Check Out Current Affairs Of September 2010
Bharti enters mobile phone business, Handset-maker Nokia on Sunday said that with the launch of 3G mobile services and people opting to go for replacement of old devices, the smart phone market in India is set to more than double in the next two years. According to technology-focused analyst house Canalys, the Indian smartphone market was 2,126,140 units in the 2009 calendar year. The market for smartphones will be more than double in two years as two things come together at the same time. First, 3G, which is going to happen by the first quarter next year. Vodafone may face tax demand for Rs. 12,000 cr for its $11.1-billion deal with Hutch in 2007, This only relates to the tax and the interest component.
Launched by the Finance Minister Mr. Pranab Mukherjee in West Bengal’s Murshidabad district, the scheme floated by the Centre is for the unorganised sector. The scheme was launched as part of a broader plan for financial inclusion. Lack of availability of human resources is not a cause of poor healthcare but a result of lower healthcare expenditure. The Reserve Bank of India has asked several state governments not to give new businesses, which could generate thousands of crores of income, to private sector banks. The move is suspected to be driven by the private banks’ comparatively lower lending in government-sponsored programmers. Opposition Leader of Madhya Pradesh Assembly & Veteran Congress leader Jamuna Devi, passed away.The Supreme Court Ban on Bulk Sms Service extended Up to September 30
The verdict on the Ayodhya title suit has been deferred by at least five days by the Supreme Court. A footbridge being built for the Commonwealth Games in India collapse Six Maoists were arrested Monday evening in West Bengal’s West Midnapore district. In Panigate in Vadodara city and six bombs were recovered from Yakutpura.
As India gears up for the tough Test series against Australia, its spin spearhead Harbhajan Singh underwent an MRI scan in a local hospital after suffering a side sprain. Ave Maria is fancied for Makalu Plate, the feature event of the races to be held here on Tuesday. False rails are up. Defending champion Maria Sharapova fell victim to local favorite Kimiko Date Krumm in the first round of the Pan Pacific Open women’s tennis tournament. Arsene Wenger has backed Lukasz Fabianski and his Arsenal team to rise to the challenge against Partizan Belgarde.
Teachers form a very important part of almost all the societies and it has been celebrated on 5th September. Chaturthi, is celebrated by Hindus around the world as the birthday of Lord Ganesha and Eid-ul-Fitr Ramadan celebrated on 11 September. Engineers’ Day is celebrated on 15 September. The third week of September is National Farm Animals Week. Sponsored by the Humane Society of the United States. Engineers’ Day is celebrated on 15 September.World Tourism and Biodiversity day celebrated on 27 September. World Tourism Day memorialize this year its 30th anniversary in the vibrant country of Ghana under the theme ‘Tourism – Celebrating Diversity’.