Sunday, October 5, 2014

Current Affairs 5 October, 2014

Current Affairs 5 October, 2014 : Stampede, CM promises action against ‘guilty’ officials. CM also refused to oblige the opposition BJP leadership which is demanding his resignation over the Gandhi Maidan stampede.

CM Tarun Gogoi kicks off 'Clean Assam Campaign'

Bengal blast: Two women remanded in custody

Woman dies after being forced to eat cow dung

Over 4 lakh still hit, flood crisis remains grim: Assam govt

Nitish Kumar to campaign for INLD in Haryana

No Eid celebrations for Najma Heptulla

West Bengal under Mamata a safe haven for jihadists, BJP says

World to study Ahmedabad’s happiness quotient

I will not utter a word against Shiv Sena as a mark of respect 
to Bal Thackeray, Prime Minister Modi says

Modi in Maharashtra, promises ‘rapid growth’ for state

No animal sacrifice in Kullu Dussehra this time

Heavy firing by Pakistani troops in Mendhar, Sawjian sector of Poonch

Dussehra disaster in Patna: Chief minister promises action against officials ‘guilty of lapses’

Foster son's mega marriage proved to be Jaya's undoing

Officials in Tamil Nadu retract, but fail to save Jayalalithaa from jail term

Soldier killed, another wounded in IED blast in J&K
An Army solider was killed while another was wounded when an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) went off at Mendhar near the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu & Kashmir’s Poonch district on Saturday.

Two hurt in cross-border firing near Jammu
Two civilians were wounded as Pakistan Rangers fired on forward Indian positions at Arnia along the international border near Jammu on Saturday.

Rajasthan girl’s battle against child marriage makes it to CBSE course
Infamous for its tradition of child marriages, Rajasthan has also had its share of brave hearts who have defied marital bonds tied when they were toddlers.

Air India's boarding passes on 'first-come, first-served' basis
Several Air India flyers have complained of being denied their booked seat with the airline saying boarding passes were being provided on a ‘first-come, first-serve’ basis.

Polio scare as child in UP's Hardoi shows symptoms
The polio scare is back with doctors in Hardoi suspecting that an 18-month-old boy could be suffering from it.

Woman dies after being forced to eat cow dung, drink kerosene
A woman forced by her parents-in-law to eat cow dung and drink detergent powder mixed with water and kerosene oil died after being brought home from hospital in Bareilly. 
Current Affairs 2014
Modi slams NCP-Cong, ignores ex-ally Sena
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday flagged off the BJP’s Maharashtra election campaign from Beed, assailing both the Congress and NCP for “corruption” and urging the people to give the BJP an absolute majority in the state. 

IM men killed making IEDs in Trinamool leader's house
Two suspected Indian Mujahideen militants were killed in Bengal’s Burdwan town when an IED they were allegedly making exploded in the house of a Trinamool Congress leader.

Money credited into accounts helped nail Jayalalithaa
In the final tally, AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa could not provide any convincing source for Rs 2.56 crore credited into her two bank accounts while she was Tamil Nadu chief minister.

Sudhakaran marriage cost Jaya dear
A tenth of the 1,136-page verdict that special judge John Michael Cunha delivered on September 27 convicting former chief minister J Jayalalithaa and her three associates in the disproportionate assets case has been devoted to the wedding of her disowned foster son V N Sudhakaran.

Muslim outfits in Kerala back Yesudas's remarks against girls wearing jeans

Tonk royals abandon practice of sacrificing camel

BJP counters Sonia Gandhi's charges against Modi government

ISIS document discloses plans to seize Iran's nuclear secrets
The group urged its members to plan for war with Iran and has ambitions to seize Tehran's nuclear secrets.

Police kill seven Taliban militants in Pakistan
Pakistan police on Sunday killed seven Taliban insurgents during a raid in the port city of Karachi, police said.

Kurds clash with militants closing in on Syrian town

French teen girl stopped 'on way to jihad in Syria'

Doctor successfully treated for Ebola hospitalized

Latvia coalition holds power as pro-Putin force tops seats

US navy to deploy armed, robotic patrol boats

‘The flying housewife’: Geraldine Mock, first woman to fly 
solo around the world, dies at 88

US navy to deploy armed, robotic patrol boats

Doctor successfully treated for Ebola hospitalized

US disease control agents remove sick passenger from flight in Newark: Report

British Prime Minister David Cameron orders spy chiefs to 
hunt down ‘Jihadi John’

British captive in Libya released

British hostage's killers must be found, David Cameron says

John Cantlie's father makes emotional appeal for son's release

NGO in France plans to boost Sikh identity

Indian-origin Stanford professor wins top US award for science

Families of Indian youths jailed in Kuwait demand their release

New Sikh school approved in UK

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