Today Current Affairs 19 February 2016 Latest Update and News

Current Affairs 19 February 2016 Latest Update and News


  • Jat quota stir Army called in; curfew in city areas of Rohtak, Bhiwani
  • Haryana govt Blinks, agrees to quota for jats
  • Freedom 251: How grocer's son made world's cheapest smartphone 
  • Jat quota row: Haryana blocks Internet in Rohtak
  • JNU student Kanhaiya's bail plea to be heard today
  • Why Delhi cops are wary of acting against lawyers
  • OROP for all premature military retirees mulled
  • JNU row: Lawyers ignore summons to celebrate
  • JNU fallout to decide J&K govt formation?
  • Now, Donald Trump calls the Pope a 'disgrace'
  • The election that led to rape of men, women, kids 
  • Soon, you can download movies on 9 trains
  • Blog: JNU row — Patriotism, not hooliganism
  • Andhra CM to get roof-top helipad at secretariat
  • ISIS 'beheads boys for listening to pop music'
  • 207-foot flag on univs to make students patriotic?
  • PM Modi, Sharif may meet in US next month
  • Not just Hyd U, most central univs lack ombudsman
  • Benegal panel appeals against undue censorship
  • NIA so far points to 4, not 6, Pathankot attackers
  • Dog raped by man in video, says animal rights body


  • To ‘instil nationalism’, Smriti Irani and VCs agree to fly Tricolour on campus
  • Jat quota stir Army called in; curfew in city areas of Rohtak, Bhiwani
  • Haryana govt Blinks, agrees to quota for jats
  • Mobile Internet Services Blocked In Haryana’s Rohtak After Clashes Over Jat Reservation
  • Fugitive underworld don and LTTE sympathiser Kumar Pillai held in Singapore
  • D. Raja: We will raise JNU issue in Parliament
  • Illegal hoardings: Bombay HC asks BJP leaders to pay BMC, help trusts working for farmers’ welfare
  • IPS officer found dead in officers’ mess in Chennai


  • Obama to meet Raul Castro, dissidents on historic trip to Cuba | Reuters
  • Pope Francis says Donald Trump ‘not Christian’ in a sign of global concern
  • Watch: Pope loses his cool with person who almost knocked him down
  • Greek riot police fire tear gas at crowds protesting against new migrant ‘hotspot’ on island of Kos
  • Iraq sentences 40 to death over ISIS mass killing of captured soldiers
  • US-led strikes in Syria kill 38 civilians in past two days – monitor | Reuters


  • Indian telecom sector outlook ‘stable-to-negative’: Ind-Ra
  • Will Tim Cook’s privacy stance win or lose customers for Apple?
  • #NotEnough: A four-pronged strategy to deal with state-run banks’ heightening NPA woes
  • Govt to get Rs 5800 cr from country’s 1st mine lease auction
  • Etihad Airways registers record passenger figures in India


  • Google launches service to make all your email accounts look like Gmail
  • Truecaller launches TrueSDK to let third-party apps verify phone numbers
  • Data protection, privacy need better regulations: Microsoft Legal Chief
  • Snapdeal fined by State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission for not fulfilling iPhone deal of Rs 68!
  • Toyota recalls 2.9 million vehicles worldwide over seatbelt defect
  • Can’t regulate intranet tariffs, Trai chief says
  • Tom Clancy’s The Division and new Hitman coming in Nvidia and AMD bundles
  • Apple Executive Johny Srouji Profiled About iPhone and iPad Chip Development

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