Saturday, September 20, 2014

Current Affairs 20 September, 2014

Current Affairs 20 September, 2014 : Chinese incursion in Ladakh, A little toothache can paralyse entire body, Modi tells Xi Jinping.Modi bluntly told visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping that Beijing’s intransigence on the border might impact bilateral ties.

Bihar on global map as Swaraj opens Nalanda University

Dysfunctional rear seat belt irks Harsh Vardhan

Goof by Air India leaves Nirmala without dinner dress

PM: Indian Muslims live, die for nation

‘Mandolin’ Shrinivas passes away at 45

Assam ex-DGP suicide: Case against CBI

Gujarat HC wants Shahibaug palace relisted as ASI monument

Eye on Maratha votes, BJP usurps Sena’s Shivaji icon

Ramadoss condemns Lanka govt move to auction boats 
seized from Tamil Nadu fishermen

A Darjeeling joyride in a British garden

Sushma Swaraj opens Nalanda University, says it is a historic day

Bihar govt to develop Buddhist sites on a priority basis

Resource crunch forces railways to opt for PPP mode

CM to leave for London on Sunday

Maoists hold third meet in Visakha Agency

CRPF has curbed recruitment of naxals in region, says IGP
Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has effectively stopped Maoists from recruiting naxals from villages, said CRPF inspector general of police (southern state), Mandava Vishnuvardhana Rao.

K Chandrasekhar Rao seeks bigger pie of central taxes
Urging for a realignment of resource sharing in favour of states, Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday sought an allocation of 40 per cent of central tax revenue as tax devolution to states.

K T Rama Rao urges Centre not to dilute NREGA
In all 1.81 lakh households benefited from the programme that generated Rs 8.39 crore work days.So far, the beneficiaries have completed 75 days of wage employment during the year.

HC asks Andhra govt to suspend ordinance on temples
The aggrieved parties will challenge the Act, following which, the court can adjudicate the issue, the bench said.The AG told the bench that he would consult the state government.

J&K floods: Inside the first village to bear flood fury
Four days before floods devastated Srinagar, a remote village in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district was washed away by the deluge.
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U Shrinivas: His strings brought smiles
Like the violin and the harmonium, the mandolin is no longer considered foreign to the Carnatic music repertoire, but it was only in 1978 that a small boy with a large smile brought the instrument to the stage and created music that purists applauded.

Tranquil on stage but private life lacked harmony
To the world, he was a brilliant musician and a charming, soft-spoken individual with a charismatic personality. But in his private life, Mandolin U Shrinivas suffered many setbacks.

DD anchor sacked for calling Chinese President ‘Eleven Jinping’
A Doordarshan newsreader was removed from daily bulletins after she mispronounced Chinese president Xi Jinping’s name referring to it as “Eleven Jinping.’’ The anchor mistook the visiting dignitary’s first name for the Roman numeral eleven.

Soon, see the Taj Mahal at night from across Yamuna
The Centre plans to allow tourists to access Mehtab Bagh across the Yamuna during the night, letting in over 500 people at a time to see the Taj.

Delhi-based priest in SC for children’s safety at unmanned level crossings
A Delhi-based priest on Friday prayed to the Supreme Court to direct the Centre and the states to take steps to prevent accidents involving school buses at unmanned level crossings across the country.

Third term beckons for New Zealand govt as polls open

Shrinivas gave away music as a gift with free lessons to all students at his institute

Mamata Banerjee slams two of her own departments at stock-taking meet

ISIS-linked terror group vows to avenge Batla House encounter

Alex Salmond quits as Scotland’s leader

France joins US against Islamic State over Iraq
France is back at America's side in conducting military strikes in Iraq.

Eradicating poverty will defeat extremists: Kerry

Kiev, rebels sign peace plan memorandum: Negotiators

Sarkozy announces political comeback

Now, demand for Scot-style referendum in Balochistan

Obama anti-IS coalition takes shape as France joins war

Russian fighters intercepted by US near Alaska

Dog found 3,000 miles away to be flown home to Philadelphia

American Airlines reaches tentative deal with flight attendants

White House evacuated over security threat

Queen urges unity after Scotland rejects independence

A sterling vote: EU relieved, global markets rebound

'Death wishes' for Murray

'Debate settled, but soon English votes for English laws'

South African-Indians protest over bingo machines in malls

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

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