Latest Current Affairs 15th May 2019

EC seeks response from 3 media for displaying poll results survey: The Election Commission of India (ECI) Tuesday sought explanation from three media houses for allegedly publishing a survey “predicting results” of Lok Sabha elections.

Normalcy slowly returning to Odisha: Centre, state government working on a war footing, relief, restoration work on in full swing.

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Hectic campaigning underway for final phase: Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address two rallies in West Bengal today, Rahul Gandhi to Campaign in Punjab, while Mamata Banerjee will hold rally in Kolkata.

Night curfew will continue in affected areas in Srilanka: In Sri Lanka, night curfew will continue in affected areas even as there has been no reports of any violence since yesterday. There was night curfew countrywide for last two days following violence targeting Muslims, which has been lifted now.

Sudan looks forward to a regime change, army and protesters shake hands: Sudanese army rulers and protest leaders Wednesday agreed on a three-year transition period for transferring power to a full civilian administration even as negotiations over a new sovereign ruling body remain unfinished.

UN mission urges cutting off financial ties with Myanmar army: UN Human Rights Council calls for financial isolation of the army as part of effort to hold it accountable for abuses.

Mike Pompeo: US does not seek war with Iran: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said the United States does not seek a war with Iran, amid rapidly growing tensions between the two countries.

Sri Lanka: 74 arrested in connection with attacks on Muslim properties: Sri Lankan police has arrested 74 people in connection with attacks on Muslim homes and shops on Monday as situation in affected areas is returning to normal.

3rd ODI: England thrash Pakistan by six wickets: Jonny Bairstow hits century as hosts thrash tourists

Sachin, VVS appear before BCCI Ombudsman: Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman meet BCCI Ombudsman DK Jain in Conflict of Interest case.

India’s GS Lakshmi becomes first female ICC match referee: Former India women cricketer GS Lakshmi became the first female to be appointed to the ICC International Panel of Match Referees.

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