Current Affairs 26 September 2015 Updates

Current Affairs 26 September 2015 Updates

UNGA adopted Transforming Our World

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is an agenda for people to end poverty in all its forms. It is composed of 17 goals and 169 targets to wipe out poverty.

[National Current Affairs 26 September 2015]

Permila Tirkey won first discrimination-based Case in U.K.

Indian tribal woman Permila Tirkey won first discrimination-based Case in United Kingdom. With this, Tirkey will receive compensation of 184000 UK pounds from Ajay and his wife Pooja for making her work 18 hours a day for an hourly rate of 11 pence.

[International Current Affairs 26 September 2015]

EU imposed anti-dumping duty on Indian water and sewage pipes

EU imposed anti-dumping duty on Indian water and sewage pipes for six months. The European Commission in its anti-dumping probe has concluded that the material injury to the Union industry was caused by the dumped imports from India.

[International Current Affairs 26 September 2015]

Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM): India’s Pride

The Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) on 24 September 2015 successfully completed one year of the mission life around Mars with a large data set acquired by all five payloads of MOM.

[Science Current Affairs 26 September 2015]

Sherpa for G-20 Summit

Arvind Panagariya appointed as Sherpa for G-20 Summit. Arvind Panagariya is an Indian-American economist and Professor of Economics at Columbia University.

[International Current Affairs 26 September 2015]

Australian PM announced 70 million US dollar package

Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull announced 70 million US dollar package to fight domestic violence.

[International Current Affairs 26 September 2015]

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