Daily Current Affairs Update of 19 May 20151. NITI Aayog launched their official website today on 19th,May,2015
- Click To Visit Niti Ayog website url - http://www.niti.gov.in
- On 18th May 2015, the official website of National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog launched by the Government of India. The site inaugurated by Dr.Arvind Panagariya who is the Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog.
- Maria Sharapova of Russian Beautiful tennis Star won Women’s singles title of Italian Open for 3rd time on 17th May 2015 after defeating Carla Suarez(Spanish Tennis Star) of Spain.
3. India assumed the Presidency of 68th World Health Assembly
- India assumed the Presidency of 68th World Health Assembly after the long period i.e. 19 years on 18th May 2015. The World Health Assembly will be held during the period from 18th May to 27th May 2015.
4. Australian Cricketer Brad Haddin retired from ODI Cricket
- Brad Haddin, Australian Cricketer, retired from ODI Cricket on 17th May 2015 but he will play in Test and T20 Cricket.
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5. Tennis Player from Serbia Novak Djokovic won Rome Masters Tennis Title
- Novak Djokovic won Rome Masters Tennis Title on 17th May 2015 played at Rome, Italy after defeating Roger Federer of Switzerland.
6. 7 agreements are signed between India and South Korea
- 7 agreements signed between India and South Korea on 18th May 2015 to boost the relations between the two countries.
7. IPL -8 Mumbai Indians To Play with Chennai Super kings for the 1st Playoff tonight at Mumbai
8. Kejriwal vs Jung CM to meet Prez over officers appointments row
- Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday threatened to take his fight against lieutenant governor Najeeb Jung all the way to the Prime Minister as the warring sides clashed yet again over a fresh bureaucratic appointment
9. PM Modi says his govt has restored Indias global positioning in politics governance economy
- Wooing global investors Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday promised a more stable and predictable taxation system and said his government was working aggressively to make India a very easy place to do business