Friday, October 3, 2014

Current Affairs 3 October, 2014

Current Affairs 3 October, 2014 : Doordarshan telecasts RSS chief’s speech live, stirs controversy. DD’s live telecast of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s speech today caused uproar in political circles.

Only Sena has right to take decisions on culture, people: Sena

Modi's visit re-energizes India-US ties: White House

SC declines urgent hearing plea of Sahara chief

DMK alleges breakdown of law and order in Tamil Nadu

NSA Ajit Doval discusses India-US security cooperation with Kerry

Maharashtra BJP to survey voters’ sentiment on saffron split

Jayalalithaa spent Rs three crore on foster son's wedding, court says

17-year-old girl killed, 4 injured in Pakistan shelling along the LoC in J&K

Govt slammed over live telecast of RSS chief's address on Doordarshan

Harbour no grouse against Sonia: Pawar on end of Cong-NCP ties

Kashmir never came up in Modi-Obama talks, officials say

Woman sets herself ablaze upset over Jayalalithaa’s conviction

Four months after assuming charge, Andhra CM 
Chandrababu Naidu gets an office

RSS chief's speech covered just like a news event: Doordarshan

Two of the richest candidates in Maharashtra belong to BJP

Actor Salman Khan accepts PM's 'Clean India' invite
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has accepted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Swachh Bharat' challenge to clean public places.

Jayalalithaa conviction: AIADMK calls for 12 hour bandh tomorrow
AIADMK has called for a 12 hour bandh in all four regions of Puducherry — Karaikal, Mahe and Yanam tomorrow in protest against the 'false case' imposed on party leader Jayalalithaa, who has been convicted in an illegal assets case.

Issues raised by Bhagwat are relevant, Narendra Modi says
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday hailed the Dussehra address of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and said the issues of social reform he raised are "very relevant" today.

Text of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat's Vijayadashami speech
In an address that was telecast live on national broadcaster Doordarshan, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat patted the Narendra Modi government for initiatives on national security, economy and international relations in a short period of four months.

In first radio address, Modi says the nation belongs to people, not the govt
PM Modi today said he will interact with people via radio regularly. Modi, in an address on AIR, also said these interactions will be generally held on Sundays at 11am.
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Cleanliness in social life is best tribute to Mahatma Gandhiji: Gujarat CM
Gujarat chief minister Anandiben Patel on Thursday called on the citizens of Gujarat to follow the path of “Cleanliness in Social Life” adopted by father of nation Mahatma Gandhiji, which had inspired others too.

Doordarshan telecasts RSS chief’s speech live, stirs controversy
DD’s live telecast of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s speech today caused uproar in political circles with Congress and CPM criticizing the national broadcaster's decision.

DD telecasts RSS chief’s Vijayadashami address live
In an important political first, Doordarshan has telecast the annual Vijayadashami speech of RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in Nagpur live on Friday.

PM Narendra Modi to speak on All India Radio today
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to connect with the people today through national broadcaster All India Radio.

'I don't want Shiv Sena to be a small ally of BJP', says Uddhav
Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday cautioned former Mahayuti partners to remain alert about the BJP saying that if the party could be "treacherous" to its 25-year-old friend, then new friends should be aware.

Srinagar passport office shifted to Jammu

Sikh body to print holy book abroad

Modi govt has forgotten Lal Bahadur Shastri: Son

Success of 'Swachh Bharat' campaign depends on states

Egypt judge in mass death sentence cases removed
The Egyptian judge who oversaw cases against supporters of the country's ousted president, has been removed from his criminal court.

Ex-News of the World news editor admits phone hacking
A former news editor at Rupert Murdoch's now-defunct tabloid 'News of the World' today admitted to hacking phones of celebrities like Jude Law and Paul McCartney while at the newspaper, becoming the eight person to be convicted in connection with the case.

Albania PM to visit Serbia after 68 years

Some see racial bias behind Secret Service's recent lapses

Barack Obama expresses interest in yoga

Israel on alert as Jewish, Muslim holiday coincide

Latvia holds election with Ukraine on its mind

Some see racial bias behind the US Secret Service's recent lapses in protecting Obama

Barack Obama expresses interest in yoga

Nato general calls for 'more bang for the buck' from arms makers

Liberia to prosecute man who brought Ebola to US

Ex-News of the World news editor admits phone hacking

Former Bengal governor warns of 'minorities forming political outfits'

Scotland banks on Rajnikanth to spike Indian tourist numbers

President of Sierra Leone fails to reach London to attend Ebola summit

Families of Indian youths jailed in Kuwait demand their release

New Sikh school approved in UK

Narendra Modi comes good on PIO card pledge

Two arrested for murder of Indian in Dubai

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