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Current Affairs September 2015 Series

Current Affairs September 2015 Series

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Trending – Current Affairs September 2015 Series

  • OROP deadlock continues, veterans await clarification from government before calling off protest
  • Migrant crisis: Germany, Austria welcome refugees with candy and toys
  • Foreign student stumps Rajnath with story of ‘racial slur’ he faces in city college
  • High Court allows permanent commission for women in Navy
  • 47 dead as rebels battle IS Jihadists in Syria

India – Current Affairs September 2015 Series

  • Nine Congress MLAs in Assam set to join BJP
  • Home minister refutes RSS control on government
  • Andhra is the first state to execute full enterprise architecture
  • The bravery of Special Forces commando Lance Naik Goswami – kills 10 terrorists in 11 days, loses final battle
  • CM Devendra Fadnavis inaugurates Mumbai’s Townhall
  • Lankan PM to visit India on Sept 14, to call on Modi
  • Walls to be erected in villages adjoining forests in Uttarakhand
  • Pakistan takes up Indian firing at LoC, Working Boundary with UNSC
  • Maharashtra government’s new sedition norms slammed

International – Current Affairs September 2015 Series

  • Pak, Afghan agree to stop blame game
  • Vancouver memorial for two drowned Syrian boys
  • Hillary Clinton paid State Department employee to manage her emails
  • US voices concern to Russia over latest military moves in Syria
  • France mulls strikes on ISIS in Syria
  • Two pregnant women killed in horror rally car crash
  • Anti-Assad violence flares in Syria after cleric killed in blasts
  • G20-Turkish PM says determined steps needed on global growth
  • Security forces foiled a sabotage bid on the occasion of Defence Day while arrested a suspected terrorist during planting Improvised explosive devices (IED) under Sariab bridge here on Saturday.
  • Chandra Dangi of Nepal passed away at the Lyndon B Johnson Tropical Medical Centre in Pago Pago in American Samoa in the Pacific early on Friday following a brief illness.
  • Tajik Forces Continue Hunt For Renegade Former Deputy Minister
  • The strike on Friday also left 45 UAE soldiers and five Bahrainis dead, the heaviest losses since the Saudi-led coalition began in March a campaign of air strikes targeting the Shiite Houthi rebels.

Business – Current Affairs September 2015 Series

  • GDP growth rate for this year looks positive, says FM Arun Jaitley
  • 2 years of Rajan: Analysts give 4.3 out of 5 to RBI governor
  • G20 expresses disappointment over delay in IMF quota reforms
  • SmartCity Kochi first phase to be inaugurated in December
  • Gold falls towards 2nd weekly loss after US payrolls data
  • Cipla buys up US generics drugmakers for $550m
  • Idea to seek shareholders’ nod for raising up to Rs 10000 crore
  • Himachal Cabinet to refund Rs 280 crore to Adani Power
  • Investor meets hold no hope for financial city
  • Airports Authority of India to invest Rs5 crore in Modi’s Kashi for sanitation
  • Haryana govt for reservation to economically backward: Manohar Lal Khattar
  • Ramdev’s atta noodles await FSSAI nod before hitting stores
  • Markets to remain volatile as China returns from holidays

Technology – Current Affairs September 2015 Series

  • YU introduces a smart mobile printer YUPIX, now print photos from your smartphone
  • Hands-On With Ricoh’s 360-Degree Theta S Camera
  • Google seems keen to return to China, in talks with China
  • Samsung introduces world’s first 4K UHD Blu-Ray Player at IFA 2015 in Berlin
  • Triumph Tiger XCA launched at INR 14.8 lakhs (on-road)
  • Celebration Editions of the Honda Amaze and Mobilio launched in India
  • Bose launches new SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones
  • More Maruti cars to come equipped with SHVS in India
  • Toshiba launches Portégé Z20t enterprise laptop at Rs 1,30,000

Sports – Current Affairs September 2015 Series

  • Not even the presence of his sporting inspiration, Tiger Woods, at the U.S. Open could lift Rafa Nadal to his accustomed heights at Flushing Meadows, leaving the Spaniard to assess his recent shortcomings on the court.
  • Indian Eves Humiliate DPR Korea 13-0 In First Clash At 7th Women’s Junior Asia Cup
  • Australia beat England by 64 runs to win the second One-Day International at Lord’s on Saturday as it went 2-0 up in the five-match series.
  • Sachin Tendulkar takes boat journey through backwaters; inspects villa
  • Roger Federer defeated Philipp Kohlschreiber for the 10th time to reach the US Open last 16 on Saturday as Canadian golden girl Eugenie Bouchard suffered a potentially tournament-ending head injury.
  • History man Rooney sends England to Euro 2016
  • England must address poor death bowling to keep ODI series against Australia alive
  • Goetze strikes twice as Germany go top of Group D
  • David Warner’s injury not worst-case scenario for Australian cricket team
  • Messi, Aguero scored twice as Argentina thrash Bolivia 7-0 in friendly

Science – Current Affairs September 2015 Series

  • New 3D nano-material can enhance battery storage
  • Researchers find one-million-year-old monkey fossil in underwater cave
  • Scientists Find Furthest and Maybe Oldest Galaxy in the Universe
  • Ancient Egyptians bred birds as offering to the gods
  • Critters, not catastrophe, caused Earth’s first mass extinction
  • Hubble Survey Unlocks Clues to Star Birth in Neighbouring M31 Galaxy
  • Decline in number of lions explained with predator to prey ratio
  • International financial support is key to fighting climate change
  • Proteins that help plants grow under salt stress identified
  • Inspired by the microscopic animals called water bears, researchers have created a new type of glass that could improve the efficiency of electronic devices such as LEDs, optical fibres and solar cells.
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