The year 2014 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 2014 such as: born famous people, death of famous people, war treaty, independence of a country, invention of new technology, change of power, important national and international day etc., knowing which your general Knowledge will increase.

Important Historical Events of the Year 2014 in World ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
13 MayAn explosion in a Turkish mine and fire killed 238 mine workers.
16 MayThe Bharatiya Janata Party got an absolute majority in the 16th Lok Sabha election. The Bharatiya Janata Party emerged as the single largest party with 282 seats in the 16th Lok Sabha election.
24 MayFormer Prime Minister of Thailand Yingluck Shinawatra was arrested after a military coup.
01 JuneIn Nigeria, 40 people lost their lives in a football ground blast.
08 JuneRussian tennis player Maria Sharapova won the French Open title by defeating Simena Halep.
25 JuneLuis Suarez was accused of biting the player of the opposition team during the FIFA 2014 World Cup.
08 JulyMiroslav Klose of the Germany football team set a world record of 16 goals at the World Cup.
14 JulyThe Church of England also voted in favor of making women bishops.
17 JulyThe crash of Malaysia Airlines plane-17 killed 283 passengers and 15 crew members.
22 JulyA report called the 9/11 attack a failure of government institutions.
23 July44 people were killed and 222 injured when a Trans Asia Airways plane crashed in Taiwan.
31 JulyAccording to the World Health Organization, more than 57 people died of Ebola in West Africa.
05 SeptemberAccording to an estimate by the World Health Organization (WHO), 1900 out of 3,500 people infected with the Ebella virus died in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal and Sierra Leone.
16 SeptemberThe Islamic State waged war against Syrian Kurdish fighters.
19 SeptemberApple iPhone 6 started selling.
24 SeptemberISRO's satellite Mangalyaan successfully entered the orbit of Mars.
06 OctoberAmerican actress Marion Seldus passed away.
12 OctoberSocial activist Evo Morales was elected as the President of Bolivia for the third consecutive time.
09 NovemberAfrica's top business leaders set up an emergency fund to deal with Ebola.
11 November58 people died in a bus accident in Pakistan's Sakhar province.
25 NovemberSitara Devi, the famous dancer of Kathak passed away.
27 NovemberAustralia's 25-year-old batsman Phillip Hughes was injured in a home match due to a bouncer ball under the helmet. He could not be saved despite surgery.
21 AugustIsraeli airstrikes in Rafah killed three top Hamas commanders.
24 AugustHollywood veteran actor Sir Richard Attenbarra passed away.
30 AugustPrime Minister Tom Thabane of the South African country of Lesotho fled to South Africa following alleged coup attempts by the military.
16 DecemberA Tehreek-e-Taliban attack in a school in Peshawar in Pakistan killed 145 people, mostly school children.
17 DecemberAmerica and Cuba restored diplomatic relations again after 55 years.
31 DecemberAt least 36 people were killed and 49 others were injured in a stampede on New Year's Eve in China's Shanghai city.
04 JanuaryIn Goa, 14 people were killed when a three-storey building collapsed.
22 JanuaryThe presence of water vapor on the small planet Cerage was detected.
26 JanuaryIn Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 21 people died due to the sinking of a tourist boat.
08 FebruaryA fire in a hotel in Medina city of Saudi Arabia killed 15 people and injured 130 people.
13 FebruaryAn explosion in an illegal gambling house in the city of Cali, China, killed 14 people and injured 17 people.
17 FebruarySomaya Jibarti of Saudi Arabia became the first woman Chief Editor of the country. He was made the editor in chief of the 'Saudi Gazette' newspaper.
18 FebruaryClashes between police and protesters in Ukraine's capital Kiev killed at least 76 people and injured hundreds.
23 FebruaryThe 22nd Winter Olympic Games ended in Sochi, Russia.
01 MarchA group of terrorists attacked and stabbed 29 people to death at a Kunming railway station in China. The UK received permission to open a trade center in Madras.
02 MarchAfter Russian approval from Russia, President Vladimir Putin decided to send troops to Ukraine.
16 MarchThe people of Crimea voted in favor of leaving Ukraine and joining Russia.
20 MarchThe journalist, writer and historian Khushwant Singh, who is known for his impeccable comment, died.
23 MarchThe US and the European Union imposed sanctions on Russia.
26 MarchTavi Roivas became the Prime Minister of Estonia.
17 AprilFamous Colombian novelist Grabiel Marquez passed away.
18 April12 Nepal climbers killed in avalanche at Mount Everest.
23 AprilA horrific train accident in the Democratic Republic of Congo killed 60 people and injured more than 80 people.
07 JanuarySheikh Hasina won the general election in Bangladesh.
04 FebruarySatya Nadella was named CEO of Microsoft in Steve Ballmer.
29 MarchAndrzej Kiska was elected President of Slovakia.
10 AprilIn Syria, Aleppo 88 civil war planes were killed by bombs.
04 MayJuan Carlos Varela was elected President of Panama.
07 JuneMaria Sharapova won the French Open women's tennis.
01 JulyMartin Schulz was re-elected President of the European Parliament.
04 AugustAgreed to a ceasefire for Hamas and Israel for 72 hours.
15 SeptemberEva Kopacz became Prime Minister of Poland.
12 OctoberEvo Morales was again elected President of Bolivia.
02 NovemberA suicide bombing in Lahore, Pakistan, killed 60 people and injured 110 people.
13 DecemberTwo US soldiers were killed in a Taliban bombing of a NATO convoy in Kabul.
01 JanuaryBill Clinton, the former president of USA Swears in the New York 109th mayor. Bill de Blasio was the city's first democratic mayor since 1993.
02 JanuaryThe former Israel Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon has been is coma since 2006. He is in critical condition following a renal failure.
03 JanuaryThe Bloomberg Billionaires Index has released that there has been a increase of the net worth of the 300 richest people in the world has $524 billion.
05 JanuaryISRO launches the Geosynchronous satellite launch Vehicle (GSLV-PS). It has been placed 1982 kg. GSAT-14 communication satellite into orbit in 17 min.
06 JanuaryJenet Yellen becomes the chairman of the US Federal Reserve. She is the first woman to hold the post of chairman.
08 JanuaryThe nominations of 67th British Academy Film Awards are announced. Sandra Bullock is nominated for the best actress for her film Gravity. This is directed by Alfonso Cuaron.
11 JanuaryU.S NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden and John Holdren, White House Science Advisor, announce that president Obama's administration approved extending the use of the International Space Station through 2024.
11 JanuaryThe Israelis former prince minister, dies at the age of 85 after eight years in comma following a stroke in 2006.
12 January‘12 years a Slave' was awarded as the best motion picture at the 71st Golden Globe Award. American Hustle also received the ‘Best Motion Picture- Musical or Comedy award' with actress Amy Adams.
13 JanuaryEarthquake of 6.5 magnitude hit the coast of Puerto Rico killing a number of people.
13 JanuaryIn the west Virginia, methylcyclohexane methanol, a chemical industry releases its chemicals in water due to which 10 people were hospitalized.
15 JanuaryThere is a prediction of the World Bank global forest that there is an increase in growth to 3.2 percent from 2.4 percent in 2013.
17 JanuaryThe discovery of a bone took place in Winchester 1999. It is believed that this bone may belong to the famous King Alfred the great or his son Edward the elder who was very famous in history.
17 JanuaryThe former Spy Contractor raised his voice for N.S.A. disclosure. So the president of America Barack Obama has announced to reform the phone Surveillance.
18 JanuaryLewis Clarke of Bristol has a cheered a new world record in the united state and become the youngest 16 year old person to trek the North Pole.
19 JanuaryAna Ivanovic, the Serbian Tennis player and 2008 French Open Champion beats Serena Williams during the fourth round of the 2014 Australian Open.
20 JanuaryThe social security numbers and credit card details were stolen in South Korea by an IT contractor.
21 JanuaryVenezuelan president Nicolas Maduro announces plans to raise the price of gas to 17 percent from 6 percent.
22 JanuaryEuropean Space Agency researchers have detected water vapour on the minor planet Ceres. It is the largest asteroid and the only dwarf planet in the inner Solar System.
24 JanuaryThe U.S postal service has taken initiative to increase the rate in postage. This has been approved in last December and the piece of first class postage is increased from 46 percent to 49 percent.
25 JanuaryNational 9/11 Memorial officials have announced that the 9/11 Museum will be opened Mid May - in memory of the victims of the terrorists attack.
26 JanuaryStanislas Wawrinka won his first Grand Slam title. He beat Rafael Nadal in 2014 Australian Open Final.
27 JanuaryThe U.S. postal service has taken initiative to increase the rate in postage. This has been approved in last December and the price of first class postage is increased from 46 cents to 49 cents.
28 JanuaryThe company Apple releases the earning of the fourth quarter of 2013 and this year it has faced a deficit in it's around because of the decrease of its stock price by 8% as they sold 51 million iPhones, falling short of analyst expectations that they would sell 55 million iPhones.
30 JanuaryThe explorer of seas Royal Caribbean cruise liner returned to port after 700 of its 3050 passengers became ill with gas gastroenteritis, the liner was suspected to be the Novo virus, a variant strain of the species Norwalk virus.
01 FebruaryU.S state department completed a long delayed review of the Keystone XI Pipeline and they concluded that the Pipeline would not increase green house gas emission.
01 FebruaryBan Ki Moon, United Nations secretary general appoints former Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg as a UN special envoy for citied and climate changes.
02 FebruaryThe Super bowl took place at Met life Stadium in east Rutherford at New Jersey, The sea hawks beat the devour broncos by 43-8 runs which was a historic win for the sea hawks ,who haven’t won a major championship in last 30 years.
03 FebruaryThe 2011 abortion rate was reported to be the lowest in the last 30 years. The rate of 16.9.abortionsper thousand women of child bearing age was 19.4 per thousand in 1981.
04 FebruaryGoogle and Microsoft reported that the National Security Agency ordered them to provide information on 10,000 accounts over a six months period in 2012 and 2013. And Yahoo reported that they complied with government request for information on more than 40,000 accounts.
05 FebruaryMario Cuomo, the Governor of New York has planned to announce executive action to loosen Marijuana laws. It also allowed the use of the drugs for medical purposes.
06 FebruarySteven Segal, a well known action movie star who is of 61 years old considered a run of Arizona governor.
07 FebruaryJay leno, entertainer and host of “The Tonight show”, was replaced with Jimmy Fallon after when he resigns from his jobs after 22 years of hosting thin show.
08 FebruaryThe US congress spent $ 4.5 billion for additional missile defence over for the next five years and these funds had partially paid for new radar in Alaska indicating safety concerns regarding missiles from Iran and North Korea.
09 FebruaryThe country Switzerland gave votes to put forward a quota about the number of immigrants that comes to the country from the European Union and about 50 .4 % of the votes agreed to approve the measure.
10 FebruaryYemeni President Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi and along with some representatives from the country’s man portal parties agreed to transport Yemen into a country of six-region federation as a part of palatal transition.
12 FebruaryAfter twenty eight years Philippine dictator Ferdinand Macos was ousted because the Philippine government recons $29 million from Swiss accounts by bringing the secret accounts of Macros that were recovered then handed $712 million to the government.
13 FebruaryVenezuelan President, Nicolas Madura arrested more anti-government protestors holding about 19 people suspected of attempting to undermine him.
14 FebruaryThe Italy’s Prime Minister, Enrico Letta resigned by following the friction within his own Democratic party.
15 FebruaryThe Lebanon’s Prime Minister, Taman Salam declares that he has been able to form a new Cabinet by breaking the 10 month impasse between Hezbollah and Sunni rival parties he also intended to hold presidential elections on time.
16 FebruaryEleven illegal gold miners were rescued from a collapsed shaft and the remaining men were refused to surface upon learning that the rescued men have been immediately arrested. Over 200 miners were still remained in the shaft.
17 FebruaryJimmy Fallon officially replaces Jay Leno in his first broadcast as host of 'The Tonight Show’.
17 FebruaryThe American ice dousing power called Charlie White and Meryl draws won the Olympic gold medal which was th
18 FebruaryThe famous soft-drink company ‘Coca- Cola’ announced that it would plan to reduce its cost by 1 million dollar over the next few years, so that it can counteract its slowing demand.
19 FebruaryThe social media company FaceBook announces that it will purchase WhatsApp for 19 billion dollar as it is in increasing move presence. Also, younger users seem to prefer communicating with mobile apps, which allow them to avoid cell phone testing charges.
20 FebruaryGermany’s design company Art+ Com saved said Google on February 20. It claimed that Internet Company infringed on its patented spatial mapping technology by incorporating its features into Google Earth.
21 FebruaryPresident Obama meets with Dalai Lama for the third time even though it was protested from china that this meeting could threaten diplomatic relations.
22 FebruaryMatteo Renzi a 39 year old Former Florentine has been inaugurated as Prime Minister of Italy.
23 FebruaryThe Sochi Winter Olympics ends; on this last day of the competitions, Canada beats Sweden in men's hockey, keeping Canada as the reigning gold winner in two consecutive Winter Games.
23 FebruaryDale Earnhardt, Jr. wins his second Daytona 500 race, 10 years after his first win, in a race postponed for hours by heavy rain.
24 February29-term U.S. Rep. John Dingell announces that he will retire at the end of his current term; the 87-year-old congressman says that his health is fine, but the hostile climate in Congress means that he can no longer do his job effectively.
24 FebruaryResearchers report that taking acetaminophen during pregnancy can increase the risk of ADHD diagnoses as the babies mature; taking acetaminophen in the first trimester has the lowest risk at 9%, but there is a 63% likelihood of the condition in babies if the drug is taken in the last two trimesters.
25 FebruaryThe government of Brazil planned to cut its spending by almost $19 billion this year. It is na effort to reduce the country’s debts and inflation growth. Economists have revised current year GDP and next years growth forecast in recent weeks.
26 FebruaryAfter the mass Vandalism incident earlier this month that destroyed hundreds of library system existing copies, over 300 books related to Anne Frank are donated to Tokyo libraries by the embassy of Israel. Police was still investing about it.
27 FebruaryThe US food and drug administration in proposions to revise food labels by providing realistic serving series, emphasises calorie and sugar amounts, and breaking down fats and listing into good and bad fats.
02 MarchEllen DeGeneres hosted the 86th Academy Awards. The most awards are won by 'Gravity,' '12 Years a Slave,' and 'Dallas Buyers Club'. Since the year 2000 the broadcast received the highest views of any Oscar ceremony.
03 MarchForbes' annual ranking on the richest person in the world named Bill Gates is the world's richest person in the world. He is with a total net worth of $76 billion. He outranked last year's wealthiest person, Carlos Slim, by $4billion.
04 MarchPresident Obama presented his 2015 budget to Congress. He announced that it is a roadmap for creating jobs with good wages and expanding opportunity for all Americans.
05 MarchAndrus Ansip resigned from Prime Minister of Estonia. He presided over the entry of Estonia into the Eurozone. He has served the longest date among the prime minister of the European Union.
05 MarchThe US Supreme Court rules the whistleblower protection under the Sarbanes-Oxely Act to be extended to private employees working for public companies under contract.
06 MarchPrince Harry initiated, The Invictus Games, which will become the games only for those wounded members in the military.
07 MarchA study has announced today that high levels of vitamin D in the blood may increase the probability of the survival for breast cancer patients and hence gave a hope to the people for the survival.
08 March1,29,000 jobs have been added in January in the payrolls of U.S.A and 1,75,000 jobs added in February, being a difficult winter weather.
08 MarchInternational Women’s Day has been celebrated by the UNO. The theme of the celebration is ‘Equality for Women is progress for all’.
08 MarchMalaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared en route from KualaLumpur to Beijing, prompting the most expensive search in aviationhistory.
09 MarchNCAA basketball team named ‘Wichita State shockers’ wins the Missouri Valley Conference Championship undefeated.
10 MarchAs the Irish fruit company Fyffes merges with US company Chiquita, the world’s greatest banana company is created. The new company, Chuquita Fyffes, will trade on the New York Stock Exchange.
11 MarchFor the treatment of migraine headaches, the US Food and Drug Administration approve an electric nerve stimulating device.
12 MarchChina released satellite images of debris which is possibly linked to the disappearance of a Malaysian Airlines Flight on 8th March.
12 MarchUS President Barack Obama met the acting Prime Minister of Ukraine, Yatsenyuk and vows to stand with Ukraine its conflict with Russia.
13 MarchThe European Central Bank announces its readiness to ensure that interest rates will remain steady or decrease as inflation rises.
13 MarchThe government of U.K has announced that it will put 11 million pounds into the funding of the square kilometre Array project, a radio telescope that will collect massive amounts of data from space, requiring immense computing resources.
14 MarchThe U.S plans to let its contract with ICANN expire next year; this would end U.S authority over the internet.
15 MarchThe Chip Ganassi racing team won the 12 hrs of Sabring with individual victories for Marino Franchitti, Memo Rajas and Scott Pructt.
16 MarchCrimean Voters supported seceding from Uharaine. They are also joining Russia in a referendum deemed illegal by E.U. and supported by US.
16 MarchApproximately 40 miles northwest of Iquique, Chili is heat by an earthquake. It measures 6.7 on the Richter scale.
17 MarchUSA President Obama promised that the country will not take any military action against Ukraine due to Russia’s annexation of Crimea.
18 MarchPresident Obama awarded 24 medals to veterans, originally overlooked due to ethnic or racial bias.
19 MarchDong Nguyen, the creator of the Flappy Bird app, announced that he would be revamping the app in the future. He removed the app in February, feeling that it was too addictive.
20 MarchKotoshu, the famous sumo wrestler from Bulgaria, has announced his retirement. He won the Emperor's Cup in 2008 and achieved the second highest rank of ozeki during his career.
21 MarchThe legendary Exxon Mobil, after a long time, takes the initiative among energy companies to disclose its plans to tackle climate change in response to a 2013 shareholder resolution. This initiative of the company's step can set a standard for other energy companies.
22 MarchThe Brazilian government is auctioning off part of the country's television bandwidth spectrum to mobile phone companies, providing much-needed capacity to meet wireless demand.
23 MarchFrench satellite images have confirmed the Chinese detection of possible debris from the missing Malaysian Aircraft 370. It was banished on its demand that I was over the sea. This happened on 8 March.
24 MarchDisney has announced that it will purchase Maker Studios for $500 million with an additional payment of $450 million if it can meet certain performance goals. Disney may expand marketing outlets to media tropes that sell online video.
25 MarchUS Girl Scout Katie Francis broke the record for selling cookies for the organization's annual fundraiser by selling 18,107 boxes in seven weeks.
25 MarchGwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have announced their divorce after 11 years of marriage. The announcement was titled 'Conscious Uncoupling' on Paltrow's website.
26 MarchBeijing issues air pollution warnings that specifically limit outdoor activity as the concentration (PM 2.5) measures 309 times 12 times the World Health Organization standard.
26 MarchA second dwarf planet has been discovered between the Oort Cloud and the Kuiper Belt, a region previously thought to be no man's land. The planet 2012 VP-113, about 280 miles across by 600 miles across Sedna, was previously discovered in 2003.
27 MarchPresident Obama went to the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis. During their meeting, he pays his respects to Pope Francis. He said he is the "greater administrator" of the new pope.
27 MarchDoctors successfully replaced a 3D-printed skull with a real skull. Doctors in the Dutch city of Utrecht announced that a 3D-printed plastic skull was successfully used to replace part of a woman's real skull three months earlier in an operation.
28 MarchAn earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale hits Southern California; The quake was about 22 miles southeast of Los Angeles near La Habra.
29 MarchAfrican Story won the Dubai Cup at 12–1 odds, pipping Mukhtaram at 14–1 odds; Both horses are owned by members of the Al Maktoum family from Dubai.
30 MarchSlovakia sets a new precedent by electing Lady Kiska, a millionaire, as president; Mr. Kiska
30 MarchFrozen, which was an Oscar-winning film, beat Toy Story 3 over the weekend to become the highest-grossing animated film in history.
31 MarchOrder to stop all whaling activities in Antarctic U.N. Accepts according to the order given by the International Court of Justice. Japanese whales are held for business purposes, not for scientific research.
01 AprilNen Earthquake hurt 58 miles of North East of Ekvik on Richar scale at about 8.2 in Cile Measurement.
02 AprilThe US National Security Agency confirmed that it was using a legal flaw to find phone calls and emails of Americans without a warrant.
03 AprilDavid Letterman announced that he would retire from 'late show' in 2015.
03 AprilFilipino billionaire Henry Sea-owned mall-building company is set to accelerate the development of the mall in China.
05 AprilOscar winner Lupita Nyong O, a winner for the best supporting actress in 12 years, joined Laonsam as her new brand ambassador in 2014.
06 AprilStar American actor Mickey Roney died at the age of 93. In 2014, he died due to some natural reasons.
06 AprilNigeria rejects its GDP calculation, making its economy the largest in Africa on the basis of total GDP, although South Africa needs per capita GDP basis.
07 AprilMitchell de Higins as the head of the state, U.K. During his visit, he asked Queen Elizabeth 2 to travel to Ireland.
08 AprilMicrosoft ended its support for its famous OS Window OS. The system as released in 2001.
10 AprilElon Musk Tesla Motors, Head of Inc., announced that the company would start selling its luxury electric cars in China in the month of April.
11 AprilPapua New Guinea is shaken by the 7.1-Taresa earthquake, which has been recorded on the 6.1 Richter scale; There were flakes from the island of Buxville.
11 AprilBudget director Silvia Mathews Barvell has been nominated to convert Cathleen Sebellius as US Health Secretary and Secretary of Human Services.
12 AprilResearchers announced a newly -fed -administered drug that could cure hepatitis C; In the tests, 90 percent of patients were declared free from virus after 12 weeks.
12 AprilLarry Ellison of Oracle Corporation has been given the status of American executive status to receive the highest salary for the second consecutive year; Alison's 2013 compensation is $ 78.4 million, which is more than $ 34.3 million of Robert Disney Corp of Robert Igar.
13 AprilBubba Vaston, American golfer, won the master tournament for the second consecutive time in 2014.
15 AprilGoogle publicly provides Google Glass at $ 1,500 Apple in online sale of a day for the first time.
16 AprilAround 174 students were rescued from a South Korean boat which was located away from the coast. The boat was carrying 476 people. Rescue operations were implemented as soon as the accident was reported.
16 AprilThe South Korean boat MV Civol Dongemochao is located at a distance of 1.5 km (0.93 mi) of Jindo County, with 476 ships, with 172 people left.
17 AprilStem cells were successfully made from adult human cells. The first stem cell lines were taken from embryos and infants.
18 AprilA 7.2 magnitude earthquake occurred in Mexico, about 80 miles north-west of Akapulco. Only a minor damage was stated.
23 AprilFacebook announced the first profit of the $ 642 million lead to increase a factor of 3 in the first quarter profit.
27 AprilJohn XXII John Paul II's Pope Francis was prescribed. For the first time, two former pope were elected by the Catholic Church at the same ceremony.
27 AprilThe engagement of George Clooney and British Attorney Amal Alamuddin was reported.
28 AprilMicrosoft identifies a safety issue in the Internet Explorer that may allow hackers to take control of individual computers using a browser; The blame affects 6 to 11 versions of the software.
28 AprilDubai International Airport defeated London Heathro Airport as the world's busiest international airport in the first quarter of this year; Dubai Airport is expected to maintain this situation after the completion of a series of expansion projects.
28 AprilFacebook announced the first quarter profits of $ 642 million, a factor of more than 3 profits in the first quarter in 2013, resulting in an earning of 17 cents per share per share by Wall Street.
29 AprilA partial solar eclipse seems to be seen only from some areas of Australia and Antarctica; The Kundalakar eclipse was formed as the moon blocked the center of the Sun, leaving a ring of solar rays.
29 AprilThe 'Star Wars' series to be held in 2015 has been announced for the next film for the next film; The artists include some original artists as well as new artists of the franchise.
04 MayJuan Carlos Varela Rodriguez won the Presidential election of Panama with 39% of the votes against the ruling party on 4 May 2014. He also served the country from 2009 to 2014 as the Vice President and from 2009 to 2011 as Foreign Minister.
21 MayThe National September 11 Museum opened to the public on 21 May 2014, commemorating the 9/11 attacks by the terrorist group Al-Qaeda in 2001.
03 JuneHashim Amla became the first non-white captain of the South African national cricket team. Hashim Mohammad Amla (born 31 March 1983) is a South African cricketer. Right-handed batsman and sometimes medium-speed bowler, Amla, bat at number three in Test matches for South Africa and open for him in one-day international matches.
04 JuneMaster stylist John Banville won this year's Prince of Esturius Award for Literature announced at Oviado, Spain.
19 JuneThe prince of Felip VI, Asturius, assumed the Spanish throne after the kidnapping of his father Juan Carlos I.
13 JulyThe second cargo rocket for the International Space Station has been launched by Orbital Sciences Corp. Orbital and competitive space X have been contract for space supply distribution.
13 JulyUnited States President Barack Obama's call from political opponents for impeachment of U.S. The judiciary committee of the house rejected as it had no basis for impeachment.
14 JulyHamas has rejected the brokerage by Egypt and the peace agreement accepted by Israel. Israel has also warned that rejection may result in military action to prevent rocket attacks from Palestinian terrorists.
14 JulySamsung temporarily suspended Dongguan Shinang Electronics Company with the supplier has temporarily suspended by Samsung. Allegations of child labor have been raised. Now Samsung is doing an investigation.
15 JulyApple and IBM have joined the army to develop apps for business users. The recent agreement will get a more part of the trade market. This will complete a mobile workforce. IBM will benefit from software incorporation on cloud computing policy.
15 JulyMohammad Zakari, a leader of the Islamic terrorist group of Boko Haram, was arrested by the Nigerian police. Boko Haram is worried about hundreds of deaths and kidnappings. Zakari has recently been accused of killing seven people.
16 JulyTime Warner, Inc. A proposed merger deal can be offered $ 75 billion by Twenty-First Century Fox that will form the world's largest media company; Time Warner rejected a preceding proposal of Fox
16 JulyThe US combines new sanctions against Russia, preventing some Russian international businesses from reaching the US capital market; This step expands the previous restrictions that target specific individuals and their companies
17 JulyMicrosoft has announced that it will participate about 14% of its employees, which would match around 18,000 employees; Several recent deductions are expected to come from Nokia
17 JulyMalaysian Airlines flight MH17 collides with missiles while flying over Eastern Ukraine, location of a heavy fight by pro -Russian separatists; The origin of the missile is not yet known; All 298 people aboard the aircraft were killed in the attack.
18 JulyForbes media controlled by Forbes Media, selling a majority interest in business for integrated whale media investment located in Hong Kong; The deal is expected to provide more international performances to Forbes.
18 JulyAmazon announced its new Kindle Unlimited Program, a membership service that provides lending rights for a large selection of books for monthly fee; The service is comparing the movie Rental company Netflix.
19 JulyRussia retaliated against US sanctions by giving visas to 13 Americans to some Americans.
19 JulyTobacco company R. J. Reynolds will have to pay more than $ 23 billion in the resolution of the case filed by a widow of a person who died of lung cancer at the age of 36; The suit accused the company of hiding the nature of health risks and cigarette habits.
20 July25 -year -old Rory McLoy won the British Open, making his third championship history with victory.
20 JulyThe American said evidence suggests that the Malaysian Airlines flight was fired in the Russia -made missile in MH17; All 298 people aboard the missile attack died.
21 JulyIn an attempt to address the flood of inconclusive immigrants crossing the border of Texas, the Governor Rick Perry sends 1,000 National Guard to provide border security to soldiers.
21 JulyMany American food chains in China leave the meat supplier Shanghai Hussie, according to the report that the company has eliminated the deadline for meat and uneven processing conditions; Companies include McDonald's, Taco Bell, Burger King and Starbucks.
22 JulyApple Inc. Has estimated the greater demand of its new iPhone6 ​​models compared to the iPhone 5S and 5C; In response to consumer demand, the new phone will have a large screen.
22 JulyA case of bubonic plague in Gansu's Chinese province indicates quarantine in some parts of the city of the city; While outbreaks are rare, the disease can be contract with wild rodents coming into contact with flea.
23 JulyThe US Federal Aviation Administration ended the ban on Israeli's air travel, after concluding that Israel would be able to protect the aircraft from risk during a conflict with Hamas.
23 JulyThe two appeal courts create an illusion as the Obamakare issuing conflicting rules about the validity of subsidies offered through the insurance exchanges run by the federal vs. state; The ruling US Supreme Court is expected to be passed.
24 JulyUkraine's Prime Minister, Arseni Yatseniyuk, resigned in disappointment on the inaction of Parliament to address energy needs and military funds.
24 JulyAmazon Inc. reports loss of $ 126 million for the second quarter, its second biggest loss on records; The company is investing in new services to attract and maintain more customers.
25 JulyThe Malaysian Airlines flight MH17's missile strike is going to the Dutch and Australian Police in search of evidence in Eastern Ukraine; The separatists have been accused of tampering with evidence and obstructing the investigation.
25 JulyBose has filed a lawsuit against Beats Electronics for violation of various patents related to noisy technology.
26 JulyUS President Barack Obama met with Central American leaders, seeking help in the efforts of immigrants to curb the flood children; Obama said that children with no appropriate documents would be sent back to their country.
26 JulyThe 29 -year -old Italian cyclist Vinsencezo Nibali Tour de Wins France, becomes the first winner from Italy in 16 years; The win makes Nibali one of the six cycle drivers who won the Grand Tours of Italy, Spain and France.
27 JulyReal Estate website Zillow will buy its rival Trulia in stock of $ 3.5 billion. The company will control the market for online discoveries of real estate.
27 JulyThe discount store dollar tree will buy its rival family dollars. Will buy it for $ 8.5 billion. It is expected that the Sammelit company is expected to make income according to the Challenger Dollar General.
28 JulyRussia has imposed additional sanctions by the US and the European Union. It focuses on the boundaries related to the country's marshal, power and economic sectors.
28 JulyUS officials complained that Russia insulted the intermediate-range nuclear forces. This violation was done by Russia by testing a type of cruise missile. Russian officials raised their voice against the charge.
29 JulyDr. Sheikh Omar Khan, the lead doctor of Sierra Leone, who was fighting the Ebola virus, died. He died after suffering from the disease.
29 JulyThe NCAA has set up a lawsuit regarding reconciliation. It has paid $ 70 million to review the head injuries for the current and previous players of the college. Finance does not cover treatment, forcing the injured players to take legal action on their colleges to damage.
30 JulyThe US Congress votes to take legal action against the Obama administration. It has claimed that the President ended his power late on a condition of Obama Care Act without searching for necessary Congress consent.
30 JulyThe borrowing unit will pay $ 1.3 billion in the Citizen's case on fraud by nationwide financial. It ran the name of a scheme 'Hustle '. It has taken a large number of unconfirmed hostage during 2007–2008.
31 JulyFamous tennis champion Serena Williams defeated Karolina Pliskova in her first game. He left the Wimbledon Games on July 1, due to the disease, Williams would also undergo future medical tests to confirm that the disease was caused by a virus.
31 JulyAerial attacks against Islamic State militants have been authorized by US President Barack Obama. The authority is given for the circumstances in which the army is seen threatening American personnel. Along with the Syrian border, food drops were given to those citizens who are trapped in violence.
01 AugustLiberia and Sierra Leone announced emergency status to send soldiers in response to the disease of the Ebola virus and to close schools and markets and to calm the affected communities.
03 AugustA genetic adaptation among Greenlanders that significantly increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, discovered by Danish scientists.
04 AugustAccording to The World Health Organization, the death toll from the Ebola virus crisis can be up to 887.
05 AugustThe Russian Consumer Protection Agency, Rospotrebnadzor, Kentaki Gentleman adds to the growing list of banned imports, saying that this borbon whiskey includes 'additives ' which central and peripheral nervous system, endocrine mechanisms, as well as functional and biological changes Can cause causes. As cancer and problems with infertility in men and women. ,
06 AugustAn American electronics enterprise and Samsung Electronics, Apple Inc., a Korean company Samsung Electronics has decided to settle its patent suit outside the United States.
06 AugustThe World Health Organization has announced that 932 died of a recent explosion of the Ebola virus with a person who was allegedly dying of disease in Jeddah, Saudi after Sierra Leone's business visit.
12 AugustArtur Avila, Manjulbhargava, Martin Hair, and Maryam Mirzakhani are presented with fields medals. Mirzakhani became the first woman and first Iranian fields medalist
16 AugustGovernor J Nixon announced an emergency and curfew status in Ferguson city of Missouri due to the earlier riots night.
17 AugustPickers Liberians rob a Ebola quarantine center in the capital Monroovia, which flee 17 patients, and the theft of hemorrhagic beds and medical equipment.
28 AugustThe Philippines' economy grows at a rate of 6.4% in 2013, so in 2013 after showing signs of improvement due to typhoon haiyan.
29 AugustEbola spreads in Senegal when a 21 -year -old man becomes the first reported case due to the recent contact with Giney's victims.
01 SeptemberIn Pakistan, protesters temporarily captured the State TV station and closed it, demanding the resignation of PM Nawaz Sharif. Soldiers and paramilitary forces later got back control and started operations again.
03 SeptemberThe pharmaceutical chain CVS Pharmacy announced that it would turn its name into 'CVS Health' and stop marketing tobacco products.
04 SeptemberAccording to WHO, the death toll in Ebola, west of Africa, is more than 1,900.
05 SeptemberThe death of Mokatar Ali Zubair, head of the terrorist organization Al-Shabab, has been confirmed in the air strike on 1 September.
07 SeptemberAsteroid 2014 RC comes close to Earth on 0.1 Lunar Distance.
08 SeptemberIt has been reported that about one thousand children have been affected in many states of America and are suffering from respiratory infections.
09 SeptemberSix people have been detained for the trade of adulterated Lord products in Taiwan, including kitchen oil and leather manufacturing oils for restaurants, manufacturers and food suppliers.
10 SeptemberBarack Obama approved a $ 25 million for the Military Assistance provided to the Iraqi government and Kurdistan Regional Government.
11 SeptemberSouth African athletes Oscar Pistorius is found innocent and is not guilty of killing his girlfriend Rewa Steincamp. However, he can be convicted of low charge.
15 SeptemberMicrosoft agreed to buy Minecraft manufacturer Mojang for US $ 2.5 billion.
16 SeptemberRussian tycoon and billionaire Vladimir Vaytushenkov is kept
18 SeptemberUltra compact dwarf galaxy M60-un-un-un-un-un-un-un-known galaxy consists of a super huge black hole at its center.
20 SeptemberAfter an operation implemented by the Turkish government after a June kidnapping in Mosul, Iraq, 49 hostages of the Islamic State have been freed and have returned to Turkey. Turkish President Recep Taip Erdogan will not give information about his works in this rescue operation.
21 SeptemberNASA is examining Mars to enter the orbit of NASA's Mars. It took 10 months to complete this journey. The probe will collect data on the upper Martian environment for one year will help answer possible questions about climate change on the planet.
22 SeptemberThe protesters block Wall Street as they demand action on climate change that is a UN climate change platform that is going to happen tomorrow.
23 SeptemberThe United States and its associates started air strikes to report at least 120 deaths against the Islamic State in Syria.
26 SeptemberAs the Ebola epidemic spreads, the World Health Organization (WHO) has requested the Ebola vaccine dose from the glaxosomithkline (Glaxo); The company offered the vaccine to WHO in March, but the proposal was rejected as the human tests of the vaccine were not yet done.
27 SeptemberThe United Nations Human Rights Council votes in favor of LGBT rights.
29 SeptemberEBay Ink announced that it would divide its paypal unit into a separate company. This increases the possibility of purchasing a paple by mobile payment operators such as Google.
30 SeptemberThe first case of the Ebola virus found in the US is being treated in the American city of Dallas, Texas.
01 OctoberThe Mexican government mainly arrests Hector Beltran Leva, head of a family -run crime group involved in drug smuggling.
02 OctoberSome people in the United States have long banned Vietnam on harmful weapon sales to help it help in marine security. It is a historical step that has come 40 years after the end of the Vietnam war.
03 OctoberPalestine will be formally accepted by the new Sweden government as a sovereign state. However, this belief was supported by the UN Mahasabha two years ago.
04 OctoberThomas Eric Duncan was the first patient to be hospitalized for Ebola in the US. 10 people who were in close contact with them are separated.
05 OctoberHewlett-Packard (HP) decides to divide into two companies: HP Enterprise, focus on business products and services, and focus on HP Inc., printing and personal computing.
07 OctoberHiroshi Amano, Isamu Akasaki and Shuji Nakamura won the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics to create blue light emitting diode.
08 OctoberPeople will be able to see lunar eclipse in North America, Western South America, Australia and parts of East Asia today.
09 OctoberThe US stock market decreases rapidly, the S&P500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average decreases by about 2 percent.
10 OctoberThree people of Mali, who had no prior cases of Ebola, were given an experimental vaccine against the virus. This was the first test of its kind in Africa.
14 OctoberApple and Facebook have proposed to pay the cost of freezing the eggs of their female employees, which will be covered by the insurance plans of the companies. This is to help women focus on their careers, if they want to delay maternity.
16 OctoberUS President Barack Obama provides approval for military reserves to be sent to West Africa if necessary, if necessary.
17 OctoberAccording to the World Health Organization, Senegal is now free from the Ebola virus.
18 OctoberA male Rhino OPJE Conservancy of a rare northern species in Kenya is dead. It is reported that only 6 of these animals are all over the world, out of which only one male is breeding.
19 OctoberSweden is finding his water for a possible infiltration after a Russian submarine identifies the emergency communication of the Russian language; Russian officials refute the knowledge of any submarines working in the field of Sweden.
20 OctoberThe Turkish government has withdrawn its stand and now let the Kurds come to Syria to fight the Islamic State forces.
24 OctoberPlans are made by the European Union (EU), to reduce carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent (compared to 1990) and to increase renewable sources of all energy sources by 27 percent. However, environmentalists claim that large targets require.
26 OctoberIn view of the recent attack against the Egyptian Army, the latter delegation refused to pass the peace talks between Israel and Palestinian organization Hamas.
27 OctoberThe outbreak of a cholera claimed to have killed at least 51 people in Niger, the capital of Nigeria.
28 OctoberAustralia banned all visas of countries affected by Ebola virus, such as Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Although the country's officials said that it was necessary to maintain public health, medical and health experts strongly criticized this policy.
30 OctoberSweden officially accepts Palestine as an independent state.
31 OctoberBank of Japan announced the decision to buy more assets, continuing the aggressive expansion of the money supply, about 60 billion dollars per month, admitting that it has not yet reached its goals on the growth.
03 NovemberThe One World Trade Center officially opens, thirty -thirteen years later in the bomb blasts that took place on 11 September, thus replacing its predecessor.
06 NovemberApple Inc. has made its operating system zero on two security threats. The 'rootpipe' malware is a threat to the OS X as well as the Yosemite version, while the l viralor affects the iOS users who have downloaded the app from incredible sources.
07 NovemberAmerican and European authorities have discontinued several hidden online markets which were used to trade illegally after raiding raids. 17 people have been arrested.
10 NovemberAfter two-year opposition relationship between Japan and China in relation to the control of some islands in Eastern China Sea, Shinzo Abe, Japanese Prime Minister and Xi Linping, Chinese President ended the dispute through Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation amount
11 NovemberIn South Korea, 15 colleagues of the MV Sevol crew have been condemned for criminal negligence. The captain has been sentenced to 36 years while the chief engineers have been sentenced to 30 years.
12 NovemberChinese leader Xi Jinping and the United States President Barack Obama have reached a solution to limit the greenhouse gases.
14 NovemberAccording to the World Health Organization report, the number of deaths in three worst affected countries - Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leon in West Africa has crossed 5,000.
18 NovemberAccording to UNESCO, Spain's Camino Santiago, Risal Memorial in Manila, Machu Pichu of Peru and Dumpier Islands of Australia are in danger.
19 NovemberFollowing previous allegations of sexual abuse on Comedian Bill Cosby Remedar, the US NBC television network canceled a project with him.
20 NovemberNorth Korea on Tuesday warned to conduct another nuclear test in response to the United Nations Human Rights Council's proposal, recommending an inquiry into human rights exploitation.
21 NovemberAccording to the reports of the World Health Organization, an epidemic of Bubonic Plague in Madagascar has killed 40 people.
22 NovemberBahrain voters go to ballot papers for the first time after the failed Pearl Revolution.
23 NovemberKenyan security forces crossed Somalia and killed 100 members of Al-Shabab in response to the kidnapping of the terrorist group and the murder of 28 people.
28 NovemberThe Parliament of Finland voted to allow equal-lingo marriage, for the first time when the initiative of the citizens was blessed with the law making laws.
29 NovemberFor a popular movement, the Sangh chose former French President Nicolas Sarkozy as a party leader.
30 NovemberDue to heavy floods in the south of France, five people lost their lives and more than 3000 people were forced to leave their homes.
01 DecemberThe European Union's opposition has forced Russia to cancel Bulgaria's plans for the South Stream Pipeline because they are looking at Turkey a pipeline instead.
02 DecemberAccording to the Red Cross, an attack by Al-Shabab terrorists in North Eastern Kenya is responsible for the death of at least 36 people.
03 DecemberThe corruption hypothesis has been released in 2014 by Transparency International, with Denmark top ranking and North Korea and Somalia have achieved the lowest rankings.
07 DecemberChlorine gas leak, which was deliberately performed, was injured at Chicago's 'Furfest', a Ferry Conference.
08 DecemberBarack Obama, the United States President revealed new sanctions on racial reporting. These races are prohibited to define on the basis of sex, ethnicity, nationality, religion, or sexual orientation.
09 DecemberA passenger bus killed 11 people due to a bomb blast and around 21 people were injured in Bookidon province of South Philippines. This was the second bomb blast after the incident on 6 November 2014.
14 DecemberTwo huge idols of Amenhot III, destroyed by earthquake in the Nile River in 1200 BC, have been rebuilt by archaeologists.
15 DecemberThe last protest camp has been removed in Hong Kong; The activists staged several camps by the Chinese government to demand the rights of independent elections instead of controlling candidates and elections.
15 DecemberIn the recent Japan elections, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won, and the ruling Liberal Democratic Party won most of the lower houses.
15 DecemberAstronauts of the International Space Station have created a special wrench in their 3D printers using the custom-designed blueprint emailed at the station from engineers on Earth; Previously, object pre-loaded design files are printed.
16 DecemberApple Inc. won a no -confidence case, alleging blocking competitive music providers in its iTunes 7.0 update; The company proved that its upgradation had product improvements and consumers were still able to use the music purchased elsewhere.
16 DecemberAstronauts of the International Space Station have created a special wrench in their 3D printers using the custom-designed blueprint emailed at the station from engineers on Earth; Previously, object pre-loaded design files are printed.
17 DecemberThe American will re -establish diplomatic relations with its 1960s and Cuba; The agreement was reached after the exchange of three detensies of Cuba for the assistance Alan Gross and an anonymous American spy.
18 DecemberEuropean Union. Oil and gas discovering, cruise ship ships restrictions and expanding sanctions against Russia by investing in Russia-Anexia Crimea, Annex is considered illegitimate by the EU.
19 DecemberOffice supply company Staples announced that in October, data could be affected from breech to 1.16 million cards; The company is providing free identity protection for shopkeepers at affected shops and advises all customers to monitor their credit records.
20 DecemberUS authorities sent four Afghan prisoners back to Afghanistan after being detained for more than ten years in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; The Obama administration is working to vacate and release the remaining prisoners to close the facility.
21 DecemberThe Hobbit 'Series's last film' The Arm of the Five Armys' grossed over $ 90 million in the first five days of its release, more than an expectations of $ 75 million at the box office.
21 DecemberSouth Korea banns poultry from the US due to concerns of potential bird flu; South Korea is working to prevent the spread of virus among its own avian population.
22 DecemberThe tension for the New York City Police increases after the police killed two officers to avenge the murder of two unarmed black people in recent weeks; Police have been ordered to work in the first couple while in patrol and consider their safety.
22 DecemberPakistani officials arrested the suspects in the Taliban military school attack in which 148 people were killed; The government has removed the death sentence and bombed the terrorist strongholds along the Afghan border to address the terrorist violence.
23 DecemberSony Pictures released his controversial comedy film 'The Interview' about the attempt to assassinate North Korea leader Kim Jong-un; The film was canceled after hacking attacks and threats, but Soni now looks for a comprehensive audience for the film.
23 DecemberDow Jones Industrial Average set a record at 18,024.17; Dow has taken less than six months to climb from the price of 17,000 marks.
24 DecemberA living Ebola sample accidentally a U.S. Centers for Disease Control are sent to the laboratory which does not meet safety and safety standards to deal with the virus; A laboratory worker is being monitored for 21 days due to possible risk.
25 DecemberPope Francis gives his annual Christmas address to the Vatican, praying for groups that include refugee and deported Christian communities and workers struggling with Ebola epidemic.
25 DecemberSony Pictures today released its comedy 'the interview' through more than 300 cinemas and online channels; The film depicts an attempt to kill a murder of North Korea leader Kim Jong-un and was initially canceled due to dangers and hacking attacks.
26 DecemberUkraine exchanges 222 rebel prisoners for 150 Ukrainian soldiers organized by separatist forces; For security reasons, the nation has also blocked Crimea, by stopping the region from Russia, from the region and bus and train service.
26 DecemberZakaria Ahmed Ismail Hirsi, a prominent member of the military hand of al-Qaeda, al-Qaeda, surrendered to the police; The group wants to capture the UN-conquered Somali government.
27 DecemberAfter a hacking attack, Sony Corporation's gaming service is returned online after interrupting the Playstation Network; The company is investigating whether the incident is related to the attack on its Sony Pictures Division earlier this month.
27 DecemberThe Japan passes a fiscal incentive package of $ 29 million to improve the economy; Funds will be allocated to support small businesses, stimulate local economic activity and strengthen the damaged areas by disastrous natural powers.
28 DecemberMore than 100,000 people have died due to floods in Malaysia and as a result at least 10 people died.
28 DecemberThe United States and allied forces end the war mission in Afghanistan, which began in 2001 after 9/11 terrorist attacks in the US.; Around 13,000 soldiers will be to train the Afghan police and military forces in their fight against the Taliban.
29 DecemberRescuers continue the discovery of the missing AirAsia Flight 8501, which disappeared from Indonesia to Singapore on 28 December; The aircraft took 162 people.
29 DecemberScottish health officials reported the first case of Ebola after diagnosing a health care worker returning from Sierra Leone; The worker did not reveal the symptoms until he reached Scotland and is currently in a stable position.
30 DecemberIndonesia's discovery team found the remains of the aircraft debris and three people aboard in the AirAsia Flight 8501, which disappeared on 28 December; Conclusions confirm that the flight crashed into water between Indonesia and Singapore.
30 DecemberWalt Disney company will marketing the next star Wars Movie, which has a series of YouTube videos manufactured by a subsidiary manufacturer; The video will add young audiences to the characters and stories of the earlier films in the franchise.
31 DecemberA ship carrying 900 Syrian people is intercepted and safely brought to the coast by the Italian coast protector; The ship was operated by human smugglers, who left the vessel after installing a navigation system on the course of confrontation along the Italian coast.
31 DecemberItalian President Giorgio Napolitano has announced his resignation; The 89 -year -old President indicated after reunioning in 2013 that he would retire before the end of the 7 -year term.

Important Historical Events of the Year 2014 in India ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
26 MayBharatiya Janata Party leader Narendra Modi was sworn in as the 15th Prime Minister of India.
02 JuneTelangana officially became the 29th state of India.
03 SeptemberMore than 200 people died due to floods in India and neighboring Pakistan.
13 NovemberIndian cricketer Rohit Sharma set a record by scoring an innings of 264 runs in an international ODI against Sri Lanka which is the highest run in an ODI innings. He hit 33 fours and nine sixes in his innings of 173 balls.
02 DecemberIndian politician and Maharashtra Chief Minister Abdul Rahman Antulay passed away.
05 JanuaryThe Indian communication satellite GSAT-14 was successfully placed into orbit. GSAT-14 used a cryogenic engine manufactured in India.
11 FebruaryThe Indian Athletes were granted permission to compete at the 2014 Winter Olympics under their own nation’s flag after two years when The Indian Olympic Association was suspended when the Indian officials were found doing corruption in 2012.
28 FebruaryIndian automakers Mahindra & Mahindra began selling the e20, an electric car, in Bhutan. It costs about $ 11,300. Vehicle exhaust caused air pollution problems in Bhutan. This threatened the country’s tourist dependence.
30 AprilThe World Bank reports that India is now the third largest economy after the US and China based on the purchasing power equality; India replaces Japan, although Japan remains third when GDP is compared on exchange-based basis.
17 MayThe right -wing Hindu Nationalist Party, BJP won the general election in India on May 17, 2014 with 336 seats out of 543 seats. This was the first time he won a majority in the Lok Sabha without any coalition.
02 JuneTelangana has officially become the 29th state of India. Telangana is a state in southern India. Its area is 114,840 km 2 and is the twelfth largest state in India. It was part of the princely state of Hyderabad (Medak and Warangal Division) ruled by the Nizam of Hyderabad during most of the British Raj, which joined the Union of India in 1948.
19 AugustThe meeting between the foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan has been called a bandh due to a meeting of Pakistani officials with separatists in the Kashmir region, which is a disputed province among nations.
13 SeptemberThree Maoists were killed and two seriously injured in a conflict with security forces in Giridih district of Jharkhand state of India.
17 SeptemberChinese President Xi Jinping travels to India to improve business relations. Another case on the agenda is an attempt to resolve decades -old controversies.
24 SeptemberISRO's Mars Orbiter Mission of India successfully entered the orbit of Mars.
06 OctoberThe deaths of four citizens in India and Pakistan caught fire on the borders of Pakistan and India.
13 DecemberAn agreement has been signed between India and Russia regarding infrastructure, nuclear power and defense.

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