Today’s top news:

  1. New Edition of Exam Warriors written by PM Modi was released with many new mantras for students as well as for parents. It is available at retail stores as well as online.
  2. Union Minister for Science & Technology, Earth Sciences and Health & Family Welfare, Dr Harsh Vardhan virtually inaugurated Alignment and Awareness Event for Publicity of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research – Promoting Innovations in Individuals, Startups and MSMEs (DSIR-PRISM) scheme at IIT Delhi.
  3. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar flagged off DEMU train from Phaltan to Pune via Lonand on 30.3.2021 through video conferencing.
  4. The Centre has released Rs 30,000 crore to the states as GST compensation on March 27, and about Rs 63,000 crore is pending for the current fiscal.
  5. President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday underwent a cardiac bypass surgery at the AIIMS.
  6. The Manipur government has sought Centre’s help to douse a forest fire broken out on Shirui Peak of Siroy Hills in Ukhrul district . The Indian air force is deploying two Mi-17V5 helicopters with bambi buckets to help control and douse the fire at the request of the state govt.
  7. West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee accused BJP members of beating a TMC worker . After visiting the house of the aforesaid party worker, she told the media that he is in a coma at present with bleak chances of survival. On this occasion, the TMC supremo announced that she will request the Election Commission to provide security to his family as they are facing a lot of difficulties
  8. After seizing 6 ‘stolen’ cars, NIA recovers Sachin Vaze’s personal car from Navi Mumbai :The NIA probing the death of Mansukh Hiren and Antilia bomb scare, in which Vaze is a prime accused, has recovered a white Mitsubishi Outlander from Navi Mumbai.
  9. A new date has been announced for the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET). REET exam will be held on June 20.
  10. Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) is starting a new facility for its candidates under which the candidates will have to register only once. With this process applying for various competitive exams becomes easier for the candidate. They will give them respite from uploading their basic information, educational qualifications repeatedly on the website.
  11. Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday ordered extension of curbs till April 10, while directing the Health Department to increase the number of vaccination sites to target the priority categories on urgent basis.
  12. The Maharashtra government on Tuesday (March 30) announced a high-level panel consisting of only one judge to probe the allegations levelled by former Mumbai Commissioner of Police Param Bir Singh against state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh.
  13. In an unfortunate incident, Punjabi singer Diljaan passed away after he met with a fatal road accident on Tuesday (March 30) morning.
  14. 22 new Air routes inaugurated under UDAN in 3 days : 22 new routes have been operationalised in the last 3 days under the UDAN scheme out of which 6 new routes have been operationalised in North-East India.
  15. Manohar Parrikar biography stokes fresh row over General Rawat’s elevation as Army chief.
    A new biography on former Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has stoked a fresh controversy with his claim that he had recommended that Gen. Bipin Rawat supersede two senior officers to become the Army Chief, “convinced that he was a better choice”.
  16. First direct flight from Shillong (Meghalaya) to Agartala (Tripura) under the UDAN scheme was flagged off today after the successful commencement of the flight operations on Shillong (Meghalaya)- Silchar (Assam) route yesterday. Till date, 57 unserved and underserved airports (including 5 heliports + 2 water aerodrome) with 347 routes have been operationalised under UDAN across the length and breadth of India.


  1. Responding to PM Modi’s greeting letter on the occasion of Pakistan Day, PM Imran Khan thanked his Indian counterpart in a letter on Tuesday. Maintaining that Islamabad desires ‘peaceful & cooperative’ relations with India, PM Imran Khan asserted that resolving outstanding issues between India and Pakistan is a pre-requisite to stability and peace in South Asia.
  2. Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas & Steel Dharmendra Pradhan on March 29, 2021 held an introductory meeting virtually with US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm. Both leaders agreed to revamp the India-US SEP (Strategic Energy Cooperation) with focus on promoting clean energy with low-carbon pathways and accelerating green energy cooperation.
  3. External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar reached Dushanbe on a three day visit to Tajikistan . He will attend the 9th Ministerial Conference of Heart of Asia – Istanbul Process on Afghanistan on March 30, 2021.
  4. Jaishankar visited the Dushanbe-Chortut Highway Project site and reviewed the work beingr done by Border Roads Organisation (BRO) under Indian grant assistance. The 8-lane highway will decongest Dushanbe. Jaishankar made a stopover in Tehran where met his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif and discussed bilateral cooperation, including on the strategic Chabahar Port.
  5. Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani during his speech at the Heart of Asia meet in Dushanbe thanked India for supporting the Afghan Peace process.
  6. An US Senator has urged Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to halt the transfer of F-35 technology to Turkey, which has purchased S-400 missile defense system from Russia, saying not doing so would send a wrong signal to countries like India that is also going ahead with similar purchase.


  1. The New Development Bank (NDB) has approved a loan of up to $1 billion to support healthcare workers treating patients for COVID-19 in Russia.
  2. Former Pakistani diplomat and scholar Hussain Haqqani has said that the people of Pakistan should urge their government to offer a formal apology for all the atrocities committed in 1971. Speaking in an online function organised by the Embassy of Bangladesh in Brussels.
  3. The National People’s Congress of China on Tuesday unanimously approved the changes to be introduced to the Hong Kong Constitution to reform the electoral system there by reducing the number of directly elected legislators in Hong Kong . It also delayed the city’s elections until December.
  4. The COVID 19 infection continued to remain above 5000 for the second consecutive day on Tuesday in Bangladesh with the total infection reaching 6.05 lakh.
  5. The Czech Republic’s richest man, billionaire Petr Kellner, was killed in a helicopter crash in Alaska, on March 29, 2021. He was 56.
  6. Nepal has ordered schools to close for four days after air pollution climbed to hazardous levels, forcing millions of students to stay home across the country.
  7. Canada to halt AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine use for those under 55


  1. IPL 2021 New Rules:
    Match duration
    The BCCI has stipulated the 20-over innings duration to 90 minutes (total duration of 180 minutes), provided there is no interruption like rain delays. It is divided as 85 minutes of match time and five minutes for timeouts. In the case of any delays, four minutes and 15 seconds will be reduced for each over lost from the total time. The minimum over-rate should be achieved in an hour has also been stipulated as 14.1 overs without considering the time taken for timeouts.
  2. Eight members of an Indian boxing squad, including three pugilists, were quarantined in Istanbul after testing positive for COVID-19 during a competition trip but seven of them have recovered and will be back in the country on Wednesday.
  3. Commonwealth Games gold-medallist Gaurav Solanki (57kg), Prayag Chouhan (75kg) and Brijesh Yadav (81kg) tested positive for the virus a week back, leading to them being quarantined following the event which ended on March 19.

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Facts about India

Every year, Rajasthan celebrates its Statehood Day on March 30. Popularly known as “Land of the Kings”, it is the largest Indian state in area. The State was formally inaugurated by Jawaharlal Nehru on March 25, 1948. Later states like Jaipur, Bikaner and Jodhpur merged to form Greater Rajasthan on March 30, 1949 with the efforts of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel.

Thought of the day

Change your thoughts and you can change the world

Joke of the day

Teacher: What is the diffirence between pyar & shaadi?

Pappu: very simple sir, pyar insaan ko andha bana deta hai aur shaadi insaan ki ankhen khol deti hai..!


Why the financial year starts from April and ends in March?

In the many regional calenders like the Hindu calendar etc, the New Year starts in the month of April and this may be a reason why the govt also thought of starting the financial year in the month of April itself.

India was ruled by the Britishers for more than 150 years. And in the UK, the financial year starts from 1st April and not 1st Jan. And therefore, the same concept may have been applied to India as well by the Britishers and after Independence; the Indian Govt didn’t change this

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

कलहं कृ : Dispute

How it works ⁉

How Is Marble Formed

Marble is a metamorphic rock, which means ‘rock that has changed’. Metamorphic rocks are formed from other materials already existing on the earth’s surface. Igneous rocks are formed directly from lava or the earth’s molten core. Marble is formed from limestone. In geological terms, marble is a crystallized form of limestone or dolomite.

The beautiful and unique patterns in natural marble are a major reason for its value. These are formed by deposits of minerals which existed in the limestone before it was affected by extreme heat and pressure. Presence of various minerals and salts, marble takes on many stunning natural colours, from purest white to shimmering greens. Different colours are caused by different substances. As an example, black veins or grey shading is usually caused by carbon impurities while green is linked to serpentine.


There are rich marble deposits in the states of Rajasthan, which accounts for the huge production of marble in India; the other marble-producing states include Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.


Tara was the wife of the monkey king Bali who was presumed dead after a battle with a demon after which she married his twin brother Sugriva according to the custom of the time. When Bali returned, he was livid and abducted Sugriva’s first wife, Ruma, as revenge.


( Note : These home tips followed in villages/ancient traditions, it is up to you to use it or not🙏🏻)

Neem bark and leaf extract is most effectively used in preventing cavities and gum disease. Mouthwash containing Neem is a remedy for tooth decay, oral infections, prevents bleeding and sore gums. Twigs of Neem tree are used as chewing sticks by people all over India.

CH. Naveen Kumar