Current Affairs For 19 September 2015 Updates

current affairs 19 september 2015

India, US created Joint Challenge Coin to mark partnership

India and the United States (US) on 17 September 2015 jointly created a Joint Challenge Coin to symbolise their unique partnership in creating a next-generation aircraft carrier for the Indian Navy.

[International Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

Mahesh Rangarajan resigned as Director of Nehru Memorial Museum and Library

Mahesh Rangarajan on 17 September 2015 resigned as the Director of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML).

[National Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

Union Government presented Vishwakarma Rashtriya Puraskar

The Union Minister of Labour and Employment Bandaru Dattatreya on 17 September 2015 presented the Vishwakarma Rashtriya Puraskar (VRP) and National Safety Awards (NSA) for the Performance Year 2013.

[National Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

2000-year old Nangchen Stupa with Lord Buddha’s relics sent by Emperor Ashoka restored in China

An Indian monk Gyalwang Drukpa, in September 2015 helped restore and renovate a 2000-year-old lost Nangchen Stupa with Lord Buddha relics sent by Emperor Ashoka.

[International Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

8th Edition of Global Innovation Index 2015 released

The 8th edition Global Innovation Index (GII) 2015 was released on 17 September 2015 jointly by Cornell University, INSEAD and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

[International Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

PM Modi’s Visit to Varanasi

Yesterday,  Prime Minister Narendar Modi will visit Varanasi. It is expected that PM can announce road and power projects including a ring road that is expected to ease the congestion in the city, and will also inaugurate a trauma center at the Banaras Hindu University. The programs were postponed due to weather reasons.

[National, Political Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

Ghulam Nabi Azad’s comment on Beef Ban issue.

Ghulam Nabi Azad urges the Kashmiris to maintain restraint over the beef ban issue. He also appealed to maintain the silence.

[Political, National Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

Tata Steel to sell stake in Tata Motors

Tata Steel Limited will sell shares in Tata Motors Limited worth upto $188 million.

[National, Business Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

Baba Ramdev’s Controversial Comment on Beef consumption

Yog Guru Baba Ramdev says that eating the Cow’s meat is crime and create violence. Cow should be declared as National Animal.

[National Affairs, Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

Akshay Kumar came forward to Help poor farmers

Bollywood Actor Khiladi Akshay Kumar came forward to help poor farmers of Maharashtra. The Actor announced a package of Rs. 90,00,000 to help about 200 families. Before Akshay, Nana Patekar also donated money to poor farmers. This initiatives was taken to control the suicides of farmers due to financial conditions of farmers.

[National, Social Work, Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

Akashdeep Singh Costliest Player of HIL Auction

Akashdeep Singh of India is the costliest player of India in Hockey India League Auction. Moritz Fuerste of Germany was the most costliest player ever in the history of Hockey India League.

[Sports Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

Supreme Court’s Decision about Beef consumption

Supreme Court  today refused to entertain a plea to let the Mumbai administration to ban meat sale on the occasion of Jain community’s “Paryushan ” known as Fast.

[National Judicial Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]

Bangladesh to launch Premier League

Bangladesh cricket association will launch BPL, a cricket league on the steps of IPL.

[International Sports, Current Affairs 19 September 2015 ]


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