Monday, September 22, 2014

Current Affairs 22 September, 2014

Current Affairs 22 September, 2014 : Modi to start US visit with CEO-packed breakfast. Narendra Modi is scheduled to address the UN general assembly on September 27.

Manjhi govt lacks control over babus: Pappu Yadav

Modi-Israeli PM Netanyahu meet likely

SC raps Ludhiana college for admission bungling

Youth found hanging at former JD(U) MP's house

BJP demands judicial inquiry into JU imbroglio

Gadkari, Jitendra to conduct aerial survey in Kashmir

Sonia has to be more assertive: Margaret Alva

Living in India for over two decades, Afghan Hindus, Sikhs seek citizenship

French help for Kannauj attar likely

No booing, Karnataka BJP advises workers

Modi to witness Mangalyaan insertion

Nepal film wins top prize at National Institute of Design festival

Army to pay Siachen vet disability pension

Experts decry Madras HC order on RTI applications

Visa-on-arrival facility for US tourists on cards

50km of LoC fencing damaged in floods
Over 50km of the three-tier border fencing and flood-lighting have been damaged by the recent floods along the LoC and IB in J&K and security forces are racing against time to repair it to prevent cross-border infiltration ahead of winters.

Demons rule garba, says imam; tension bedevils festival
Just four days before Navratri, great unease has begun developing around the festive mood. Sufi Imam Mehndi Hussain — famous for having his offer of a skullcap rebuffed by Narendra Modi in 2011 — has said that the garba has been taken over by demons. Hussain, a cleric in a Kheda village, said: "Garba is not a religious festival but entertainment for rakshasas."

Wanting to return, Mumbai man lands up in Iraq prison
Mohsin Yusuf Sheikh from Mumbai, working in Irbil since June 2013, is languishing in an Iraqi jail just because he asked his employer for leave.

SC order puts 40 medical colleges in quandry
Nearly 40 medical colleges, including at five from Tamil Nadu, are finding themselves in a catch-22 situation.

CBI arrests stockbroker and builder in AT Group scam
The CBI, which is probing the multi-crore chit fund scams in the state, arrested a Mumbai-based stockbroker and a Bhubaneswar-based builder for their alleged complicity in the Artha Tatwa (AT) Group fraud on Sunday.
Current Affairs 2014
Tamil Nadu records second highest number of human trafficking cases
For the last three years, Tamil Nadu has been among the five states that registered the highest number of cases of human trafficking.

VoIP calls by Kalyan youths fox investigators
Six months after four youths from Kalyan allegedly joined militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), security agency officials have expressed helplessness at having to depend totally on families of the three surviving youths for every scrap of information.

Court, NCW should probe JU fracas: BJP
BJP national spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi on Sunday called for an inquiry by the judiciary or by the National Commission for Women (NCW) into the police crackdown on students at Jadavpur University.

Insurance company has to reveal claim computation
Right to information is recognized under the Consumer Protection Act

NC worker killed, Pak flags in Lal Chowk
Kashmiris reeling under the impact of the worst floods in a century received another jolt when a National Conference worker was killed by terrorists in Srinagar on Sunday.

N-liability law boomerangs, spooks domestic suppliers

ABVP puts love jehad ball in Muslims’ court

NGO: J&K authorities holding up relief material

Rs 50 lakh to ‘bring back home’ converted Hindus

Yemeni PM resigns amid reports of rebel advances
Yemen's prime minister submitted his resignation to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi on Sunday.

Two people killed in series of blasts in China's Xinjiang region
Two people were killed and "many" injured by multiple explosions in China's Xinjiang, the local government said on Monday.

Pakistan developing sea-based nuclear-arms

Free Henning, wife pleads with ISIS

Iran seeks give and take on militants, nuclear programme

Scottish tricked by false vow about powers, says Salmond

UK recruits over 100 dyslexics as spies

After surgery, surprise $117,000 medical bill from doctor he 
didn't know

Global marches draw attention to climate change

World leaders to gather at UN in shadow of Islamic State, 
Ebola crises

32 structures destroyed in California wildfire

UK members take part in Olympics as Great Britain

UK recruits over 100 dyslexics as spies

Scottish tricked by false vow about powers, says Salmond

Free Henning, wife pleads with ISIS

Goa tourism open to tie up with Bollywood to target NRIs

Indian jailed for 3 years in Dubai for chain snatching

Bahrain’s new visa policy offers easier access to Indian travelers

Indian-American pleads guilty to defrauding insurance firms

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