Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Current Affairs 9th July, 2014

Current Affairs 9th July, 2014 : ID cards for all ‘genuine’ Indians : Rajnath Singh on Tuesday told Lok Sabha that the government would prepare a National Population Register [NPR]

SC orders reopening of some coal files

Amit Shah to be made BJP president today?

CBI to exhume Badaun rape victims’ bodies

Scarlett Keeling’s mother asks India to speed up murder probe

‘Mind-boggling’ number of NGOs in India: CBI

'Drunk' BJP MP abused us in Parliament: TMC MPs

Ex-railway ministers slam Rail Budget, call it ‘pro-rich, Modi gadget’

Six new trains for Bihar

Budget’s green signal to bullet train

Raja denies allegations of favouring Unitech

Gazette notification to sell the Railways: Lalu

2 killed in police firing in Bihar's Rohtas district after communal tension

Cabinet may clear Delhi-Meerut expressway

Avoid media, seek donations from public: Kejriwal's advice to party members

Less-used law arraigns ex-President kin

N Korea fires two missiles: Seoul
North Korea today fired two suspected short-range missiles off its eastern coast in the latest in a series of missile tests, South Korea said.

South African train collision injures at least 52

US diplomat to visit India ahead of Kerry's trip

Girl raped, killed on train in Thailand

Washington 2nd US state to allow pot sale

Hamas rockets land deep in Israel

Barack Obama urges calm in Afghan presidential election

Top US diplomat to visit India ahead of John Kerry's trip

Washington becomes second US state to allow pot sale

UN to recognise all same-sex marriages of staffers

Pakistan operation displaces half-a-million people

5 indicted for stoning pregnant woman to death in Pakistan

Indian-origin boy's mother appears in court over his murder

NRI businessman in Oman offers jobs to rescued nurses

UAE-based Indian entrepreneur offers jobs to rescued nurses

Indian gets 30 months in jail for Little India riot

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