‎NEWS‬ of the day 30th August 2015

NEWS‬ of the day 30th August 2015

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1. Government orders inclusion of 13 central laws within the purview of Land Acquisition Act 2013.

2. Aam Aadmi Party suspends its two MPs from Punjab for anti-party activities.

3. In Jammu & Kashmir, 18 army personnel injured in accidental blast in Army camp in Pulwama district.

4. In Andhra Pradesh, State-wide band called by YSR Congress demanding special status for the State, affects bus services mainly to rural areas.

5. In Assam, security forces killed two wanted militants of banned National Democratic Front of Bodoland-Songbijit faction.

6. In Bihar, two JD(U) and One of RJD MLA join BJP.

7. Sania Mirza gets Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award, 12 others get Arjuna award.

8. Raksha Bandhan being celebrated across the country; 59 day long Amar Nath Yatra concludes.

9. Pakistan bans Islamic State militant group.

10. In cricket, Pujara’s Hundred leads India to score 292 for 8 in first innings against Sri Lanka in third and final Test match.


News 24th August

News 24th August

* Sensex crashes over 1500 points in its biggest intra-day crash this year.

* Rupee plunges by 88 paise to fall below the 66 level against the dollar for the first time in almost two years; RBI governor says Central Bank has resources to deal with rupee volatility.

* Prime Minister says peace accord with NSCN(IM) will bear good results for entire north east.

* Special Panaji court rejects bail plea of former Goa PWD minister Churchill Alemao in Louis Berger bribery case.

* India win second cricket test against Sri Lanka by 278 runs; Kumara Sangakkara bids farewell to International cricket.


News 19th August

News 19th August

* Allahabad High Court asks UP Government to ensure that government servants, elected representatives and members of judiciary send their children to Government schools.

* Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says there is need of creation of public opinion against the stalling process of reforms.

* Supreme Court asks search engines Google India and Yahoo India to withdraw advertisements on sex determination of foetus.

* Prime Minister’s Office hold talks with agitating ex-servicemen over One Rank One Pension scheme issue; Ex-servicemen agree not to intensify their protest for 10 days.

* Ranil Wickremesinghe’s alliance emerges as winner in Sri Lanka Parliamentary elections by securing 45 percent polled votes.

* Bangladesh wins Under-16 South Asian Football Federation Champions for the first time.


News 18th august

News 18th august

1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announces several measures including a welfare fund for Indian diaspora; returns home after two day visit to UAE.
2. Pakistani forces again violate ceasefire at several locations along LoC and International Border in Poonch, Rajauri and Jammu districts.
3. National Investigation Agency to conduct lie detector test on captured Pakistani terrorist Naved Yakub today.
4. Prime Minister to inaugurate road projects worth 9,700 crore rupees at Ara in Bihar.
5. Sri Lanka’s Parliamentary polls, former President Mahinda Rajapaksa concedes defeat.




• Congress says protests inside House to continue if government does not accept their demand; Government says open to consider meaningful suggestions from Congress to end deadlock.

• Government launches Suraksha Bandhan drive to facilitate enrolment under social security schemes through participating banks and insurance companies.

• In Jharkhand at least 11 killed and 15 injured in a stampede at Deoghar Temple this morning.

• In China typhoon Soudelor kills 14; Heaviest rains in a century recorded.

• World Badminton Championship 2015 starts in Jakarta today; P. Kashyap and H.S Prannoy in men’s singles event and doubles team of men’s, women’s and mixed to figure in first round.

• In Hockey, Indian Men’s team to take on Spain in the three match series


News 5th August

#News 5th August

* In Madhya Pradesh at least 20 killed, 60 injured as two trains derail at the same spot on a submerged bridge in Harda district; Rescue operations underway; inquiry ordered.

* Government revises order on ban of 857 websites with supposedly pornographic content; only websites with child pornography to remain blocked.

* Jharkhand Government empowers Anti Corruption Bureau to arrest Ministers, MLAs or senior civil servants in bribery cases without seeking permission from concerned authorities.

* Delhi Government issues fresh circular asking state departments and ministries not to send files to Lt. Governor except those related to police, land and public order.

* Sports Minister says BCCI should be brought under RTI to ensure transparency and accountability.