Sunday, September 7, 2014

Current Affairs 7 September, 2014

Current Affairs 7 September, 2014 : Modi wants to be 'radio active', Modi on Saturday invited suggestions from people to connect on radio, asking them to extend their ideas on government's digital platform MyGov for this purpose.

UP cops' biased stand will help BJP win: Amit Shah

Chhattisgarh to develop Sirpur to woo foreign tourists

Onam celebrated in Kerala, PM wishes people

VK Singh wants govt to fight Rath's acquittal

J&K will identify land for Pandits in 2 months: Rajnath

CAG rips Andhra government on bauxite mining

57-year-old ex-govt doctor dies due to ‘starvation’

Kerala BJP seeks discontinuation of Ranganath report on 

NSG trains commandos to handle hostage crisis situations

Modi effect? Favouritism in govt decisions down, India 
improves global rank

Chicago-Delhi Air India flight diverted to Toronto

Govt to go ahead with key appointments without LoP

Army resumes search for two missing soldiers

J&K battles worst floods since Independence, PM in state to review situation

Child marriage worse than rape, Delhi court says

Kolkata slumgirl's story to be made into Hollywood film
The inspiring story of Jilian Haslam, a girl brought up in abject poverty in the slums of Kolkata who metamorphosed into a successful entrepreneur in London will soon be made into a Hollywood film.

We will reach you: Omar Abdullah to flood victims
Chief minister Omar Abdullah on Sunday promised the people of Jammu and Kashmir that help will reach them soon and asked them not to panic.

After Syria and Iraq, Islamic State makes inroads in India and Pakistan
Islamist militants of various hues already hold sway across restive and impoverished areas of South Asia, but IS is starting to attract younger radicals in the region.

Mathematical model coming up to forewarn of floods, landslides
A year after the devastating deluge in Uttarakhand, Central Water Commission (CWC) is developing mathematical models to "quickly" assess the extent of damage landslides may cause in the Himalayan states of the country.

'Sathasivam did nothing wrong by becoming governor'
Many articles and statements have appeared in several newspapers and journals criticizing Justice Sathasivam, former Chief Justice of India, for having accepted the post of governor of Kerala.
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CJI post too revered to be exposed to doubts'
The appointment of former CJI P Sathasivam as Kerala governor has triggered a debate on the propriety of post-retirement assignments for judges.

Heroes emerge amid loot and arson in Saharanpur
The July riots left a trail of burnt shops and broken people. But a bunch of ordinary men and women rose above the communal frenzy exemplifying courage and character.

Sabavala's 'Flight into Egypt' fetches world record Rs 3 crore
Works by Jehangir Sabavala, who died after a year-long battle with lung cancer in Mumbai in 2011, have been scaling the auction ladder in recent years.

RSS delivers anti-love jihad lessons using anthropological research
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has turned to anthropology in its latest diatribe against cross-community love.

300 Char Dham pilgrims stranded, yatra suspended again
About 300 devotees, either on their way to Kedarnath or returning from the shrine, were stranded after a massive landslide near Gaurikund in Rudraprayag district on Saturday.

Soon, single RTO visit will be sufficient

Narendra Modi wants to be 'radio active', seeks people's views

Centre asks CBI to probe missing Indian museum official case

French ex-hostage identifies his captor in Syria
A French journalist held hostage for months by extremists in Syria identified one of his captors Saturday as a Frenchman suspected of later killing four.

Blasts heard near Donetsk airport in Ukraine
Ukraine, Russia and the Kremlin-backed separatists signed a ceasefire deal in the Belarusian capital Minsk in an effort to end more than four months of bloodshed in the region.

US air strikes target militants near Iraq's Haditha Dam

Myanmar cancels planned parliamentary byelection

Imran Khan threatens to drag Pak’s PM to court

Nearly 20,000 Chinese couples allowed a second child

Wreckage of US plane believed sunk in ocean, Jamaica says

Storms cut power to more than 600,000 in US

North Korea announces trial date for detained American Matthew Miller

UN Security Council condemns 'heinous' Sotloff murder

Obama delays acting on immigration until after November elections

Imran Khan threatens to drag Pakistan’s prime minister to court

Prominent Shia leader, his guard shot dead in Pakistan

12 injured as 4.5 magnitude earthquake strikes Pakistan

Sikh man gunned down in northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar

Indian-Americans fared better than others during recession: US report

PIO buys Liz Hurley kiss for $81,000

In his heart, every Indian feels white: Playwright Sujit Saraf

Indian held in UAE with fake visa

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