September 2010 Current Affairs: In this chapter, information has been given about the latest current affairs based on India and the world in the month of September 2010 from the point of view of upcoming competitive examinations. Here you can find various fields of India and the world like: Appointments, Resignations, Sports and Sportsmen, Politics, Awards and Honors, Important Days, Deaths, Reports, Business, Planning, Politics, Education, Books and Authors, Economy, Accidents, Science, Technology You can get general knowledge about important current affairs related to geography, records, settlement, convention and entertainment etc.
|30 September 2010 | Miscellaneous Current Affairs
The President of Mozambique, Armando Guebuza visited India from 29 September 2010 to 4 October 2010. During this visit.
|29 September 2010 | Appointments Current Affairs
The newly formed Republican Indian Committee in the United States has appointed Armeane M Choksi -- former World Bank official and venture capitalist and now real estate developer, adjunct professor and community activist -- as its first national president.
|28 September 2010 | Appointments Current Affairs
Andhra Pradesh Chief Electoral Officer I V Subba Rao has been posted as Additional Secretary in the ministry of personnel of the Centre.
|27 September 2010 | Important Days Current Affairs
Representatives from 160 countries came together in Guangzhou, China to celebrate the World Tourism Day (27 September) and discuss the future development of the industry.
|26 September 2010 | Obituaries Current Affairs
Developmental economist and Member of the Rajya Sabha, Arjun Kumar Sengupta died. He had done his Ph.D from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and later taught in institutions like London School of Economics and the Delhi School of Economics.
|25 September 2010 | Resignations Current Affairs
Pakistan's Minister for Defence Production Abdul Qayum Jatoi resigned after criticising the Army and the higher judiciary, including the Chief Justice.
|24 September 2010 | Technology Current Affairs
The Strategic Forces Command conducted an unsuccessful user trial of the nuclear weapons-capable, surface-to-surface Prithvi-II ballistic missile from Chandipur in Orissa.
|23 September 2010 | Economy Current Affairs
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) rejected MCX-SX's application to offer trading in equities, debt, and derivatives. SEBI also rejected the exchange's request to offer an SME trading platform.
|22 September 2010 | Awards Current Affairs
India opener Gautam Gambhir was conferred 'Managing India' award by President Pratibha Patil at a felicitation programme organised by the All India Management Association (AIMA) on 22 Sept 2010.
|21 September 2010 | Business Current Affairs
IBM announced that it signed a 10-year business transformation and information technology (IT) services agreement with Jet Airways. The
|20 September 2010 | World Current Affairs
A day's joint sitting of Parliament is likely on November 9 to enable US President Barack Obama to address the members while the Winter session could be convened from the third week of November as usual.
|19 September 2010 | Business Current Affairs
The RBI cleared NRI businessman Surichan Chansri Chawla's transfer of Catholic Syrian Bank (CSB) shares to Edelweiss Capital on 19 Sept 2010. Edelweiss held 0.39% stake in Catholic Syrian Bank.
|18 September 2010 | Miscellaneous Current Affairs
Frenchman- Philippe Croizon (42) whose arms and legs are amputed swam across the English Channel weekend. He completed his swim in 13 and-a-half hours instead of 24 hours as was estimated.
|17 September 2010 | Appointments Current Affairs
Three Indian Americans -- Farooq Kathwari, a Muslim, Sunil Puri, a Hindu, and Amardeep Singh, a Sikh -- were among 18 Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders appointed by United States President Barack Obama as commissioners to his Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, of which the executive director, Kiran Ahuja, is also an Indian American.
|16 September 2010 | Person Current Affairs
Neal Katyal, United States' principal deputy solicitor general currently serving as the acting solicitor general, who is among the top five contenders to be the next solicitor general, was presented with the Pride of the Community Award by the Hindu American Foundation at its annual Capitol Hill reception.
|15 September 2010 | World Current Affairs
Trends in Maternal Mortality was jointly released by WHO, Unicef, UNFPA and World Bank. According to the report India's maternal mortality rate (MMR) is the highest though the country managed to pull down maternal mortality rate (MMR) by 59% between 1990 and 2008
|14 September 2010 | Politics Current Affairs
The French Senate passed a Bill banning the burqa-style Islamic veil on public streets and other places with an overwhelming majority.
|13 September 2010 | Appointments Current Affairs
During the seventh International Conference on Environmental Crime organised from 13-17 September 2010, India was selected for the post of secretary in the Wildlife Crime Working Group of the Interpol for the first time. Rina Mitra, Additional Director Wildlife Crime Control Bureau will represent India in the post.
|12 September 2010 | Miscellaneous Current Affairs
India and the US will have a series of high-level meetings starting from this week with the visit of Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao to that country to set the agenda for President Barack Obama's tour in November.
|11 September 2010 | Sports Current Affairs
Argentina defeated top ranking Netherlands 3-1 and won the 12th Women's field hockey World Cup on 11 Sept 2010 in Rosario, Argentina. The England team defeated Germany 2-0 and occupied the third position thereby winning a bronze medal in the tournament.
|10 September 2010 | Important Days Current Affairs
proclaimed International Literacy Day by UNESCO on 17 November 1965 and was first celebrated in 1966. The day’s objective is to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies.
|9 September 2010 | Miscellaneous Current Affairs
The National Innovation Council set up for the promotion of new ideas for inclusive development met for the first time.
|8 September 2010 | Collaboration Current Affairs
NACO (National AIDS Control Organisation) of India and GFATM (Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria) signed a three year grant agreement for 609.9 crore Rupees. The Agreement was signed between NACO director general K Chandramouli and executive director of GFATM, Michel Kazatchkine.
|7 September 2010 | Sports Current Affairs
The Indian Sports Ministry doubled the cash prize for the gold medal winners of Commonwealth Games and Asian games to 20 lakh. The move was directed to encourage sportsperson to perform better in the forth-coming sport events.
|6 September 2010 | Politics Current Affairs
Election Commission announced elections for 243-member Bihar Legislative Assembly scheduled to be held in six phases on 21 October, 24 October,28 October, 1 November, 9 November and 20 November.
|5 September 2010 | Technology Current Affairs
India test-fired the 290-km range BrahMos cruise missile from the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur off the Orissa coast.
|4 September 2010 | Person Current Affairs
Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, has appealed for world solidarity in response to floods that had devastated the lives of millions of people in Pakistan.
|3 September 2010 | Collaboration Current Affairs
India and South Korea signed two defence MoUs during the 3-day visit of Indian Defnce Minister AK Antony to South Korea.The first MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) between India and South Korea is about increasing the mutual exchange of military experience between the two nations through organising joint training exercises and increasing mutual visits by military personnel of the two nations.
|2 September 2010 | Miscellaneous Current Affairs
A second group of 100 Indian fishermen was released from a jail in the southern port city of Karachi as part of a move by Pakistani authorities to free 442 fishermen who have completed their prison terms.
|1 September 2010 | World Current Affairs
Israeli Defence Minister Ehud Barak has suggested that parts of Jerusalem could be handed over to Palestinians as the Jewish state was set to launch direct peace talks with the Palestinian leadership.