Today’s top news:
- The Delhi government presented the budget for financial year 2021-2022 on March 9, 2021. The government presented a ₹69,000-crore budget which was themed on patriotism.
- 2.40 crore people vaccinated against COVID in country
- Uttarakhand Chief Minister Resigns : Trivendra Singh Rawat, 60, handed in his resignation to Governor Baby Rani Maurya just days short of completing four years in power. A state minister, Dhan Singh Rawat, is widely tipped to take over as Chief Minister.
- Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal Files Nomination From Majuli For Assembly Polls. The term of the 14th Legislative Assembly of Assam is up to May 31, 2021.
- PM Modi released a Manuscript with commentaries by 21 scholars on shlokas of Srimad Bhagavadgita. Jammu & Kashmir Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha was also present on the occasion along with Dr Karan Singh, the Chairman Trustee of Dharmarth Trust, J&K..
- The Union Finance Ministry on Tuesday informed the Parliament that no recommendation from the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council has been made to bring petrol and diesel under the ambit of the GST.
- Union Minister of State for Finance, Anurag Thakur, in a written reply in Rajya Sabha, said, “To bring petrol and diesel under the ambit of GST, the recommendation of the GST Council is necessary. No such recommendation has been made so far.”
- Ahead of West Bengal Assembly election, the Election Commission of India on Tuesday (March 9, 2021) transferred West Bengal Director General of Police (DGP) Virendra and IPS officer P Nirajnayan will be take over as the post of Bengal’s top cop.
- Maharashtra will form a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the death of Mohan Delkar, a seven-time MP from Dadra and Nagar Haveli, state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh announced in the Assembly
- Upset over seat-sharing, Vijayakanth’s DMDK quits AIADMK-led alliance in TN
- The State of Odisha has decided to set up the dedicated “District Investment Promotion Agencies (DIPA)” in 30 districts of the state . The DIPA will help in promoting and facilitating the investment in the state.. This industrial development will help in creating the employment opportunities for youth.
- A special court has accepted the closure report filed by an Uttar Pradesh Police Special Investigation Team (SIT) team against BJP MLA Sangeet Som in a case of uploading an inflammatory video on social media ahead of the communal riots here in 2013.
- The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached seven sugar mills worth over Rs 1,097 crore in a money laundering case against former Uttar Pradesh BSP MLC Mohammed Iqbal and his family.
- A total of 42 terrorist organisations like the Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Jaish-e-Mohammed have been banned by the government for their involvement in various acts of terrorism, which is largely been sponsored from across the border, Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.
- DGCA issues post-vaccination guidelines for aircrew
Amid the vaccination drive against the Covid-19 in India.
- The Uttar Pradesh Police’s Special Task Force (STF) on Tuesday arrested a man who allegedly impersonated a captain of the Indian Army and duped several people on the pretext of providing them jobs in the force . The accused, Anand Kumar alias Rajvir Singh Raghuvanshi, was found in possession of Army uniform, stamps and his photograph in the uniform, police said.
- Adding teeth to the Indian Navy’s underwater capabilities, the third Scorpene class stealth submarine, Karanj, will join the fleet on Wednesday at Mumbai. “INS Karanj will be commissioned tomorrow after successful completion of sea trials for over two years.
- A most wanted terrorist and Chief of Al-Badr outfit Gani Khawaja was killed in an encounter at Tujjar area of Sopore district Baramullah in North Kashmir.
- Coronavirus Cases:11,261,470
- The first ever Quad summit between India, Japan, Australia and US leaders’ will take place virtually on Friday (March 12) marking a significant geopolitical moment. For the summit Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Australian PM Scott Morrison, Japan’s PM Yoshihide Suga and US President Joseph R Biden will participate.
- The Summit will provide an opportunity to exchange views on contemporary challenges such as resilient supply chains, emerging and critical technologies, maritime security, and climate change.
- India summoned the British high commissioner on Tuesday and conveyed its strong opposition to the “unwarranted and tendentious” discussion on India’s agri reforms in the UK Parliament, describing it a “gross interference” in politics of another country.
- PM Modi’s forthcoming visit to Dhaka on March 26 is quite significant as it will be his first foreign trip after the Covid- 19 outbreak. It is expected to consolidate bilateral ties as Bangladesh is a gateway to southeast Asia and part of Modi’s ‘Act East’ policy.
- Bangladesh PM Shaik Hasina has said that Bangladesh is attaching priority to maximise the use of its geographical location to make it a connectivity hub between South and SouthEast Asia. In her video message on the occasion of the inauguration of the Maitri Setu on Feni river connecting Sabroom in Tripura with Ramgarh in Bangladesh.
- Switzerland has voted in favour of the proposal to ban the full facial coverings such as burqa and niqab in almost all the public places . This controversial proposal was passed following a public referendum which was supported by around 51.21 percent of voters.
- Even as China is pushing for a vaccine passport, it is struggling to ramp up its vaccination as it lags behind many western countries.
- China has yet again not given any timeline for the return of international students who have been waiting for more than a year now, instead it pushed for an international COVID-19 vaccine recognition system.
- Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen visits naval base amid Chinese threats.
- US President Joe Biden nominates 2 women Generals to lead Military Commands. On the occasion of International Women’s Day, US President Joe Biden on Monday (local time) announced the nomination of two women to lead the country’s Military Commands, wh will become the second and third women in the history of the United States Armed Forces to lead combatant Commands
- Coronavirus Cases:
- India’s premier off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin was on Tuesday named the ICC men’s Player of the Month (February) for his stellar show against England in a four-match Test series at home which his side won to qualify for the World Test Championship final. England’s Tammy Beaumont was adjudged the women’s Player of the Month.
- In the three Tests he played, Ashwin scored a 106 in the second innings of India’s second Test victory over England at Chennai and took his 400th Test wicket in the third Test victory at Ahmedabad.
- Delhi cheif minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Tuesday that the city will bid to host the 2048 Olympics. The statement by Kejriwal comes days after union sports minister Kiren Rijiju pitched for hosting the Summer Olympics in the future.
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Facts about India
Meerut is a city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The city may have derived its name from ‘Mayarashtra’ (Sanskrit: मयराष्ट्र), the capital of the kingdom of Mayasura, Mandodari’s father and Ravana’s father-in-law. This name may have mutated to Mairashtra, Mai-dant-ka-khera, Mairaath and eventually Meerut. Meerut is famously associated with the Indian Rebellion of 1857 against the British East India Company. The famous slogan “Dilli Chalo” (“Let’s march to Delhi!”) was first raised here. Meerut cantonment is the place where the rebellion started when Hindu and Muslim soldiers were given rifle cartridges rumoured to have a coating made of animal fat. 1857 Mutineers’ Mosque.
Thought of the day
Rain drops may be little in shape & size. But their continuous fall makes a river overflow. Small consistent efforts make massive changes.
Joke of the day
पप्पू की मज़ाकिया बीवी
पप्पू :- मेरी बीवी इतना मज़ाक करती है कि क्या बताऊं।पप्पू
Frnd:- कैसे ?
पप्पू :- कल मैंने उसकी आंखों पर हाथ रख कर पूछा
मैं कौन? तो वो बोली “दूध वाला।”
Why is milk produced only after delivery not during pregnancy?
When a women become pregnant, progesterone and estrogen, hormones that are a part of normal menstrual cycle, rise dramatically, and a new hormone, called human chorionic gonadotropin, begins to be produced.
Although mammary growth begins during pregnancy under the influence of ovarian and placental hormones, and some milk is formed, copious milk secretion sets in only after delivery. Since lactation ensues after a premature birth, it would appear that milk production is held back during pregnancy.
Sometimes a woman’s breasts make milk even though she is not pregnant or breastfeeding. This condition is called galactorrhea (say: guh-lack-tuh-ree-ah). The milk may come from one or both breasts. It may leak on its own or only when the breasts are touched. Reasons for lactating when not recently pregnant can range from hormone imbalances to medication side effects to other health conditions. The most common cause of breast milk production is an elevation of a hormone produced in the brain called prolactin.
Women with certain illnesses and infections may be advised by doctors not to breastfeed because of the danger of passing the illness or infection to the breastfed infant.
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How it works ⁉
How a microphone works
A microphone converts sound into a small electrical current. Sound waves hit a diaphragm that vibrates, moving a magnet near a coil. In some designs, the coil moves within a magnet.
Other microphones, such as condenser microphones, work on the principle of capacitance. Capacitors consist of parallel conducting plates that store charge and are used to smooth out signals like voltage variations in a power supply. In a condenser microphone, the incoming sound vibrates one plate of a capacitor. The varying capacitance is converted into a corresponding electrical signal.
First male IPS officer of independent E.B Joshi is the first male IPS officer of independent india
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According to the tale, Krishna was born in the Yadava clan of Mathura try to Queen Devaki and her husband, King Vasudeva.
Yashoda (foster mother); Nanda (foster …
Born: Mathura, Surasena (present-day Uttar Pradesh, India)
Rukmini is believed to be an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. It is said that Lord Krishna was an embodiment of Lord Vishnu. And Lakshmi being the inseparable wife of Lord Vishnu took birth as Rukmini in her next life. She was born in the house of Bhismaka, king of Vidharbha.
🧬 HEALTH CARE: HOME REMEDIES🩺
( Note : These home tips followed in villages/ancient traditions, it is up to you to use it or not🙏🏻)
Pomegranate remedy for piles Siddha medicine is one of the world’s oldest medical system that originated in South India. Siddha medicine uses different parts pomegranate fruit and plant to treat piles.
Use powder of pomegranate flowers. Get some flowers of pomegranate and dry them in shade. Grind the dried pomegranate flowers to get their powder. Have a teaspoon of this powder with honey on an empty stomach first thing in the morning. Burn the peel of pomegranate fruit. Peel the pomegranate fruit and separate its outer peel. Now burn this peel to get its ashes. Mix a teaspoonful of this ash in 200 ml of water and wash your anal region. Do it many times during the day. Continue this remedy for 7 days.
Boil the peel of pomegranate fruit. Put the peels of pomegranate in water and boil this water. Strain and have one glass each of this water in morning and evening. This is a quick remedy for piles which means you can get relief fast when using this remedy. Drink pomegranate juice for bleeding piles. If you suffer from bleeding piles, drink a cup of pomegranate juice twice every day. Even cranberry juice can be taken for this purpose. Both of these fruits are hemostatics which means they have the ability to stop bleeding. Due to this quality of the fruits, they can heal your bleeding piles.
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