Current Affairs For 5 September 2015 Updates

current affairs 5 september 2015

SERVIR-Mekong Hub launched by NASA and USAID

SERVIR-Mekong Hub launched by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on 31st August 2015 with the aim to serve the countries of Mekong river basin. The Hub is situated at Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, Bangkok, Thailand.

[SCIENCE Current Affairs For 5 September 2015]

SAARC countries’ conference on Disaster Mitigation begins in New Delhi

Disaster Mitigation conference of member counties of South Asian Association on Regional Cooperation (SAARC) has begun in New Delhi on 3 September 2015.

[International Current Affairs For 5 September 2015]

RBI to issue Rs 5 coin on golden jubilee of 1965 Indo-Pak war

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to issue coins of 5 rupees denomination to commemorate golden jubilee year of Indo-Pak War 1965.

[Banking Current Affairs For 5 September 2015]

India, Australia agree to deepen bilateral Defence Partnership

India and Australia have agreed to deepen their bilateral defence partnership based on their shared strategic interests by setting up of a joint working group on defence research and material cooperation.

[National Current Affairs For 5 September 2015]

FMC to be merged with SEBI

Forward Markets Commission (FMC) to be merged with Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) w.e.f. 28th September 2015.

[Business Current Affairs For 5 September 2015]

Railway Ministry of India launched three IT initiatives

Railway Ministry of India launched three IT initiatives developed by Centre for Railway Information Systems (CRIS). The initiatives are: Paperless unreserved ticketing mobile application, Cash/Smart Card Operated Ticket Vending Machine (CCOTVM), Parichaalan, Real Time Decision Making in Freight Operations.

[National Current Affairs For 5 September 2015]

Bengaluru overtaken Mumbai in unsold housing units

For the first time, the city Bengaluru overtaken Mumbai in unsold housing units as reported by JLL India.

[International Current Affairs For 5 September 2015]

3.04 trillion trees available in the World

According to the report of T.W. Crowther, there are 3.04 trillion trees available in all over the World.

[International Current Affairs For 5 September 2015]

 

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