Latest Current Affairs 30th March 2019

Srilankan Army Chief expresses happiness over India-Sri Lanka joint army exercise: Srilankan Army Chief Mahesh Senanayake has expressed happiness over the ongoing joint army exercise Mitra Shakti between India and Srilanka saying both the friendly countries’ armies are training together displaying a spirit of bonhomie, underlining people to people contact, peace in the region and mutual goodwill.

Govt sets up Multi Disciplinary Terror Monitoring Group for J&K: The government on Friday set up a multi-disciplinary terror monitoring group to ensure synergized and concerted action against terror financing and terror-related activities in Jammu and Kashmir.

Pulwama grenade attack: One CRPF personnel injured: In Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama terrorists on Saturday lobbed a grenade near SBI branch.

PM Modi addresses rally in Aalo, Arunachal Pradesh: On day three of his Lok Sabha election campaign, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the North East. He addressed his first rally in Arunachal Pradesh’s Aalo.

Foundation stone laid for cold storage facility with 30 crore grant support from India: Foundation stone for a new 5000 metric ton Temperature Controlled Cold Storage facility to be constructed with Indian grant,  was laid in Dambulla, Srilanka on Saturday.

Caracas and other major Venezuelan cities hit by new blackout: A new blackout hit Caracas and other major Venezuelan cities, the third major electricity outage in the crisis-plagued country this month. The blackout began around 7:10 pm, leaving the capital as well as cities including Maracaibo, Valencia, Maracay and San Cristobal without electricity, according to users on social media networks.

GAIL, BHEL sign pact for development of solar power projects: State-owned gas utility GAIL India Ltd said it has signed an agreement with Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) for cooperation in the development of solar power projects.

RBI sets NBFC-MFIs’ average base rate at 9.21% for Apr-Jun: The Reserve Bank set the average base rate to be charged from borrowers by non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) and micro-finance institutions (MFIs) at 9.21 percent for the first quarter of the next fiscal.

No-ball gaffe puts focus on poor standard of umpiring: Umpire S Ravi’s blunder has triggered a debate over whether cricket needs an independent no-ball watchdog to assist already overburdened umpires.

India will face South Korea in the finals of Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India will face South Korea in the finals of Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, in their last league match India thrashed Poland 10-0. South Korea’s strong defense and counter attack can be the biggest challenge before India.

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