Latest Current Affairs 15th March 2020

Madhya Pradesh: Floor Test on Monday: Amid a political storm in Madhya Pradesh, Governor orders floor test for Kamal Nath government on Monday, floor test will determine the future of the 14-month-old Madhya Pradesh Government.

PM Modi meets 24 member delegation from J&K’s Apni Party: Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets a newly formed 24 member delegation from Jammu & Kashmir’s Apni Party led by Altaf Bukhari at Lok Kalyan Marg in New Delhi on Saturday, asserts that Janbhagidari is essential for transforming Jammu & Kashmir.

COVID-19: PM Modi to address SAARC leaders today: After his proposal to SAARC nations to chalk out a strong strategy to fight Coronavirus, PM Modi to lead India at the video conference of all SAARC member countries, says he is confident that coming together of SAARC nations will lead to effective outcomes and benefit to citizens.

Bangladesh: Two new cases of Corona detected: 2 new Corona cases detected in Bangladesh, the country suspends on-arrival visas, allows no flight from Europe and India

Germany closes cinemas & schools: Coronavirus: Germany closes down cinemas, concert halls, schools, church & religious services till easter vacation in wake of COVID-19.

Spain imposes near total lockdown to fight Coronavirus: Spain has followed Italy and imposed a near total nationwide lockdown to fight the spread of coronavirus by banning people from leaving home except to go to work, get medical care or buy food.

Four more African nations confirm coronavirus: Mauritania, Rwanda, Seychelles & Central African Republic confirm first cases, total 23 African countries report positive tests for coronavirus.

COVID-19 hits major sports: Corona has impacted sporting events around the world leading to cancellation of many major ones.

Corona impacts cricket events worldwide: Corona virus wipes out most major cricket events. As a precautionary measure, BCCI suspends all domestic tournaments until further notice.

Spielberg-produced Amazon mini-series in Mexico put on hold over coronavirus – letter: The filming in Mexico of a big budget Steven Spielberg-produced Amazon mini-series, starring Spanish actor Javier Bardem, has been suspended due to concerns about the coronavirus, according to a letter sent to cast and crew on Friday.

Plastic particles may be prevalent in drinking water sources: Study: Ultra small particles of the most commonly used plastics tend to move through the water supply, especially in fresh water, settle out in wastewater treatment plants, or end up as sludge in landfills, according to a study that may lead to new guidelines for water purification.

COVID-19: Confirmed cases rises to 93 in India: Number of positive cases in India reaches 93 out of which 76 are Indians and 17 foreign nationals, 9 of them have recovered so far.

Union Cabinet Secretary reviews preparedness to contain Coronavirus: Cabinet Secretary on Saturday reviewed preparedness and actions taken with Chief Secretaries of various States through a video conference. He emphasized on strengthening preventive and control measures with adequate number of isolation wards, need to enhance quarantine facilities and ensure that arrivals from the identified countries are quarantined as per the laid guidelines, and also reviewed the steps taken for mass awareness regarding COVID- 19.

Big Dutch galleries close until end of March due to Coronavirus: The Dutch national gallery, the Rijksmuseum, and the nearby Van Gogh museum, two of the Netherlands’ premier tourist attractions in Amsterdam, will be closed to the public at least until March 31 due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Vanshika Verma Khare bags ‘Bestseller’ title for her music books on Amazon: Women literally go to places in life! Some with the talents they are born with and some other with what they think they can make of themselves with the skills they develop in life. Vanshika Verma Khare is one such example who has made a remarkable feat in the field of books and literature.A daughter of a railway official, Vanshika Verma was taken to one place to another during her childhood which made her life tough but fun filled as well.

After 400 years, London show reunites six masterpieces by Titian: A series of six paintings by the Venetian master Titian, commissioned by King Philip II of Spain and inspired by the works of the Roman poet Ovid, have been reunited for the first time in four centuries in an exhibition at London’s National Gallery.

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