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India This Week: 8 June-14 June 2015

Jun 15, 2015 15:46 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 8 June to 14 June 2015. It will help you to revise and recollect the important news and events just before the exam.

8 June 2015
• RBI announced Strategic Debt Restructuring Scheme
• Indian Basketball Players Association launched in New Delhi
• Denudation in mangrove vegetation of Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary
• NMCG, NYKS signed MoU for involvement of youth in restoring the health of Ganga river
• Bombay High Court banned horse driven carriages in Mumbai
• Union Environment Ministry approved Coastal Road Project of Mumbai
• ISRO presented with 2015 Space Pioneer Award for Mars Orbiter Mission
• Vijai Sharma appointed as Chief Information Commissioner of India
• KV Chowdary appointed as Chief Vigilance Commissioner
• Cyclone ASHOBAA intensified into severe cyclonic storm
• RC Tayal appointed as Director General of National Security Guard

9 June 2015
• Indian Army carried out cross-border operation against militants in Myanmar
• RBI issued Draft Framework on Issuance of Rupee linked Bonds Overseas
• Shah Rukh Khan acquired CPL T20 team Trinidad & Tobago
• Bihar launched campaign Badh Chala Bihar to produce Bihar@2025 vision document
• AMC launched USE and GET PAID scheme; Public Toilet Users to be paid 1 rupee
• Haryana's Jind, Karnal & UP's Muzaffarnagar included in NCR
• Former Indian Cricketer Hemant Kanitkar died
• Dr. Srivari Chandrasekhar appointed as Director of CSIR-IICT
• PVR Ltd agreed to acquire DLF's DT Cinemas for 500 crore rupees
• India-born Padmasree Warrior resigned as Chief Technology Officer of Cisco
• ICICI Bank appointed MK Sharma as non-executive chairman

10 June 2015
• Union Cabinet approved proposal to promulgate the Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Ordinance
• CCEA approved 4721 crore rupees road projects in Madhya Pradesh, Telangana
• Kapil Mishra named as Delhi Law Minister
• Prof S Bandyopadhayay appointed as Director of Indian Statistical Institute (ISI)
• Dr Bimal K Roy removed as Director of Indian Statistical Institute (ISI)
• Indigenously built aircraft carrier INS Vikrant undocked in Kochi
• Parkash Singh Badal conferred with 2015 Sant Namdev National Award
• HDFC Bank launched PayZapp
• Amazon opened its biggest Fulfilment Centre in Hyderabad

11 June 2015
• Union Government launched Migrant Resource Centre in Chennai

12 June 2015
• Railway Ministry decided to run Suvidha Trains
• Bibek Debroy committee on railway restructuring submitted report to Union Ministry of Railways
• RBI issued final guidelines for 6-year and 13-year Interest Rate Futures
• Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) launched India Nuclear Insurance Pool (INIP)
• Telangana Government unveiled Telangana Industrial Policy 2015
• Sangeet Natak Akademi announced awardees for 2014 Akademi Awards and fellowships
• Chandigarh's Rock Garden creator Nek Chand died

13 June 2015
• CSIR set up India’s first Micro Air Vehicle Aerodynamics Research Tunnel in Bengaluru

14 June 2015

• Harbhajan Singh became 9th highest wicket-taker in Test Cricket
• Tamil Nadu and Adani Power Ltd signed PPA to set up 200 MW solar power plant in Ramanathapuram
• Sheila Kaul, former Governor of Himachal Pradesh, died
• Union Government launched mobile app to locate nearest blood bank

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