4 September 2016 Current Affairs
- 1 4 September 2016 Current Affairs
- 1.1 Mother Teresa declare saint by Pop Francis of Roman Catholic Church
- 1.2 To brake Economic lag PM Modi calls for structural reforms: At G20 Summit
- 1.3 With parceling of Rs 890 crore for champions trophy in England: BCCI Disappointed
- 1.4 Bihar to link exams to Aadhaar card after the board exam scam
- 1.5 Pensioner to supervise government jobs recruitment exams
Mother Teresa declare saint by Pop Francis of Roman Catholic Church
Pop Francis of Roman Catholic Church declares Mother Teresa as a Saint in Canonization Ceremony in Vatican City on Sunday. A 12 member central mission led by external affair minister Sushma Swaraj and two state governments -mission level mission from Delhi and west Bengal, led by chief Minister.
Arvind Kejriwal and Mamta bannerjee respectively have attend the function. Missionaries of Charity Superior General Sister Mary have led the group of around 40-50 runs from different part of country and about 45 bishop from all over India present in Vatican. Earlier Pop Francis had announced that Mother Teresa will be declared as Saint on September 4.
To brake Economic lag PM Modi calls for structural reforms: At G20 Summit
Prime Minister Modi has told to the G20 leaders that India meet at a time when the global situation faces complex political and economic challenges. He also focused on the issue to improve financial system, boost domestic production, enhance infrastructure investment and create a pool of human capital.
Other leaders notice their presence , the summit in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou include Russia’s Vladimir Putin, Japan’s Shinzo Abe, Britain’s Theresa May, Germany’s Angela Merkel and France’s Francois Hollande.
With parceling of Rs 890 crore for champions trophy in England: BCCI Disappointed
Allocation of Rs 890 crore for champion trophy in England by the International Cricket Council disappoints Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as organizational cost for the tournament scheduled from 1-18, next year.
The budget is three times increase from the USD 45 million that was allocated to BCCI by the ICC for the world T20 held from March 8 to April 3,earlier this year. Whenever ICC conducts any tournament, a certain amount of money is allocated to host the country. The host country recruit LOC (Local Organizing Committee), which is responsible for all the cost that may occur while hosting the tournament.
The state of Bihar is going to became the first state of which the state board to link students examination form with Aadhar cards number to stay away from duplication and easy access to the documents. The plan will be execute from BSEB’s compartmental exams, which are scheduled for the month of November.
This decision was taken after Kishor had a talk with the Unique identification Authority of India (UIDAI) DG Ajay Bhushan pandey who was in Patna on Friday.
Pensioner to supervise government jobs recruitment exams
Now the retired employs of the central Government will be occupied for the jobs as the inspecting officers and the member belongs from flying group for conducting and supervising of the examination at the various places across the country for the exam that conducted by SSC (Staff Selection Commission) by the note of ministry.
The SSC has also attempt to find the pensioner from the ministry to select appropriate candidates. There is almost 58 lakh central government pensioner. The personnel Ministry already keep a repository in an online initiative called Sankalp. There are 1,815 pensioners registered with the Sankalp. The ministry wants all pensioners to get them registered on this platform.