Friday, September 19, 2014

Current Affairs 19 September, 2014

Current Affairs 19 September, 2014 : Pull back your troops who have entered Ladakh, Modi tells Xi. Chinese President Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the signing of agreements in New Delhi.

Manmohan govt prescribed jugaad and applauded it: Rai

Shah slams Pawar on corruption, promises Shivaji era in Maharashtra

Babbar Khalsa International chief arrested

Paswan hails PM's move on China

Hema Malini defends her remarks on widows in Vrindavan

Loss due to Kashmir flood estimated at Rs 60k cr

Akhilesh swings a jibe at Modi

Centre rejects claims of 'selective rescue' by Army, AF, NDRF

Education key in proposed goals for post-MDG period

After the floods, Srinagar faces threat of epidemics

TN Govt directs two universities not to implement UGC circular

Self-regulatory code for doctors, hospitals soon

NRI outfit says Modi's Madison Square Garden event is sold out

Pak workers help 18 Punjabi youths come home from Iraq

Chennai bicycle manufacturers to expand operations in Punjab

BSF to display tricolour code at visitors' gallery
RTI activist PC Sharma told TOI that a few unidentified VIP guests at Attari had wrapped the flag around them in an inappropriate way after the beating the retreat ceremony on September 17.

Akalis happy over BJP's bypoll defeat
In politics, one party's pain is another's pleasure.Similar is the case of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD).

World's thinnest condom by next year: Bill Gates
The world's thinnest condom that would encourage more men to be more enthusiastic about using protection, an idea backed by Bill Gates, is likely to become a reality next year.

EC asks cops to look out for hate speeches
Zutshi and Sinha said the police department would bear the cost for barricades during the public meetings of Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the election.

Jaitley's letter misinterpreted: Badal
Though Punjab has not got any financial package from the Centre so far, chief minister Parkash Singh Badal showered praise on Modi government, even stating that the days of discrimination were over.
Current Affairs 2014
'Noon' sent BKI terrorist to Punjab: Cops
'Noon' was a Major in ISI but Ratandeep refused to reveal the real name of the officer, the cops disclosed.

First transgender news anchor says she's rid of her demons
Padmini Prakash, a 31-year-old transgender from Coimbatore, says she's freed herself from her social and personal demons.

Mama takes Mahatma Gandhi’s message of peace back to Boko Haram
This time when Mama returns home, she will carry Mahatma Gandhi’s message of peace and non-violence to her boys — Islamist hardliners of Nigeria’s Boko Haram, who have acquired global notoriety for abducting scores of schoolgirls and unleashing a wave of violence in the country’s northeast.

China to invest $20 billion in next 5 years
China will invest US $20 billion in India in the next five years in industrial and infrastructure development projects, the government announced on Thursday after a meeting between PM Narendra Modi and President Xi Jinping.

Xi-Modi warmth flows from Sabarmati to Delhi
A face-off between the Indian and Chinese armies in Ladakh took the sheen off a summit that started on a promising note on the banks of the Sabarmati in Ahmedabad.

Woman linked to ISI suspect being quizzed

Pramod Mutalik to stir love jihad debate

Dalai Lama praises China president, calls him a realist

I-T returns case: Court sets October 1 deadline for Jaya

Senate votes to support Obama on Syrian rebel aid
In the heat of an election campaign, Congress cleared the way for the US military to train and equip Syrian rebels.

Islamic State plot in Australia raises questions
The Islamic State plot to carry out random beheadings in Sydney alleged by police is a simple and barbaric scheme that has shaken Australians. But terrorism experts on Friday questioned whether the ruthless movement had the capacity or inclination to sustain a terror campaign so far from the Middle East.

New ISI chief to be named soon: Report

Death toll in Nigeria building collapse rises to 80: Rescuers

Syrian rebel training may take 12 months: US

Thai junta chief 'sorry' for bikini remarks after Brit murder

UK Muslims appeal to IS seeking release of British hostage

Barack Obama nominates Indian-American Richard Rahul 

Verma to be US envoy to India

US House votes for arming Syrian rebels

Senate votes to support Obama on Syrian rebel aid

At UN, Obama to urge nations to go big on climate

Will Scottish vote see 63 million people wake up to a new country on Friday morning?

Scottish referendum: YouGov predicts 54% no, 46% yes

Scottish referendum polls close, vote counting under way

JK Rowling urges voters in Scotland to remain "friends" post Friday results

New York city to pay $225,000 to Indian girl to settle lawsuit

Indian origin man chases robber in New Zealand

Indian-origin man jailed for 2 years for vehicular manslaughter

Masterpieces by Indian-origin artist up for sale in US

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