Knowledge Diary – 19th June 2013, Wednesday

Supreme Court says no to US surveillance agrees on PIL– Supreme Court consents to give an urgent hearing on PIL on the issue of  ‘US National security agency sneaking on the internet data from India and starting to take action against the internet companies  which in turn allows agencies for accessing the information’

Nitish moves trust motion in Bihar Assembly- CM Nitish Kumar moved one step too deep for ensuring the trust of public and to prove his preponderance with support of independents and congress MLA’s, after Janta Dal United parted ways with BJP.

Hamid Karzai dangles the discussion about the Taliban move– Hamid Karzai, the President of Afghanistan has suspended the talks with the US on the security deal to protest the Americans who are reaching out and striving to find political solution of wars.

Advani assistant calls Modi autocrat – BJP leader LK Advani may have come to the terms with Narender Modi (Gujarat CM) overtaking him as the face of party.

SRK Celbrates the Birthday of Sri Lankan fans – Shah Rukh Khan has numerous of fans over the world and one of them a 70 year old lady named Shirani samarasekara, came from Sri Lanka to meet the SRK on her birthday.

Advani refuses to meet with RSS chief, says ‘Unwell’ – BJP veteran Mr. LK Advani cancels the meeting with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh(RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat  said by the part resources.

Peace and Quietness moves in Ayaodhya– Vishwa Hindu Parishad leaders arrived in the gathering  organized by the Ramjnamabhoomi trust partner Mahant Nritya Gopal Das and resolved to build a Ram temple.

Refurbish calls for nuclear reduction, says Obama– President Obama renews his calls to reduce the world’s nuclear stockpiles,  which includes reduction in Russian and US arsenal by one third.

BJP chief Rajnath Singh congregates with Uddhav Thackrey – BJP President Rajnath Singh has expressed that his party union with oldest partner shiv sena would be continued further (said by the sena sources).

US court endorses Exim bank loan for Air India – US court has denied the appeal by the delta airlines to leave the US import export bank support for the sale of 30 Boeing broad-body jets to Air india.



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