Current Affairs 6 September 2015 Updates

Current Affairs 6th September 2015

World’s shortest man, Chandra Bahadur Dangi, dies at 75

Chandra Bahadur Dangi, verified by the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s shortest man – at 21.5 inches (54.6cm) – died of an undisclosed illness in American Samoa.

[International Current Affairs 6 September 2015]

Teachers Day Observed In India

In India today On 5th September 2015 Teacher’s day observed. Since 1962, on Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s birthday is celebrated in India as TeachersDay on 5 September

[National Current Affairs For 6 September 2015]

Marvan Atapattu resigned as Head Coach of Sri Lanka Cricket team

Marvan Atapattu resigned as Head Coach of Sri Lanka Cricket team on 03rd September 2015.

[Sports Current Affairs For 6 September 2015]

R. Sampanthan became 1st Tamilian to lead opposition in Sri Lanka

R. Sampanthan became 1st Tamilian to lead opposition in Sri Lanka in past 32 years on 03rd September 2015.

[National Current Affairs For 6 September 2015]

 

Vinod Dasari appointed as President of SIAM

Vinod Dasari appointed as President of Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) on 03rd September 2015.

[National Current Affairs For 5 September 2015]

 

China celebrated its Victory Day Parade over Japan

On 03rd September 2015, China celebrated Victory Day Parade to commemorate its victory over Japan in World War-II.

[National Current Affairs For 6 September 2015]

 

Llyod’s City Risk Index 2015-2025 released

According to Llyod’s City Risk Index 2015-2025, Taipei, Taiwan topped the list with $181bn while Mumbai has biggest risk in India with $47bn. The report released on 03rd September 2015.

[International Current Affairs For 6 September 2015]

 

Govt to develop Bodh Gaya as spiritual capital

Describing Bodh Gaya as the “land of enlightenment”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his government would develop the site as the spiritual capital for it to serve as a civilisational bond between India and the Buddhist world.

[National Current Affairs For 6 September 2015]

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