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  1. The Assembly elections in West Bengal and Assam got off to a stormy start and the overall first-phase voting turnout settling at a high of 82 per cent and 76.89 per cent in the two states.
  2. Increased electricity tariffs for domestic consumers across the state have been raised by a minimum of 30 paise per unit. The Odisha Electricity Regulatory Commission has also announced that the new hike will take effect from April 4.
  3. . At present, there are 62171  Anganwadi Centers in Odisha. The minister also said that the state government had proposed to centre to set up  open new 7844  Centers .
  4. Jayanti Behera, an Oriya girl who won a hat-trick of gold at the 18th National Dibyang Athletics Championships in Bengaluru.
  5. The best smart special purpose media (SPDV) organization in the country. "My Bus" has once again been successful in the city bus service. The award was presented by CRUT, a bus service provider, as the country's leading service provider.
  6. According to District Forest Officer (DFO) Ashok Mishra, one litre of snake venom has been seized from the accused. Three persons, including a woman from Balasore, had made a deal for  10 lakhs. It is worth over  1 crore on the international market.
  7. The Delhi government has issued a standard operating procedure (SoP) for the protection of inter-faith and inter-caste couples from harassment and threats and directed setting up of "special cells", headed by deputy commissioners of police, to look into such matters.
  8. India gave 1.2 million free doses of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine to Bangladesh on Saturday.
  9. Registration for the upcoming annual pilgrimage to the Himalayan cave shrine of Amarnath in south Kashmir is going to start from April 1.
  10. A Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA in Punjab was allegedly beaten up and his shirt torn off by a group of farmers at Malout in Muktsar district today, the police said.
  11. The Congress has fielded former minister Master Bhanwarlal Meghwal's son from the Sujangarh assembly seat which fell vacant after his death last year going to bypolls next month in Rajasthan.
  12. Rajasthan will roll out its ambitious universal health insurance coverage scheme on May 1, the registration process for which will start from April 1.
  13. India and Bangladesh today signed five MoUs during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Dhaka that saw a mix of diplomatic and political activity. 
  14. The crowds gathered at Singhu have been thinning over the past several days. Subsequently, Sanyukt Kisan Morcha leaders have decided to call off mahapanchayats in other states and re-focus on the Delhi borders
  15. Lt Gen Walter Anthony Gustavo Pinto, who had played a key role in the Indian victory in the Battle of Basantar, one of the most crucial operations in the Punjab-Jammu sector during the 1971 War, passed away at the age of 97
  16. The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed a PIL which said that poor children studying in classes 10 and 12 at government schools would not be able to afford the board exam fees and sought a direction to the AAP government to pay as it had done in the past.
  17. Despite a government order to use books prescribed by the National Council of Education, Research and Training (NCERT), several private schools in the State are allegedly prescribing study materials of private publications for the upcoming 2021-22 academic session. 
  18. The Indian media and entertainment (M&E) sector is expected to grow by 25 per cent in 2021 and is expected to reach Rs 1.73 lakh crore ($23.7 billion), according to a FICCI-EY report.
  19. The Supreme Court Friday refused to entertain the appeal of Sushant Singh Rajput's sister challenging the Bombay High Court order which refused to quash an FIR lodged against her on the complaint of actress Rhea Chakraborty, the late actor's girlfriend.
  20. The Gujarat government in all likelihood will table a Bill to amend the ‘Dharma Swatantrya’ (Freedom of Religion) Act, 2003 in the ongoing Budget session of the Assembly to combat forceful religious conversions, better known as ‘Love Jihad’.

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