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Latest Current Affairs 14th March 2018

Latest Current Affairs 14th March 2018

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Poll outcome would be reviewed: UP CM Yogi Adityanath:On Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha bypolls outcome, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath says the results would be reviewed; SP wins Gorakhpur and Phulpur  Lok Sabha bypolls; RJD wins Araria Lok Sabha bypoll; BJP romps home at Babhua assembly seat.

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PM Modi to address farmers on March 17 at annual Krishi Unnati Mela:The main theme pavilion of the Krishi Unnati Mela will be based on Doubling of farmers income by 2022.

Finance Bill: Budget passed without discussion in LS as protests continue:Finance Minister Arun Jaitley moved the bills amidst opposition uproar and sloganeering.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurates Asia-Pacific Regional Conference of IACP:The theme of the conference is “Challenges to Policing in 2020 – How is Cyber Space shaping our approach to Cybercrime and Terrorism, how do we perform within it and take advantage of it”.

Indian Air Force conducts ‘historic’ landing of C-17 Globemaster:The crew included Group Captain K Rama Rao, Wing Commander Amiya Kant Patnaik, Wing Commander K Trivedi and Sqn Ldr L Nayak.

BJP moves EC against Congress’s Rajya Sabha nominee in Gujarat:The BJP’s complaint followed its whip Suresh Angadi’s complaint to the Lok Sabha Speaker, alleging “gross irregularities” in granting several no objection certificates given to Rathwa.

Delhi Metro’s Pink Line to open for public today:It would prove a big boon for commuters, especially students, who till now have to travel either by road from the North Campus or take the Airport Line metro till Dhaula Kuan and commute again on road.

PM Modi launches TB Free India Campaign:Creating a Swastha Bharat is part of Prime Minister’s vision of New India and the launch of the new strategic plan is another step in this direction.

Sukma attack: Tributes paid to martyred CRPF men:The CRPF personnel were martyred on Tuesday when a landmine blast blew up their patrolling vehicle in Sukma district.

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Supreme Court extends deadline for linking Aadhaar:The Unique Identification Authority of India has said that the requirement of Aadhaar for opening new bank accounts or applying for Tatkal passports will continue.

Britain expels 23 Russian diplomats over chemical attack on ex-spy:Britain will expel 23 Russian diplomats in response to a nerve toxin attack on a Russian ex-spy in southern England, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday, describing the attack as an unlawful use of force by Russia against the United Kingdom.

British Scientist Stephen Hawking dies aged 76:Hawking contracted motor neurone disease in 1963 and was given two years to live but he went on to study at Cambridge and became one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists since Albert Einstein.

Fiery protests over infrastructure, insecurity erupt in Panama:The strike has affected public transport in Panama’s no.2 city and many stored were shuttered.

World Bank bullish on India’s growth prospects:World Bank endorses the Indian growth story; forecasts Indian economy to grow at 7.3% in next fiscal and 7.5% in 2019-2020; says India’s growth story is remarkably stable and resilient; lauds govt for undertaking economic reforms and controlling inflation.

CCEA nod for Urea subsidy scheme till 2020:Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approves continuation of Urea Subsidy scheme till 2020 at a cost of 1 lakh 65 thousand crore rupees; Cabinet nod also given for direct benefit transfer for disbursement of fertiliser subsidy.

Reserve Bank of India steps in to check bank frauds:The move comes as the central bank clamped down on the import financing route used by fugitive jeweller Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi for allegedly committing multi-billion banking fraud.

Nidahas Trophy: India beat Bangladesh by 17 runs:Skipper Rohit Sharma led from the front with a fluent half century and teenaged off-spinner Washington Sundar scalped three wickets to help India beat Bangladesh by 17 runs at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Wednesday and guide the men-in-blue to the final of the Nidahas Trophy T20 tri-series.

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