Here Is The 24th April 2015 Latest Current Affairs Of Bank Jobs

International Affairs

President of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani is on a three-day visit of state in India.

During this visit he will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and attend conferences at the delegation.

Nepal Earthquake:

  • The Indian Army has appointed the aid to Nepal Operation Maitri ‘or friendship.
  • Set up the operation “Maitri ‘, India has deployed two dozen military aircraft and helicopters and also undertake a” great escape “by the road.
  • Foreign Minister: S Jaishankar
  • Home Secretary: C L Goyal
  • Head of the National Disaster Management Authority: RK Jain
  • Head India Meteorological Department LS Rathore
  • India today launched a national assistance in case of disaster services in 1078 as he stepped up relief and rescue operations in the earthquake hit Nepal by deploying more aircraft and military helicopters who brought over 5,400 people in the Himalayan nation.
  • PM Narendra Modi gave a month’s salary to the National Relief Fund of the Prime Minister, for assistance to people affected by the recent earthquake.
  • The proposal of the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs M Venkaiah Naidu Union to contribute one month’s salary for work of rehabilitation in Nepal has accepted unanimously by all Lok Sabha MPs.

National Affairs

The Indian army conducted a major exercise, ‘Akraman-II’ in Rajasthan to test a new generation of weapons and platforms used in the desert region to provide “real-time battle and situational awareness “to his commanders.

  • The exercise was led by the Chetak Corps based in Bhatinda, part of the Southwest Command.


  • One of the most wanted terrorists and dreaded Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, head of the brutal jihadist group Islamic State, is reportedly dead, according to Radio Iran.
  • Al-Baghdadi, believed to be in his 40s, ran a $ 10 million bounty on his head.
  • Since taking the reins of the Islamic State in 2010, it was transformed from a local branch of Al Qaeda in an independent transnational military force, positioning itself as perhaps pre-eminent figure in the community global jihadist.

People News

President Omar al-Bashir was re-elected.

  • Al-Bashir, who took power in a coup without bloodshed Islamist in 1989, is the head of state will sit face genocide charges at the International Criminal Court.
  • The charges stem from the conflict in Darfur.

Awards and Recognition

  • Sangeeta Bhatia, a scientist of Indian origin at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who developed artificial human microlivers for drug tests, won the prestigious Heinz Award for his work in tissue engineering and detection of disease.
  • The Heinz Awards recognize each year individuals for their extraordinary contributions to the arts and humanities; environment; human condition; public policy; and technology, economy and employment.
  • The price includes an award of $ 250,000 without restriction.

Science and Technology

The Self Test BioSure HIV first HIV self-testing kit that allows people to get a result in less than half an hour at home has been for sale in the UK

  • This kit claims to have an accuracy rate of 99.7 per cent.

How it works?

  • This assembly operates in a similar manner to a pregnancy test, measurement of antibody levels in the blood of a person.
  • The test detects antibodies on a small drop of blood taken from the fingertip with a lancet. These antibodies are often detectable only three months after the infection with HIV is taken.
  • Two purple lines appear if the result is positive.
  • Additional blood tests are recommended if the two lines appear.

New appointments

The Secretary General of the United Nations today announced the appointment of Peter Jan Graaff as Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER).


International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has ended speculation by confirming that India will not bid for 2024 Olympic Games after meeting the prime minister Narendra Modi today.

  • Bach, who is on an official one-day visit to India, said a year after his Olympic suspension back, Indian Olympic Association still needs to find his feet.
  • He said its too fast now for India to host the Olympics in 2024.
  • The world champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway won the Shamkir Chess tournament organized in Azerbaijan.
  • Shamjetsabam Sarjubala India (48 kg) and Pinki Jangra (51 kg) won medals at the International Open god Cup Boxing Tournament 22nd President in Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia.
  • Pinki, a Commonwealth Games bronze medalist, defeated 2-1 Nandintsetseg Mongolia to reap the yellow metal.
  • World Championships silver medalist Sarjubala the other hand, got the best of Russian pugilist Iseva Joya in the final that India ended with two gold medals at the event.

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