7th September 2014 Current Affairs

7th September 2014 - Daily Current Affairs

International Affairs
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today greeted the people of Brazil on their Independence Day (7th September) and said India is committed to enhancing ties with the Latin American country.
  • Sri Lanks, which has vowed not to cooperate with an international probe into its alleged rights abuses during the final phase of its military campaign against LTTE, will counter the charges at a UNHRC session beginning on Monday in Geneva.
  • In a humanitarian gesture, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today offered all possible assistance to Pakistan for carrying out relief operations in the flood-ravaged Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (PoK).
  • Washington today said that it has carried out air strikes against militants in Iraq's Sunni Arab heartland, expanding its months-long air campaign and its involvement in the conflict.
  • Queen Elizabeth II concerned over Scotland's Independence from UK, sources close to the Queen have revealed today.
National Affairs
  • Keralities across the state today celebrated Onam with traditional fervour and gaiety.
  • PM Modi announces special assistance of Rs. 1,000 crore to flood affected Jammu & Kashmir.
  • Prime Minister Modi will now connect to people over radio, seeking suggestions and answering questions on issues concerning the common man. Having made up his mind to reach out to people over radio, he has sought suggestions from the public on how to go about in terms of format and frequency.
  • Playing down on coal shortages at some power stations, Power and Coal Minister Piyush Goyal today said the Government in 100 days had slogged the system to produce nearly 22 per cent more electricity and is on track to provide 24x7 power to all in five years.
  • Asserting people's right to linguistic freedom, the Supreme Court held there is no bar against a State Legislature declaring used in a State as an official language for the convenience of its citizens.
Business & Economy Affairs
  • Putting to rest the debate on printing of one rupee notes, the Law Ministry has opined that the Government of India has all the powers to print currency notes of this denomination.

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