31 August Current Affairs 2016

At IIT Town hall, John Kerry jokes on Delhi Rain: ‘Have you come here in boats’ At IIT Town hall, John Kerry jokes on Delhi Rain: ‘Have you come here in boat

US Secretary of state John Kerry on Wednesday cracked a joke on water-logging and heavy rainfall that has brought the city to a halt when John Kerry addressing the student of IIT Delhi. Kerry tries to make the environment lighter by asking if they came in boat. Rather than speaking on the issue of terrorism originating from Pakistan. Kerry’s visit to three religious sites cancelled due to heavy rainfall in the city. Kerry was planned to visit the Gauri Shankar temple, Jama Masjid and Gurdwara Sisganj Sahib on Wednesday. Speaking at the IIT (Delhi), John Kerry focused on the importance of improving the India-US relationship. Making stronger Indo-US relations is a top importance for the United States US and India have to keep trust in our democratic values and respect the rights of all our citizens.

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Indian Coach Anil Kumble wants strong pool of probable’s and fringe players in all formats

When Indian home season begins, comprises of 13 Test matches and a couple of International Series Indian coach Anil Kumble will also keeping a closed eye on fringe players.   New Zealand, England, Bangladesh and Australia will tour, which is the long home season fir India. Apart from these who will be in team and who will be not can be monitored in the terms of their performance and rehabilitation in case of an injury of the players. As part of his road-map, which was first discussed IN advance to the West Indies tour, during a conclave attended by Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, the national level selectors, India A and junior team coach Rahul Dravid among others, Kumble asked the selectors to pick a probable’s team in all three formats and submit the names to him.

Reports on the Vadra Land Deals given by Dhingra Panel, hints at irregularities

A Haryana government panel has put forward  its report on its investigation of blame  that laws were disobey in granting land licenses  to some companies, including one owned by Robert Vadra, the son-in-law of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi. The one-man justice SN Dhingra commission of inquiry, set up by the BJP government in May 2015, forwards its report to chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on the Wednesday. The panel was asked to poke into licenses given by the previous Bhupinder Singh Hooda-led Congress government for the development of colonies, housing societies and enreprise complexes in four Gurgaon villages of Sihi, Shikohpur, Kherki Daula and Sikanderpur Bada.

The audit panel, which was given three extensions, examined 250 files connection to over 100 licenses’, CLU (change of land use) and format plans and examined 30 witnesses, including several bureaucrats. Justice Dhingra, a former Delhi high court judge, had on June 30 sought after a last-minute wing to study additional evidence and documents about some “benami properties in Gurgaon area”.

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Girl from Mumbai Malvika Joshi 17 Years old makes it to MIT

The girl from the city of Mumbai Malvika Raj Joshi only seventeen year old have doesn’t have a class 10 and 12 certificate has made it to the most honorable Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), that’s because of this computer programming talent.

She is perusing the Bachelor of Science Degree and got the scholarship from MIT after getting a seat for being three-time medal winner at International Olympiad of Informatics).She got two silver medal and a bronze medal. It was the Malvika medals that will assure his dream to perusing research work in her favorite subject Computer Science.

 In Vibrant Gujarat 2017 Poland to be a partner country

8th Vibrant Gujarat Summit scheduled to be held in January 2017, Poland will be a partner country. Ambassdor of Poland Tomasz Lukazuk and other officials met Gujarat Chief minister Vijay Rupani at Gandhinagar on Wednesday. The merging that was attended by senior officials of Government of Gujarat including K Kailashnathan, Chief Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Andrez Kneifel, Minister Counsellor, Economic Section and Mr. Jan Kucharz, First Secretary, Embassy of the Republic of Poland in New Delhi was also part of this important meeting, orbit of common cooperation including those in ship-building, port development, oil and refineries, engineering, automobiles, electronics, waste management and green technologies are to be focused in this summit.

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Updated: August 31, 2016 — 3:55 pm

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