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Latest Current Affairs 11th February 2019

India organises training for Government of Nepal Officials: The Ministry of External Affairs has organised a training course for the officials of Government of Nepal under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) programme.

Govt. Committed to SC/ST/OBC Quota in Central Univ.: HRD Minister: Human Resources Development Minister Prakash Javadekar says, the Government is committed to providing reservation to SC, ST and OBCs in Central Universities; Informs Lok Sabha that the option of bringing an ordinance is open to the government.

Akshaya Patra Mid-day Meal: PM Modi serves 3rd billion-th meal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi serves third billion-th meal during Akshaya Patra Mid-day Meal Programme in Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh; Says, programmes like ‘Mishan Indradhanush’ are gaining global recognition; Says, government making all efforts to provide triple safeguard to children in form of meal, vaccination and cleanliness.

EC asks Delhi Police to investigate ‘misleading’ calls over electoral rolls: The Election Commission(EC) has asked Delhi Police to take necessary action against those making misleading phone calls to people about the city’s electoral rolls.

Air Chief Marshal begins four day official visit to Bangladesh: Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa embarks on a four day official visit to Bangladesh.

Palladium Grenade Attack in Kashmir: In Jammu & Kashmir, at least eleven persons including 4 police men, three CRPF personnel and four pedestrians were injured after terrorists attacked security party with hand grenade near Palladium Cinema Lane in Lal Chowk area of Srinagar city.

Arun Jaitley slams Congress for spreading falsehood: Union minister Arun Jaitley, has slammed opposition and Congress president Rahul Gandhi for allegedly launching several fake campaigns against the govt. on several issues, including Judiciary, Election Commission, RBI and CBI. Jaitley wrote in blog that “

PM to serve 3 billionth meal to children in Vrindavan: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will visit Vrindavan. Elaborate preparations are underway in Vrindavan for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s programme today during which he will serve food to underprivileged schoolchildren.

PM hails Ujjwala scheme; says ‘Blue Flame Revolution’ underway: Prime Minister Narendra Modi hails Ujjwala scheme saying that a ‘Blue Flame Revolution’ is under-way; Addressing [email protected] in Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh; PM Modi pitches for moving towards responsible pricing, which balances the interests of both the producer and consumer.

Around two crore devotees take holy dip at Kumbh Mela: The festival of Basant Panchmi is being celebrated in Prayagraj.

Five terrorists killed in encounter in J&K’s Kulgam: Five terrorists were killed in an encounter with security forces at Kellam Devsar area in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district.

PM Modi to serve 3 billionth meal to children in Vrindavan today: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will visit Vrindavan today. There he will unveil the plaque to mark the serving of 3rd billionth meal by Akshaya Patra Foundation at Vrindavan Chandrodaya Mandir. The Prime Minister will also symbolically serve the 3rd billionth meal to underprivileged children from schools. He will later address a gathering on this occasion.

PM Modi visits Tamil Nadu; unveils several development projects: Prime Minister visited Tiruppur in Tamil Nadu, where he unveiled several development projects at Perumanallur village. Prime Minister laid the foundation Stone of ESIC Hospital, Tiruppur. This State-of-the-art, 100- bedded Hospital will cater to the medical needs of over one-lakh workers and their family members in Tiruppur and nearby areas covered under ESI Act.

PM unveils/lays foundation stone of several development projects in Karnataka: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday visited Hubballi, Karnataka where he unveiled several projects.

Death toll in Uttarakhand-UP hooch tragedy crosses 70 mark: The death toll in the hooch tragedy that hit two adjoining districts in Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh crossed 70 mark as more people dying of the spurious liquor they drank at a Haridwar village.

IMF chief warns Britain on Brexit challenge: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Chief Christine Lagarde has warned that the British exit from the European Union (EU) means it will never be as good as it is now for the country’s economy.

3rd T20: New Zealand claim series 2-1; beat India by 4 runs: New Zealand defeated India by four runs in the third T20 International in Hamilton to clinch the three-match T20I series 2-1 on Sunday. New Zealand exploited batting friendly conditions at a small ground and posted an imposing 212 for four in the series-decider. India could only muster 208 as they kept losing wickets at regular intervals. A 63-run partnership between Dinesh Karthik and Krunal Pandya almost did the job for the visitors but it wasn’t enough in the end.

British Film ‘The Favorite’ sweeps BAFTA Awards: Alfonso Curaon’s Roma claims award for the best film, while British Film ‘The Favorite’ sweeps the awards ceremony with the best actress and supporting actress awards; Rami Malek bags best actor’s award for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’.

International Epilepsy Day observed: International Epilepsy Day observed on Monday; The day marks to create awareness about epilepsy among people; Epilepsy is a chronic disorder of brain which causes recurrent seizures or fits.

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