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Appointment & Resigns Affairs
Uttarakhand Chief Minister Resigned: Daily Current Affairs Of March 2021
Trivendra Singh Rawat, the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, resigned on March 9. Rawat has submitted his resignation to the Governor of Dehradun, Baby Rani Maurya. However, Rawat said that his party (BJP) had agreed that the state’s administration should be handed over to someone else. Rawat became the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand on March 18, 2017. Since its separation from Uttar Pradesh in November 2000, no Chief Minister has served for a full five years, with the exception of Congress leader ND Tiwari. Finally, Trivendra Singh Rawat served as Uttarakhand’s Chief Minister for four years.
Bills & Acts
Freedom of Religion Bill: March 2021 Daily Current Affairs
Fraudulent conversions in the name of marriage have been prohibited in Madhya Pradesh. It is now a criminal offense punishable by up to ten years in jail under the “Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Bill 2021.” On March 8, the Madhya Pradesh State Assembly passed the resolution. Proselytizing in the name of marriage by bribery, violence, or any other means is illegal. It is known as a criminal offense. The bill passed by the Madhya Pradesh Assembly is identical to the Uttar Pradesh government’s recent approval of the ‘Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Amendment, 2020’.
National Current Affairs
First State to Hold a Parade With Women Police: Daily Current Affairs News
On March 8, the Himachal Pradesh Police Department held a parade with female officers in celebration of International Women’s Day. Women police officers performed stunts on motorcycles as part of the parade. The parade is being led by women police for the first time in the region, according to Himachal Pradesh Governor Bandaru Dattatreya. The Governor then revealed the ‘Veerangana Souvenir.’
India Skill Report – 2021: Daily Gk Current Affairs
Rajasthan will be the first state in the world to have the largest number of women with work skills, according to the India Skill Report – 2021. Telangana will be second only to Rajasthan in terms of numbers. A nationwide survey was conducted by Wheebox on behalf of the Confederation of Indian Industry ( CII ). According to the survey, Hyderabad is home to the majority of high-skilled women. Bangalore is expected to come in second. Coimbatore, Erode, and Lucknow follow Bangalore. Just 45.91 percent of men will have work skills in 2021. Men employed in different fields will account for 77 percent of the workforce in 2020, down from 64 percent now.
Maitri Setu Bridge: Daily Current Affairs For Competitive Exams
The “Maitri Setu” bridge, which connects India and Bangladesh across the Feni River, was opened. The bridge was inaugurated by India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. It will improve friendship and trade by growing connectivity between the two countries. In addition, India is attempting to build a river connection between Bangladesh’s port of Chittagong and India’s northeastern states. The Feni River was crossed by the Maitri Setu Bridge, which links the Sabrum in Tripura and the Ranghars in Bangladesh. The bridge was constructed at a cost of Rs 133 crore by the National Highways and Infrastructure Development Corporation of India. The bridge is 1.9 kilometers long.
Sports Current Affairs
New Delhi Marathon Champion: Gk Current Affairs 2021
Srinu Bugatha, a Vijayanagaram-based runner, won the New Delhi Marathon. In the race, the 27-year-old, who is representing the Army Institute of Sports (ASI-Pune), won gold with a distance of 42.195 km in 2 hours 14 minutes 59 seconds. Sudha also dominated the women’s event with a time of 2:43:41. Nitendra Singh Rawat of Uttarakhand and Rashpal Singh of the Army Sports Institute won silver and bronze, respectively. Amar Singh Devanda won the Half Marathon for men. Jyoti Chauhan took first place in the women’s half marathon.