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#Latest Current Affairs 05th March 2019 6 March 2019

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BJP hits back at oppn for asking for proof of strike against JeM terror camps: Government and BJP have slammed the opposition for continuing to politicise the India’s pre-emptive strike against terror camps across the border. Meanwhile, Indian forces continue to give befitting response to terror as two Hijbul Mujahideen terrorists were eliminated in Jammu & Kashmir. Pakistani troops on Tuesday violated ceasefire along the Line of Control by targeting forward posts and villages in Rajouri district. Indian forces are giving them a befitting reply.

Home Minister launches ‘Smart Fencing’ Project: Home Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurates ‘Smart Fencing’ Project in Assam; CIBMS project will vastly improve the capability of BSF in detecting and controlling the cross border crimes.

PM Modi addresses ‘Vijay Sankalp’ rally in Dhar: After wrapping up his two-day Gujarat visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Dhar in Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday.

Navy Chief: India faces serious version of terrorism: Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba says, Indo-pacific region has witnessed multiple forms of terrorism in recent years; Speaking at the Indo-Pacific Regional Dialogue in New Delhi, Naval Chief says, India faces a far more serious version of state-sponsored terrorism, perpetuated by extremists and aided by a state which seeks to destabilise India.

Government for 200 Point Roster: HRD Minister: Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar says, the government is in favour of 200 point roster; Says, the decision is going to be taken soon on this and the university community will get justice; Says, the Modi government stands for social justice.

Nepal Govt officials join INGAF training course in New Delhi: The Third group of 22 officials of Nepal’s Ministry of Finance have joined their training course on ‘Global Perspectives on Public Financial Management’ at the Institute of Government Accounts and Finance (INGAF) in New Delhi on Monday.

J&K: 2 terrorists killed in encounter in Pulwama: Two terrorists were killed in an encounter between terrorists and security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama district, Army said on Tuesday.

Vice President embarks on 8-day visit to Paraguay, Costa Rica: Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu embarked on a two nation visit to Paraguay and Costa Rica on Monday.

PM Modi launches Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Mandhan Yojana: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday launched a pension scheme ‘Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan-dhan for unorganized sector workers in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. This mega pension scheme ensures old age protection for unorganized Workers, whose monthly income is Rs 15,000/ per month or less.

Election Commission team in J&K to review poll preparedness: The Election Commission of India team led by Chief  Election Commissioner Sunil Arora held meetings with representatives of various political parties in Jammu on Tuesday morning.

Sri Lanka: Finance Minister Mangala Samaraweera presents Budget proposal for 2019: Sri Lankan Minister of Finance Managala Samaraweera presented the budget proposal for 2019 on Tuesday under the theme “Enterprise Sri Lanka – Empowering the People, Nurturing the Poor”.

Russia suspends participation in Intermediate-Range Nuclear treaty with US: Russian President Vladimir Putin has officially suspended the country’s participation in a key Cold War-era nuclear arms-control treaty with the United States.

Award-winning Egyptian photojournalist freed from jail: Award-winning Egyptian photojournalist Mahmoud Abu Zeid was released on Monday after spending nearly six years in prison following his arrest while covering a bloody crackdown on protests.

Protesters in Algeria reject Bouteflika’s bid for 5th term: Algerians on Monday dismissed President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s promise to quit early if re-elected for a fifth time in April and eyed fresh protests to push him from office.

US plan to end preferential trade status won’t have much impact: India: Commerce Secretary Anup Wadhawan says, that the United States’ decision to withdraw India’s name from GSP program list will not have any significant impact on India’s 5.6 billion dollar exports to the U.S.; Says, India has very deep routed ties with the USA and all the issues in the trade domain being discussed.

India’s services sector activity gathers pace in Feb on uptick in new business orders: The country’s services sector activity gathered momentum in February, driven by a quicker expansion in new work orders that supported a faster increase in output and job creation, a monthly survey showed Tuesday.

2nd ODI: India beat Australia by 8 runs; take 2-0 lead in 5-match series: A brilliant century by skipper Virat Kohli and a disciplined bowling effort saw India defeat Australia by eight runs in the second One-Day International (ODI), in Nagpur on Tuesday. India now have a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.

Jhulan, Shikha in top five in women’s ODI rankings: For the first time in nine years, two India bowlers, Jhulan Goswami, and Shikha Pandey, joined the top five club in the latest ICC women’s cricket rankings for ODI bowlers issued on Monday.

ISRO launches ‘Yuva Vigyani Karyakram’ for school children: Indian Space Research Organisation has launched “Yuva VIgyani Karyakram”, a “Young Scientist Programme” for the School Children to be studying in the ninth standard.

Air pollution claims seven million lives each year: UN expert: Air pollution, both outside and inside homes, is a silent and prolific killer responsible for the premature death of seven million people each year, including 600,000 children, according to a UN expert on environment and human rights.

Survivor antibody clears path for new Ebola vaccine: An antibody taken from an Ebola survivor has been found to target all three human strains of the virus and could eventually lead to an all-purpose vaccine against the killer disease, scientists said Monday.


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