Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Current Affairs 30 September, 2014

Current Affairs 30 September, 2014 : Jaya to remain in jail, bail plea adjourned till Oct 6. Jayalalithaa maintains that the charges of amassing wealth against her were false and that she had acquired property through legal means.

Suspended IAS officer Pradeep Sharma arrested

Won't permit import of Chinese firecrackers: Govt

Cong fields 27 women; BJP 21 in Maharashtra polls

India, US special forces train together in Uttarakhand

Over 1.36 lakh Indian pilgrims reach Saudi Arabia for Haj

Prithviraj Chavan lacked coalition mindset: Sharad Pawar

PM Narendra Modi pays tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at 
memorial near Indian embassy

Jayalalithaa imprisonment: AIADMK worker ends life in Coimbatore, suicide rate rises to 18

Modi-Obama bonhomie trickles down to India-US exercise

Special bench of Karnataka HC to hear Jayalalithaa's bail plea tomorrow

Uddhav says 'leaving NDA not easy', will talk to PM Modi before snapping ties

Car of railway minister's cavalcade hits man

Diamond workers in Gujarat underpaid

Terrorism in India exported, not home-grown: Modi

Jayalalithaa imprisonment: Cop attempts suicide at DGP office in Chennai

'Chalein Saath Saath': Modi, Obama write first joint editorial
The two sides issued an expansive vision statement titled ''Chalein Saath Saath'' (Forward Together We Go), and in a surprise move, Modi and Obama essayed a joint op-ed that will appear in a prominent newspaper.

PM Narendra Modi charms 2 powerpuff girls in US
Among Narendra Modi's numerous meetings in New York, two stood out for the quality of his interlocutors. Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu Congresswoman (from Hawaii), gifted the PM the copy of the Gita she used to take oath of office.

16 fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan naval personnel
Sixteen fishermen have been arrested by Sri Lankan naval personnel for allegedly fishing in the island nation's territorial waters off Neduntheevu.

Jayalalithaa to remain in jail, bail plea adjourned till Oct 6
Eminent lawyer Ram Jethmalani has drafted the bail application citing Jayalalithaa's medical condition and that the fine imposed was not conforming to the PCA 1988 Act.

Had a wonderful meeting with Obama: Modi
"With President Barack Obama. We had a wonderful meeting and talked about a wide range of issues," posted Modi on his Facebook account.
Current Affairs 2014
RSS raps BJP for breaking alliance, Shiv Sena says
The RSS has criticized the state BJP for snapping the 25-year-old partnership with it last week, the Shiv Sena said in its party mouthpiece on Tuesday.

DU's Sanskrit dept kickstarts project to prove Aryans were not foreigners
Delhi University's Sanskrit department has thrown its weight behind a project that could possibly rewrite history to fit the Sangh Parivar's view of India's past — a move that's likely to gain political colour considering the resounding victory of the Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party in the general election.

IRS officer granted bail
A trial court has granted bail to a senior IRS officer, who was earlier arrested by CBI for allegedly diluting I-T appraisal reports of arms dealer Suresh Nanda's companies, in a money laundering case lodged by Enforcement Directorate (ED).

Health insurance scheme to be rolled out by this year's end
The NDA government's flagship project, health insurance scheme for all, is likely to be rolled out in different phases by the end of this year. Health minister Harsh Vardhan said on Monday that the details on health facilities to be covered in the scheme have been discussed at the ministry level and also the Prime Minister's Office (PMO).

Trial court to frame charges in 2G scam on Oct 20
A trial court on Monday fixed October 20 for pronouncing its order on framing of charges in a 2G scam related money laundering case against former Telecom Minister A Raja, Kanimozhi and others.

Armed forces fight IGNOU's decision to scrap courses for personnel

Leave note for successor, says DoPT note to babus

Kem Cho Mr PM? Obama asks Modi; Michelle Obama not present at dinner

Congress takes barbs at Modi over 'Gandhi slip'

Afghans prepare to sign deal with US allowing troops to stay
Ghani (C) was declared winner of the election last week after prolonged wrangling with his main rival, former foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah.

Kurd troops attack ISIS on three fronts in Iraq
Kurdish troops backed by warplanes battled the Islamic State group on three fronts in northern Iraq today, clawing back land they lost to the jihadists in recent months.

Ebola-hit Liberia staring into the abyss

Fears over fresh eruption cancel Japan volcano search

Man raped while urinating in bushes at Germany's 

UK supports Hong Kong protest

Goan origin Costa is Portugal's PM candidate

Armed intruder at White House made it as far as East Room

US unveils $83 million in aid for South Sudan

Modi wins hearts of US lawmakers who describe him as 

Obama says US underestimated the rise of ISIS

British European Union exit 'wouldn't break my heart', PM Cameron says

UK supports Hong Kong protest

Britain calls for Hong Kong protest rights to be protected

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

19th Indian jailed for rioting in Singapore's Little India

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

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