Event Diary – 27th August 2013, Tuesday

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Indian Rupee drops to historic low of Rs. 66, down 176 paise

The Indian Rupee value breach the record against dollar for the first time in history and marked at 66.06 at the mid-session.

Lok Sabha passes Bill on Food Security

The national Food Security Bill, 2013 has passed by the Government which aimed to provide highly subsidized food grains among the 70 percent population of the country.

 New vaccine discovered to fight against Typhoid

World’s first clinically proven typhoid conjugate vaccine named as Typbar-TCV has launched by Bharat Biotech to provide treatment for infants and adults.

Smartphone and TV costs more on falling Rupee value

Due to the Rupee depreciation against Dollar, the prices of mobile phone, laptops, TV sets set to be hike.

UN team reaches Syria attack site in spite of Spire fire

Snipers opened the fire on convoy of United Nations inspector heading towards the suspected chemical weapon attack site in Syria.   Insolent Syrian President Bashar al-Assad stated that any strike by the US and its associates would be doomed to crash.

India, Japan move ahead in talks of nuclear Agreement

According to the Government sources, the two nations Indian and Japan are confident of going ahead with talks for a civil nuclear agreement which interrupt due to the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant which leaked into the Pacific Ocean.

R Subramanyam appointed for Central Services

Reddy Subramanyam, Principal Secretary, Rural, has been relieved from State Cadre, which enables him to new assignment on Joint Secretary in the Deptt.  Of Rural Development. 

Grab the e-Books free on Kindle in India

After being a long time Amazon officially began selling its kinder line of e-Readers and tablets in India and offering discounts on several books. A ‘man in India’ web app is introduced by Amit Agarwal of Digital Inspiration which offers free eBooks on kindle store.

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