Thursday, October 2, 2014

Current Affairs 2 October, 2014

Current Affairs 2 October, 2014 : China entered Sikkim during Ladakh face-off. Days before the Chumar standoff gained ferocity, sources say, China had similarly built a road 400m into Indian territory in the central part of Ladakh LAC.

'Arun Jaitley likely to be discharged soon'

Punjabis in drug cartels add new twist to menace

Court orders FIR against Ashok Gehlot in land case

Tejas moves closer to final clearance, induction

Modi to campaign in Haryana, Maharashtra from Oct 4

Govt notifies PIO cards valid for lifelong

High voltage media campaign to showcase Gandhi and his message of 'Swachh India'

CIC asks Tihar to make Afzal Guru's death warrant public

Mahatma Gandhi also spoke about non-violence, harmony, 
Congress tells Modi

Birds of a feather flock together: Congress on Shah-DP Yadav show

Narendra Modi has compromised on IPR: Congress

Three Army officers die in chopper crash

Protests continue against Jaya conviction, festive mood reduces fervour

Just retired CVC favours external system of oversight for CBI

US sanctions on Pak-based terror outfits

This IAS officer has been cleaning his room since 1993
UP cadre IAS officer Ajay Shankar Pandey has been sweeping his office every day since 1993 when he took charge as sub-divisional magistrate of Etmadpur tehsil in Agra.

Navy projects blue water muscle with long range deployment in Indian Ocean region
Four Indian warships on Wednesday set sail from Mumbai on a long overseas deployment to East Africa and beyond to build "maritime bridges" with countries in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR).

CBI snubbed for contradictory stands in coal scam report
Dissatisfied with CBI's probe in a coal block allocation scam case, a special court on Wednesday observed that a "better investigation" was expected from the agency.

J&K HC starts working from judge's home
The unprecedented floods did not spare even Jammu and Kashmir high court complex with ten feet water submerging the court building while the subordinate courts were under 12 feet of water .

O Panneerselvam gets down to work, sends letter to PM
Reconciling to the idea that AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa is likely to remain in the Parapana Agrahara prison until Oct 7 when her bail plea would be taken up by the Karnataka high court, the new CM O Panneerselvam got down to work, sending a letter to the PM Narendra Modi on the fishermen issue and greeting people for Vijayadasami.
Current Affairs 2014
Jayalalithaa let other accused stay in house as part of plot to amass wealth, said judge
A trail of suspicious financial transactions and seizure of assets apart, AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa’s decision to allow the other three accused — N Sasikalaa, V N Sudhakaran and J Elavarasi ​— to stay in her Poes Garden residence during her first stint as chief minister from 1991 to 1996 also nailed her in the disproportionate assets case.

US to help Vizag get a smart makeover
Putting the 'City of Destiny' on the global map, the United States has agreed to be the lead partner for developing Vizag as a smart city.

KCR has solution to women's quota imbroglio
Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao made a radical proposal to provide reservation for women in the Parliament and state legislatures.

Narendra Modi's 'Mission US' and how he went about it
One of the important objectives of Modi's US visit was to woo the Indian-American community, which is among the wealthiest, best educated and influential.

Telangana stir cases against 690 persons lifted
The Telangana government on Wednesday delivered a Dasara gift by providing relief to 690 persons against whom police cases were filed during the agitation for separate Telangana.

Chai garam: Tea-seller Modi turns on the sales pitch in US

Modi's popularity spreading beyond India, says Advani

Bapu-inspired garbas sent British spinning

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan: PM Narendra Modi to wield broom to give India a new image

Seashore Group got state govt's patronage: Minister

Take spinsterhood vow to adopt abandoned child, lady cop told

No breather for Jayalalithaa as HC adjourns bail plea

US Secret Service director resigns over security breaches
"Today Julia Pierson, the director of the United States Secret Service, offered her resignation, and I accepted it," Homeland Security secretary Jeh Johnson said in a statement.

US, China air differences over Hong Kong protests
The top US and Chinese diplomats publicly aired differences on Wednesday over the protests in Hong Kong, where students want democratic changes to the electoral system.

Ebola death toll passes 3,300: WHO

Florida man convicted in loud music case

Iraqi pilots supply food, arms to rebels by mistake

Saudi overhaul reshapes Islam's holiest city Mecca

Missing girl rescue in Mexico after 12 years

Florida man convicted in loud music case

US Secret Service director resigns over security breaches

New York Times to cut jobs as new products disappoint

Turkey mulls military action against IS

Queen seeks chewing gum ‘remover’

UK’s RAF take part in air strikes

British girl murdered in Thailand was raped: Police

Cameron announces tax cut for 25m Britons if brought back to power in next election

Narendra Modi comes good on PIO card pledge

Two arrested for murder of Indian in Dubai

Indian woman charged with fraud in Singapore

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

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