Today’s top news:

  1. Annual ASQ Awards 2020 recognises Delhi Airport in over 40 MPPA category in the Asia-Pacific region.
    Delhi Airport retains the best airport position under the highest category for three consecutive years- 2018, 2019 and 2020 in Asia-Pacific region
  2. The state government in Madhya Pradesh has introduced the “Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Bill, 2021” in the assembly. This bill has replaced the ordinance that the government had brought to check the religious conversions through any fraudulent means.

3.Experts say that the relatively low hospitalisation and fatality rates in India suggest the coronavirus pandemic is approaching its next phase – largely manageable local outbreaks.

  1. The Parliament of India have merged two of the TV channels namely, Lok Sabha TV and Rajya Sabha TV into an integrated channel “Sansad TV”.
  2. A Trinamool MLA who quit in December, then returned almost immediately, has finally exited Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s party just weeks before the Bengal election. Jitendra Tiwari, the vacillating lawmaker, joined the BJP yesterday. The MLA from Pandaveswar was a key Trinamool face in Asansol.
  3. Trinamool MP Nusrat Jahan on Tuesday afternoon attacked Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath over the increasing number of violent crimes against women in his state.
  4. Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who is in Assam for the upcoming assembly elections, launched the party’s five-guarantee campaign on Tuesday.
  5. South 24 Parganas, West Bengal: Ahead of West Bengal assembly elections, gun bombs and bomb-making equipments were recovered from the residence of fugitive Indian Secular Front (ISF) worker Ziarul Mollah followed by the arrest of his father Jalil Mollah, said the police.
  6. Actor-politician Kamal Haasan, who took the first vaccine dose against the coronavirus yesterday, launched a sharp attack at the AIADMK. “Immunisation of the body immediately (and) vaccination against corruption next month. Get ready,” the leader said, referring to the April 6 Tamil Nadu assembly polls.

10.. Delhi Records Minimum Temperature Above Normal At 15.3 Degrees

  1. Ajay Devgn’s car was stopped in Mumbai today for around 15 minutes by a man who was apparently upset with the actor last month backing the Centre after it had responded to American pop star Rihanna’s tweet on the farmers’ protest. “He is against Punjab,” the man says in a viral video clip, pointing at the actor.
  2. The nationwide COVID-19 Vaccination phase to cover senior citizens and people above 45 years with co-morbidities begins from Monday.
  3. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party recorded a massive victory in the local body polls in Gujarat on Tuesday by winning clear majority in all 31 district panchayats as well as in 196 out of 231 taluka panchayats and 74 out of 81 municipalities.
  4. The Centre on Tuesday permitted all private hospitals to give the coronavirus vaccine if they adhere to the laid down norms and also asked the states and union territories to utilise the optimum capacity of private medical facilities empanelled under three categories.
  5. Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Gets COVID-19 Vaccine Shot In Patna
  6. Coronavirus Cases:
    Deaths: 157,385
    Recovered: 10,810,161


  1. India tells Pakistan to stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism
    A country in dire economic situation, should stop state-sponsored cross-border terrorism and end institutionalised violation of human rights of its minority and other communities.
  2. India’s aviation sector recorded the highest number of passengers on Sunday since the resumption of domestic flights on May 25, 2020.
    Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri on Monday said 3,13,668 took 2,353 flights on Sunday making it busiest in terms of the number of passengers since the resumption of flight in May last year.
  3. The Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare and Science & Technology, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, inaugurated the second edition of Global-Bio India-2021 on March 1, 2021 . This is a three-day event which will be organised from March 1 to March 3, 2021 under the Theme– ‘Transforming Lives’ along with the tagline ‘Biosciences to Bio-economy’.
  4. The first day of March, 2021 marked the beginning of Women’s History Month . This year the month is more significant because all the centennial celebrations that mark the women’s suffrage were curtailed or cancelled in the year 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, the month is being observed under the theme: “Valiant Women of the Vote: Refusing to Be Silenced”.
  5. The National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom) is all set to launch its ‘AI Game Changers’ program in India. The programme will be launched to promote the artificial intelligence (AI)-led innovation across the country. The programme is being run in collaboration with the innovation partner for the programme, Microsoft.


  1. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has recently released its Initial Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) Synthesis Report.
  2. This report measures the progress of national climate action plans in the backdrop of upcoming 26th session of Conference of its Parties (COP26) in November 2021 in Glasgow. This report has also urged the other countries to initiate more ambitious plans in order to reach the Paris Agreement goals
  3. Pakistan has signed a ten-years agreement with Qatar over the liquefied natural gas (LNG). The new agreement was signed at a significantly lower rate than the other deals that both the countries had signed.
  4. Armenian President Armen Sarkissian refused to fire the head of the country’s armed forces on Saturday, intensifying a standoff between Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and the army over what Pashinyan said was an attempted coup to remove him.
  5. The new US ambassador to the United Nations urged the international community on Monday to “ramp up pressure” on Myanmar’s military to restore democracy at a wide-ranging press conference where she also said she hopes to work with Russia and China on some key issues.
  6. Coronavirus Cases:


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Facts about India

India’s longest Dhola-Sadiya bridge, 9.15 KM situated in Assam

Thought of the day

If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere

Joke of the day

Teacher : Porus kaun tha?
Pappu : pata nahi sir.
Teacher : padaai ke taraf dyaan do, pataa chalegaa
Pappu : Aap battayiye. Rohan kaun hai?
Teacher : pata nahi.
Pappu : apni beti ki taraf dyaan dijiye, pata chalega.


Why did bats evolve to hang upside down? 🦇

Unlike birds, bats cannot launch their bodies into the air from the ground, because their wings don’t produce enough lift to take off like a helicopter. … Hanging upside-down is a great way for bats to hide from predators and danger, too.

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

निरीक्षण : Inspection

How it works ⁉

How does a ball point pen work?

The ball point pen has a little metal ball rotating freely in a socket at the end of a cartridge filled with ink. The first such pen was invented in 1888 , and a US patent was taken out, but the pen was not marketed. It would be 50 years before a workable ball point pen would be commercially available. The most reliable bp of its day was introduced by Parker in 1954. It used a textured tungsten-carbide ball, and tended to grip the paper better. With earlier designs, unless the paper was quite rough, the smooth ball would tend to slip and not deliver ink. One advantage a bp had over fountain pens was that you could bear down and make several carbon copies at one time. Parker came up with a workaround in 1939, though, with the model 51. This fountain pen featured a very stiff nib of a completely revolutionary design.

A sticky ink goes down a tube obstructed at the bottom end by a tiny little ball. There is a narrow clearance between the tube and the ball so that when the ball is rolled across a piece of paper it entrains a thin film of sticky ink from the other side and deposits it onto the paper. Because the ink is sticky, it feels like the ink is instantaneously dry. Another advantage is consistent deposition (function of the clearance between tube and ball) regardless of how much pressure is applied by the writing hand. Under normal circumstances also, it does not leak in your pocket.

💁🏻‍♂️ GK TODAY

Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav (1926-1984) won a bronze medal at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki in wrestling and was one of the first athletes from India to win a medal in the Olympics.


Actual name of Pariksha was Vishnurata, but how he got that name..?

Parikshit was born to Uttara and Abhimanyu. He was the grandson of Arjuna and he was saved by Lord Krishna in the womb of his mother, when Ashwaththama directed Brahmastra on him.

Since the baby had been protected by Vishnu in his form of Krishna, the brahmanas proposed that he should be named Vishnurata, that is, protected by Vishnu. But the baby had met Krishna inside Uttara’s womb and had become devoted to Krishna. Whenever the child met someone, he tested to see if the person he had just met was indeed the person whom he had met inside the womb. The word for a test is pariksha. Thus it was that Vishnurata came to be popularly known as Parikshit.


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

What is the reason for foul smell from mouth?

The most common cause of halitosis is bad oral hygiene. If particles of food are left in the mouth, their breakdown by bacteria produces sulfur compounds. Keeping the mouth hydrated can reduce mouth odor. The best treatment for bad breath is regular brushing, flossing, and hydration.

Bad breath can be a warning sign that other diseases or illnesses are present. Postnasal drip, respiratory and tonsil infections, sinus problems, diabetes, liver and kidney issues, as well as certain blood disorders can all cause bad breath.

Ways to stop bad breath

Brush teeth twice a day. Brush your teeth two to three minutes at least twice a day to remove plaque and food debris. …
Floss daily. …
Brush or scrape your tongue. …
Use a mouth rinse.

CH. Naveen Kumar