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11 March (मार्च) 2020
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- Andaman-Nicobar Day is observed in India on 11 March. Andaman and Nicobar Islands are located in the Indian Ocean south of the Bay of Bengal.
- Congress party leader “Jyotiraditya Scindia” has resigned from the Congress party. He recently reached Prime Minister’s residence and met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the presence of Amit Shah.
- Mukesh Ambani’s RIL has suffered a setback due to the steep fall in the price of crude oil in the international market. Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has recently become the largest company in the country, overtaking RIL.
- Recently Prashant Kumar has taken over as the administrator of Yes Bank. The Reserve Bank of India has appointed Prashant Kumar to the post after banning Yes Bank and dissolving its board of directors.
- 11 March 2011 India’s defense scientists successfully test-fired Dhanush and Prithvi missiles for 350 kilometers on the coast of Odisha.
- The oldest and prestigious tournament of badminton will be played in the All England Badminton Championship in the year 2020 from 11 to 15 March. The tournament was started in 1899 by some officers of the British Army.
- According to health officials in the western province of British Columbia, Canada has recently suffered the first death from the coronavirus. Health officials have said that a person caring for an elderly person was infected with “COVID-19” and has passed away.
- Qatar has recently imposed a temporary ban on the entry of people from India and 13 other countries. Including visas, residences, work permits and temporary visitors on arrival.
- India joined the Indian Ocean Commission as the fifth observer. The other four observers in this group are Malta, China, the European Union and the OIF (International Organization of La Francophonie). India needs to join the Commission as an observer, as it will help India expand its plans in the western Indian Ocean. The western Indian Ocean strategically connects the southeast coast of Africa. However, the move is not linked to the Chinese presence in the Indian Ocean. This is purely to support India’s interests in the western regions of the Indo-Pacific region. This step is important for India’s ‘SAGAR: Security and Growth for all in the Region’s policy. In the last two years, India has signed important defense agreements with Indian Ocean Commission member countries.
- The Madhya Pradesh (MP) cabinet approved the formation of a trust headed by Chief Minister Kamal Nath for the construction of the Ram Van Gaman Path project, a path taken by Lord Ram during his 14 years of life in the jungle. The path of this project is believed to be the route taken by Lord Rama during his life in the forest and it is proposed to be constructed from Chitrakoot to Amarkantak. The Chief Secretary of the state will be a member of the trust.
- Millions of women attended the “Attukal Pongal ceremony” in Kerala’s capital Thiruvananthapuram, not caring for the threat of the coronavirus. The festival is attended by the largest number of women in the world and hence its name is recorded in the Guinness Record Book. Many women attended the celebration of wearing masks. Women from across the state reached Thiruvananthapuram for the ceremony. This annual festival takes place in the Bhagwati temple of “Attukal” which is called the Sabarimala of women.
- The Technology Information Forecasting and Evaluation Council (TIFAC) under the Ministry of Science and Technology launched “Vigyan Jyoti”. The scheme was launched on the occasion of International Women’s Day. TIFAC has launched ‘Vigyan Jyoti’ to encourage women to choose science as their career. The eligible women selected under this scheme will be provided opportunities to participate in science camps in NITs, IITs and other premier institutes of the country. The Central Government launched ‘Vigyan Jyoti’ to promote STEM education among girls. October it, Was launched in 2019. Such an initiative is necessary because according to the Ministry of Science and Technology, only 24% of the total passed students belong to the STEM sector and only 22% are postgraduate women. The full form of TIFAC is the Technology Information Forecasting and Assessment Council. The full form of STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
- President Ashraf Ghani was sworn in as President for a second term in Kabul amidst a crisis over peace talks with the Taliban in Afghanistan, while his rival in the election, Dr. Abdullah-Abdullah, was sworn in at a separate ceremony. Mr. Ghani was declared the winner in the election for the post of President of Afghanistan in September last year. But Abdullah-Abdullah objected to his election.
- The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) has organized the 2-day 9th edition of the national level search and rescue exercise ‘SAREX-2020’ in the sea of Vasco district of South Goa, which is “Harmonization of Maritime and Aeronautical Search and Rescue” – HAMSAR “. It was inaugurated by “Dr. Ajay Kumar”, Secretary (Defense), Ministry of Defense.
- A “Delimitation Commission” has been set up under the chairmanship of former Supreme Court judge Ranjana Prakash Desai. The delimitation of the state of Jammu and Kashmir will be done as per the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act. The last delimitation was done in 1995 in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. At that time, Jammu and Kashmir was under President’s rule. For other parts of the country, the delimitation will be based on the 2031 census. The previous delimitation for the rest of India was based on the 2001 population. Delimitation is the process of deciding the boundaries of a constituency. The Delimitation Commission has been constituted under Section 3 of the Delimitation Act, 2002.
- The central government is implementing the flagship program “Nutrition Campaign” to improve the nutritional status of Indian citizens. The program helps children, adolescents, pregnant women, and lactating mothers by taking advantage of technology. The importance of giving to the program is evident from the fact that 14 central departments and all the state governments are involved in the program. Tamil Nadu tops the list of states in terms of the number of participants in the program. The Integrated Child Development Scheme has long been in force in the southern state, which has been reunited with the Centre’s “Nutrition Campaign Mission”. This program is reviving India by reaching children and mothers across the country.
- The government reconstructed the National Forum for “Disaster Risk Reduction” (NPDRR) and appointed Union Home Minister Amit Shah as chairman. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman have been named as the other members.
- A dedicated monitoring cell has been opened under “Mission Bhagirath” to address drinking water supply complaints and issues. The purpose of this cell is to be prepared to overcome the shortage of water in summer. This cell will lodge complaints and redress them without any delay. “Mission Bhagirath” is a safe drinking water project, it was started for Telangana. Its purpose is to provide drinking water to the homes of every village and town. Under this, clean drinking water will be supplied from “Krishna and Godavari rivers”.
- The Union Home Ministry has recently stopped issuing Protected Area Permit in Arunachal Pradesh. Protected area permits in India are required for Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, Sikkim, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, and Arunachal Pradesh. Currently, only tourist travel is allowed within the boundaries of protected areas in India. Even someone from these protected areas who is married to a non-Indian cannot settle in these areas permanently.
- In the wake of the worldwide coronavirus, Israel has decided to keep all travelers arriving in the country isolated for two weeks. Prime Minister “Benjamin Netanyahu” gave this information yesterday, further tightening the already issued travel restrictions.
- A memorandum of understanding was signed between “Gambia” and India’s public sector company Telecommunications Consultants India Limited. Under this, the “E-Vidya Bharti” and “E-Arogya Bharti” projects of the Ministry of External Affairs in the fields of “Tele Education” and “TeleMedicine” will be implemented in “Gambia”. The “Gambia” is the 16th country in Africa to be associated with these foreign ministry projects. The entire cost of this project is borne by the Government of India and any partner country of Africa can avail of this facility.
- Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is going to set up a “logistics base” in Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka. The aim is to attract these countries to buy India’s military helicopters and light combat aircraft Tejas. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is currently working towards increasing defense exports and helping India achieve its USD 5 billion defense target. India has set a defense target of Rs 35,000 crore by 2024. Currently, India is exporting defense products worth Rs 17,000 crore.
- Recently a parliamentary panel on education submitted its report to the Rajya Sabha demanding grants in 2020-21. According to this report, the lack of budget funds has led to a decline in critical infrastructure. This panel stated in its report that “over 27% reduction in budget allocation for schooling” has been done. According to this report, only 56% of the schools have electricity. The lowest rate, in this case, is in Manipur and Madhya Pradesh. Also, only 57% of schools have playgrounds. Boundary wall is necessary to protect students and school property, according to this report, 40% of schools do not have a boundary wall. This panel recommended that the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development should work closely with the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGA). The scheme should be used to provide renewable energy to schools.
- “Tamim Iqbal” has been appointed the new captain of the Bangladesh ODI cricket team. He will replace “Mashrafe Mortaza”. Mashrafe Mortaza announced to relinquish the captaincy a few days ago. The special thing is that Mashrafe Mortaza and former captain Shakib Al Hasan have also been excluded from the Central Contract List by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). Shakib has been banned by ICC for 2 years due to corrupt conduct. It carries a suspended sentence of one year.
- The Indian women’s tennis team made it to the “World Cup Playoffs of the Fed Cup” for the first time. India beat Indonesia 2–1 in the Asia-Oceania Group-1 tournament in Dubai. Ankita Raina played a key role in India’s victory by winning both singles and doubles. In the decisive doubles match, Ankita and Sania Mirza defeated Aldila-Prisca pair 7-6, 6-0 to lead India to the playoffs. India may now face Latvia or Netherlands in the playoffs in April. India finished second in the group of 6 teams.
- The “Moody’s Investors” service said it expects “G20 countries to grow 2.1% in 2020”. Moody’s decreased by 0.3 percentage points compared to Moody’s previous forecast, as the global spread of coronavirus resulted in a simultaneous supply and demand setback. It cautioned that the risks of the global recession have increased. The G20 group includes advanced economies such as the US, Eurozone, Japan, Germany, and the UK and emerging economies such as China, India, Brazil, Russia, and Mexico.
- Mars-like surface has been found in the “Mata-Na-Madh”, a religious place in Kutch in Gujarat. Investigation of scientists has revealed that it is the only place in the world that has similarities with the surface of Mars. Scientists from all over the world are reaching here for the realization of this fact. At the same time, “ISRO, IIT Kharagpur and Geophysical Research Center, Hyderabad” have said to jointly research it. “Hydro sulfate of potassium and iron constituent components” forms “xerophyte”, which is found on the surface of Mars. Its presence has also been found in the land of “Mata-Na-Madh”.
- A survey was conducted by BBC World History magazine, which was attended by more than 5,000 readers and eventually named Maharaja Ranjit Singh as the greatest leader in the world among all entries. Maharaja Ranjit Singh was the Indian ruler of the 19th century “Sikh Empire”. He ruled Punjab for nearly 40 years (1801–1839). He made his kingdom so powerful that no other invader could challenge his empire during his lifetime. Maharaja Ranjit Singh was elected with more than 38 percent of the votes to create a new tolerant empire. Amilcar Cabral got 25 percent of the votes to finish second in the poll. Cabral was an African freedom fighter and played a major role in African independence.
- Time forms a “special cover” each year and dedicates it to a distinguished woman who has made a significant mark in that particular year. “Amrit Kaur” is the woman of the year 1947 and Indira Gandhi is of the year 1976. Indira Gandhi became the Prime Minister of India after her victory over Pakistan in the Bangladesh Liberation War, He amended the constitution to give more rights. He jailed many politicians, censored the country’s press, violated the fundamental rights of the people and declared an emergency in 1975. Similarly, Princess “Amrit Kaur” was born in the royal family of Kapurthala. She returned to India after studying at Oxford in 1918 and followed the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and devoted her life to helping India become free from the rule of England. She was the first woman health minister of India after independence. He worked in this position for the next 10 years.
- According to the published Comptroller and Auditor General’s report, 40% of environmental crimes between 2014 and 2016 in India Rajasthan had 15723 registered environmental crimes between 2014 and 2016 in the country, while Rajasthan had 6382 registered cases. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and Sariska Tiger Reserve were not regulated due to the absence of the Local Advisory Committee. 5 of the 10 core areas in Ranthambore were not closed during the monsoon season. There was a “garbage dumping yard” near the “Abheda organic garden” located in Kota. Other problems were the army’s firing range slums and industrial areas.
- Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat declared “Garsain” as the summer capital of Uttarakhand during the budget session. “Dehradun” does not give the status of permanent capital of Uttarakhand and now “Garsain” will serve this purpose and the issue of permanent state capital will be resolved. This declaration is dedicated to thousands of women, men and those involved in the struggle of Uttarakhand. In 1960, “Veerchandra Singh Garhwali” proposed “Garrison” as the capital of Uttarakhand. Garhwal district came into existence after being separated from the “Kumaon” district. In 1992, “Uttarakhand Kranti Dal” declared Garasain as the capital of Uttarakhand. The state government has given “Garsain” the status of “Nagar Panchayat” in 2015-16.
- “Bimal Julka” was appointed as the Chief Information Commissioner in the Central Information Commission (CIC). The oath ceremony was held at Rashtrapati Bhavan. The oath was administered by the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind. Previously “Bimal Julka”, was acting as Information Commissioner, but was later promoted as “Chief Information Commissioner”. He has replaced Sudhir Bhargava as CIC, Sudhir Bhargava retired on 11 January. The Commission has 11 sanctioned posts of Information Commissioners including (CIC). Currently, there are 6 Information Commissioners. He was serving as the Director of the Department of Industrial Development under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry before the role of Information Commissioner. Earlier, he was working with the Madhya Pradesh government as “Public Relations Commissioner”. He has held various positions throughout his career,
- The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is investigating aspects of alleged criminal conspiracy fraud and corruption against Yes Bank co-founder Rana Kapoor. The CBI probe has links between scam-affected DHFL and Yes Bank, including a third company in some suspicious financial transactions. The Enforcement Directorate has arrested 62-year-old Yes Bank co-founder under charges of money laundering.
- US President Donald Trump will soon sign a new bill of about $ 8.3 billion to stop the spread of coronavirus in the nation. The Senate passed the bill with a majority. The House of Representatives first passed the bill on 4 March with a majority of 415–2 votes. The bill aims to accelerate the government’s response to deal with the rapid spread of deadly coronaviruses in the nation. Including 14 deaths confirmed in the United States, the total number of coronavirus cases has increased to 233. Funds will be provided to federal public health agencies to conduct tests, provide treatment, and help local governments respond to the coronavirus threat and deliver the drug to the needy. To spread the deadly virus to local and state governments, About 2 billion dollars will be given to help prepare them. A “telehealth consultation” will be introduced to introduce home remedies to reduce doctor visits and reduce the possibility of the spread of the virus.
- On January 07, China announced that it had identified a new virus. The new breed virus was given the initial designation “2019-nCoV” and identified as belonging to the coronavirus family. Including respiratory tract and common cold symptoms. Italy was the second most coronavirus affected country in the world. On March 8, the death toll from Corona in Italy has increased from 133 to 366. Lombardy region is the most affected area in the north of Italy. After China, Italy is the country most affected by the coronavirus. Cases of infections increased from 1492 to 7375 in one day. While South Korea currently has about 7313 cases. Italy has placed orders for 22 million “surgical masks”. The government issued a decree to close all areas of the north, including the “city of Venice” and the financial capital “Milan”.
- The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has named its Mars rover as “Perseverance”. NASA has scheduled its Mars mission in July 2020. NASA renamed its rover after a nationwide competition and the 7th-grade student was declared the winner for the naming of the rover. “Alexander Mather” recommended that the rover should be named “Perceivers”, which received more votes than any other entry. The “Perseverance” is a car-shaped rover, about 10 feet long by 7 feet tall and 9 feet wide, and will serve as a robber scientist. It weighs around 2300 pounds (about 1043 kg) and will research for signs of past microbial life on Mars. “Perseverance” will also collect samples of Mars rocks from the red planet. It will collect dust samples for the next Mars expeditions, which can help in the human exploration of Mars.
- The Ministry of AYUSH has developed a “National AYUSH Policy and Standardized Terminology Electronic Portal” known as “Namaste Portal”. Which provides “standardized terminology and number codes of diseases” for “Ayurveda Siddha and Unani system of medicine”. The portal will work in collaboration with the World Health Organization. Portal Yoga is for “dual coding and number reporting of diseases” for naturopathy and homeopathy systems. It can be used primarily to present electronic data through obscure reporting individual institutions and will be gradually used for “electronic health records (EHR)”. This portal ASU The international terminology and number of ICD-11 diseases will also serve as reference repositories for further development of the code.
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