Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Current Affairs 10 September, 2014

Current Affairs 10 September, 2014 : In flood-hit J&K, ‘occupation force’ hailed as saviour, Army jawans drag a boat with several rescued flood-hit people on board in Jammu on Saturday.

BJP aims to gain in Kerala at CPM’s expense

Mother wants to meet Nithari killer Koli one last time

SC pays tribute to Vahanvati’s ‘methodical’ approach

Skill development plan in anvil for Maoist-affected areas

NDRF to get two additional battalions

Rajnath Singh to undertake first border visit

J&K floods: Cries for food, medicine and supplies ring out in relief camps

Three terrorists killed in an encounter in J&K

J&K floods: Don't go by SOS calls only, agencies told

J&K floods: 20 latest developments

J&K floods: Phones down, tracking the rescued difficult

J&K floods: Focus on restoring power, telecom links

Lokpal rule on declaration of assets of babus’ wives stayed

Gujarat walks the business ramp in US ahead of PM Modi's visit

Shahid Balwa backtracks as witness in 2G case

Nurse who treated Nirbhaya gang-raped?
A 33 year-old nurse, who according to police had treated gang-rape victim Nirbhaya at Delhi’s Safdarjung hospital, was allegedly gang-raped.

Chinese president Xi Jinping talks of bonding with India
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday talked about strengthening ties with India and told the visiting National Security Advisor Ajit Doval that he was looking forward to meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Byelections in 9 states to test NDA’s strength
Byelections to three Lok Sabha and 33 assembly constituencies across nine states on September 13 are expected to be the first barometer of the NDA government’s popularity.

Karnataka to roll out mobile governance soon: CM
Karnataka, one of the first states to use IT extensively in administration, is all set to pioneer m-governance, starting with essential services.

Nityananda will move to TN; potency test result today
A day after undergoing a potency test on the Supreme Court’s directive, godman Nityananda announced on Tuesday he’s moving out of his 20-acre ashram in Bidadi, on the outskirts of Bangalore, and settling down in his facility in Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu. Since 2010, the Bidadi ashram has been attacked and set on fire a couple of times.
Current Affairs 2014
Private carriers boost J&K relief operations
With the aerial link to Jammu & Kashmir now a virtual lifeline for the flood-hit valley, the aviation industry has come out in full support of the affected people.

2010 report warned of flood that will 'submerge valley'
In 2010 a report by J&K's flood control department had anticipated a massive flood in the next five years, “which will submerge the entire valley".

Google to help people search for stranded kin in flood-hit J&K
People with no clue about the location of their friends and relatives stranded in J&K can now simply Google it.

Former Bengal top cop, who worked for both Saradha and government, arrested
The CBI on Tuesday arrested former IPS-officer-turned-Trinamool-politician Rajat Majumdar, with officers indicating that it has brought them one step closer to the "high and mighty" in the ruling party who were involved in the Ponzi scam.

J&K floods: Over 200 dead, 47,000 people rescued
The death toll from the floods in Jammu & Kashmir crossed 200 on Tuesday even as water receded in some parts with officials fearing the number of those killed could rise once the actual extent of damage becomes clearer.

More trouble for Jagan as CBI files crucial chargesheet

Police team fails to get Ajit Singh’s Delhi bungalow vacated

CBI launches probe into who leaked visitors’ register at director's house

White House says beheaded US journalist not 'sold' to Islamic State
Steven Sotloff (second from left in black helmet) seen talking to Libyan rebels on the Al Dafniya front line, 25km west of Misrata on June 02, 2011 in Misrata, Libya.

Ahead of speech, Obama briefs Congress on Islamic State strategy
President Barack Obama told leaders of Congress on Tuesday that he did not need for them to authorize his strategy to fight Islamic State, ahead of a speech to Americans that may herald expanded operations against the group in Iraq and perhaps Syria.

Japan, US discussing offensive military capability for Tokyo, Japan officials say

Chile steps up security after bomb hurts 14

House condemns Obama for prisoner swap

Ahead of speech, Obama briefs Congress on Islamic State strategy

Obama tells lawmakers he has authorization to take action 
against Islamic State

House condemns Obama for prisoner swap

Republican-controlled House pushes resolution condemning Obama for prisoner swap

Canada finds fabled Franklin ship lost in Arctic

British prime minister implores Scots not to break up United Kingdom

As Scots eye independence, rest of UK gets nervous

UK's Luton airport evacuated over suspicious item

Indians denied permission to participate in march in south Australia

Indian-origin fund manager sentenced to 9 years in jail in US

Indian man mowed down by truck in Singapore

PIO couple in US die mysteriously after son’s death

British PM implores Scots not to break up UK

Gunbattle in Yemeni capital after soldiers kill 4 Shias

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