Current Affairs 3 September 2015 Updates

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Current Affairs 3 September 2015

India wins UNESCO Award for conserving Sree Vadakkunnathan Temple in Kerala

India has won the UNESCO prize ‘Award of Excellence’ 2015 for the conservation efforts of the Sree Vadakkunnathan Temple in Kerala. (National Current Affairs 3 september 2015)

Union Government recognizes Yoga as Sports discipline

Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports has decided to recognize Yoga as a sports discipline and place it in the Priority category. (National Political Current Affairs 3 september 2015)

 

Los Angeles to Be U.S. Bidder to Host 2024 Olympics

Eight months after finishing as the runner-up to Boston, Los Angeles has officially been chosen as the United States candidate for the 2024 Olympics, city officials announced Tuesday. (International Current Affairs 3 september 2015)

 

Durban in South Africa confirmed as 2022 Commonwealth Games host

The South African city of Durban has been selected as the host for the 2022 Commonwealth Games at the Federation’s general assembly in New Zealand on Wednesday. (Sports Current Affairs 3 september 2015)

 

NASA’s SERVIR-Mekong project to help monitor environment in Southeast Asia

NASA and US Agency for International Development (USAID) have started the SERVIR-Mekong project, to strengthen the environmental monitoring in Southeast Asia region.  (Science Current Affairs 3 september 2015) 

 

Palmyra’s Temple of Bel destroyed by ISIS

Palmyra’s Temple of Bel destroyed by Islamic State for Iraq and Syria (ISIS) on 30th August 2015. It was UNESCO World Heritage Site. (National Current Affairs 3 september 2015)

 

SBI and ICICI identified as Domestic Systemically Important Banks

State Bank of India and ICICI Bank identified as Domestic Systemically Important Banks by RBI on 31st August 2015.  (Banking Current Affairs 3 september 2015)

 

L.C. Goyal appointed as CMD of ITPO

L.C. Goyal appointed as Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) of Indian Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) on 31st August 2015.  (Economy Current Affairs 3 september 2015)

 

India won the Test Series against Sri Lanka

India won the Test Series against Sri Lanka on 01st September 2015 under the captaincy of Virat Kohli. India won the Test Series against Sri Lanka after the long gap of 22 years. Earlier, in the year 1993, under the captaincy of Mohammad Azharuddin, India won the Test Series against Sri Lanka.  (Sports Cricket Current Affairs 3 september 2015)

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