25th September 2014 Current Affairs

25th September 2014 - Daily Current Affairs

International Affairs
  • US President Barack Obama led the UN Security Council in unanimously approving a binding resolution on stemming the flow of foreign jihadists to Iraq and Syria.
  • Prime Minister Modi left for the United States this evening to attend United National General Assembly in New York.
  • In a speech at the United Nations General Assembly today, Egyption President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi described terrorism as a plague.
  • The United States bombed Islamic State-controlled oil refineries in Syria today as President Barack Obama recruited more allies to fight the jihadist "Network of Death".
National Affairs
  • The Government declared September 25 as "Antyodaya Diwas" in memory of Deen Dayal Upadhyaya, one of the key leaders of Bharatiya Jana Sangh form which the BJP later emerged.
  • PM Narendra Modi has launched the ambitions "Make in India" campaign.
  • The famous Mysore Dasara that marks the beginning of Navartri commenced today.
  • The Supreme Court declared the National Tax Tribunal Act as unconstitutional under which a tribunal was set up to decide tax-related cases by taking away jurisdiction of high courts in such matters.
People in News Affairs
  • The Calcutta High Court today ordered the lodging of an FIR and a CID probe into Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Pal's controversial "Shoot and Rape" remarks against opposition party supporters and women during public meeting in his Krishnagar constituency in Nadia district.
Science & Technology Affairs
  • Just hours after making history by being the first Mars mission to succeed in its first attempt, Mangalyaan was already at work and has sent back a set of data, including high-quality images of the Red Planet.
Sports Affairs
  • Asian Games 2014:-
    • India rower Sawarn Singh wins bronze in men's single sculls.
    • India wins bronze medal in women's double trap shooting team event.
    • Shuttler Saina Nehwal enters women's singles quarter finals.

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