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Latest Current Affairs 10th February 2020

Take action on misappropriation of fund: Bombay HC tells Maharashtra govt: Bombay High Court has expressed displeasure over Maharashtra government’s inability of not taking action against 123 officers who allegedly misappropriated funds allotted for the welfare of the State’s scheduled tribes.

Two dengue cases reported in Delhi so far this year: Two cases of dengue have been reported in Delhi so far this year even though the vector-borne disease is usually reported between July and November.

Mumbai serial blast accused arrested: Gujarat ATS has arrested Mumbai serial blasts accused Munaf Halari Moosa from Mumbai Airport. He was leaving for Dubai.

Two CRPF commandos martyred in Raipur Naxal encounter: Two commandos of the Central Reserve Police Force were martyred and a Naxal was killed in an encounter in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district.

Delhi Police registers FIR in Gargi College molestation case: Delhi Police on Monday registered a case in connection with the alleged molestation of students during a cultural festival at Gargi College last week.

India to host UN Conference on Migratory Species: Representatives of national governments, international organizations, scientists, conservation groups and other wildlife experts will come together for a 8 day COP 13 Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals starting from 15th of February in Gandhinagar.

Parliament discusses budget: Both Houses of Parliament took up discussion on the Union budget. The budget highlights the inherent strengths of the Indian economy and the steps Govt is taking to promote all round growth. Several members representing the treasury benches praised the provisions of the budget.

SC’s decision on reservation in appointment & promotion rocks Parliament: Both houses of Parliament witnessed pandemonium on Monday over the Supreme Court’s decision on the issue of reservation in appointments and promotions.

PM Modi to inaugurate COP13 through video conferencing: Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday said that Prime Minister NarendraModi will inaugurate COP13 through video conferencing.

SC upholds constitutional validity of SC/ST Amendment Act, 2018: The Supreme Court on Monday upheld the constitutional validity of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Act of 2018 enacted to nullify the effects of the March 20, 2018 judgment of the court which had diluted the provisions of the Act.

Sabarimala case: SC says it can refer questions of law to larger bench: The Supreme Court on Monday held that its five-judge bench can refer questions of law to a larger bench while exercising its limited power under review jurisdiction in the Sabarimala case.

Roads cannot be blocked indefinitely: SC on Shaheen Bagh protests: The Supreme Court opined in Shaheen Bagh case that roads cannot be blocked indefinitely by the protesters and there must be designated areas for protests. The Apex Court also said that common people cannot be put to inconvenience. The Top Court said this while hearing the pleas seeking removal of protesters from Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh to ensure smooth traffic flow on the Kalindi Kunj-Shaheen Bagh stretch. However Apex Court also refused to order lifting of protests.

1st look of biopic on former President APJ Abdul Kalam released: Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar released the first look of a biopic on former President APJ Abdul Kalam in New Delhi on Sunday.

National Deworming Day observed across the country: The National Deworming Day (NDD) is being observed across the country on Monday.

Storm Ciara wreaks havoc in Britain & Ireland: Britain and Ireland were lashed by howling winds and inundated with driving rain after Storm Ciara.

Coronavirus Outbreak: China virus deaths jump to 910: The death toll from the novel coronavirus jumped to 909 across China and one abroad.

School built with Govt of India assistance inaugurated in Nepal: Nepal’s former Prime Minister and Chairman of ruling Nepal Communist Party, Puspa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ inaugurated a school built with the Government of India assistance in Nuwkot district today. Nepal’s Minister for Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation, Barsaman Pun was also present on the occasion.

WHO sends experts to China to combat Coronavirus outbreak: World Health Organization(WHO) has sent a team of international experts to China to help combat the Novel Coronavirus outbreak as death toll rises to 909.

IndvsNZ 3rd ODI: India will look to salvage some pride in final ODI: India will look to salvage some pride in the third and final ODI against New Zealand at Bay Oval  on Tuesday. India began the tour with a 5-0 sweep in the T20 series, and New Zealand have hit back winning the first two ODIs.

Bong Joon Ho creates Oscar history with best picture win for ‘Parasite’:” Parasite”, director Bong Joon Ho’s twisted satire on class divide, leap-frogged through 92 years of Oscars history to become the first non-English and South Korean film ever to win the best picture award.

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