Current Affairs 29 December 2015 Latest Updates

Current Affairs 29 December 2015 Latest Update Daily News:


  • ISIS releases 'fatwa' on how to rape female sex slaves.
  • Kolkata teen gang-raped by army jawans on Amritsar Express.
  • Crorepati constable has 5 houses, 6 plots, 3 cars and SUV.
  • Women allegedly raped at Infosys campus in Pune.
  • Kota registers its 30th students suicide, numbs district administration.
  • Lalu to send Miss and Rabri to Rajya Sabha, get bungalow in Delhi.
  • BJP says DDCA probe panel head letter to NSA is drama at behest of kejriwal.

  • India:

  • Top 5 bikes launched in India in 2015.
  • Kota coaching hub sees 30th student suicide of year.

  • IAS official arrested allegedly for spying for ISI.

  • DDCA official sought sex for selection: Kejriwal.

  • Govt comes to distresses Indian's  sid in Suadi.

  • Army aiding police in finding rape-accused jawans.
  • Salman Khan's 50th birthday: How 2015 changed his life.

  • Short fired outside junior HRD minister's house in Agra.
  • Rajasthan marble adds to beauty of Afgan Parliament.


  • Sensex ticks up 100 points on positive Asian cues.
  • Invest in ULIP plan. save tax & get life cover.
  • Rupees Down 13 paisa vs US dollar in early trade.

  • Govt readies nat'l infra investment fund of Rs 40k cr 
  • HDFC bank cuts lending rate by 0.05%

Sports :

  • In-form Patel not bothered by competition Jadeja.
  • Lewis hamilton wins US grand Prix

  • Carrol caps hammers fightback Vs Saints 

  • Not trying too many things, says Harbhajan.
  • Court clears Mohammad Amir's path to return to Pakistan.


  • Warm welcome for Syrian toddler's relatives in Canada.
  • Storm snarl US travel, threaten rare winter tornadoes.

  • Afghan official: police refuse  to return to flight Taliban.
  • taj mahal greets Eiffel tower on twitter debut. 
  • Suicide bomb blast kills 14 in pak.


  • Apple iPad pro review: is it a laptop killer?
  • Choose best -fit ULIP plan. get life cover.
  • 6 hottest Indian tech trends of 2015.
  • US court asks Indian company to pay $100000 for using pirated software.

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