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  1. Russia’s Central Election Commission said Monday that President Vladimir Putin has won his fifth term with a record number of votes.

  2. Pakistan carries out airstrikes inside Afghanistan killing eight civilians, including children and women.

  3. In a third tongue-lashing to the State Bank of India (SBI), the Supreme Court told it to Monday stop being ‘selective’ and make ‘complete disclosure’ of all details related to the electoral bonds scheme (EBS) by March 21.

  4. Seeking to ensure a level-playing field in the Lok Sabha elections, the Election Commission (EC) ordered Monday the removal of the home secretaries of Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. It also directed the shunting out of West Bengal DGP Rajeev Kumar.

  5. The Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) Court here Monday awarded rigorous imprisonment (RI) of 18 months to a priest of Lingaraj Temple after holding him guilty of sexually harassing a 28-year-old Swedish woman outside the 11th century shrine in the City, February 19 this year.

  6. The Supreme Court Monday stayed the Orissa High Court’s order setting aside the election of Congress leader Mohammed Moquim as MLA from BarabatiCuttack Assembly constituency in Cuttack in 2019.

  7. The Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) deposited `39 crore Srimandir funds in two nationalised banks here, Monday.

  8. Ganja worth over `1.50 crore was seized in Boudh district, police said Monday.

  9. Sporadic nesting of endangered Olive Ridley turtles has started at the beaches within Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary.

  10. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has claimed that about three-five lakh people will apply for Indian citizenship under the CAA in the state, asserting that the applicants will comprise only those who were excluded from the updated National Register of Citizens (NRC). He also said that 7 lakh Muslims and 5 lakh HinduBengalis, among others, were left out of the NRC list.

  11. Three of four millet-growing farmers in Uttarakhand have seen a 10- 20 per cent increase in their annual income owing to the push to millet farming by the Centre and state government, according to a study by the Indian Institute of Management, Kashipur.

  12. Around 3.35 crore people, including 1.65 crore women, will exercise their franchise at 37,809 polling stations in the upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly polls in Odisha, an official said Monday.

  13. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Monday skipped the Enforcement Directorate summons in a money laundering case linked to alleged irregularities in the Delhi Jal Board, with the Aam Aadmi Party terming the notice “illegal”.

  14. The Enforcement Directorate Monday raided multiple locations in Delhi-NCR as part of a money laundering investigation linked to a case of manufacture and sale of spurious cancer medicines, official sources said. The federal agency searched 10 locations and recovered about `65 lakh in cash from two locations.

  15. Sri Lanka's government-backed traditional astrologers have failed to unanimously agree on dates for New Year rituals, with squabbling seers warning of "disaster" and accusing rivals of misinterpreting the position of stars.

  16. North Korea fired multiple short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters Monday morning, its neighbours said, days after the end of the South Korean-US military drills that the North views as an invasion rehearsal.

  17. According to a regulatory filing, Narayana Murthy has gifted shares worth more than `240 crore to his grandson. Ekagrah Murty received 15 lakh shares, or 0.04 per cent stake, in Infosys.

  18. The Supreme Court Monday dismissed a plea of Adani Power Rajasthan Ltd seeking over `1,300 crore as late payment surcharge from the Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited, a Rajasthan government owned power distribution firm.

  19. Lucknow Super Giants skipper KL Rahul is all set to play for his franchise from the opening IPL game after getting all clear from the National Cricket Academy but he has been advised against wicket-keeping in the first few games.

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