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Part 14: Most Expected Current Affairs of March 2019 (in Hindi)
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Current affairs March

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Divyanshu Varshney
# Sr. Faculty (Member)of English and GS (having 7+ year teaching experience) #Former Sr. Lecturer#Motivational Speaker#PDP trainer

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Rohit Thakur
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  1. President Ram Nath Kovind has launched the Pulse Polio Programme for 2019. Japan's Kento Momota has won the Men's singles title at the All England badminton championships by defeating Denmark's Viktor Axelsen. A 116-year-old Japanese woman Kane Tanaka has been honoured as the world's oldest living person by Guinness World Records. Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has been conferred an Honorary Doctorate by the "University of Peace" for his contribution "to the Rule of Law, democracy and sustainable development in India". Young Mumbai sailor Upamanyu Dutta bagged the bronze medal in the Laser Standard race for men in the Laser Asian Sailing Championship which concluded in Singapore. Veteran Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader and former Kerala minister, V J Thankappan died. He was 87.

  2. India-Japan Space Dialogue was held in New Delhi. Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) celebrated its 50th Raising Day on 10th March. National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) will celebrate its 34th Inception Day on March 11, 2019

  3. Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has been awarded with the 'Yashwantrao Chavan National Award 2018' for his contribution to economic development. As per the latest report by the World Gold Council (WGC), India has the 11th largest gold reserve. United Arab Emirates has announced a long-term visa that allows professionals, entrepreneurs and highly talented students to live in the kingdom for up to 10 years. American cyclist Kelly Catlin, a three-time world champion, has passed away recently. She was 23.