Current Affairs – 16 September 2015

Current Affairs for Banking, SSC, Railway, UPSC, TTE and other competetive exams. Kindly rever to the below Mentioned Affairs and Events.


  • A pressed crisis ward at Safdarjung Hospital on Monday. The city has reported 1,872 dengue cases in this way.
  • Gujarat has been set to top position in World Bank’s first constantly positioning of States on the simplicity of working together in India.
  • A horde of US-based supporters anticipate the landing of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a group gathering at Madison Square Garden in New York.
  • Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa proposed setting up of a world-class Central Square and declared a progression of lodging ventures over the state.
  • The British extravagance auto creator makes a big appearance its first-ever SUV with a gravity-challenging, record-breaking trick. Puma F-Pace The Jaguar F-Pace SUV does the force circle, breaking the past world record.
  • Andhra Pradesh Government has uncovered ‘New Tourism Policy-2015-20’ to support tourism area in the state.

Banking & Finance:

  • State Bank of India on Tuesday said awful credit recuperations in the continuous quarter have been “great” and the nation’s biggest loan specialist is taking a gander at more inventive routes for getting cash once again from borrowers.
  • SBI Card, a main charge card guarantor, declared a vital organization with 7 of India’s greatest e-business players for its most current offering, the SimplyCLICK SBI Card.
  • National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has gotten offers worth Rs 3,872 crore for its assessment free security issue through the private situation course, as indicated by sources in the security market.
  • Head administrator Narendra Modi looked for the backing of the Sri Lankan Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, for Indian financial specialists why should sharp partake in that nation’s monetary improvement, particularly in the framework, vitality, and transport segments.
  • In a first for an Indian organization, CLP Wind Farms, the wind power arrangement of CLP India, on Tuesday said it has raised Rs 600 crore through the offer of green securities to subsidize about 150 MW of wind activities and enhance the financing base from banks to obligation market.
  • Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) on Supervisory Cooperation and Exchange of Supervisory Information.
  • Indian rupee deteriorated another 11 paise to 66.47 against the US dollar in right on time exchange today on outside trusts outpourings in the midst of a critical droop in the nation’s fares.
  • FreeCharge Partners Yes Bank, Fino PayTech to Launch Wallet Solution.
  • China’s yuan debilitated Wednesday morning however was verging on unaltered against the dollar at late morning after state-possessed banks purchased the coin for the benefit of the national bank to settle its rate, merchants said.

G.K & World Affairs:

  • United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has received content construct arrangements with respect to UN Security Council (UNSC) changes.
  • Indian-beginning British MP Seema Malhotra has been designated as the shadow boss secretary for Treasury by the recently chose Labor pioneer Jeremy Corbyn.
  • Malcolm Turnbull was confirmed as the 29th Prime Minister of Australia. Turnbull was confirmed by Governor-General Peter Cosgrove.
  • A RTI inquiry by The Indian Express uncovered that two stamps highlighting Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, propelled by the Department of Posts in December 2008, have been stopped.
  • UN embraced Resolution declaring 9 December as International Genocide Commemoration Day.
  • Devlina Das venture SALINO utilizes sun oriented vitality and electrosorption to change over ocean water to drinking water. Das got a money prize of US $25000.
  • The world’s longest chain of mainland volcanoes has been found extending for more than 2,000 km along eastern Australia.
  • Previous India commander Sunil Gavaskar on Tuesday applauded Ravi Shastri’s commitments as group chief, saying Shastri’s vicinity – alongside that of the new bolster staff – had helped in enhancing the cooperation ethic.
  • The Sports Ministry reported that badminton players Jwala Gutta, Ashwini Ponnappa, Sumeeth Reddy and Manu Atri were incorporated in the Target Olympic Podium (TOP) plan.
  • A British writer “Sunjeev Sahota” of Indian plunge is one of the six authors short-recorded for the prestigious Man Booker Prize, 2015.
  • We Care Solar won 1 million US dollar ‘Controlling the Future We Want’ gift given by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA)

Science & Technology:

  • Today is World Ozone Day.
  • Paytm has presented cashless installments in instructive establishments, which will empower clients to pay school expenses and levy, cafeteria bill, purchase outfits, books and stock.
  • China dispatches HD perception satellite.
  • Toyota is stepping in its journey for sans carbon go with the dispatch of the Mirai hydrogen-fuelled car.
  • World’s Longest Continental Volcano Chain Found in Australia.
  • The aggregate overshadowing will most recent an hour and 12 minutes and will be unmistakable to North and South America, Europe, Africa, and parts of West Asia and the eastern Pacific on September 27.
  • Reliance Jio dispatches boundless free WiFi in Mumbai.
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