Current Affairs September 21 2015 Updates

current affairs september 21 2015 updates

Current affairs 21 September 2015 – National, International, Sports, Science & Technology, Business, Banking & Finance.

West Bengal declassified the 64 files related with Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

West Bengal declassified the 64 files related with Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose containing 13000 pages and made accessible to the public on 21st September 2015. These files were kept for 70 years in Kolkata Police Museum.

Parliament of Japan passed the Bill

On 19th September 2015, the Parliament of Japan passed the Bill. Under the guidelines of Bill, military of Japan allowed to fight abroad for the 1st time since World War II.

 

Nepal adopted newly formed Constitution

Nepal adopted newly formed Constitution on 20th September 2015 as unveiled by President Ram Baran Yadav. The Constitution drafted under 2nd Constituent Assembly which was elected in 2013, the Chairman was 2nd CA was Subash Nemwang. It is the full Democratic Constitution of Nepal. Earlier, Nepal enacted its Constitution four times in the years 1959, 1962, 1990 and 1999. Now, the country splits into 7 federal provinces.

Smaller version Long March-6 carrier rocket launched

Smaller version Long March-6 carrier rocket launched by China on 20th September 2015. The rocket is 29.3 meter in length.

Ajay Jayaram won Silver Medal in Men’s singles category in Korea Open Badminton tournament

Ajay Jayaram won Silver Medal in Men’s singles category in Korea Open Badminton tournament 2015 on 20th September 2015. He became 1st Indian Badminton player to win a medal in this tournament. He ranked 32nd in World rankings.

BCCI Chairman Jagmohan Dalmiya died

Jagmohan Dalmiya, President of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), died on 20th September 2015. He became President of BCCI in the year 2001 and after that in March 2015. He also remained President of International Cricket Council (ICC) during 1997 to 2000 and became 1st Asian and Indian to head ICC.

To transform India’s 96,000-km network of National Highways (NHs) into green corridors

To transform India’s 96,000-km network of National Highways (NHs) into green corridors, a Green Highways Policy is likely to be launched by Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari this month

[National Current affairs 21 September 2015]

Mobile App Launched By Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC)

Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has launched a mobile application giving details about the availability of furnaces at city crematoriums.

[National Current affairs 21 September 2015]

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani told the United Nations’ nuclear chief Yukiya Amano

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani told the United Nations’ nuclear chief Yukiya Amano that his agency should be fair in its implementation of a nuclear deal reached between Iran and the world powers.

[International Current affairs 21 September 2015]

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday visited ‘Shauryanjali’

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday visited ‘Shauryanjali’, an exhibition being held on the Rajpath commemorating the golden jubilee of the 1965 Indo-Pak war.

[National Current affairs 21 September 2015]

Japan’s Diet removed restrictions on overseas deployment of Self Defense Forces for military use

The remilitarization bills can be termed as historic as they allow Japan to be militarily pro active after 70 years.

[International Current affairs 21 September 2015]

IPDS launched by Narendra Modi

Integrated Power Development Scheme (IPDS) launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 18th September 2015 with the aim to provide 24×7 power supply to every house till the year 2022.

[Technology Current affairs 21 September 2015]

Bal Pandit, the famous Marathi Cricket Commentator, died

Bal Pandit, the famous Marathi Cricket Commentator, died on 18th September 2015. He was awarded with Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Award in the year 1978.

[Sports Current affairs 21 September 2015]

Joint Challenged Coin released by India and USA

Joint Challenged Coin released by India and USA on 17th September 2015 with the aim to symbolize their partnership for the next generationaircraft carrier for Indian Navy.

[International Current affairs 21 September 2015]

‘Diclofenac’ banned by Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare banned the sale of ‘Diclofenac’ in multidose vial for human use on 18th September 2015. It is nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug.

[National Current affairs 21 September 2015]

Indian Railways developed Hybrid Vacuum Toilets

Indian Railways developed Hybrid Vacuum Toilets and became 1st in the World to done it. It will help to maintain cleanliness in toilets.

[National Current affairs 21 September 2015]

Chile struck by an 8.3 magnitude earthquake

South American Country ‘Chile’ struck by 8.3 magnitude earthquake on 16th September 2015.

[Awareness International Current affairs 21 September 2015]

Current affairs 21 September 2015 updated for National, International, Sports, Science & Technology, Business, Banking & Finance.

 

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