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Current Affairs 13th may 2015

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi to leave for a Three Nation (China, Mongolia and South Korea) Six-day visit shortly from the 13th may to 19th May 2015.
  • During this visit, he is going to ink several agreements and MOU, including in the field of trade and tourism between the all countries.
  • A bill to deal with black money stashed abroad was passed by Parliament today.
  • The Supreme Court today lifted its embargo and allowed the Centre to go ahead with the appointment of Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) and a Vigilance Commissioner from the list of candidates shortlisted by it.
  • Supreme Court bans pictures of political leaders in government advertisements.
  • In Andhra Pradesh, a 15-member State-level Steering Committee constituted to coordinate the activities at the apex level to realise the State’s vision of being one among the best three states in the country by 2022 and the best State by 2029.
  • Haryana Government going to set up a high powered commission of enquiry to investigate the land deals in Haryana during the Bhupinder Singh Huda (congress) rule.
  • Achal Kumar Jyoti, a former Chief Secretary of Gujarat during Narendra Modi’s tenure as Chief Minister, today took over as the new Election Commissioner, filling one of the two vacancies in the three-member body.
  • Bharati AXA General Insurance appointed the Deepak Iyer as the Chief executive officer (CEO)
  • Neel Mukherjee’s “The Lives of Others” has won the UK’s Encore Award for the best second novel.
  • The Union Cabinet today approved new urea policy and fixed subsidy rate of phosphatic and potassic (P&K) fertilisers for 2015.
  • Google Inc. is going to build its biggest campus outside the US in Hyderabad at an investment of Rs.1,000 crore. The 2 million square feet facility, the Internet giant’s first company-owned campus in Asia, will house 13,000 employees when it is ready in 2019.

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