Top News Headlines of 9 September 2014


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  • Top ranked Pakistani off-spinner Saeed Ajmal was suspended indefinitely from international cricket for an illegal bowling action on Tuesday but vowed to return in time for next year’s World Cup.
  • US President Barack Obama will meet Narendra Modi at the White House at the end of the month. They will discuss a range of issues of mutual interest (include economic growth and security issues) in order to expand and deepen US-India strategic partnership.
  • Delhi High Court declared on Tuesday that Information on asset liabilities of spouse of dependent children will not be revealed to the public by government departments.
  • The Central Bureau Investigation arrested former IPS officer turned-Trinamool-Politician Rajat Majumdar a retired West Bengal DGP over the Saradha scam on Tuesday.
  • YSR Congress Chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy was accused in another CBI charge sheet in a case related to investment made in his companies in return for benefits.
  • Army engineers and the BRO reopened the highway connecting Ladakh with the Kashmir valley on Tuesday.
  • In the absence of a central database on the state, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has tied up with the search engine ‘Google’ to upload data that can be accessed by anyone.
  • Meja Urja Nigam Private Limited (MUNPL) has signed a loan facility amounting to 13.54 billion Japanese Yen ($135million) and $1.53 million.
  • On Teacher’s day, state bank of India donated 200 computers and its peripherals to deserving 200 schools through branches operating were made to circle of the Bank.
  • The army has deployed 20,000 soldiers in the ongoing operation Megh Rahat, with 215 columns, 80 medical teams and 15 engineer task forces, and thousands others providing back-up, in one of its largest disaster rescue and assistant operation and army alone has rescued 38,700 people till now.
  • The Indian high commission in Islamabad has issued as many as 350-400 visas to Pakistani businessmen to participate in the second edition of the ‘Lifestyle Pakistan’ exhibition to be held in Delhi from September 11.
  • By elections to three Lok Sabha and 33 assembly constituencies across nine states on September 13 are expected to be the first barometer of the NDA government’s popularly since May this year.
  • Kolkata-born British author Neel Mukherjee’s latest novel “The Lives of Others’, set in troubles Bengal of the 1960s and centres around a dysfunctional family has been shortlisted for the prestigious Booker Prize 2014, in its debut as a global literary award.
  • Silicon-Valley based fund Nexus Venture Partners has invested $1.5 million in New Delhi-based startup, which connects patients to the nearest doctors.
  • Already ranked ninth in Forbes’ list of top tennis earners, Japan’s Kei Nishikori is due for a bigger share of the off-court largesse despite losing Monday’s final at the US open.
  • The Delhi High Court ban on “illegal” e-rickshaw in the city would continue till the law was amended to bring them under the ambit of the Mother Vehicles Act on Tuesday.
  • Jitu Rai earned India’s first medal in the shooting World Champions in Granada, Spain, by clinching the 50m free pistol silver medal on Tuesday.
  • West Indies over came their own atrocious catching and a defiant hundred by Mushifiqur Rahim to defeat Bangladesh by ten wickets before lunch on the fifth and final day of the first Test at the Arnos Vale Stadium in St Vincent on Tuesday.
  • Ending an agonizing wait for Indian sportspersons, including the footballer who were training in China, the Union sports ministry on Tuesday cleared a 679 strong Indian contingent for the for the Asian Games beginning in the South Korean City of Incheon next week.
  • The Delhi traffic police have proposed a driver verification system to check on the road credentials of a prospective driver. Under the plan cops will issued an employability certificate to a driver after checking his licence and the number of challans issued to him, as well as other details such as multiple licences held by the person.
  • Aam Admi Party launched a scathing attack on lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung and accused him of favouring BJP to form the government in Delhi.
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