Thursday, October 9, 2014

Current Affairs 9 October, 2014

Current Affairs 9 October, 2014 : Mulayam elected SP chief again. Mulayam Singh Yadav was re-elected national president of SP for a record ninth consecutive term.

FIR against Ashok Gehlot, 3 others in land grab case

Stun grenade: NSG admits to 'oversight'

Maharashtra voters put trust over caste, party: Study

Rahul tears into PM over Chinese incursion

Maharashtra polls: Police seize Rs 4.85 lakh stashed in Ajit Pawar's vehicle

'Group captain' Sachin Tendulkar star attraction at IAF Day

Jats see a good bet in Chautala despite taint

Shashi Tharoor remains defiant, AICC to decide

Pak firing kills Samba woman, daughter-in-law

EC team arrives in Srinagar ahead of polls

Severe cyclone Hudhud may hit Andhra, Odisha by Sunday: IMD

CBI clarifies investigating officer's stand in 2G case

Ensure safety of border residents: Omar Abdullah

Soon, every village could have a song of its own

In sign of growing bonhomie, Vietnamese PM to arrive on two-day trip

Railways invites private players to sell tickets
Railways has invited private players to sell tickets of both reserved and unreserved category, inviting ire of employee unions.

India lodges strong protest with Pakistan over border firing
India has "strongly protested" against the firing along the international border in J&K and along LoC, taking up the issue diplomatically with Pakistan.

'India walking into Pak trap with fire for fire'
India's aggressive response to Pakistani firing may not be the best strategy in a year when infiltration has dramatically fallen and J&K state assembly is set for elections, believe several sources within and outside the government.

Food security scheme deadline for states expires
Rolling out the Food Security Act (FSA) across states seems to have dropped down the priority list of the Narendra Modi government.

Boarding pass not needed to claim travelling allowance now
Government officials no longer need to submit boarding passes while claiming travelling allowance (TA).
Current Affairs 2014
Governors should stay within limits: SP
n a rare move, the Samajwadi Party has taken on the Uttar Pradesh governor head on by criticizing his functioning and even calling for abolition of the post itself in its resolution being adopted at the party’s national convention that began here on Wednesday.

Over 500 in race for job of information commissioners
Over 550 people including sitting and former bureaucrats are among the applicants for four vacant posts of information commissioners at the Central Information Commission.

Mulayam elected SP chief for ninth consecutive term
Veteran politician Mulayam Singh Yadav was re-elected unopposed national president of Samajwadi Party for a record ninth consecutive term.

SP, JD(U) share stage, slam BJP
Janata Dal United chief Sharad Yadav and Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav shared the stage on Wednesday heaping praise on each other.

India's tough posture on border has been in place since June
India's tough stance on the border and heavy retaliation to Pakistan's ceasefire violations is not new-found aggression.

DMK seeks Centre's intervention in Tamil Nadu

Jayalalithaa holds talks with lawyers, brainstorms with aides

Old guard still in charge of SP

Japan and United States revising defence plans with eye on China
Japan and the United States are revising their mutual defense guidelines for the first time in nearly two decades to respond to China's military expansion and increase Japan's role in regional defense.

Jihadists advance in Syria border town despite air strikes
Jihadists fighting to take the strategic Syrian border town of Kobane advanced Wednesday despite intensified US-led air strikes, as deadly protests over the fate of its Kurdish residents shook neighbouring Turkey.

Spain euthanizes pet dog of Ebola-infected woman

Beijing upset over India-US reference to South China Sea

Former Pak PM Gilani's son booked for murder

French family of 11 believed to have left for Syria jihad

Stuck in jam, China couple wed via radio

Ebola cost to West Africa economy could top $32 billion: 
World Bank

Thomas Eric Duncan, first Ebola patient diagnosed in US, dies

Why US didn’t share anything on Osama's hideout with Pakistan

US President Obama's own party benches him in this election

London’s Victorian loos are cafes now

British cops foil beheading plot

British scientists discover the world's largest cave in China

At Rs 1.2 lakh, this burger is world’s costliest

Indian schoolgirl suffocated in school bus in UAE

Modi govt moves swiftly to fulfil promises to diaspora

US university names business school after Indian-American

Indians can travel to Ireland, UK on 1 visa

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