Current Affairs 10 September 2015 Updates

Current Affairs 10 September 2015 - Apple Store Down

APPLE Store Has Taken Down

On 9th september, a grate history made when apple’s store pages show a message “We’ill be back”.

[Technologies Current Affairs 10 September 2015]

Bihar polls in 5 phases

Bihar polls will be in 5 phases and phase 1 and 5’s  result will announced on 8 november.

[National Current Affairs 10 September 2015]

BSE has highest number of listed companies in the world

The World Federation of Exchanges (WEF), in the first week of September 2015, announced that the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) has the highest number of listed companies in the world.

[National Current Affairs 10 September 2015]

International Literacy Day 2015 observed

On 7th September 2015 Haryana became 2nd State in India after Rajasthan to fix the minimum educational qualification for election to Panchayati Raj Institutions.

[International Current Affairs 10 September 2015]

Andhra Pradesh Launched e-Pragati project

For the purpose of provide Integrated One Governance, the State Government of Andhra Pradesh launched e-Pragati project on 07th September 2015.

[National Current Affairs 10 September 2015]

Digital version of Mahatma Gandhi’s collected work launched

Digital version of Mahatma Gandhi’s collected work launched by Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley on 08th September 2015.

[National Current Affairs 10 September 2015]

Doha Bank and Reliance A.D.A. Group signed an agreement

Doha Bank and Reliance A.D.A. Group signed an agreement on 07th September 2015 with the aim to generate business opportunities in Gulf Cooperation Council countries and also in India.

[Economy Current Affairs 10 September 2015]

Global Waste Management Outlook released

Global Waste Management Outlook released by United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) on 07th September 2015 with the aim to bring awareness on waste management.

[International Current Affairs 10 September 2015]

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