30th September 2014 Current Affairs

30th September 2014 - Daily Current Affairs

International Affairs
  • Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai's administration signed security agreements to keep U.S. and allied troops in the country beyond this year and secure billions of dollars in aid for Asia's poorest country.
  • The world has lost 52 percent of its biodiversity since 1970, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) announced in a study relased today on the state of our planet.
  • India will host its first ever Asian Development Tour (ADT) tournament with the launch of the Take solutions India Masters from 29th October to 1st November in Bangalore.
  • Thailand today announced plans to give tourusts wristbands carrying their personal details, as the kingdom falls under intense scrutiny over visitor safety following the murder of two British Holidaymakers.
National Affairs
  • The Election Commission (EC) has banned the display of political advertisements on State Road Transport Corporation buses and vehicles owned by Municipal Corporations etc, and other Government owned vehicles when the Model Code of Conduct is in force for State Assembly or Legislative Councile elections.
  • The Karnataka High Court will hear former Tami Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa's bail plea tomorrow.
  • Indian Government is going to set up innovation labs in every district under the ambitious "Rashtriya Aavishkar Abhiyaan" programme, HRD Minister Smriti Irani said today.
  • The Jammu and Kashmir Government has constituted 12 rapid reaction teams to counter the outbreak of any epidemic in the flood-hit state.
  • The Delhi High Court today directed various internet and telecom service providers to block access to 72 websites hosting teh yet-to-be released Hrithik Roshan stare "Bang Bang".
Science & Technology Affairs
  • Eram Scientific manufactures of the country's first eToilet, today unveiled the world's cheapest unmanned, self-cleaning eToilet with inbuilt solar panel and metallic platform for schools.
Sports Affairs
  • Bangladesh cricket authorities today sacked wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim as one-day international captain and replaced his with injury-prone paceman Mashrafe Mortaza.
  • Asian Games 2014 :-
    • Vikas Gowda bags silver in the men's discus throw event.
    • Olympain Mary Kom enters final after beating Le Thi Bang of Vietnam in Flyweight (48-51 Kg) semis, assures silver medal.
    • Boxer Pooja Rani (75 Kg) settles for bronze medal after losing in the semifinal.
    • India beat Korea to reach Men's Hockey Final.



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