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October 03, 2013

Daily Current Affairs of October 2nd

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International Affairs
  • Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has inaugurated the first phase of the 2000MW nuclear power plant project in Pabna.
  • Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant has a new leak of radioactive water after workers overfilled a storage tank.
National Affairs
  • The Union Cabinet on Wednesday decided to withdraw the controversial ordinance as well as the bill protecting the convicted lawmakers.
  • Nation celebrated the birth anniversaries of Shri Lal Bahadur Sashtri and Gandhiji. 
  • The Delhi Public Works Department has given an assurance to the National Green Tribunal that it will take care of the greenbelt along the elevated road project on the Vikas Puri-Mukarba Chowk of Delhi by planting 2908 trees to replace the 1476 which will be cut.
  • Amid the Rs 5,600 crore payment crisis at the National Spot Exchange, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has ordered the inspection of account books of the bourse and its promoter Financial Technologies India.
  • New train service connecting Hoshiarpur with Delhi was flagged off from Hoshiarpur railway station on 2nd October 2013.
  • To mark the 144th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Gandhiji, Sam Pitroda, Chairman, National Innovation Council, has organised a Twitter conference to discuss the life and message of Mahatma Gandhi.
  • JD(U) suspended two Lok Sabha MPs, Jai Narayan Nishad and Purnmasi Ram, from the party for six years on charge of engaging in anti-party activities.
  • Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy unveiled the model coach of Hyderabad Metro (which is going to be completed by  March 2015). The coach will be open for public viewing from Thursday.

  • Best-selling US author Tom Clancy, known to millions for his Jack Ryan series of novels, has died aged 66.

Busniess and Economy
  • The International Monetary Fund said that the US government shutdown caused by a budget impasse has been shrugged off by financial markets, but warned the uncertainty could tighten credit.
  • Leander Paes and Sania Mirza smoothly moved into the China Open quarter-finals with partners in their respective events.
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