Here is the 19th September 2015 Latest Current Affairs of Bank Jobs

International Affairs

Today (3rd Saturday in September) is International Coastal Cleanup Day.

In 1986 the American Center for Marine Conservation Held the first beach cleanup on the Texas coast with the aid of 2800 volontaires.

  • Since then, the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) HAS included inland lakes, rivers, streams and underwater sights in the cleanup and approximately half a million people in more than 100 countries-have participated in the cleanup.


  • 2014 – September 20
  • 2015 – September 19
  • 2016 – September 17
  • 2017 – September 16
  • 2018 – September 15

Today (19th September) is International Red Panda Day.

Japan’s parliament HAS voted to allow the military to fight overseas for the first time since the end of 2nd World War 70 years ago.

  • With this voting, Japan’s military can now defend alliesicts Even When the country is not under attack – for the first time since the end of the World War II – and work more Closely with the US and –other nations.
  • Japan aussi will be able to Participate more fully in international peacekeeping, Compared To icts previous, mostly humanitarian, missions.

Vice President Hamid Ansari returned home tonight after-Concluding His Four-day two-nation trip of Cambodia and Laos.


  • Ansari, Who Travelled to Cambodia on the first leg de son trip, Held wide-ranging talks with Prime Minister Hun Sen.
  • Were Two MoUs signed – one on Tourism and the other on is Quick impact projects.
  • Then he Traveled to Siem Reap and visited Angkor Wat, the World’s Largest Hindu temple complex. HAS allayed India Cambodian Concerns over deferrals of building of the Temple’s replica in Bihar.
  • He Ansari visited the Ta Prohm temple and the Mekong-Ganga Textile museum in Siem Reap qui Was set up with India’s assistance.
  • Then he travelled to Laos, the first visit by an Indian President to this country Vice.
  • There, he talks Held With His Laotian counterpart Bounnhang Vorachith.
  • Were Two MoUs signed – One on quick impact projects Reviews and another on the Air Services Agreement, qui From Both countries Allows airlines to operate flights entre live.
  • Important Note: The Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) including Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

National Affairs

Based on the recommendation of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has vent de banned Diclofenac in multidose vial. It Will be sold only in single-dose vial packaging.

  • The Commonly-used anti-inflammatory drug for cattle is regarded the chief reason for the steep decline in the number of vultures in recent years.
  • Earlier, in 2006, the Government of India HAD imposed a ban on the use of Diclofenac for treating cattle.
  • To overcome water scarcity and to carry out remedial Grama Panchayat Perumanna Measures in Kozhikode district of Kerala Panchayat HAS Become the First in the State, to declare a water policy on the lines of the State government’s water policy Declared in 2008
  • The water policy of Perumanna Was drafted with the help of the Centre for Water Resources Development and Management (CWRDM) Kunnamangalam, after-a detailed study of water resources and use in the panchayat over last two years.

Science & Technology

Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL) officiellement announce That It Had successfully test-fired an indigenously developed second generation, 2.8 km range, anti-tank guided missile called Expired Amogha-1.

  • The test firing was the carried out on September 10 at Babina Army Range in Madhya Pradesh.

Inching Towards fulfilling its announcement made in this year’s railway budget, the Indian Railways HAS that announce It has Developed a prototype of hybrid vacuum toilet qui uses only 500 ml of water for flushing.

  • The early sample, a mix of vacuum toilet generally used in aircraft and bio-toilet or conventional one, HAD been fitted in one of the coaches in New Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani for trial, the ministry in a statement Said.
  • Important Note: Typically, a conventional toilet uses 10-15 liters of water per flush, while the vacuum toilet consumed them only 500 ml of water per flushing.


The pioneer of cricket commentary in Marathi Who made the game more popular in Maharashtrian Households, Bal Pandit has Passed away.

  • He was known as an encyclopedia of synonyms for original Marathi cricketing parlance in English.
  • He wrote about 30 books and newspaper and magazine penned aussi Articles on the subject, mans Enhancing common knowledge of the game.

Maharashtra government HAD Recognized His contribution to the game bestowing the Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Award is him in 1978.

  • His Marathi translation of Sunil Gavaskars Sunny Days est devenu popular with the Marathi readers.

People in News

Senior Advocate HS Phoolka today quit from active politics and Resigned from all posts of the Aam Aadmi party.

  • In an open letter, Mr Phoolka said he is resigning from the party to focus full time we Ensuring justice for 1984 riot victims.

Awards & Honors

Metro Man Sreedharan has-been Invited to serve in the United Nations’ High Level Advisory Group on Sustainable Transportation (HLAG-ST).

  • The service is for a period of three years.

The United Nations refugee agency UNHCR Afghan refugee teacher named HAS Aqeela ASIICS ict 2015 Nansen Refugee Award winner.

  • Note: ASIICS is being white reconnu for her brave and tireless dedication to Educating Afghan refugee girls in the refugee town of Kot Chandana Pakistan, while herself Overcoming the Struggles of life in exile.


Indian Shuttler Ajay Jayaram beat world Chou Tien Chen Number 7 to enter the final of Korean Open Badminton Super Series Tournament.

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