Thursday, September 4, 2014

Current Affairs 4 September, 2014

Current Affairs 4 September, 2014 : Tamil Nadu says no to Guru Utsav, will stick to Teachers' Day, The Jayalalithaa govt is going ahead with organizing Teachers' Day celebrations as it used to do in the previous years.

Love jihad: Court seeks response from UP govt, Centre, EC

Will act as bridge between Keralites and Centre: Sathasivam

Largest offshore patrol vessel INS Sumitra commissioned

Setback for CBI chief, SC refuses to restrain media

India lodges protest with Pak over ceasefire violations

Teachers hold great importance: Modi

92 women raped in India every day, 4 in Delhi

PM plays drums in Japan as India reels under power crisis, 
Rahul Gandhi says

Centre sounds alert as al-Qaida terror video targets India

After 2G probe, Prasahant Bhushan now wants CBI chief out of coal scam probe

At least 50 feared dead as bus falls into river in J&K

Amit Shah to meet Uddhav Thackeray tonight

Will work as Raje's associate: Governor Kalyan Singh

32 killed as bus falls into flooded Jammu river

No reliable data on out-of-school children: Activists

Railway minister Sadananda Gowda's son faces arrest in rape, cheating case : Karthik Gowda, the son of the Union railway minister, has been accused by an actress of raping and cheating her. The court issued an arrest warrant today.

Punjab's first internet de-addiction center to be launched on September 5 : Soon Punjab will get its first internet de addiction centre in Amritsar on September 5.

Indian Navy takes steps to build a thriving naval base in Porbandar : The Indian Navy has chalked out a detailed plan to make its presence in Gujarat robust, beginning with upgrading and strengthening of its aviation assets in Porbandar.

Dalit boy's wrists cut for wearing watch to school in Tamil Nadu : A dalit boy was allegedly attacked and his wrists were cut by his non-dalit seniors in a village in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday night.
Current Affairs 2014
Fake encounters in Manipur: NHRC orders compensation for victims's relatives, The Asian Centre for Human Rights welcomed the decision of the National Human Rights Commission to pay monetary relief of Rs five lakhs each to the relatives of two victims of fake encounter killings.

In driving the desired ‘learner outcomes’, teachers are least satisfied with support received from parents
Teachers have voiced their opinions on the current state of India’s learning environment through ‘Pearson Voice of Teacher Survey 2014’.

NRI landlord needn’t prove ownership to evict tenant, says SC : Non-resident Indians cannot be asked to prove ownership of their property to get their tenants evicted, the Supreme Court has said while overruling a high court order.

PMO briefed about al-Qaida terror threat, video being verified: Rajnath, Union home ministry has asked IB to verify the authenticity of the al-Qaida video which shows Ayman al-Zawahri announcing formation of an Indian branch of his militant group.

After Japan, China readying proposal to join the race to provide bullet trains in India : Not to be left behind after Japan offered help to introduce bullet trains in India beginning with Mumbai-Ahmedabad route, China is readying a proposal to provide highspeed railway to the Modi government during President Xi Jinping's visit here in September third week.

India offers 'abundance' of opportunity, Australian PM Tony Abbot tells business leaders in Mumbai

Flood alert in Srinagar, Jhelum flowing above danger mark

US open to new Gaza resolution if it helps truce
The US is open to a new UN resolution on Gaza but only if it contributes to sustaining the Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire, the US envoy to the UN said.

Saudi religious police issue rare apology for beating Briton
The Saudi religious police issued a rare apology on Tuesday for the beating by its personnel of a British man residing in the kingdom in a supermarket in the capital Riyadh.

South Africa refuses Dalai Lama visa for Nobel summit

Leaders: US, UK will 'not be cowed' by militants

US inquiry to focus on practices of police in Ferguson

Ebola outbreak racing out of control, says UN officials

Commitments on 3 fronts test Obama's foreign policy

Justice department inquiry to focus on practices of police in Ferguson

Ebola outbreak racing out of control, says UN officials

US to hold new nuclear talks with Iran in Geneva

Leaders: US, UK will 'not be cowed' by militants

UK to not give in to ISIS demands: Cameron

ISIS threatens to behead UK hostage; Obama vows to 'destroy' Islamic State

UK royal guard in trouble over silly walks at Buckingham Palace

Indian-origin man among rape accused in UK

NRI landlord needn’t prove ownership to evict tenant, says SC

Lottery to decide who will attend Modi's public reception in US

Indian-born scientist wins prestigious US award

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