Daily Current Affairs – 21 September 2015

  • Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has launched a mobile application giving details about the availability of furnaces at city crematoriums
  • The Indira Gandhi National Open University will soon resume its operations in 9 center abroad and start fresh enrollment of international students, 2 years after it had to withdraw the facilities across 84 countries due to legal complications.
  • China successfully placed 20 micro satellites into space using its latest carrier rocket powered by pollution-free fuels, boosting the Communist giant’s competitiveness in the global satellite launch sector
  • Jagmohan Dalmiya, President of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), died on 20th September 2015.
  • Shamim Hanfi, the famous Urdu scholar awarded with Jnangarima Manad Alankaran Award of Bharatiya Jnanpith on 20th September 2015.
  • Indian shuttler Ajay Jayaram’s dream run ends in disappointment at Korea final.
  • Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) has bagged the Best Airport Award (under class X cities category) for 2013-14. The award, part of the National Tourism Awards (NTA) was presented by the President Pranab Mukherjee at a glittering ceremony held at Vigyan Bhavan.
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