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India This Week: 7 September-13 September 2015

Sep 14, 2015 18:08 IST

India this week is a section provided by Jagranjosh.com to help the students and aspirants of various competitive exams. The segment provides most important events of the week 7 September to 13 September 2015. It will help you to revise and recollect the important news and events just before the exam.

7 September 2015
• First-ever Census on India’s Leopard presented
• Tamil Nadu Government launched Amma baby care Kit Scheme
• Haryana Assembly passed Panchayati Raj (Amendment) Bill, 2015
• Andhra Pradesh Government launched e-Pragati project to provide Integrated One Governance
• Maharashtra government to abolish LBT on petrol and diesel within 15 days
• MCX Ltd, IamSMEofIndia signed MoU to unveil benefits of Commodity Price Risk Management
• Brij Raj Sharma appointed as Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir

8 September 2015
• CCI imposed penalty on Kerala Film Exhibitors Federation for Contravening Competition Law
• Union Government inaugurated New production facility for producing prosthetic systems
• Jharkhand Government approved the formation of Anti-Terrorism Squad in State
• Haryana banned manufacture, storage, sale of gutka, pan masala in the state
• Himachal Pradesh organised organic fair and food festival to boost organic farming
• Weightlifter Deepak Lather won Gold in 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games
• Agriculture expert Ramesh Chand appointed as a full time member Niti Aayog
• Arun Jaitley launched digital version of Mahatma Gandhi's collected work

9 September 2015
• J Manjula appointed as Director-General of Electronics and Communication Systems cluster of DRDO
• DGFT launched online certificate programme Niryat Bandhu@Your Desktop
• Union Cabinet approved National Offshore Wind Energy Policy 2015
• Union Cabinet approved constitution of 21st Law Commission of India
• Union Cabinet approved India’s Preferential Treatment to LDCs in Trade in Services in the WTO
• SunEdison Inc, Tamil Nadu Government signed MoU to develop 2-GW projects
• Telangana Language Day observed to commemorate birth anniversary of Kaloji Narayana Rao
• Election Commission of India announced election dates for Bihar Assembly polls
• Union Government approved 6% hike in DA for Central Government employees
• Union cabinet approved guidelines for spectrum trading between service providers
• Union Cabinet approved 100 percent FDI in white label ATMs through automatic route
• Union Cabinet gave nod to transfer regulatory authority on potable alcohol to states
• Union Cabinet approved introduction of Gold Monetization Schemes
• Union Cabinet approved Sovereign Gold Bonds Scheme to reduce dependence on physical gold
• Abitha Mary Manuel and Anamika Das bagged bronze medals in 2015 CYG
• Renowned water policy expert Ramaswamy R Iyer died
• INS Vajrakosh commissioned by Defence Ministry at Karwar
• President conferred Gandhi Peace Prize on ISRO

10 September 2015
• Union HRD Ministry launched National Web Portal for Apprenticeship Training
• Management of minority educational institution cannot exploit its employees: Allahabad HC
• Global Investors Meet 2015 held in Tamil Nadu
• Virat Kohli became co-owner of IPTL’s franchise UAE Royals
• Mumbai Dialogue: Towards a TB-free India launched
• Former Member of Parliament Balkrishna Wasnik died

11 September 2015

• Union Government approved the purchase of 10 Heron TP drones from Israel
• Rajasthan first state to submit Annual Action Plan under Atal Mission (AMRUT)
• Prof Kumkum Dhar appointed as Vice Chancellor of Bhatkhande Music Institute

12 September 2015

• DMRC to execute 6769 crore rupees worth Vijayawada Metro Rail Project
• 10th World Hindi Conference held in Bhopal

13 September 2015
• Indian Railways partnered with Google to provide free Wi-Fi services under Project Nilgiri
• Dr G Satheesh Reddy conferred with Royal Aeronautical Society Silver Medal
• Experts discovered existence of thriving port town in Thanjavur district in Sangam Era

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