 October 2014:

  • Gunshot rang out in Canada’s parliament in Ottawa on Wednesday ahead of Malala event.
  • The Indian government to take call on Rs70,000 crore defence deals.
  • Terry Walsh back as Indian Hockey coach on Wednesday after meeting top sports official.
  • Asia International Boxing Association has provisionally suspended boxer L Sarita Devi for refusing to accept her bronze medal protest at Incheon Asiad.
  • The Delhi State-Level Service Authority is organising “mega-legal literacy drive”on October 28 for all government schools.
  • India has been elected to the UN Human Right Council for the second time running, giving it a place in the global body all the way until 2017.
  • Government Hospital beds to be free of cost for poor people for to make treatment of diseases in West Bengal.
  • Hindus Sindhis, who migrated from Pakistan long after partition, is set to get Indian citizenship with the Union home ministry.
  • The Bombay High Court has agreed a “poor Parsi” earns below Rs90K a Month.
  • Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) general secretary Pravin Darekar resigned from his post on 22th October 2014.
  • A Indian-American Sahil Doshi, student from Pittisburg competed alongside nine other finalists to be declared winner of 2014 Discovery Education 3M Yough Scientist Challenge.
  • Former Washington Post editor Benjamin Bradlee, who guided the daily though its coverage of the Watergate scandal and transformed the newspaper into one of the world’s leading publication had died on 22th October 2014.
  • The government unveild a plan to ensure supply of coal to power plants by making availble at a common price.
  • Home loan provideer HDFC has reported a net profit of Rs 1,358 crore for the quarter ended September 2014.
  • Wipro has invested an additional $8.2million in new Jersey-based Opera solutions for an undisclosed stoke.
  • The IOC Cricket World Cup to start in Australia and New Zealand, the event organisers are set to launch their official ‘Net Bowler’ program at Allan Border Field in Brisbane on Thursday.
  • Croatian boxer Vido Loncar and his coaches have been barred for life by the International Boxing Association for assaulting the referee in a recent contest.
  • The top rank tennis player tweeted Wednesday that he and his wife, Jelene, were celebrating the birth of their first child – a boy named Stephen.
  • Serena williams won just two games Wednesday as she crashed to her heaviest defeat in 16 years.
  • Luiz Adriano scored five goals as Shakhta Donetsk thrashed BATE Borisvo 7-0 in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Read Also:  Top News Headlines of 26 October 2014

Top News Headlines of 22 October 2014
1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (87% score)
Rate This Post

Add a Comment

Get update on your mobile, download our android app free now.Download