Friday, September 5, 2014

Current Affairs 5 September, 2014

Current Affairs 5 September, 2014  : 'Democratic' Modi encouraging young talent: Naidu, Venkaiah Naidu rejected allegations that there is centralisation of power in the hands of the PM.

Anti-Hooda camp flexes muscle in Haryana

Cabinet resolution hails PM's successful Japan visit

'Mary Kom' buzz bypasses Manipur

NACO no more an independent wing

Arrest warrant issued against Karthik Gowda

Kiran Bedi lauds Modi govt's 100-day rule

EC steps up efforts to enroll voters in Maharashtra

Secular Hindus allies, don't need al-Qaida: Indian Muslims

Al-Qaida's jihad call a recruitment gimmick?

Al-Qaida's India wing: New outfit may be drawn from IM, SIMI

SC to deliver verdict on encounter killings soon

Free tablets for Maharashtra students if Shiv Sena comes to power

'Justice Sathasivam has let down the judiciary'

Sathasivam vows not to be a politician

49 feared dead as bus washed away in Rajouri

Naidu brushes aside row over CBI chief, says govt wants to change agency's image : Naidu evaded a direct reply to a question on whether the government would go ahead with the passage of the three anti-corruption measures including one on delivery of services.

Rahul is right, Modi govt unable to check vegetable prices
Government data shows that prices of potato, onion and tomato has increased since Modi government came to power across major cities.

Meeting of state ministers called to push smart cities vision
In its bid to finalise the roadmap for NDA's flagship scheme "100 smart cities" the Centre has called a meeting of state urban development ministers on September 12 for consultation

India, Singapore to exchange defence technology
India and Singapore on Thursday decided to step up bilateral military ties, from joint exercises to cooperation in defence technology, during their 9th Defence Policy Dialogue (DPD) held in the city-state.

Sathasivam denies any quid pro quo for gubernatorial assignment : Sathasivam refuted claims that he was made governor for his verdict in a case involving BJP president Amit Shah as "completely wrong".
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Undeterred by criticism, Rahul Gandhi sticks to his strategy to put organisation in order : Rahul Gandhi is undeterred by the chatter about his political abilities, focused as he is on putting the organization in order before making any show of his leadership of Congress in public.

Moin Qureshi: From small time meat exporter to Capital's power elite : Leading meat exporter Moin Qureshi is once again in the limelight after a controversy broke out over a visitors' diary at the CBI director's residence revealing many undesirable persons were his frequent guests.

'Democratic' Modi encouraging young talent, Venkaiah Naidu says : Parliamentary affairs minister M Venkaiah Naidu rejected allegations that there is centralisation of power in the hands of the PM.

IRCTC denies any 'special favours' to Saradha
In a statement, the railways PSU admitted that Saradha Tours & Travels was on its panel as one of the sales agents but insisted no "special favour or privilege" was extended to it.

Congress's 'Gen Next' leaders draw red line for elders
Without taking any name, the AICC secretaries have stressed that the senior leaders pointing fingers at the Gandhis have been the heart and soul of decision-making in the party.

Prashant Bhushan seeks probe into Ranjit Sinha's home meetings

New Andhra capital to come up around Vijayawada

Most teachers get a pittance for pay

India is world's suicide capital with 2.6 lakh cases/year

ISIS fears give Americans the jitters before 9/11
The United States, particularly its conservative circles, are working themselves into a lather over possible threats to the American mainland from the so-called Islamic State (IS/ISIS/ISIL) terrorists.

Former Virginia governor and wife convicted of corruption
Former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell and his wife were convicted on Thursday of using his office to promote a dietary supplement in exchange for gifts in a public corruption case that derailed the career of a onetime rising Republican star.

Editor, PR executives held in China for extortion

S Africa denies visa to Dalai for 3rd time

China president ‘cancels’ Pak trip over crisis

Hurricane Norbert heads up Mexico's Pacific coast

Nato backs Kiev with words and sanctions

Hurricane Norbert heads up Mexico's Pacific coast

Former Virginia governor and wife convicted of corruption

US open to new Gaza resolution if it helps truce

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 pleads guilty to visa fraud in US

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

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