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September 2014

  • * Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott came to India on his first visit.
  • * Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan said that inflation is still high because of supply-side rigidities.
  • * Oldest surviving Test cricketer of the world, South African fast bowler Norman Gordon ( age 103), passed away after a year long illness due to renal complications. Gordon played 5 Tests against England in 1939 and snatched 20 wickets in all before World War cut down short his international career.
  • * 2014 is the first year when Russia is not taking part in NATO Summit.
  • * 24 standing committees of parliament formed by Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. In these committees BJP will head 11 committees, Congress will head 5 committees and 8 seats are given to others.
  • * 12-year-old Chitresh Tatha is a sailor of Optimist Dinghy category at the 2014 Asian Games. Chitresh Tatha is the youngest sailor at the 2014 Asian Games. He is representing India.
  • * On 09-Sept 2014, Tata Technologies Ltd appointed Warren Harris as its MD and CEO.
  • * RBI(Reserve Bank of India) has fixed the upper age limit at 70 years for position M.D. and CEO in private sector banks
  • * On 10 Sept 2014, ACC(Appointments Committee of Cabinet) appointed Senior IAS officer Subhash Chandra Garg as the Executive Director in World Bank for a tenure of three years
  • * American twin brothers Mike and Bob Bryan on 7 September 2014, won the fifth men’s doubles titles of the US Tennis Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York.

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