Current Affairs - March, 2009
1. England and South Africa have emerged as the front-runners to host the second season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) after the BCCI decided, following days of inconclusive negotiations with the Indian home ministry and various state governments, to shift the tournament out of India. The venue and new schedule will be announced soon. ..
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February 8, 2009 : Jo Wilfried Tsonga won South Asia Tennis Open Championship by beating Jeremy Chardy .February 8, 2009 : Fernando Gozalez of Chilie won ATP Movistar Open Title after Beating Argentina’s Joe Acasuso.February 8, 2009Marin Cilic of Croatia won ATP Zagreb Indoors Tennis Tournament.Feb 8, 2009India won the Wealthinsurance ODI series against Sri ..
Goafest 2009 China will achieve 8% growth RBI Task force on the diamond industry Mega Tourism Circuit of Orissa Mumbai Students win Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition (GSEC), Narayanmurthy a comic book Hero Nano Europa at 79th Geneva Auto Show Housing Start-up Index (HSUI) MiG-23 BN Phased Out NASA’s Kepler Mission 1. Goafest 2009, the annual ..
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CRPF and NSG on Saturday got their new chiefs with A S Gill Aviation Turbine Fuel rates Slashed Impeachment of Calcutta high court judge Justice Soumitra Sen US move against outsourcing may be contested in the World Trade Organisation: Kamal Nath India is failing its rural poor with 230 million people being undernourished BPCL emerged ..
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