Today’s top news:

  1. Registration for the upcoming annual pilgrimage to the Himalayan cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir is going to start from April 1. The 56-day yatra to the 3,880-metre-high shrine is scheduled to start from the twin routes of Pahalgam and Baltal on June 28 and culminate on August 22.
  2. Over 79% voting in Bengal, 72% in Assam till 6 pm: in the first phase of polling, says the Election Commission of India. Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal casts his vote a polling centre in Dibrugarh.
  3. The Gujarat government on Saturday announced that a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test reportwill be mandatory for those arriving from other states.
  4. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has joined hands with Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology (IIST) for futuristic research orbit .
  5. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has revised the schedule launch of geo imaging satellite GISAT-1 on board GSLV-F10 rocket after a minor issue occurred with the spacecraft. The spacecraft was scheduled to be launched on March 28. But due to minor issue, it will now be launched on April 18 from Sriharikota spaceport. Originally, it was scheduled to be launched on March 5, 2020 but it was postponed due to technical reasons.
  6. Around 500 shops were gutted in a massive fire at the famous Fashion Street market in Camp area of Pune.
  7. Night curfew in Maharashtra : All gatherings banned, parks and beaches to remain shut at night. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray held an important meeting via video conferencing to review the coronavirus situation in the state. Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar has announced Night curfew from Sunday 10 pm.
  8. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has extended restrictions on withdrawals and deposits in Punjab & Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank till 30 June, 2021. This decision was taken as central bank is working to finalize an investor for scam-hit multi-state cooperative bank.
  9. Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao stated in the Assembly that there will be no lockdown in Telangana state under any circumstance. He urged the people to strictly follow Covid-19 safety norms and avoid mass gatherings, against the backdrop of the rapid increasing number of Coronavirus cases.
  10. Three pilots have been injured after a trainer aircraft crashed in the Gandhi Nagar police station limits of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
  11. Serum Institute of India (SII) CEO Adar Poonawalla on Saturday said clinical trials of COVID-19 vaccine Covovax have begun in India and the company hopes to launch it by September this year.
  12. Lieutenant General Walter Anthony Gustavo Pinto, who had played a key role in the Indian victory in the Battle of Basantar, one of the most crucial operations in the Punjab-Jammu Sector during the 1971 war, passed away at the age of 97. As a Major General he had commanded the 54 Infantry Division during the war that had moved from its peace time location in Secunderabad to Punjab. Troops from the division were conferred as many as 196 gallantry medals including two Param Vir Chakra and nine Maha Vir Chakra, while Maj Gen Pinto was awarded the Param Vishisht Seva Medal.
  13. The cumulative number of COVID19 vaccine doses administered in the country has crossed 5.94 Crore


  1. India and Bangladesh signed five MoUs to further enhance bilateral ties between the two nations during Prime Minister Narendra Modi delegation-level meeting with his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina on Saturday (March 27, 2021). PM Modi has since left for India after concluding his two-day visit to Bangladesh.
  2. President Ram Nath Kovind extended greetings to his counterpart Abdul Hamid and the people of Bangladesh, on their country’s 50th Independence Day.
  3. Modi on Saturday offered prayers at the centuries-old Jeshoreshwari Kali temple in Ishwaripur village in Bangladesh’s southwestern Shatkhira district, bordering India.
  4. A new passenger train connecting Dhaka and New Jalpaiguri on the Indian side was inaugurated jointly by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina via a video conference on Saturday
  5. The Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party sparred over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s remark that he did satyagraha for Bangladesh’s freedom, with the opposition party questioning the statement’s veracity and the ruling party asserting that it was true.
  6. The Suez Canal blockage by container ship since 23 Mar 2021, that has disrupted east-west shipping could impact India’s trade and curtail key manufacturing supplies while raising transport costs as shipping rates spike due to the crisis.


  1. The United States President Joe Biden has invited 40 world leaders including PM Modi to a virtual climate summit, the White House informed on Friday (March 26, 2021). The Leaders Summit on Climate will be hosted by Joe Biden on April 22 and 23.
  2. China and Iran, both subject to U.S. sanctions, signed a 25-year cooperation agreement on Saturday to strengthen their long-standing economic and political alliance.
  3. At least 32 people were killed and 84 injured when two trains collided in central Egypt on Friday, The collision happened after the emergency brakes on one of the trains, which were travelling in the same direction.
  4. International Theatre Institute (ITI) centres and international theatre community observes the World Theatre Day annually on March 27th. The day is celebrated to underline importance of theatre arts and how they have played a significant role in the field of entertainment.


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  2. India’s fourth seed Saina Nehwal in women’s singles and eighth-seeded women’s doubles pair Ashwini Ponnappa and N. Sikki Reddy progressed to the semi-finals of the Orleans Masters Super 100 badminton tournament
  3. Sachin Tendulkar tests COVID-19 positive: Former India all-rounder Yusuf Pathan became the latest casualty to test positive for the novel coronovirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The 38-year-old, who along with legend Sachin Tendulkar had featured in the recent Road Safety World Series 2011 at Raipur.

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Facts about India

Haryana is one of the 28 states in India, located in the northern part of the country. It was carved out of the former state of East Punjab on 1 November 1966 on a linguistic basis. It is ranked 22nd in terms of area. Haryana has 6 administrative divisions, 22 districts.

The name Haryana has been derived from the Sanskrit words Hari (the Hindu god Vishnu) and ayana (home), meaning “the Abode of God”. Haryana got its name from Lord Krishna as he gave the holy sermon of Bhagwat-Geeta at the famous battleground of Kurukshetra in the ancient times.

Thought of the day

Happiness is not ready-made. It comes from your own character.

Joke of the day

Examiner :Tell me the name of this bird by seeing its legs only🤨

Pappu : I dont know.😧🙄

Examiner: You failed, whats your name🤥

Pappu : See my legs & tell my name…😝🤪


Why Do Indian Women Wear Bangles

The word bangle has been derived from the HINDI word Bangri or Bangali, Which in sanskrit gives the meaning “The ornament which adorns the arm”.

Being made from various materials including glass, conch, different metals, gold and ivory.
sound of the glass bangles protect the motor organs of the ladies.

Scientific Reason For Wearing Bangles:
In Ancient days men used to go and work in farms and forests which involves lot of muscle work , while women used to do all the household work. Though house hold involves lot of work but when compared to men’s work it’s kind of small. By sitting at home and not doing much physcial work, there is a chance of blood pressure getting increased, which results in developing impatience.

Normally the wrist portion is in constant activation on any human. Also the pulse beat in this portion is mostly checked for all sorts of ailments. The Bangles used by women are normally in the wrist part of ones hand and its constant friction increases the blood circulation level.

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

गर्दभः : Donkey

How it works ⁉

How a Medicine works in the human body?

Medicines Can Replace What’s Missing.
If our body makes too much of a certain chemical, that can make us sick too. Luckily, medicines can replace what’s missing (like insulin) or they can block production of a chemical when the body is making too much of it.

Many Ways to Take Medicine : A lot of medicines are swallowed, either as a pill or a liquid. Once the medicine is swallowed, the digestive juices in the stomach break it down, and the medicine can pass into the bloodstream. Your blood then carries it to other parts of your body where the medicine works best.

But some medicines wouldn’t work if the stomach’s digestive juices broke them down. For example, insulin is given as a shot under the skin and then it can be absorbed into the bloodstream. Other medicines need to be breathed into the lungs where they work best for lung problems, like some of the medicines used to treat asthma.


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Southern Indians wear Tilak (Vibhuti- Horizontal) or Naama (Vertical) based on whether they are Shaivites or Vaishnavites respectively.

Saivites wear vibhooti or sacred ash horizontally (also tilak). They follow Lord Shiva. Iyers in Tamil Nadu follow the tradition

The three lines of Vibhuti Tikak signify three barriers to truth – anava [ego], karma [deeds] and maya [illusion].
Vaishnavites wear it vertically. They follow Shri Vishnu. Iyengars in Tamil Nadu follow the tradition

The two outer lines are the Lord’s feet [imagine someone standing with their feet in V-shape position] and the inner line is that of Mahalakshmi who is keeping her feet closed due to modesty.

🧬 Health care: Home Remedies 🩺

( Note : These are tips followed in villages/ancient people, it’s your will to use it or not🙏🏻)

Home Remedies to Stop a Dry Cough 😲

  1. Have a table spoon Honey mixed with ginger.
  2. Gargle with normal warmed saltwater twice a day.
  3. Drink Kashayam made with black pepper, Ginger, Ajwain, warm water, Pudhina leaves
  4. Honey, Ginger, black pepper and turmeric are some natural remedies for cough
  5. Chewing अजवाइन & लोंग
    also gives relief.

CH. Naveen Kumar