9th August Current Affairs
PM Modi holds rally in Gaya ahead of Bihar elections
Mr. Narendra Modi who is the PM of India visited Gaya in poll-bound Bihar on Sunday where he has dealt with a rally soon.
9th August is the 73rd Anniversary of the Quit India Movement.
On this day in 1942 Mahatma Gandhi started a mass protest demanding what he called “an orderly British withdrawal” from India. Gandhiji gave a motto of ‘Do or Die’.
Mou has been signed between Maharashtra Government and – Foxconn
On 9th August 2015, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed to set up its manufacturing facility in the state between Tiawan-based Foxconn and Maharashtra government.
Governors of Bihar – Acharya Dev Vrat and Ram Nath Kovind
On 9th August 2015, Ram Nath Kovind and Acharya Dev Vrat has been chosen as the governers of Bihar and Himachal Pradesh by President Pranab Mukherjee. Mr. Kovind will substitute Keshri Nath Tripathi.
NASA drones to explore – Moon and Mars
On 9th August 2015, Drones are developed by the NASA engineers that can fly to part which are out-of-the-way to rovers to gather samples.
A lander will be used as a base to refill batteries and propellants between flights. The flying automatic vehicles related to quad-copters are developed for the thin atmosphere of Mars and the airless voids of asteroids and the Moon.
9th August Current Affairs
Singapore is commemorating 50 years since it became an independent state.
Singapore became a republic on 9th August 1965, when it was evicted from the Malaysian confederation following a stormy two-year union.
(9th August) is International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples.
This day is observed to encourage and protect the rights of the world’s original population.
It was first well-defined by the General Assembly of the United Nations in December 1994, marking the day of the initial meeting of the UN Working Group on Indigenous Populations of the Subcommission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights, in 1982.
Theme (2005-2015) - “A Decade for Action and Dignity”
Pope calls for global nuclear ban on anniversary of Nagasaki
Pope Francis calls for global nuclear ban on anniversary of Nagasaki – Pope Francis called for a global ban on nuclear weapons on Sunday as he observed the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki.
Obama does not anticipate Iranian nuclear deal falling through
President Obama does not look forward to Iranian nuclear deal falling all the way through – Barack Obama, facing a harsh conflict from Republicans and from a number of of his fellow Democrats on the landmark Iranian deal.
Ashes: Australia face worst Test crisis since 1979
This was the primary day of the fourth Test at Nottingham, a match Michael Clarke’s men desired at least to draw to continue their Ashes hopes alive. England clean out Australia. It wasn’t a T20 game.
Indisposed SA A request India A to play on Monday, Dravid agrees
Indisposed SA ‘A’ request India to play on Monday, Dravid have the similar opinion – In a bizarre turn of actions, India ‘A’ will replace South Africa A in Monday’s tri-series match against Australia ‘A’ after six of the Protea cricketers were left unwilling owing to the depleting Chennai heat and stomach ailments.
Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth Upbeat as India Chase Medals at World Badminton Championship
Saina, Srikanth optimistic as India chase medals at World Championship – Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth will be at the front position as a physically powerful Indian badminton contingent look to create a tremble at the World Championships, starting in Jakarta on Monday.
Xiaomi looks to set up manufacturing plant in Andhra Pradesh
A sign put up by Xiaomi with ’Make in India’ logo at Visakhapatnam airport, followed by a Facebook post, has flicker off speculation that the Chinese phone maker might set up its first India plant in Andhra Pradesh.
Huawei revamps offline mobile business to clock 10% India market share
Following traction to its online trade with Honor brand devices, Chinese telecom main Huawei assumed it will make stronger its offline existence and capture 10 per cent share in the part with its Huawei series smartphones by mid-2016.
Indian army tops popularity charts on Facebook
Leaving a congregation of foreign administration association behind, including the CIA, FBI, NASA and even the Pakistani military, the Indian army has once again summit the popularity charts on social networking site Facebook.
Coal auction’s third tranche to begin on Tuesday
The third round of coal auction will initiate this Tuesday and 22 applications from corporation including Hindalco, Vedanta, JSW Steel and SAIL have cleared the early stages for a whole of five mines on block.
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