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#Latest Current Affairs 13th March 2019 14 March 2019

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BJP hits out at Congress legacy of corruption: As political temperatures rise with election fever escalating, political slugfests are the order of the day; Wednesday saw the BJP hitting out the Congress with charges of what it termed family package corruption, the gift of 70 years of organisational graft and how news reports of the past 24 hours clearly expose how the Gandhi -Vadra Famly is the very definition of familial corruption.

Cabinet sends Lok Sabha Poll dates to President for notifications: The Union Cabinet initiated the process of notifying the dates of the seven-phase Lok Sabha polls by sending the Election Commission’s recommendation to President Ram Nath Kovind.

Govt in Supreme Court: Rafale documents theft jeopardizing national security: Defence Ministry submits affidavit in Supreme Court over a photocopy of secret Rafale documents; says national security jeopardized to mislead the court by a selective leak of stolen documents through unauthorized copying; Seeks dismissal of Rafale verdict review plea saying petitioners guilty of leaking sensitive information.

BJP delegation meets Election Commission over West Bengal: Delegation of Bharatiya Janata Party meets Election Commission of India; Demands that West Bengal should be declared as super-sensitive state and deployment of central forces at all polling booths in the state; Also requests action against Rahul Gandhi for levelling unverified allegations against Prime Minister Modi.

‘Don’t Regret, Go Vote’: PM urges voters to actively participate in Elections: With less than a month to go for the first phase of Lok Sabha Elections 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urges countrymen to come out in large numbers and vote; Reaches out to opposition leaders, eminent actors, and sportspersons; Appeals to them to strengthen voter awareness efforts across India.

Ayodhya dispute case: Litigants appear before SC-appointed panel: Twenty-five litigants in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute case along with their counsels appeared on Wednesday before a Supreme Court-appointed mediation panel in Awadh University’s engineering campus in Faizabad.

No 2019 poll alliance with Congress: BSP chief Mayawati: Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Tuesday said that her party will have no alliance with the Congress in any state for the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

BJP, Asom Gan Parishad resolve differences, to fight polls together: Hectic political activities are being witnessed.

Coalition parties have no obligation to ideological unity: Former Maldives President Nasheed: Former Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed has said parties in the government coalition have no obligation to act in ideological unity with each other.

Indian Embassy awards 200 scholarships to meritorious Nepali students: The Embassy of India, Kathmandu awarded 200 Golden Jubilee Scholarships to meritorious Nepali students for continuing their studies in various undergraduate courses at different Universities and Colleges in Nepal.

Life and times of Mahatma Gandhi on display at Indian Pavilion in London Book Fair: The India Pavilion at London Book Fair was inaugurated on Tuesday.

British PM Theresa May loses a crucial vote in another Brexit defeat: British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday suffered yet another massive Parliament defeat over Brexit when MPs overwhelmingly rejected her withdrawal agreement by 149 votes, leaving the March 29 deadline for the deal hanging in the balance.

A day before UNSC resolution on Masood Azhar, India exposes Pakistan: India has yet again exposed Pakistan’s malicious attempts at spreading lies about Jammu and Kashmir.

SBI launches doorstep banking service for senior citizens over 70 & differently-abled: State Bank of India (SBI) has launched doorstep banking service for senior citizens over 70 years of age and differently-abled customers.

Market rallies for a 3rd straight day; Sensex jumps 216 points: Continuing its rising streak for the third session in a row, the BSE Sensex on Wednesday climbed by over 216 points on unabated buying in banking stocks amid strong foreign fund inflows and positive domestic cues.

DGCA grounds all Boeing 737 MAX operations in India: Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft grounded in India following global concerns over safety; DGCA says, the aircrafts will remain grounded till appropriate modifications and safety measures are undertaken.

Record 200 Nations represented at Special Olympics World Games: Special Olympics World Games 2019 which is being held from 14th to 21st March in UAE has made history by welcoming a record-breaking 200 nations ahead of the World Games. Of the 200 nations, 195 will compete in the Games and five will observe.

5th SAFF Women’s Championship: India beat Maldives 6-0: Defending champion India thrashed  Maldives by 6-0 in the 5th South Asian Football Federation, SAFF Women’s Championship.

Indian Wells: Kohlschreiber beats world no. 1 Djokovic; Nadal into Round 4: Philipp Kohlschreiber packed off Novak Djokovic 6-4 6-4 in the third round of the ATP Masters event in California.

5th ODI: Australia beat India by 35 runs; clinch the 5 match series 3-2: India’s quest to find right combinations for the upcoming World Cup ended with a 35 run defeat in the decisive fifth ODI against Australia as they lost the series 2-3 in New Delhi on Wednesday.

Disney releases new look at ‘Aladdin’ remake: Walt Disney Pictures shared on Tuesday (March 12) a new look at the upcoming live-action film ‘Aladdin’.

Public broadcaster plays an important role during elections: Prasar Bharati CEO on fake news: Prasar Bharati CEO Shashi Shekhar Vempati and Jim Egan CEO BBC Global News limited addressed a FICCI FRAMES session on ‘How public broadcasters are combating fake news’.

YouTube music debuts in India: YouTube music platform will now be available in India to cash in on the rising data consumption and demand for Indian melodies across the globe, a director of Google’s popular video service said Tuesday.

Gene therapy scientists move closer to ‘cure’ for a sickle cell: The pain is excruciating.

Prasar Bharti CEO, DFF ADG participates in FICCI Frames 2019: The challenge of addressing fake news on social media was the focus on the second day of FICCI FRAMES 2019 in Mumbai.

Violence, social media abuse cited for a dip in a number of women in political power: When it comes to political power, women are totally outnumbered by men, accounting for less than 7 percent of the world’s leaders and only 24 percent of lawmakers, according to the latest UN statistics.

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