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Current Affairs 11 Oct 2015
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- Renowned Carnatic Flautist Natesan Ramani died.
- Tapan Ray appointed to Board of Securities and Exchange Board of India.
- Union Cabinet approved Framework for Cooperation in Blue Economy between India and Seychelles.
- India, Germany signed 125 million Euros Loan Agreement to fund two projects under Green Energy Corridor.
- Joint Declaration of the Heads of the Migration Authorities of the BRICS countries released.
- FIFA suspended President Sepp Blatter, VP Michel Platini and Secretary General Jerome Valcke.
- Russia retained 2015 Women’s European Volleyball Championship.
- Cyclist Deborah Herold became first-ever Indian to win five medals at Taiwan Cup.
- High Level Anil Baijal Panel suggested Uniform Tax Treatment for CSR Works.
- RBI relaxed norms of FPI investment in Government Securities.
- EAC approved import of coal with higher ash content.
- British researchers developed mobile app ASCmeI.T to help people with autism.
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