5 September Latest Current Affairs 2016
In South Asia for spreading terror, one Nation is responsible: PMO at G20 Summit
At G20 summit on Monday, Prime Minister Modi blamed that one nation is responsible for spreading the terror in South Asia. “Terrorist is a terrorist; one single nation in South Asia is expanding agents of terror in our region,” He inspire the International community to act in unity and give immediate respond to the terrorism. Inspite of this India has zero Policy system towards terrorism. In his speech addressing to the Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) meetings, terrorism in South Asia or anywhere in the world d not owns weapons factories or bank.
Reserve Bank of India open door to Islamic finance as Raghuram Rajan departs
To tackle financial exclusion for religious reasons, the Reserve Bank of India has proposed with the government to initiate interest free banking. Free Banking is just for the Islamic finance to the largest Muslim minority population in the World. Last week Indian central government has made the proposal in its annual report as departing RBI Governor to close friend Urjit Patel. Previously said that Islamic finance could be offered through non bank channels. The country’s second largest religious approximate 180 Muslims in India have been unable to access to Islamic Bank.
NCERT try to find Institute of National Importance status from government
The Human Resource Development ministry is considering a demand of National council for Educational Research Training (NCERT).for concedes it ‘Institute of National Importance status’.So that it can present with degrees and start new courses on teaching.HRD Minister Upendara Kushwaha and the NCERT Director Hrushikesh Senapaty was present at the 56 foundation day of the organisation.Mentioning an instance he said that the one of the regional institute under NCERT could not initiate semester system because it was not in line with the standard of the affiliated University.
The NCERT Director said that a council govern by Goverdhan Mehta had commend ‘Institute of National Importance status ‘and after the approval of the Executive Council a plan was submitted to the HRD Ministry.
After attending G20 summit in China Prime Minister Modi leaves for Home
On Monday Prime Minister Modi left Hangzhou after attending two days G20 Summit in China. Beside this PM Modi meets Chinese President Xi Jinping and a presenter of other world leaders. Discussions at G20 were extensive and wide ranging. He also thanks for the hospitality received from the government of China. He also focuses on the bilateral tensions between two countries. On other side of the summit, Modi also met Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, deputy crown prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad bin Salman, UK Prime Minister Theresa May, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Argentine President Mauricio Macri and carry talks with them on key bilateral issues.
Rohit Sharma slips to number 7, Virat Kohli retain second spot in ODI ranking
As per the latest ICC rankings Virat Kohli remains the second best batsman in ODIs ranking where opener Rohit Sharma dropped one place to another seven. For the first time after a stellar performance against Pakistan England batsman Joe Root has stream into the top five of rankings, which earned him for the player of series. During the series, the Yorkshireman also gain a career-best rating of 776 points, which he had received after the third ODI at Trent Bridge in which he scored 85.ries award.
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