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Current Affairs 26th September 2016
Current Affairs Headlines of 26th September, 2016

Current Affairs

 

→ Ashwin fastest Indian to reach 200 Test wickets.

→ Countdown is going on smoothly for ISRO‘s first ever multiple launch.

→ H.R.Khan committee on development of corporate bond in August 2016 recommended that foreign portfolio investors be allowed to trade directly in corporate bonds.

→ ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund hired to manage CPSE ETF assets.

→ National Mission on Bioeconomy was launched in Shillong by the Institute of Bio-resources and Sustainable Development (IBSD) under the Ministry of Science and Technology.

→ President Barack Obama today opened the National Museum of African American History and Culture, an institution dedicated to the many threads of black suffering and triumph.

→ Race Course Metro Station will now be called Lok Kalyan Marg Metro station in line with renaming of the Race Course Road.

→ Rajasthan becomes the first state to adopt Centre‘s Street Lighting National Programme (SLNP) in all its urban local bodies (ULB).

→ Senior IAS officer Arun Goyal has been appointed as Additional Secretary in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council.

→ The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) decided to relax its regulations to enable employees to apply for shares over the Rs 200,000 limit.

→ Velavan Senthilkumar wins U-19 Asian title.

 


Related to List of September 2016 Current Affairs

 
Current Affairs Headlines of 30th September, 2016
→ Cash Awards of Rs. 90 lakh to Rio Paralympics Winners.

Current Affairs Headlines of 29th September, 2016
→ Google launches instant messaging mobile app Allo.

Current Affairs Headlines of 28th September, 2016
→ Vijay Kelkar elected president of Indian Statistical Institute.

Current Affairs Headlines of 28th September, 2016
→ Vijay Kelkar elected president of Indian Statistical Institute.

Current Affairs Headlines of 27th September, 2016
→ Kolkata Police arrest six linked to Bangladesh terror group.

 

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