Monday, October 6, 2014

Current Affairs 6 October, 2014

Current Affairs 6 October, 2014 : Just one person checking planes instead of 7? It has emerged that most airlines use only one person to conduct security checks on aircraft instead of 7 as required.

Will not return to Maharashtra politics, Nitin Gadkari says

IB gets photo of Kalyan youth with ISIS flag?

Saradha money trail: CBI finds Singapore angle

In Haryana, Mayawati harps on non-jat CM

Chautalas disrespecting Devi Lal, Haryana CM Hooda says

Japanese tourist under Ebola scanner in Imphal

Jet Airways flight from Dammam hits air pocket, six hurt

Will not return to Maharashtra politics, Nitin Gadkari says

Diggy-Amrita pictures leaked from Manila?

Coalition era over, give BJP clear mandate: PM Modi

Road safety bill should take care of drivers’ working conditions, experts say

West Bengal TT players under CBI scanner for fudging age records

HC to hear CBI plea against Chautala on Monday

Rich are now being held accountable, Ex-CVC Pradeep Kumar says

4 killed, 25 hurt as Pak fires at Indian posts, civilian areas in J&K's Arnia

Majoritarianism must not influence policy decisions
Fears about ‘majoritarianism’ dictating policy and legislative actions of Modi government got fanned by live telecast of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief’s speech by Doordarshan.

Disabled youth, NIT spar over grace marks
Physically challenged Chandan Singh and NIT, Tiruchirappalli, are caught in a curious blame game.

Patna stampede: Centre raps state for rejecting assistance
The Centre has locked horns with Bihar government over the Dussehra stampede in Patna which claimed at least 33 lives and left many seriously injured.

'Common foe' BJP may reunite Raj, Uddhav in Maharashtra after polls
A common anti-BJP agenda could pave way for the estranged Thackeray cousins to sink differences and team up to articulate Maharashtra's regional aspirations, say observers.

Jaya protests hit students: Tuesday declared holiday in Tamil Nadu
Colleges affiliated to Anna University and schools have dragged students into the protests over the conviction of chief minister J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case by declaring Tuesday a holiday to show solidarity with the AIADMK supremo.
Current Affairs 2014
Ramadoss asks DMK to intervene in Jayalalithaa's bail plea
PMK founder S Ramadoss on Sunday demanded that the DMK intervene in the bail petition filed by AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa in the Karnataka high court.

DMK convenes meet to review law and order situation in TN
Short of demanding President's rule in Tamil Nadu, DMK has convened a meeting of its district secretaries on October 8 to discuss the "deteriorating" law and order situation in the light of protests by the AIADMK activists across the state condemning the conviction of its leader J Jayalalithaa.

PM Narendra Modi has several big-ticket summits lined up in November
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will embark on a second spree of big ticket summits in November and will concentrate on Asia.

Modi tears into Pawar, spares Balasaheb’s Sena
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday launched a scathing attack on Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president Sharad Pawar, but steered clear of taking on estranged ally Shiv Sena “out of respect for Balasaheb Thackeray”.

Jayalalithaa DA case: Fresh bank account for foster son's wedding a novel story, court says
The special court that convicted former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa in a disproportionate assets case has observed that the claims of a fresh bank account being opened to meet the expenses of her foster son V N Sudhakaran’s marriage in 1995 was ‘novel story’ put up by the defence.

Major Cabinet reshuffle likely soon

Nasty posts on social media are new riot triggers

Violence in Ahmedabad ahead of Eid

Food quality yet to improve on trains

Hong Kong civil servants back at work as protests subside
As the number of protesters dwindled, Hong Kong civil servants returned to work at the government's headquarters on Monday.  

Nato can put troops wherever it wants, new secretary general says
New Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said on Sunday that the Western alliance could deploy its forces wherever it wants, apparently calling into question post-Cold War agreements that have been shaken by Russia's actions in Crimea and Ukraine.

Harvard students receive apology for threat message

Underwater search for flight MH370 resumes

Biden calls UAE prince to clarify remarks on Syria

Ebola could reach France, UK by end-Oct: Scientists

Australian jets fly first mission against IS in Iraq

Harvard students receive second email apologizing for threatening message

US Ebola patient is 'fighting for his life', official says

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

US navy to deploy armed, robotic patrol boats

Britain wants ‘Jihadi John’, dead or alive

Family of Alan Henning accuses UK government of not doing enough to save him

Britain planning US-navy seals style raid of bin laden on ISIS

Libya militants release British teacher David Bolam after 5 months

Shrien Dewani's honeymoon murder trial to start from Monday

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

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