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Current Affairs 21 October, 2014

Current Affairs 21 October, 2014 : Uddhav Thackeray calls BJP chief twice, but no sign yet of breakthrough. TOI  had reported that the Shiv Sena president had spoken with Shah in what is being seen as an attempt to reach out to the B

NCP split with Cong to back BJP: Prithviraj Chavan

Javadekar frowns upon ban on TV channels

NIA probes TMC link to blast house in Bengal

Focus on desi cows to up milk yield

JD(U) politicizing Bihar's special status issue: BJP

Tribals lynch 3 Maoists in Vizag

UP governor's remarks on law and order raises SP's hackles

Sardar Patel's school to be converted into memorial

Did another A-380 shake up Singapore Airlines Airbus big bird?

Pvt security ring for Navjot Singh Sidhu

Wife’s cruel behaviour a ground for divorce: HC

Malegaon voters' verdict against divisive politics

VVIP chopper deal case: Businessman Gautam Khaitan denied bail

Delhi HC restrains P A Sangma from 'repeating defamatory' 
statements against Mukul M Sangma

2G case: Order on framing of charges on October 31

Nitish Kumar revives stir for special status to Bihar, but targets BJP
Former Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Monday made his first public appearance after stepping down in May and sat on a dharna as part of a statewide protest against the Narendra Modi government going back on its poll promise of providing special category status to Bihar.

Mars Orbiter Mission was closest to comet Siding Spring
Isro’s Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) is healthy compared to other spacecrafts despite being closest to comet Siding Spring when it flew past the Red Planet on Sunday night.

Adviser to Gujarat CM to lend expertise to water resources ministry
Navalawala, who had also served as secretary in ministry of water resources during 2001-02, will be the chief adviser of this expert committee having two other members as advisers.

Work for poor: PM to AIIMS students
Prime Minister Narendra Modi exhorted AIIMS students to work for the poor.

Top J&K cop dismisses ISIS threat
Unidentified youth seen waving ISIS flags in Srinagar have no knowledge about the group and wave the “black color flags just for fun”, a top Jammu & Kashmir police officer said on Monday.
Current Affairs 2014
Flood-hit residents to get free duplicate passports
People who lost their passports to the recent floods in Kashmir would get their duplicate copies without any fee.

NIA probes TMC link to blast house
Three NIA officials, led by DSP Vijayendra Singh, have begun the probe to find out whether there was a Trinamool Congress party office above the garage at the Khagragarh blast house.

Burdwan blast a BJP ploy, Kabir Suman says
In a surprising development, Kabir Suman said that the Burdwan blast is only a BJP ploy to destabilize the state government.

Bhupinder Singh Hooda: From 2-time CM to not even leader of opposition
During his second straight term as the Haryana chief minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda had to contend with fierce hostility from within Congress and opponents alike over various issues like lopsided development, misuse of change of land use (CLU) to favour big corporates, favouritism in selections for government jobs and corruption.

CBI chief meets Arun Shourie in Hind Zinc selloff case
The CBI has approached attorney general Mukul Rohatgi for his opinion on whether to further probe the divestment of stake in Hindustan Zinc Ltd in 2002 when Arun Shourie was disinvestment minister.

Modi gives tips to mantris on governance

Maharashtra elections 2014: BJP voters upset as party drags its feet on NCP support

Despite the electoral duds, Congress says its future is in Rahul’s hand

CEO of oil giant Total SA killed in Moscow plane crash
De Margerie, 63, a graduate of the Ecole Superieure de Commerce business school in Paris, became chief executive officer of Total in February 2007, taking on the additional role of chairman in May 2010, after previously running its exploration and production division.

US issues stricter guidelines for medics treating Ebola
US health authorities on Monday issued stricter guidelines for protecting health care workers against Ebola after two Texas nurses were infected while caring for a Liberian patient.

Democracy would see poor people dominate vote: Hong Kong leader

Communist Party of China begins annual plenum with 'rule of law'

Facebook sues lawyers over 'scam' lawsuit for stake

US man charged with killing Saudi college student

Al-Qaida attacks kill at least 33 people in Yemen

Alabama state House speaker indicted on corruption charges

US approves sale of $600 million in tank ammunition to Iraq

US issues stricter guidelines for medics treating Ebola

US man charged with killing Saudi college student

Britain's Prince William and wife Kate's second child due in April

WHO won't discuss Ebola mistakes document

WHO declares Senegal Ebola free

ISIS jihadists training pilots to fly seized jets

British-Indian Shrien Dewani's wife planned to divorce him before murder, court told

NRIs set up firm to promote Indian events in UK

Indian-American jailed in US for selling fake sculptures

Indian American doctor honoured

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