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Current Affairs 19th Feb 2015
- India on 16 February 2015 inked a civil nuclear cooperation agreement with Sri Lanka, making the first breakthrough with the new government in the island nation.
- Yuvraj Singh was bought by Delhi Daredevils for a whopping sum of Rs 16 crores in the IPL 2015 auction held on 16 February 2015.
- Ireland justified their giant-killer tag by creating the first major upset of the cricket World Cup, shocking West Indies by four wickets in their opening encounter at Saxton Oval, in Nelson, New Zealand on 16 February 2015.
- Former Maharashtra home minister and senior NCP leader RR Patil passed away on 16 February 2015.
- Anirban Lahiri, who recently won the Malaysian Open, bagged the Best Professional golfer of the year award at the Take Solutions India Golf Awards 2015 in New Delhi on 16 February 2015.
- Infosys, on 16 February 2015, announced that it had signed a definitive agreement to fully acquire U.S.-based automation technology provider Panaya for an enterprise value of $200 million.
- India-born Punit Renjen was on 16 February 2015 appointed the next chief executive of US-based accounting giant Deloitte’s global operations, becoming the first person of Indian-origin to head a ‘Big-Four’ audit firm.
- India has ceremonially handed over to Bangladesh a vintage Dakota aircraft, which played a crucial role in the country’s 1971 liberation war.
- Veteran cartoonist, columnist and political activist Rajinder Puri died on 15 February 2015 after a brief illness.
- YES Bank has succeeded in floating the country’s maiden green infrastructure bond issue for Rs 500 crore, against which it has received commitments of over Rs 450 crore at sub-9% interest rates.
Current Affairs 19th Feb 2015- Full GK PDF