Saturday, September 13, 2014

Current Affairs 13 September, 2014

Current Affairs 13 September, 2014 : Villages along Ganga to be open-defecation free by 2022. Villages to be covered under the scheme fall under 1,632 gram panchayats along the river bank in Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal.

Jammu-Srinagar highway remains closed for 10th day

SC allows ailing Italian marine to go home

Ties with Modi cordial, Rajnath says

Maharashtra, Haryana elections on October 15

Reveal source of information: CBI chief to Prashant Bhushan

PCI forms team to probe KCR’s threat to media

Voting under way for bypolls to 3 Lok Sabha, 33 assembly seats in 10 states

SC to hear plea against Maharashtra dance bar ban

Single-phase assembly poll in Maharashtra on Oct 15, results on Oct 19

Kunal Ghosh drags Bengal education minister into Ponzi muddle

Trinamool didn't take a penny from Saradha: Mamata

Four ministers skip Mamata’s cabinet meet

India may discuss border issues with China: Gen V K Singh

HC clears Ashok Chavan, Cong gets a shot in arm

Cong yet to find ‘safe’ seat for Maha CM

MNS unlikely to play ‘spoiler’ after poor LS show
After its disastrous performance in the Lok Sabha elections earlier this year, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) is making frantic efforts to regain its pride of place as a ‘spoiler’ in state politics.

Saffron alliance to seal seat deal next week, Sena reluctant to give BJP equal share
The Shiv Sena-BJP alliance is likely to finalise its seat-sharing arrangement next week, but the Sena’s reluctance to agree to the BJP’s 50:50 formula may pose a major hurdle.

Hindutva activists lay siege to police station after girl goes missing
Members of Bajrang Dal laid siege to a police station in the heart of Bhopal on Friday after a minor dalit girl was allegedly abducted by a man from a minority community two days ago.

Omar Abdullah directs police, forces to resume duty
Chief minister Omar Abdullah directed the police and security forces to report to their posts and maintain strict vigil to avoid thefts, with the flood waters receding in several localities across the Kashmir valley.

Centre encroaching on state subjects: Chandrababu Naidu
Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday alleged that the Centre was “encroaching” on state subjects through a series of centrally-sponsored schemes, even as he sought Rs 1,60,000 crore central assistance to build a modern capital city and develop backward areas of the state.
Current Affairs 2014
Shankaracharya for probe into Shirdi trust funds
Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati on Friday demanded a probe into source of funding of Shri Sai Baba Sansthan Trust, Shirdi.

Jharkhand minister resigns on ‘moral grounds’
Agriculture minister Yogendra Sao on Friday quit, creating fresh trouble for the JMM-led coalition government in Jharkhand.

CBI arrests Sadananda Gogoi in Saradha scam
The CBI on Friday arrested singer and filmmaker Sadananda Gogoi for his alleged involvement in the multi-crore Saradha chit-fund scam, which had spread its roots in the state, besides West Bengal, Odisha and Tripura.

'Scamster' father-son duo taints Naveen government
It is an irony that the BJD top brass cannot afford to miss. Less than four months after recording a resounding victory in the elections, the Naveen Patnaik-led dispensation has been hit by a barrage of charges, tainting its image and credibility like never before.

Sohrabuddin’s brother asks CBI to cancel Vanzara’s bail
Rubabuddin Sheikh, brother of fake encounter victim Sohrabuddin Sheikh, has written to the CBI to cancel the bail to former Gujarat cadre IPS officer DG Vanzara.

Tamil Nadu man first ISIS suicide bomber from India?

Moral victory for India as UK MPs debate on Kashmir

Law panel to govt: Repeal 72 archaic laws

US official says LeT remains focused on regional goals

Flawless 'Blue Moon Diamond' goes on display in US
The deep blue stone has been categorized as an extremely significant find because of its unique color, clarity and size. It is internally flawless, with no inclusions.

ISIS has over 31,000 fighters in Syria and Iraq: CIA
The new estimates came from the CIA, which said it was based on a new review of all-source intelligence reports from May to August.

Scottish nay-sayers regain lead

Taliban gunmen who attacked Malala held: Pak

US steps up sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

Tired and bored, protesters in Pak want to go home now

Former Northern Irish first minister Ian Paisley dies aged 88

Nations trying to stop their citizens from going to Middle 
East to fight for ISIS

US denies threatening James Foley family over raising ransom

Two storm systems in Gulf of Mexico have low chance of cyclones: US national hurricane center

Obama says need to 'snuff out' militant groups like Islamic State

Scotland: Where a sip of whisky usually cures all, a secession 
vote proves bitter

Cheers? Whisky makers not keen to raise a glass to independence

Scottish nay-sayers regain lead

Boy held as 60 dogs killed in arson attack

Narendra Modi in US: Indian-Americans to attend PM's reception

Arrest Indian origin woman's ex-husband: Malaysian court

Two Indian-origin US professors to be honoured by NRI group

Indians denied permission to participate in march in south Australia

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