Current Affairs 21 03 2018

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  1. The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved launch of Ayushman Bharat-National Health Protection Mission (AB-NHPM).
  2. Bihar Governor Satya Pal Malik has been given the additional charge of Governor of Odisha
  3. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on March 21, 2018 apologized for the data debacle that has dragged the social media giant into a huge controversy and said that he was ready to testify before the Congress.

  4. According to HSBC`s Ranking, India is the most vulnerable country to climate change.
  5. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on March 21, 2018 granted approval to amend the regulation for admission to PG medical courses in order to expand the scope of persons with disabilities getting the benefit of reservation.
  6. India and France joint naval exercise, "Varuna-18", has been started in the Arabian Sea off the Goa coast.
  7. The Union Cabinet on March 21, 2018 gave approval for moving official amendments in the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016.
  8. The Union Cabinet has approved second and final extension of term of Commission constituted to examine issue of Sub-categorization of Other Backward Classes in Central List for period of twelve weeks up to June, 2018.

  9. The Third edition of National Conclave on Mines and Minerals was held in New Delhi.
  10. . The Union Cabinet has approved North East Industrial Development Scheme (NEIDS), 2017 to promote employment in North Eastern Region states including.
  11. The Union Cabinet has approved opening of 18 new Indian Missions in Africa over four year period from 2018-2021.
  12. President of Myanmar, Htin Kyaw, on March 21, 2018 announced his retirement from the post amidst concerns about his health over the last few months.

  13. India Post on March 20, 2018 paid tribute to theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking by issuing a special
  14. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced legislation on March 20, 2018 that requires the gun retailers in the country to keep records of firearms inventory and sales for at least 20 years. Cover on him. 

















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