Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Current Affairs 4 November, 2014

Current Affairs 4 November, 2014 : India should follow Japan, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat says, RSS chief, Mohan Bhagwat, believes India can grow “only when it will follow the Japanese”.

US to partner Vibrant Gujarat 2015

Sugar prices fall in UP, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu

Terminated JD(U) MLAs move HC against ruling

India likely to get car-safety norms in 4-5 years

Congress's Kharge on CIC selection panel

Maoist outfit PLFI kill 7 in Jharkhand

Not right to ‘target’ Vadra, Ambika Soni says

Hizb commander organized attacks from jail: NIA

Government appoints Hasmukh Adhia as new financial services secretary

India, Pakistan businessmen worried as border trade is suspended

Wagah beating retreat: Pakistan’s U-turn leaves BSF fuming

Qaida stamp on border blast worries India

Diesel price cuts not easing freight rates

Ghulam Nabi Azad’s renomination to Rajya Sabha hinges on 

Congress's performance in J&K

Panel proposes axing 73 more obsolete laws

J&K party approaches SC to defer state polls
Accusing the Election Commission of colluding with the BJP, Jammu & Kashmir Awami National Conference on Monday said it has filed a writ petition in the Supreme Court seeking postponing of the assembly elections due later this month.

Ghulam Nabi Azad cautions against politics of polarization
Former Jammu & Kashmir chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday asked people of Jammu & Kashmir’s Chenab valley to unite against “conspiracies being hatched by outside forces to divide them".

2 youths killed in Army firing on vehicle in J&K
Two youths were killed and two others were injured when the army fired at a vehicle in Chattergam village in Budgam district yesterday.

Chauthaiwale named as head of BJP’s foreign cell
Chauthaiwale, who was vice-president of Torrent group, took leave to work on Modi’s Lok Sabha campaign. He quit the corporate sector last week to take up the party role.

With no CIC, backlog mounts to over 9,700
If your RTI plea is rejected by the PMO, President’s office, Supreme Court, cabinet secretariat or Parliament, do not expect redressal anytime soon.

1-metre pavement on all city roads?
Taking up the issue of a pedestrian’s right and safety on the road, Delhi traffic police has asked the road transport ministry to include a provision in the road safety bill for mandatory encumbrance free “one meter pavement” along all city and urban roads across the country.

Centre hunts for replacement of PM’s VIP plane
The government is in the process of finding a replacement to the over two-decade-old Boeing 747 Jumbo Jets of Air India that have been used for long distance VVIP flights.

National Herald case: Delhi high court extends stay on Sonia, Rahul summons till December 2
The Delhi high court on Monday extended till December 2 its stay on the trial court order summoning Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and three others in the National Herald case.

India-Sri Lanka combat exercises begin
Despite Chinese overtures to island nation, New Delhi pushes military ties,

China defends docking of its submarine in Sri Lanka
China’s defence ministry has defended its decision to dock submarines at the Colombo port on two recent occasions.

India should follow Japan, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat says

Labour 'unrest' shuts Haldia aluminium plant

Russia backs Ukrainian separatist vote
Moscow offered warm support for rebel-organized elections in eastern Ukraine — an endorsement that could only serve to keep the West's sanctions against Russia in place.

Suicide bomber kills 32 in northeast Nigeria
A suicide bomber killed himself and 32 civilians on Monday when he detonated explosives on the edge of a religious procession by the moderate Muslim Brotherhood in northeast Nigeria, a hospital official and witnesses said.

Egypt, Gulf Arab allies eye anti-militant alliance

Unicef doubles staff to fight Ebola in West Africa

Islamic State group massacres more families

China's new laser weapon may help Pak counter US drones

Germany: EU freedom of movement not negotiable

Bill Gates to give $500 million to fight malaria

29-year-old cancer patient, face of right to die, ends life

Obama faces lashing in midterm polls

3-year-old Ohio girl shot by 4-year-old brother

British boy, 16, jailed for life for killing teacher in classroom

British man arrested on suspicion of planning a bomb attack

Mouse hunt delays flight to US by 5 hours

Acker Bilk, renowned jazz clarinetist, dies in England

Non-Resident Keralites' global meet to be held in Kochi

Indian-origin businessman shot dead by robbers in UK

US judge to hear terror charges against Indian American in open court

Bear kills Indian-origin hiker in US: Report

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