Current Affairs 12 October 2015 Updates

Current Affairs 12 October 2015

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Emergency threw up leaders who could die for India: Narendra Modi

Describing the Emergency imposed from 1975-77 as the “biggest blow” to democracy in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that it gave birth to a new generation of political leadership that was ready to “live and die for the country”, and not just “for TV screens”.

A suspected militant was killed in an ongoing firefight in north Kashmir’s frontier Kupwara district

A suspected militant was killed in an ongoing firefight in north Kashmir’s frontier Kupwara district. The Army said that the gunfight erupted on Saturday evening when troops were carrying searches in Waderbala-Handwara forests, 100 kms from here.

Singapore Foreign Affairs Minister to Visit India Today

Singapore’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Vivian Balakrishnan will hold bilateral talks on Monday with his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj during his visit to New Delhi.

Indian, Chinese army kick off anti-terrorism exercise

Indian and Chinese armies today kicked off their fifth annual anti-terrorism exercise in China’s Kunming city as both the sides seek to share their successful experiences in counter-terrorism operations during the 10-day drill.

Situation in Karhal block of Mainpuri remained tense on Sunday

Even as situation in Karhal block of Mainpuri remained tense on Sunday, police arrested 9 more youths, most of them between 18 and 25 years, for their role in the Friday’s violence in the area.

A common complaint made by RTI applicants is about the improper reply given by PIOs

A common complaint made by RTI applicants is about the improper reply given by PIOs. Most replies do not contain adequate information, thus making it impossible to contact the relevant PIO in case of further clarification.

‘Ghar wapsi’, ‘gau raksha’ part of BJP’s communal design, says Sitaram Yechury

Terming BJP as the “political arm of the RSS”, CPI-M on Sunday alleged that ‘love jihad’, ‘ghar wapsi’, and ‘gau raksha’ are part of a “well-planned communal design” to consolidate the Hindu vote bank by the saffron party since it assumed power at the Centre.

State government ordered a probe into the condition of fasting opposition leader YS Jaganmohan Reddy on Sunday

Stoking a political controversy, the state government ordered a probe into the condition of fasting opposition leader YS Jaganmohan Reddy on Sunday.

Helicopter crash at NATO’s Kabul base kills 5

A military helicopter has crashed at the NATO base in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing five coalition members and injuring five others, authorities have said.A statement from the Resolute Support Mission did not give the nationalities of those killed and injured, all of them NATO personnel.However, Britain’s Ministry of Defense said two Royal Air Force members were among those killed when the Puma Mk 2 helicopter crashed while landing at base, where Afghan security forces are being trained.

Kingfisher Airlines had allegedly diverted a substantial chunk of Rs 4,000 crore

Kingfisher Airlines had allegedly diverted a substantial chunk of Rs 4,000 crore in loans secured from public sector banks to tax havens which has now come under the scanner of the CBI that has expanded its probe in the matter

IOC to sell subsidised 5-kg LPG cylinders in rural India

Indian Oil CorporationBSE 0.38 % (IOC) plans to sell subsidised 5-kg LPG cylinders in rural India in an effort to increase usage of clean fuel for cooking, its chairman B Ashok said.

Google Android 6.0: Nexus to Sony, these phones will get Marshmallow update

At the Google event on September 29, the search giant announced that Android Marshmallow will start rolling out to Nexus devices starting next week.

U.S. President Barack Obama and his Mexican counterpart

U.S. President Barack Obama and his Mexican counterpart, Enrique Peña Nieto, were among leaders praising the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact agreed upon last week in Atlanta.

The Sudan President was declared a war

The Sudan President was declared a war criminal by the ICC for alleged genocide and war crimes during the Darfur conflict in 2003, in which lakhs were killed.

Djokovic wins 6th China Open in 45th Nadal clash

Novak Djokovic defeated Rafael Nadal 6-2, 6-2 Sunday to win his sixth China Open title and improve his record at the tournament to a sterling 29-0.Djokovic had seven aces to none for his Spanish rival, and saved both break points he faced in the match, which was the 45th between the two players.

Former cricketer Maddineni Durga Bhavani died

Former cricketer and member of the Andhra Cricket Association, Maddineni Durga Bhavani, 28, died under suspicious circumstances at her residence at Yadavula Bazar in Machavaram area in the city.

NASA Studying Effects Of Zero Gravity On Brain

NASA-funded researchers are studying brain structures and functions of the astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) to understand how brain changes in space and ways to deal with those changes.

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