Latest Current Affairs 27th February 2020

Amit Shah holds a review meeting to take stock of prevailing law and order situation in Delhi: Union Home Minister held a Review Meeting to take stock of prevailing law and order situation in Delhi in view of recent riots affecting District North-East.

Coronavirus: Indian nationals onboard Diamond Princess Cruise ship brought back: Indian nationals on board Diamond Princess cruise ship off Japan coast have been brought back in a special flight.

Coronavirus: India sends special flight to Wuhan: A special flight of Indian Air Force comprising of crew, medical team and support staff arrived today at Air Force Station, Palam, New Delhi from Wuhan, China.

PM Modi to hold talks with President of Myanmar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold talks with Myanmar’s President U Win Myint in New Delhi today.

Cabinet gives its nod to order on adopting central laws in concurrent list for J&K: Cabinet on Wednesday gave its nod to order on adopting central laws in Concurrent List for Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

18 FIRs filed, 106 people arrested: Delhi Police: Delhi Police spokesperson, M. S. Randhawa on Wednesday said that situation in the violence hit area in the National Capital is under control and sufficient forces have been deployed in the affected areas and no untoward incident took place.

NSA Ajit Doval takes stock of situation in violence affected areas: National Security Adviser Ajit Doval today visited violence affected areas and took stock of the situation in the North East Delhi.

PM Modi reviews situation in violence-hit N-E Delhi; appeals for peace: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday reviewed situation prevailing in various parts of Delhi.

Bangladesh HC rejects former PM Khaleda Zia’s bail plea: Bangladesh High Court today rejected the bail plea of former Prime Minister and opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia. The bail plea was filed by her counsel citing health grounds.

Bangladesh: 2 books banned for ‘hurting religious sentiments’: The High Court of Bangladesh banned two books for hurting religious sentiment and infringing individual freedom.

New norms: RBI issues clarification on CRR calculation: The Reserve Bank of India has issued further clarifications on the recently announced relaxation on cash reserve ratio or CRR calculations for incremental credit extended for automobiles, residential housing and micro, small and medium enterprises.

Finance Minister stresses on need for strong action by banking sector for recovery of bad loans: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday launched Ease 3.0 for smart, tech-enabled banking for aspiring India.

Women’s T20 World Cup: India to face New Zealand: On a high after two easy victories on the trot, including one against defending champion Australia, the Indian women’s cricket will aim to inch closer to a semifinal berth when it takes on New Zealand in the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup at Melbourne today.

Government welcome shooting and archery Commonwealth switch to India: A move to stage the 2022 Commonwealth Games archery and shooting competitions in India, six months before Birmingham hosts the rest of the Games, has been approved.

Five-time Grand Slam champion ‘says goodbye’ to tennis: Maria Sharapova announced her retirement from tennis on Wednesday.

Team India continues to be placed at the top of latest ICC Test rankings: In the ICC World Test Championship, India continues to be placed at the top of the latest Test rankings with 360 points.

Coronavirus outbreak prompted six countries to withdraw from shooting World Cup: The novel coronavirus outbreak has prompted six countries to withdraw from next month’s shooting World Cup slated to be held from 15th of next month at the Karni Singh Shooting Range in the national capital.

An entrepreneur with his entrepreneurial spirits taking India to greener heights: Working at a greener start up is a balance of exciting and challenging task and it’s not for everybody. In any case, for a few, it is the ideal fit for their aptitudes and aspirations. Himansh Verma, Chairman of Navrattan Group of Companies is one such Entrepreneur who has pledged to take India to greener heights with his dedication towards bringing the green innovations in our nation. For this he has been going through all over the world and meeting researchers and scientists to bring the best and eco-friendly technologies for our nation.

Daredevil ‘Mad Mike’ Hughes dies in crash of his homemade rocket in California: “Mad Mike” Hughes, a self-styled explorer and daredevil bent on proving that the earth is flat was killed over the weekend when his homemade rocket crashed in the California desert over the weekend.

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