Current affair of 25th September 2019

Laxman Rawat won the World 6 Reds title

Laxman Rawat clinched the International Billiards and Snooker Federation (IBSF) World 6Reds title in Mandalay, Myanmar. He defeated Pakistan’s Muhammad Asif and secured 6-5 to clinch the title.
In the women’s final, Indian snooker player Amee Kamaniwas defeated by three-time junior world champion Nutcharat with a score of more

Koneru Humpy wins 2019 Skolkovo FIDE Womens Grand Prix

Koneru Humpy wins Skolkovo FIDE Women's Grand Prix 2019 for women title at Skolkovo, Russia. The Indian grandmaster Koneru scored eight points in 11 games with six draws and five wins. The Skolkovo FIDE Women's Grand Prix 2019 is a 12-player round-robin taking place in Skolkovo. It was held in Moscow from 11-22 September more

Saudi Arabia Plans To Enhance Anti-Terror Cooperation With India

Saudi Arabia to enhance cooperation with India to combat terrorism, including choking funds to terror networks and exchange of information and intelligence. Saudi Arabia Ambassador Dr Saud bin Mohammed Al Sati India and Saudi Arabia are closely cooperating with each other in fighting terrorism.Saudi Arabia siding with more

Author Nehas book Girl Power Indian Women Who Broke The Rules 

Author Neha J Hiranandani's book titled Girl Power: Indian Women Who Broke The Rules was released. The new book elaborates the struggles and achievements of stories of 50 Indian women role models. The book includes the contemporary women like Olympic medallist PV Sindhu, Actress Priyanka Chopra, Subhasini Mistry, Chandro Tomar. It also includes historical more

Indian Coast Guard Ship Varaha Commissioned By Rajnath Singh

The ICGS Varaha, the fourth in the series of seven 98-m Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) of the Indian Coast Guard (ICG). It was commissioned y Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.The ship-based at New Mangalore under the administrative and operational control of Commander Coast Guard Region (west). The ship will have onboard 14 officers and 89 men, says a press more

Government of India has instituted Sardar Patel National Unity Award

Government of India has instituted Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. It will be the highest civilian award in the field of contribution to the unity and integrity of India. The Ministry of Home Affairs notified the institution of the Sardar Patel National Unity Award on 20th September 2019. The Award recognizes the contributions to promote the cause of national unity and integrity and to more

A Rs 1.45 trillion tax cut may undermine rate reductions in India

India’s $20 billion tax-cut boosts may have an unintended effect of keeping borrowing costs high. The premium of 10-year yields over the central bank’s policy rate widened to the most since April after the surprise stimulus announced Friday raised fears the government will miss its budget deficit targets. Traders say the spread offers lenders little incentive to pass on past more

SBI Life Insurance signs corporate agency pact with Repco Home Finance

SBI Life Insurance signed a corporate agency agreement with city-based Repco Home Finance Ltd to offer the company’s range of products to RHFL customers. The partnership would see over 148 branches and 27 satellite centers of RHFL spread across the country to offer SBI Life Insurance products to its more

KVIC proposed to establish National Design and Product Development Centres

Khadi and Village Industries Corporation (KVIC) proposed to establish National Design and Product Development Centres in India. The proposal aims to facilitate Khadi institutions to develop trendy designs as per market demand. Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises conducted a meeting regarding the setting up of such centre in New more

Godavarthi Venkata Srinivas appointed as Ambassador of India to the Republic of Guinea Bissau

Shri Godavarthi Venkata Srinivas has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Guinea Bissau. India and Guinea Bissau have maintained warm and friendly relations so far. Godavarthi Venkata Srinivas is a 1993 batch-IFS officer. He is presently the Ambassador of India to the Republic of more

Shri Rajnath Singh calls for round-the-clock vigil from all agencies in Maritime domain

Shri Rajnath Singh called for a 24x7 vigil, co-ordination and pro-active approach from all agencies in the Maritime domain to thwart any potential threats posed by non-state as well as state-sponsored terrorism.The attack of 26/11 happened through sea route only. It is the strong resolve of this government that we will not let such incidents to happen on our more

Ministry of WCD organized Poshan Maah event

The Ministry of Women and Child Development (WCD) as part of the POSHAN Maah organized a one day camp in Shastri Bhavan in New Delhi. Rabindra Panwar, Secretary, Ministry of WCD inaugurated the Test, Treat and Talk (T 3) Anaemia and Defeat Diarrhoea (D 2) camp in New Delhi.
The Ministry aims to create awareness regarding simple solutions to more

NASA to pay USD 4.6 bn to buy 6 spacecraft for Artemis moon missions

NASA has partnered and contracted American global aerospace company Lockheed Martin to develop minimum six and as many as 12 spacecraft for its Artemis lunar exploration programme. NASA has designated a total of around USD 4.6 billion for six spacecraft. For the first three vehicles, the deals have been closed with $2.7 more

ERP to be implemented in CPWD

The New condensed result centric CPWD Works Manual has been brought out and restructuring of the Department implemented. The revised Organizational Structure enhanced the efficiency, effectiveness, quality, better client services, accountability and long term success of the organization by ensuring optimal utilization of the human more

Binny Bansal gets IIT Delhi distinguished alumni award

Flipkart Co-founder Binny Bansal has become the youngest alumnus this year to be recognized as a distinguished alumnus by IIT Delhi. He was recognized for the outstanding contribution made in entrepreneurship. Binny is the co-founder of e-commerce platform Flipkart. He co-founded Flipkart along with Sachin Bansal in more

Greta Thunberg won alternative Nobel Prize

Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg was named as one of four winners of the 2019 Right Livelihood Award. The award is also known as Sweden's alternative Nobel Prize. She was awarded for inspiring and amplifying political demands for urgent climate action reflecting scientific facts. The award was announced by the Right Livelihood more

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