Top News Headlines of 2 September 2014


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  • India-Japan relations like Fevicol Bond: Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed gratitude to Japan for reposing “trust” in India –“yeh fevicol se bhi zyada mazboot jod hai”. This Visit has been very successful.
  • Justice H L Dattu to be Next CJI: Justice H L Dattu is set to become the next Chief Justice of India. PMO had forward the file to the President for approval. CJI RM Lodha retires on September 27 after which Justice Dattu will have a tenure of more than a year till December 2015.
  • Venkateswaran, former foreign secy dies: Former foreign secretary A P Venkateswaran died in Bangalore on Tuesday and He was 84.
  • Legend Zico to manage in ISL: Brazilian football legend Zico to be the team’s marquee manager for the inaugural season of the Indian Super League. Zico signed on the dotted line on Tuesday.
  • Former attorney died at 65 on Tuesday: Former attorney-general Goolam Essaji Vahanwati, the first Muslim to become the country’s top law officer, died at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital here on Tuesday.
  • Bihar Minister’s son out of coma:  Bihar Cooperative minister Jai Kumar Singh’s son, who allegedly attempted suicide after ragging at Gwalior’s Scindia School last month, regained consciousness at Delhi’s Apollo Hospital on Tueday.
  • Modi Met Netaji Aide: PM Narendra Modi met with 93-year old Saichiro Misumi, who had worked with Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and still recalls incidents associated with him, in Tokyo on Tuesday.
  • Japan comes up with 30 minute Ebola Virus: Japanese researchers said on Tuesday they have developed a new method to detect the presence of the Ebola virus in 30 minutes, with technology that could allow doctors to quickly diagnose infection.
  • NASA tests 3D printed rocket engine parts: NASA has successfully tested the most complex rocket engine parts ever designed by the agency and created by 3D printing, pushing the limits of the technology.
  • Sikka’s 2 SAP colleague to join Infosys: Two of Vishal Sikka’s closet colleague at SAP is joining Infosys, marking the company’s first major external appointment since Sikka took over as CEO in August.
  • China to invest over $5bilion in 2 IT Park: Japan announced investment to tune of $35 billion in India, China invest $5 billion in the industrial park in Maharashtra and Gujarat, which would focus on automobile manufacturing, in phase over the next decade.
  • Oldest Test player Norman Gordon dies at 103: South African fast bowler Normal Gordon, the oldest surviving Test cricketer aged103, passed away after a year long illness due to renal complication. Gordon passed away in his home in Hillbrow, close to the Johannesburg City.
  • Kabir Khan resigns as Afghanistan coach: Afghanistan’s cricket coach resigned on Tuesday, saying the job was putting too much strain on his family, dealing the side a major blow in its preparation for next year’s World Cup.
  • India won Test of ODI against England in England after 24 year: India won their first bilateral series against England in England after 24 year. In 1990, they had won both their ODIs in the Texaco Trophy against England under Mohammad.
  • Dhoni set a record as Indian Captain: Mahendra Singh Dhoni has set a record for the most wins for an Indian captain (91) in ODI.
  • BCCI deal with MRF academy: The Board of Control for Cricket in India has signed an agreement with MRF Pace Foundation to train Indian pace bowler under the guidance of legendary Australian fast bowler Glenn McGrath at its Chennai academy. The first batch of trainees begun their formal training on Tuesday.
  • Indian Oil implements new facility: The Indian customer based in Agra, Mathura, Aligarh, Firozabad, Etawah, Manipuri, Etah and Auraiya districts can now look their Indane refills though IVRS facility.
  • NBCC got Arch Excellence Award: National Buildings Construction Corporation Limited (NBCC) has been recently awarded with Arch of Excellence Award under corporate category at all India Achievers Conference.
  • Schweinsteiger became Germany captain: Bastian Schweinsteiger has been named Germany captain to replace the retired Philipp Lahm.
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