Here is the 28th September 2015 Latest Current Affairs of Bank Jobs

International affairs

Today (28 September) is World Rabies Day.

World Rabies Day is a coordinated international campaign by the Global Alliance for the fight against rabies, a non-profit organization headquartered in the United States and the United Kingdom.

  • The theme of World Rabies Day 2015: End of rabies Together

Nepal has imposed restrictions nationwide on the use of vehicles due to growing fears of a fuel shortage, as protesters seek changes in a new constitution are committed to continue to block a trade route Most of the border.

  • Drivers are allowed on the roads on two days, depending on whether their license plates end in an odd number or even to try to counter the effect of the blockade on the Indo-Nepal border.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi holds bilateral meetings with world leaders, including British counterpart and French President in New York on the last leg of his tour of two countries.

  • French President François Hollande
  • British Prime Minister David Cameron
  • US President Barack Obama

National Affairs

Nation paid tribute to a great freedom fighter Shaheed Bhagat Singh on his 108th birth anniversary today.

The 188th Gunners Day was celebrated today.

  • The artillery regiment was raised in India September 28, 1827 5 Bombay Mountain Battery as part of the Bombay army in Bombay Presidency and is now celebrated as the Gunners Day.
  • Note: They are known as the gunners as they handled weapons and artillery equipment.

Artillery used by the Indian army

Tunguska M1 air defense system

  • Strela-10M3 air defense system
  • ZRK-SD Kvadrat air defense system
  • OSA-AKM air defense system
  • ZSU-23-4 Shilka air defense system
  • ZSU-23-4 Shilka air defense system
  • 214mm Pinaka MBRL

Technology Science

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully launched “Astrosat,” the first India satellite dedicated to astronomical research Sriharikota with six small foreign satellites.

  • Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C30) made Astrosat and six other satellites – four identical nano-satellites Spire Global Inc., in the United States, a micro-satellite from Indonesia and a nano-satellite from the University of Toronto, Canada.

Business & Economy

Commission before market (FMC) merges with SEBI.

In the first ever merger of the two regulators, the futures markets Commission (FMC), a regulatory body over 60 products, was merged with the capital markets watchdog Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) .

  • The entities in the commodity market would get a period of up to one year to adjust to the new regulations as they would have to follow the same standards that apply to their peers in the equity segment.

SEBI: Sebi was established in 1988 as a non-statutory body regulating the securities markets. It became an autonomous body in 1992 with totally independent powers.

  • SEBI Chairman: U K Sinha

FMC: FMC was the regulation of commodities markets since 1953, but the lack of power has led to wild swings and wild remaining alleged irregularities in this market segment.

  • FMC Chairman: Ramesh Abhishek
  • Market regulator SEBI to increase monitoring of SMS, WhatsApp and social media to keep a check on investment scams.

Awards and Recognition

Jacob Tsimerman mathematician from the University of Toronto, Canada was honored with SASTRA Ramanujan Prize for 2015.

  • Founded by Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy (SASTRA) University in 2005, named after the mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan engineering, SASTRA Ramanujan Prize is awarded annually to a young mathematician.
  • Note: The age limit for the price of 32 years Ramanujan died at 32. The money from the current price of the premium is 10,000 US dollars.


Lewis Hamilton won the Japanese Grand Prix in 2015 ahead of Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel.

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