Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Current Affairs 1 October, 2014

Current Affairs 1 October, 2014 : India and US will jointly take on terror, take off for Mars, PM Narendra Modi also invited Obamas to visit the country. Obama last visited India in 2010.

UP seeks 'no dowry' affidavit

Monsoon season ends with 12% deficit

Puducherry, Meghalaya clock over 10% growth

Congress dreads tough fight in Haryana, Maharashtra

VVIP chopper scam: CBI is yet to file chargesheet

ED bank freeze trips top football clubs

Thank you America, says Modi before leaving for India

‘India and United States: Please Be BFFs’

Gifts with touch of Gandhi and Martin Luther

US slaps sanctions on two Pakistan terror groups for helping LeT

ACB arrests Pradeep Sharma on graft charges

15 million elderly Indians live all alone: Census

Two bodies recovered from mudslide-hit J&K village

Jawan commits suicide in J&K

Babus grumble as Swachh Bharat robs them of their holiday

ED closes money laundering case against Baba Ramdev's aide
Months after the new government assumed power, Enforcement Directorate (ED) has closed the two-year-old money laundering case against yoga guru Baba Ramdev's close aide Balkrishna.

Railways could reap Rs 20,000 crore windfall after HC order on iron ore exporters
A Calcutta high court order on Monday has cleared the way for railways to recover a staggering Rs 20,000 crore from iron ore exporters who misused the subsidized rates meant for domestic consumers.

Petrol price cut; diesel's hits poll code, policy bump
Good times are rolling well into the festive season for petrol consumers. State-run fuel retailers on Tuesday reduced the fuel's price by approximately 54 paise a litre, excluding state taxes, marking the fourth cut since April 1.

Muslim personal law is barbaric: Justice Markandey Katju
Press Council of India chief Markandey Katju on Tuesday described the Muslim personal law as barbaric and backward supporting the imposition of the uniform civil code.

Centre asks state to build storage capacity before launching food security scheme
The central government is not in a hurry to push states to implement Food Security Act (FSA) without first building adequate capacity. The food ministry has even sought details of the preparedness in states where the act is in force.
Current Affairs 2014
HC moved for nod to animal slaughter in housing societies for Eid
Eleven persons belonging to the Muslim community in the city have approached the Bombay high court seeking orders to allow sacrifice of animals at housing societies or other places during Bakri Eid in south Mumbai and the suburbs.

Not easy to quit NDA, decision after talks with Modi: Uddhav Thackeray
Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday said the Shiv Sena would decide on whether or not to quit the NDA after due consideration.

DU, JNU among 10,000 bodies served notice on foreign aid
According to the state-wise list, Andhra Pradesh accounts for the largest number of defaulting associations (1,441), followed by UP (1,167) and Tamil Nadu (1,108).

Vigilance commissioner Rajiv named interim CVC
The government has named vigilance commissioner Rajiv as the acting central vigilance commissioner (CVC) following the completion of tenure of incumbent Pradeep Kumar.

IPL spot-fixing case: Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel declared as proclaimed offenders
A trial court on Tuesday declared underworld dons Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel and another person as proclaimed offenders in connection with the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal case.

Coal scam: CBI files closure report, clean chit to government servants

Coalscam: Court asks passport authorities to take decision

India, China to discuss measures to prevent border flare-ups

Don’t blame Rahul, Sonia tells Pawar

Officials confirm first Ebola case diagnosed in US
US health officials said on Tuesday the first patient infected with the deadly Ebola virus had been diagnosed in the country.

2 suicide bomber attacks in Kabul kill 7, wound 21
Kabul criminal investigation police chief Mohammad Farid Afzali says first attacker Wednesday morning hit a bus with Afghan National Army officers, killing seven and wounding 15 in west Kabul.

Wish burqa was not worn in Australia: PM Tony Abbott

IS forces closing in on Syrian-Kurdish town, despite US air 

Hong Kong protests approach potential National Day flashpoint

Seven additional bodies found on Japan volcano

ISIS could become world's first terrorist state, warns UK

What you need to know about the Ebola outbreak

NAMORICA - INDIA, US hum ‘sath-sath’ tune

California passes law for sex on campus

Secret Service chief: White House breach unacceptable

ISIS could become world's first terrorist state, warns UK

An average Brit spends nearly £50,000 on alcohol

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

UK supports Hong Kong protest

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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