Latest Current Affairs 23rd March 2020

Avenue for Bangladeshi Students for Higher Education in India- IND-SAT to be held in Mid May:The examination for the Indian Scholastic Assessment (IND-SAT) under the Study in India (SII) scheme of government of India for foreign students  will be held in Mid May.

#Covid19: Total confirmed cases rise to 415 in India:The total number of novel corona virus cases in India have risen to 415 so far.

SC prohibits entry into its premises; lawyers’ chambers to be shut:The Supreme Court of India has prohibited entry into its premises.

PM urges citizens to take lockdown seriously; violators to face legal action:Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday tweeted on the lockdown in several states, saying some people are still not taking it seriously.

Lockdown in Delhi comes into effect from today till March 31:The lockdown in Delhi has come into effect from March 23 till March 31.

Army to assist civil administration to deal with Corona virus threat in Bangladesh:Army to assist civil administration to deal with Corona virus threat in Bangladesh from Tuesday, govt offices closed from 26 March to 4 April

Sri Lanka pledges 5 Million US dollars to COVID-19 SAARC emergency fund:Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has pledged 5 Million US dollars to the COVID-19 emergency fund, set up by Prime minister Narendra Modi during his video conferencing with SAARC leaders to tackle COVID-19.

19-year-old tests Covid-19 positive in Nepal – second such case in the country:Nepal has reported a second case of coronavirus. In a press conference in Kathmandu, Nepal’s Minister for Health and Population Bhanubhakta Dhakal said that a 19-year student has been tested positive.

Sensex, Nifty continue to plunge:Equities plunged even lower on Monday afternoon after a 45-minute halt caused after the S&P BSE Sensex hit 10% lower circuit level.

“Inevitable” to postpone Tokyo Olympics: PM Abe:Postponing the Olympics over the coronavirus pandemic may become “inevitable”, Japan’s prime minister conceded Monday, after the International Olympic Committee said a delay was being considered as pressure grows from athletes and sports bodies.

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