Latest Current Affairs 28th September 2019

Floods inundates many parts of Bihar: In Bihar, the water level of several rivers including Ganga, Bagmati, Burhi Gandak and Kamla Balan river is increasing continuously following incessant rains. These rivers are flowing above the danger mark.

PM Modi accorded grand reception on arrival in New Delhi after historic USA visit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has returned home to a grand welcome after a successful week-long visit to the United States. Prime Minister Modi received a rousing welcome after landing at Palam Technical Air Force station in New Delhi this evening. A host of Union Ministers, BJP Working President J P Nadda, Delhi unit chief Manoj Tiwari and several BJP MPs were present.

UN should take strict action against countries spreading terror: Vice President:Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday inaugurated a four-day global summit cum expo on ‘Spirituality for unity, peace and prosperity’ being organised by Brahma Kumaris at Sirohi in Rajasthan.

India provides financial aid for construction of school building in Nepal: India has provided financial assistance for construction of a school building in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Sri Lanka Govt opposes UN’s decision to cut number of Sri Lankan peacekeepers: Sri Lankan government has opposed the decision of United Nations to cut the number of Sri Lankan peacekeepers due to charges of human rights violations against its army chief.

Sheikh Hasina unveils four point proposal to resolve Rohingya Crisis at UN: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh has outlined a four point proposal at the UN to resolve the Rohingya crisis.

On 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Nepal Rastra Bank issues commemorative coins: To celebrate 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev the Nepal Rastra Bank has issued commemorative coins.

At least 52 dead in Chad gold mine collapse: At least 52 people died when an illegal gold mine collapsed in northern Chad this week, a government source said on Friday, with authorities still searching for more bodies.

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