Current Affairs of April 2015, Daily updates date wise in pdf, word

Subject: Daily Updates For this Month, Current Affairs For the Month of April 2015

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  • Govt withdraws PDMA, RBI Bill provisions from Finance Bill
  • India and Japan sign action plan for investment and trade promotion
  • RBI fines 3 banks Rs 4.5cr Dena Bank, Bank of Maharashtra and Oriental Bank of Commerce and cautioned eight other public sector banks following its investigation into last year's fixed deposit fraud.
  • Mamata declares Nadia first 'open defecation-free' district in India
  • Parliament Passes Amendment to Regional Rural Banks Bill
  • Pak court jails 10 men for 25 years over 2012 attack on Malala Yousafzai
  • Union Cabinet approves Atal Mission for Rejuvenation.
  • Cabinet clears anti corruption law. 
  • Logo For International Day of Yoga declaring June 21 Launched. 
  • Mukesh Khanna Appointed as new Chairperson of CFSI . 
  • Rs 1,000 minimum pension under Employees' Pension Scheme beyond the financial year 2014-15.
  • Flipkart acquires mobile engagement and marketing automation company Appiterate
  • World Women Chess: Harika wins silver, bronze for Humpy
  • Delhi government gives nod to farmer scheme named after Gajender Singh
  • ISRO successfully tests indigenous cryogenic engine with four-tonne capacity
  • Novelist Siddhartha Gigoo Won Commonwealth Short Story Prize
  • ISRO successfully Tests Indigenous Cryogenic Engine with Four-tonne Capacity
  • Railways Won 5th Senior Men’s National Hockey Championship
  • Maharashtra collaborates with Israel on Smart Cities
  • Haryana announces Rs 1,092 crore farmer compensation
  • Chennai-born Raja Rajeswari is New York’s first Indian-American woman judge
  • TMC emerges clear winner in Bengal civic polls
  • Corporation Bank, New India Assurance Company signs MoU on PMSBY (Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana)
  • India Crowned Champions at President’s Cup Boxing Tournament. 
  • Loretta Lynch Sworn In As U.S. Attorney General. 
  • Omar Hassan al-Bashir Won The Presidential Election of Sudan. 
  • Government to amend Child Labour Prohibition Act
  • Capgemini acquires iGATE for $4 billion
  • Chief Justice of India H L Dattu refuses participation to choose NJAC -National Judicial Appointments Commission  .
  • All MAT tax claims under DTAA to be settled in a month
  • Bharatiya Mahila Bank Wins The Asian Banker Achievement Award 2015
  • DIPP notifies 49 per cent FDI in pension sector
  • BCCI to nominate Rohit Sharma for Arjuna award.
  • Indian Origin Sangeeta Bhatia won Heniz Award.
  • Marathi novelist Bhalchandra Nemade bags 50th Jnanpith Award
  • Bank of Baroda ties up with UAE Exchange for instant money transfer
  • Govt Deteched 7.8k cr Black Money.
  • Anil Kapoor conferred with Master Deenanath Mangeshkar Award 2015
  • Ratan Tata picks up stake in Xiaomi
  • Gopinath Pillai Awarded ‘Outstanding Service Award’ For His Services In Singapore.
  • NASA develops First 3-D Printed Full-Scale Copper Rocket Engine Part
  • Govt To Launch Toll Free Helpline For TB patients
  • A massive 7.9-magnitude earthquake struck east of Pokhara in Nepal
  • Delhi govt to launch Labour Development Mission on May 1
  • India delivers 3 Cheetal helicopters to Afghanistan
  • Bank of India, New India and Star Union tie up for Social Security Scheme
  • World Malaria Day observed 25/04
  • Japan set to host continental champions in 2015 and 2016
  • Paula Radcliffe to receive London Marathon Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Indian-Origin Soldier Yosef Awarded President’s Medal In Israel
  • The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has redefined priority sector loan norms
  • Indian-American Vivek Murthy takes over as US Surgeon-General
  • India among unhappiest countries in the world 117 out of the 158 countries
  • Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill was moved in the Lok Sabha
  • Rajya Sabha clears bill to protect rights of transgenders
  • 24 April: National Panchayati Raj Day
  • Indian-American Vivek Murthy Takes Over As U.S. Surgeon-General
  • Dr Sunitha Krishnan To Get 24th Yudhvir Foundation Memorial Award
  • Google India Tops Randstad Survey For ‘Most Attractive Employer’
  • World Book and Copyright Day was Celebrated On 24 April
  • Railway launches mobile app for paperless unreserved tickets
  • Shah Rukh Khan honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke Film Foundation Award
  • JBM Group enters solar power sector
  • Union Cabinet approves lowering of age of Juveniles from 18 to 16 years for heinous crimes
  • World Bank established Pollution Management and Environmental Health program
  • Djokovic wins Monte Carlo Masters
  • Union Cabinet Approved Amendment To Juvenile Justice Bill
  • Rajaji Becomes Second Tiger Reserve In Uttarakhand
  • International Mother Earth Day was Observed on 22 April
  • Indira, Rajiv names dropped from two Hindi awards
  • H.L.Dattu to head National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC)
  • Sesa Sterlite renamed as Vedanta Ltd
  • International Mother Earth Day observed 22/04
  • Tamil Nadu govt cancels plot allotted for Coca-Cola plant
  • Kudermukh and Rajaji National Parks Declared as Tiger Reserves: Centre
  • Pakistan confers Nishan-e-Pakistan on Chinese president Xi Jinping
  • Chinese President Conferred with Nishan-e-Pakistan
  • Indian Railways Launches ‘E-Samiksha’ To Monitor Rail Projects Online
  • Former Odisha Chief Minister J.B Patnaik passes away
  • Egypt President Morsy jailed for 20 years
  • raises Rs 175 crore from GIC, NVP
  • Japan maglev train breaks world speed record again hitting 603km/h (374mph)
  • China Readies $46 Billion for Pakistan Trade Route
  • Bharatiya Mahila Bank inks MoUs with LIC, New India Assurance
  • Navy’s Stealth Destroyer ‘Visakhapatnam’ Launched
  • Neeraj Kumar Appointed BCCI’s ACSU chief
  • Sitaram Yechury was elected the fifth general secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist).
  • ICICI launches NFC-enabled payment service ‘Tap-n-Pay’
  • Navy launches stealth destroyer INS Visakhapatnam
  • BHEL commissions 250-MW thermal unit in Jamnagar
  • Kerala launches project to help people overcome substance
  • Former Bengal U-19 captain Ankit Keshri succumbs to on-field injury
  • Lewis Hamilton cruises to Bahrain GP win, Raikkonen second
  • Nasim Zaidi Takes over as new CEC 20th Chief Election Commissioner
  • Kerala Govt Launched Subodham Project To End Liquor Abuse
  • Lewis Hamilton Won The Bahrain Formula 1 Grand Prix
  • Maharashtra government sets up task forces on agriculture development and poverty alleviation
  • Vankadarath Saritha, first woman bus driver of Delhi Transport Corporation
  • RVNL Sings MoU with Private Sector Dighi Port Limited for Rail Connectivity
  • Andhra Pradesh Government inks MoU with IISL Company to replace streetlights in 13 municipalities with LED lights
  • International Paralympic Committee derecognises Paralympic Committee of India
  • Ashish Jakhar from Haryana sets National Youth record in hammer throw
  • SC appoints CBI SP Vivek Priyadarshi as head of team probing IPL scandal
  • Punjab government approves release of Gharials in Sutlej and Beas rivers to promote eco-tourism
  • Shah Rukh Khan Won Asian Award In London
  • PM Narendra Modi's visit to Canada generated business worth 1.6 billion dollars
  • Vishal Sikka appointed as University Advisory Professor at East China Normal University ECNU
  • SEBI bars 129 entities, suspects money laundering
  • Zeena Johar, SughaVazhvu Healthcare Founder and journalist and author Rahul Pandita are the Indians named 2015 Yale World Fellows in US
  • World Heritage Day 2015 observed globally 18/03
  • World Hemophilia Day 2015 observed globally 17/03
  •  Hinduja brothers win Asian Business Leader of the year award
  • India Ranks 125th In the World For Fixed Broadband Penetration
  • Vankadarath Saritha Joined As First Woman Bus Driver of the
  • DTC Delhi Transport Corporation
  • Former Czech Republic Prime Minister Stanislav Gross Died
  • Modi Xi among Time's most influential people
  • India to grow at 7.5 % in 2015: Moody’s
  • Obama to honour Satya Nadella with 'Champion of Change' award
  • RIL Reclaims Tag of Most Profitable Indian Firm
  • UN Peace Envoy Jamal Benomar Resigns
  • Pakistan, Russia to hold first-ever joint military exercises
  • Mohan Kumar appointed as new Indian Ambassador to France
  • Former Nepal PM Surya Bahadur Thapa Died
  • Susanta Lahiri Awarded Hevesy Medal Award 2015
  • Indian Prime Minister Modi inks uranium deal, talks trade with Stephen Harper
  • RBI allows differential interest rate on deposits
  • Agni-III missile test-fired successfully by SFC
  • Janata Parivar announces merger
  • MoU to set power plant in Kazakhstan between BHEL and Russian firm INTMA inked
  • Asia Cup 2016 to be played in T20 format
  • Sachin Tendulkar elected as member of Laureus Sports Academy
  • Djokovic Named Laureus World Sportsman Of The Year
  • Dr. Mohan Kumar Appointed as new Ambassador To France
  • Canada To Supply Uranium For India’s Nuclear Plants For Next 5 Years
  • Justice Meenakshi Becomes First Woman Judge of Sikkim High Court
  • Wholesale prices contract 2.33% in March
  • Govt forms panel to review Official Secrets Act
  • Assamese Filmmaker Bidyut Chakraborty passes away
  • New visa scheme renamed “e-Tourist Visa”
  • Zomato acquires cloud-based data firm MaplePOS
  • Justice Meenakshi Madan Rai sworn in as first lady judge of Sikkim HC
  • Union Government forms task force to expedite work on inter-linking of rivers
  • Allan Donald Resigned As Bowling Coach Of South AfricaArun
  • Jaitley Inaugurates Vividh Bharti FM service In Delhi
  • India Tops Global Remittances List With $70 Billion
  • Following consumer backlash, Flipkart pulls out of Airtel Zero
  • FM transmission of Vividh Bharati launched
  • India’s GDP growth rate to reach 8% by 2017: World Bank
  • FDI in services sector up 47 per cent during April-January
  • Retail inflation drops to 3-month low of 5.17% in March
  • Haryana govt to give cabinet minister status to Baba Ramdev
  • North Korean foreign minister Ri Su Yong to visit India
  • BHEL commissions 600-MW Thermal Unit In Chhattisgarh
  • Nobel Laureate German Novelist Gunter Grass Died
  • Haryana Grants Ramdev Cabinet Minister Status
  • National Judicial Appointments Commission Act 2014 Notified
  • Modi inaugurates German industrial fair
  • Larsen & Toubro inks MoU with AREVA
  • SBI Cuts home loan rate by another 10 bps for new buyers
  • Gujarat government launches industrial tourism to showcase development
  • German Nobel laureate Guenter Grass dies at age 87
  • Sania seals historic world no. 1 rank with Charleston title
  • New Zealand Won Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament vs India
  • Retired Lieutenant General Hanut Singh Died
  • Jitu Rai wins bronze at ISSF World Cup
  • 17 Agreements signed between India and France during PM Narendra Modi’s visit
  • Asteroid 316201 named after Malala Yousafzai
  • Yuki Bhambri wins $15,000 ITF Futures tournament title
  • President Pranab Mukherjee inaugurates ‘Songs and Dances of the North East’ festival
  • Bharat Hari Singhania became the president of JK Organization
  • Arun Kumar Jha appointed as CEO of Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC)
  • Lewis Hamilton wins Chinese Grand Prix of Formula One
  • Seoul Succeeds In WWF’s Earth Hour City Challenge 2015
  • India to chair 9th IRENA meet in Abu Dhabi
  • Apurvi Chandela wins Bronze in ISSF Rifle and Pistol World Cup
  •  India's first IFSC becomes operational at GIFT City
  • April 11: National Safe Motherhood day
  • Bharat Hari Singhania takes over as JK Organisation President
  • NGT imposed ban on air pollution causing construction activities in National Capital Region
  • Greenpeace India's license suspended
  • Arun Kumar Jha Appointed CEO of Khadi and Village Industries Commission
  • Former Australian Cricket Captain Richie Benaud Died
  • EPFO suspends Rs 1,000 minimum monthly pension scheme
  • Seoul succeeds in WWF’s Earth Hour City Challenge 2015
  • IndusInd Bank to buy RBS India's bullion financing biz
  • Former Air Chief Marshal Hrushikesh Moolgaonkar passes away
  • Arun Kumar Jha appointed CEO, KVIC
  • Marvelous Maven completes 1000 orbits around Mars
  • Nuclear-capable Dhanush missile successfully test-fired
  • Legendary Tamil writer D Jayakanthan Died
  • Nuclear-Capable Dhanush Missile Successfully Test Fired
  • Former Air Chief Marshal of IAF Hrushikesh Moolgavkar Died
  • Moody's raises India outlook to 'positive', edges toward ratings upgrade
  • PM Narendra Modi departs on a nine-day visit to three nations
  • RBI notifies hike in FDI cap in insurance sector to 49%
  • President appoints Dr Nasim Zaidi as chief election commissioner
  • China's Olympic hurdles gold medallist Liu Xiang retires
  • Sumit Mazumder is the new president of CII
  • Gopaldas Neeraj, Uday Pratap Singh conferred with Sahitya Shiromani Samman of Uttar Pradesh
  • Indian-origin Sim Bhullar makes NBA history
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi Launched MUDRA Bank
  • Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara Named Wisden Cricketer of the Year For 2014
  • BVR Mohan Reddy Elected As new Chairman of NASSCOM For 2015-16
  • Sumit Mazumder Elected As new President of CII for Year 2015-16
  • SBI, ICICI, HDFC Bank heed Raghuram Rajan's call, cut base rate
  • Rs 20,000 cr MUDRA Bank launched by PM Narendra Modi
  • Narendra Modi announces compensation for farmers
  • Snapdeal acquires FreeCharge
  • Mayilsamy Annadurai appointed as Director of ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC)
  • Government raises stake in state-owned IFCI to 51%
  • World Cup heartache fades as fresh IPL season starts
  • Gujarat Won Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy
  • Union Cabinet Approved  Amendments To Real Estate Bill
  • Dena Bank inked MoU with Life Insurance Corporation
  • World Health Day 2015 observed globally 03/04
  • Yuvraj set to begin new innings as businessman with YouWeCan Ventures
  • Indian origin UK School Boy Gets top Physics Prize on Einstein Model
  • Steel Companies partnered with Union Ministry of Steel to set up Steel Research & Technology Mission
  • Xiaomi to partner with Snapdeal and Amazon, no more exclusive to Flipkart
  • Dronavalli Harika wins bronze in World Women’s chess championship
  • PM Narendra Modi Launched National Air Quality Index
  • Rajeev Shukla Appointed as Chairman of IPL Governing Council
  • Arab poet Adonis Selected For 2015 Kumaran Asan World Prize For Poetry
  • Delhi airport bags Golden Peacock National Quality Award
  • India to host fifth meeting of SAARC health ministers
  • Myntra to shut website from 1 May; to be available as a mobile app only
  • Mumbai: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar undocks first Scorpene submarine
  • MoU inked for construction of BR Ambedkar memorial at Indu Mills land
  • PM Modi launches national air quality index.
Miami Open 2015 - Winners
Men’s Singles Title
Novak Djokovic he defeated Britain’s Andy Murray.
Women’s singles Title
Serena Williams she defeated Spain’s Carla Su├írez Navarro.
Men’s doubles Title
American Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan pair they defeated Vasek Pospisil (Canada) and Jack Sock (US) pair.
Women’s doubles Title
India’s Sania Mirza and Switzerland’s Martina Hingis pair has won 2015 they defeated Russian pair of Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina.

  • Chen Long and Carolina Marin Won Malaysia Open Titles
  • K.N. Tripathi sworn in as Governor of Mizoram
  • Pedro Cateriano Bellido appointed as Prime Minister of Peru
  • Malli Mastan Babu, India's ace mountaineer passes away
  • FM Global released Global Resilience Index 2015 Report
  • Union Government Extends National Food Security Act deadline By 6 Months
  • Minor Planet Named As 4538 Vishyanand After Indian Chess Legend Viswanathan Anand
  • Bharti AXA General Insurance launched Smart Traveller
  • Doping scandal hits Indian Weight lifting
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched Give it Up campaign
  • Saina Nehwal ends runner-up at Malaysia Open
  • President Pranab Mukherjee Gives Assent To Re-promulgation Of Land Ordinance
  • Captain Anoop Kumar Sharma Takes Over As CEO of Essar Shipping
  • Muslim Girl Mariyam Asif Siddiqui Won Bhagwad Gita Contest
  • Former world champion hurdler Liu Xiang to retire
  • Indian-origin nurse Subadhra Devi Rai named for 2015
  • International Achievement Award
  • India ranks 119 on 2015 FM Global Resilience Index
  • Vijay Kelkar resigns from Tata Chemicals' Board
  • Amitabh Bachchan honoured by Egypt's Academy of Arts
  • Brendon McCullum conferred with Sir Richard Hadlee Medal for 2014-15
  • Tata Steel Won Prime Minister’s Trophy For 8th Time
  • Odisha Government launches Aahar schemeAndhra Pradesh Cabinet approved Amaravathi as capital of the State
  • Indirect tax collection exceeds target by Rs 4,000 crore in FY15
  • Muhammadu Buhari claims victory in Nigeria's presidential elections
  • Punjab Government launches Padho Punjab- Khedo Punjab Mission
  • Union Government launches FAME-India scheme to boost electric, hybrid vehicle sales
  • Gulshan Rai takes charge as India’s first cyber security chief
  • Isro IRNSS-1D Launch Puts India a Step Closer to Own GPS-Like System
  • Mustafa Kamal resigned from the post of President of International Cricket Council
  • Commerce Ministry releases Foreign Trade Policy
  • Snapdeal acquires majority stake in RupeePower
  • Kotak Mahindra-ING Vysya merger gets RBI approval
  • RBI penalises 16 Central Co-operative Banks (CCBs)
  • New Zealand cricketer Mills follows Vettori into retirement
  • Worlds Oldest Person Misao Okawa Died
  • Renowned Hindi Poet Kailash Vajpeyi Died
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