Monday, September 29, 2014

Current Affairs 29 September, 2014

Current Affairs 29 September, 2014 : Panneerselvam sworn in as Tamil Nadu chief minister. As many as 31 MLAs, including Panneerselvam, were sworn in as ministers. All of them were members of Jayalalithaa’s cabinet.

Meghalaya flood toll hits 52

J&K floods: National Conference seeks ‘massive’ funding

Bhagat Singh’s sister passes away on his 107th birthday

Death, hunger stalk Indian tea estate workers

Syed Muazzem Ali is Bangladesh's new envoy to India

Modi wins the hearts of US lawmakers

Mangalyaan sends photo of dust storm activities on Mars

Mangalore’s Kudroli temple appoints 2 SC/ST widows as priests

Worker killed as boiler explodes in Chennai paint manufacturing factory

‘Temple purification’ after CM Manjhi’s visit: Bihar orders probe

PM Narendra Modi meets top US CEOs, pitches for big-ticket investments

BJP legislators begin sit-in against poor law and order in UP

In Jayalalithaa’s absence, Panneerselvam, ministers take oath with tears in eyes

Indians to see 10.8% salary hike in 2015: Towers Watson

AIADMK workers hold demonstrations, fast across TN

Temple row 'shameful', Bihar CM should have taken action: Paswan
Terming as "shameful" the incident of a temple being cleaned up after Bihar chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi's visit, Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Monday wondered as to why the dalit leader did not ask the police to arrest the guilty.

Lone Shiv Sena minister Anant Geete to quit Union Cabinet
Anant Geete, Shiv Sena's lone member in the Union Cabinet, will resign, party chief Uddhav Thackeray said on Monday, four days after the split in the saffron alliance.

Sown area under paddy shows improvement despite less rainfall this monsoon
Interestingly, sown area under cotton has also increased this season as on September 26 as compared to the corresponding period last year.

Panneerselvam sworn in as Tamil Nadu chief minister
Panneerselvam and his ministerial colleagues, including Natham R Vishwanathan and R Vaithilingam, were in tears when they were sworn in.

Govt won't accept any Chinese intrusion along border: Rijiju
India will not accept any kind of intrusion by China along the border and will defend its territory, minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju said on Monday.

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Madison Square Garden programme was overwhelming, Modi tweets
"The programme at Madison Square Garden was overwhelming. It was very special to interact with members of the diaspora. A big thank you," Modi said in a tweet.

Super 30 founder invited to speak at MIT and Harvard
Kumar, who could not study at Cambridge University years ago due to acute financial constraints, will speak at MIT Media Lab, an interdisciplinary research laboratory, on September 30, a media release said.

Modi wins hearts of US lawmakers who describe him as 'inspirational'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi not only won the hearts of NRIs here but also of nearly 40 top US lawmakers who described his words as "inspirational and visionary".

PM Narendra Modi holds talks with top American corporate honchos
Modi is holding talks with over 15 top American corporate honchos, including executives of Google, Boeing and GE, as India looks to attract more overseas investments.

PM Modi outlines goals for India on eve of a visit with Obama
His speech at Madison Square Garden telegraphed a wish list on the eve of his first meeting with US President Obama, while also deftly rallying an influential diaspora to his side.

Maharaja Ranjitsinhji had illegitimate son in UK?

Modi overshadowed Nawaz Sharif at UN: Pakistani daily

Karnataka high court to hear Jaya's bail plea on Tuesday

Search for MH370 enters new underwater phase
The search for MH370 enters a new underwater phase this week with two specialist ships to join the hunt.

Afghanistan to sign US troop deal tomorrow: Report
“We are tired of war,'' Ghani Ahmadzai said in a televised address. “Our message is peace, (but) this doesn't mean we are weak.''

Turkey deploys 35 tanks in border town near Syria

Nawaz Sharif’s disqualification hearing pushed to Oct 2

US-led airstrikes hit 4 Syrian provinces

Iraqi army woos deserters back to war on ISIS

Al-Qaida leader warns of revenge for airstrikes

Modi wins hearts of US lawmakers who describe him as 'inspirational'

Obama says US underestimated the rise of ISIS

John Kerry to skip Afghan president inauguration for Modi's luncheon

US, defending Kurds in Syria, expands airstrikes against Islamic State militants

Britain calls for Hong Kong protest rights to be protected

UK PM David Cameron loses second MP to anti-EU party

Largest hoard of Roman coins ever found in Britain

British fighter jets fly over Iraq, ready to strike: Ministry

PM Modi’s decisions make diaspora feel welcome: Lord Swraj Paul

Five from the Indian diaspora who made a splash at NY event

Sikh-Americans ask Modi to resolve their passport, visa issues

Indian-Americans hail Modi's UNGA speech

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