Daily Current Affairs Update – 16th September 2016

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National – Across the India:


1. Railways launched “Yatri Mitra Seva”.




2. Sports Ministry to launch Talent identification portal.



3. India Declares Itself Free from Avian Influenza (H5N1).


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International – Across the Globe:


1. Vice President Ansari to represent India at NAM Summit.



2. Priyanka Chopra among world’s 10 highest paid TV actresses: Forbes.




1. East Bengal wins Calcutta Football League 2016



Awards & Recognition:


1. Uttarakhand governor releases a book by author Nagrath.


Uttarakhand Governor K K Paul today released a book titled ‘Shanti ki Talaash mein Zindagi’ written in Hindi by Haridwar-based author and journalist Radhika Nagrath.


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Appointments & Resignations:


1. Jim Yong Kim heads for second term as World Bank president.



2. Hiroshi Nakagawa takes over as Chairman of Isuzu Motors India.



Economics & Banking GK:


1. Axis Bank, BHU team up for banking courses Private sector.



Axis Bank has tied up with Banaras Hindu University (BHU) to offer specialized banking courses.


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