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The President of Board Of Control for Cricket in India and Cricket Association of Bengal who passed away on 20 Sep 2015 Jagmohan Dalmiya The venue of 55th National Athletics Open Championships held …

The President of Board Of Control for Cricket in India and Cricket Association of Bengal who passed away on 20 Sep 2015 Jagmohan Dalmiya
The venue of 55th National Athletics Open Championships held from 16 to 19 Sep 2015 Kolkata
The British-American romance novelist, well-known author of The World Is Full of Married Men, who passed away on 19 Sep 2015 Jackie Collins
The country which has passed bills allowing its military to engage in overseas combat in limited circumstances for the first time after World War II Japan
The premiere design school which has designed the symbol for None of the above (NOTA) option for voters on EVMs and ballot papers National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad
The two rivers which have been linked in India's first river-linking project, popularly known as Pattiseema project Godavari and Krishna
The Indian institutes which have figured in the QS World University Rankings of 2015-16 at rank 147 and 179 respectively Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru and IIT, Delhi
The leader of the Liberal Party who has assumed office as the 29th Prime Minister of Australia after defeating the former PM Tony Abbott in a leadership ballot Malcolm Turnbull
The six-day exhibition being held at the India Gate lawns in New Delhi celebrating the Golden Jubilee of Indo-Pak War of 1965 is named  Shauryanjali
The music group which has won the Dhun music contest organised by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, and Citizen Alliance to find the "Dhun of Skill" 61X MHZ
The American professional boxer who has matched Rocky Marciano's record of 49-0 (wins and losses) by defeating Andre Berto in professional boxing fight, contested for the welterweight and super welterweight championships  Flyod Mayweather
The Mohiniyattam exponent and Padma Shri recipient dancer and choreographer who passed away on 13 September Kalamandalam Satyabhama
The bilaterial maritime exercise being conducted off the coast of Visakhapatnam by the navies of India and Australia for the first time is named (Indian ships - INS Shivalik, INS Ranvijay and INS Shakti and Australian ships - HMAS Sirius, HMAS Arunta and submarine HMAS Sheean AUSINDEX - 15
The severe tropical storm which caused widespread flooding in Japan forcing evacuation of over 100,000 people was named Typhoon Etau
The venue of 10th World Hindi Conference being held from 10 to 12 Sep with Madhya Pradesh as partner state Bhopal
The new species of ancient human relative whose remains have been found in Johannesburg, South Africa has been named Homo naledi
The place in Karnataka which has been chosen to be the seat of state's first Indian Institute of Technology Dharwad
The chemical whose import in loose form has been prohibited by the Govt of India on the grounds that it is a threat to national security (It has be imported in bagged form with the consignment packed at the point of origin) Ammonium Nitrate
The Indian golf player who has become the first from the country to qualify for the prestigious President's Cup team (President's Cup is a golf tournament in which the United States team competes against an international team) Anirban Lahiri
The theme of International Literacy Day 2015 observed on 08 September  Literacy and Sustainable Societies
The leatest establishment of the Indian Navy at Karwar, Karnataka commissioned by the Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar is named INS Vajrakosh
The award instituted by the Government of India in 1995 which was conferred on the Indian Space Research Organisation by the President Dr. Pranab Mukherjee Gandhi Peace Prize, 2014
The place in Bihar where three-day International Buddhist conclave was held with delegates from 47 countries attending it Gaya
The pain-killer drug the multi-dose vials of which have been banned by the Govt to save the vultures from extinction (the vultures feeding on carcasses of cattle administered with the drug die soon after. The drug will now be available only in 3 ml vials to prevent misuse) Diclofenac
The island off the coast of Odisha (Integrated Test Range maintaining a missile testing facility is located in the island) which has been named after the former President APJ Abdul Kalam Azad Wheeler Island
The denomination in which the Reserve Bank of India has decided to issue coins to commemorate golden jubilee of Indo-Pak war 1965  Rs. 5
The Indian Railways zone which has become the first in the country to eliminate all unmanned level crossings from its system by August 31, 2015  West Central
The South African city which has been chosen to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games becoming the first African city to host the games Durban
As per a report released by Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) the number of internet users in India is 350 million
The mobile app launched by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu for monitoring freight operation is named Parichalan

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