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Current Affairs September 2010 - 3

Award

Telugu film maker, D.Ramanaidu has been honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke award

Eco-friendly Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation bags 'Earth Care Award for Excellence 2010 in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation'

Mani Ratnam was awarded 'Jaeger-Le Coultre Glory to the Fimlmaker Award' at the 67th Venice Film Festival


Business

Employee's Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) interest rate has been increased to 9.5 percent

RBI hikes repo rate and reverse repo rate by 25 bps from 5.75% to 6.0% and 50 bps from 4.5% to 5.0% respectively

Ipomo Communications has launched 'mobile learning' campus called Interactive Platform On Mobile Campus(IPOMO CAMPUS) in Karnataka


Celebration


Bank of Maharashtra surpasses (Platinum) 75 years of Banking service


Entertainment

Hollywood studio Warner Bros picks up distribution right of animated feature film 'Ramayana - The Epic', slated for a Dasara release in 3 languages(Hindi, Tamil and Telugu) simultaneously across India


Honour

Chennai-girl Divya Ajith becomes first woman to raise 'Sword of Honour' winning the Best All-Round Cadet award, beats 244 fellow gentlemen and women cadets.


People

South Indian playback singer and National award winner Swarnalatha is dead, following lung infection

Internet inventor Breners-Lee has urged that everyone across the world should have access to the web for free

Sunil Sanghai has been appointed as Managing Director and Head of Global Banking in India by HSBC


Science

Scientists make artificial (eletronic) skin that can sense touch


Sports

Clijsters wins 3rd U.S Open title

Wrestler Sushil Kumar wins gold in World Wrestling Championship

Nadal wins U.S.Open, completes grand slam collection

England's Andrew Flintoff retires from international cricket (all forms of the game)

England and Wales Cricket Board has handed a 2-week ban, to all-rounder Dmitri Mascarenhas for his Twitter outburst against national selector Geoff Miller


Technology

Samsung launches iPad named, Tab


Gramateller, a low-cost ATM priced at Rs.1,75,000 which consumes less than 100 watts of power, functions during power cuts with a back-up power supply and has the option of running on solar power has been launched by Vortex Engineering
Vortex Engineering: L.Kannan a mechanical engineer from IIT Madras. The founder, started the company in the year 2001 to develop innovative technologies to transform rural India

Termed to be the concept device, Nokia U has been revealed

Internet Explorer 9 Beta launched

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  3. India Beat Aus by 1 Wicket in Mohali Test.

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