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Today Current Affairs September 13-2016
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Army Green – beat Neroca FC – win Durand Cup
The Army Green has won the 128th edition of Durand Cup football title. Army Green defeated the Neroca FC 6-5 via penalty shootouts.
Govt launches – toll-free number – postal complaints
The government has launched toll-free number 1924 to register the postal complaints. This will initially be operational for 12 hours on working days & has started in Hindi, Malayalam, and English. The Department of Posts is the 8th largest department regarding the number of complaints.
Joint Indian-US army exercise – Yudh Abhyas 2016 – begin in Uttarakhand
As part of the ongoing Indo-US defense cooperation, a joint military training exercise, ‘Yudh Abhyas 2016’ is set to be conducted in Uttarakhand from September 14 to 27. The headquarter Central Command was doing the exercise in Chaubattia.
September Current Affairs
Stan Wawrinka Beats – Defending U.S – Open Champion Novak Djokovic
Stan Wawrinka defeated world number one Novak Djokovic to claim a 3rd Grand Slam title at the US Open tennis tournament. Wawrinka secured a 6-7 (1/7), 6-4, 7-5, 6-3 victory over Serbia’s Djokovic.
Centre issues fresh guidelines – Flexi-fund for CSS
The government has issued fresh Flexi-fund guidelines that will give more freedom to states in spending money under the Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) to meet local developmental requirements.
Under the new norms, Flexi-funds in each CSS has been increased from the current 10% to 25% for states and 30% for Union Territories.
Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra Awards presented
At the Rabindra Mandap auditorium, the five-day-long 22nd Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra Award Festival concluded with the presentation of the prestigious awards named after the legendary Odissi artists.
Pakistan appoints Wasim Bari – manager of national cricket team
Wasim Bari who is the Former Pakistan Test captain has appointed as the new manager of the national team for the coming ‘home’ series against the West Indies in the UAE. Bari who is 68-year-old played 81 Tests and 51 ODIs, has also served as chief selector & chief operating officer on the board.
Government approves agreement – with Kenya for cooperation – National Housing Policy
Union Cabinet under the chairmanship of Prime Minister gave approval for the MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) between India and Kenya on cooperation in the field of NHPDM (National Housing Policy Development and Management). At Nairobi, the MoU was signed on 11th July 2016 during the visit of the PM Modi to Kenya.
Cabinet Approves – Formation and Functioning of GST Council
Union Cabinet has approved the formation process and functioning of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council. GST Council primary function will be to decide the GST rate along with many other things. Arun Jaitley who is the Finance Minister will be heading the GST Council, which will comprise state finance ministers as well.
Filipino revenge drama – wins best picture – world’s oldest film festival
On 10 September 2016, the revenge drama Ang Babaeng Humayo has won the Golden Lion for Best Film Award at the 73 Venice Film Festival. F or Best Direction, Russian director Andrei Konchalovsky & Mexican film director Amat Escalante shared Silver Lion for their respective films Paradise and The Untamed.
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