Latest Current Affairs 30th September 2019

Delhi HC denies bail to Chidambaram in INX Media case: The Delhi High Court today refused to grant bail to former Finance Minister P Chidambaram in the INX Media corruption case

Abrogation of article 370 and 35 A is best tribute to CRPF martyrs: HM Amit Shah: Home Minister Amit Shah has said that decision of abrogation of article 370 and 35 A from Jammu and Kashmir is the best tribute to the 35 thousand martyrs of CRPF in the country. Speaking at the 27th Raising day celebrations of Rapid Action Force- RAF at Vastral in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, the Home Minister said that Jammu and Kashmir will now be on the new path of peace and prosperity.

Relief and rescue operation in full swing in rain affected Bihar: The Central Government has provided two Air Force helicopters to Bihar for relief and rescue operations in flood affected and water logged areas of Patna

Air Chief Marshal Bhadauria takes charge as new IAF Chief: Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria took over as 26th Chief of the Indian Air Force on Monday.

Heavy rainfall wreaks havoc in Uttar Pradesh: In Uttar Pradesh, moderate to heavy rainfall for the last several days at various places has caused great loss to life and property.

Rain wreaks havoc in Bihar and UP; schools closed in Patna: According to the Meteorological Department, the four-month monsoon season is officially ending Monday but it is unlikely that it will withdraw in the coming week.

J&K: Elections to Block Development Councils to be held on October 24: The Election Authority on Sunday announced the poll schedule for the election of chairpersons of Block Development Councils in the 310 blocks of Jammu and Kashmir.

No matter where you live, keep in mind your Motherland, says PM at Convocation of IIT, Madras: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the 56th convocation ceremony of IIT Madras on Monday.

BJP CEC meet held in New Delhi: The meeting of BJP Central Election Committee was held at Party Headquarters in New Delhi and discussed names of candidates for upcoming Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections.

J&K Block Development Council polls to be held on Oct 24: The Election Authority on Sunday announced the poll schedule for the election of chairpersons of Block Development Councils in the 310 blocks of Jammu and Kashmir.

Hong Kong upholds ban on National Day march after violence: In Hong Kong, authorities have rejected an appeal for a major pro-democracy march tomorrow on National Day holiday, after two straight days of protest-related violence in the Special Administrative Region of China.

Eight killed in road accident in Dubai: Eight people have been reported killed and six seriously injured on Monday morning in an accident along Mohamed Bin Zayed Road , the main traffic road which runs through the city.

Sri Lanka: Petition on Gotabaya’s citizenship to be taken up by court: In Sri Lanka, the court of appeal has decided to take up a petition on Wednesday against Presidential candidate Gotabaya Rajapaksa on the issue of his citizenship.

Hong Kong sees intense clashes days ahead of China’s 70th anniversary: Fierce clashes broke out between protesters and riot police in Hong Kong Sunday as thousands marched through the strife-torn city, during a day of global protests aimed at casting a shadow over China’s 70th birthday.

China to send its top trade negotiator to US for talks: China’s top trade negotiator will lead an upcoming 13th round of talks aimed at resolving a trade war with the United States, a senior Chinese official said Sunday.

Doubles defeat for Djokovic ahead of Japan Open singles debut: World number one Novak Djokovic, forced out of the US Open with a shoulder injury, suffered a doubles defeat at the Japan Open on Monday, but proved his recovery is on track.

Sholay’s loyal dacoit Viju Khote passes away: Veteran Hindi and Marathi actor Viju Khote, who feebly mouthed the iconic dialogue “Sardar, maine aapka namak khaya hai” as Kalia to Amjad Khan’s notorious Gabbar in cult classic “Sholay”, passed away on Monday.

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