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  1. Finland remained the world’s happiest country for a seventh straight year in an annual UN-sponsored World Happiness Report published Wednesday. India ranked 126, the same as last year, in the happiness index.

  2. Asia’s largest prison Tihar is under the process of installing 15 jammers at six new locations to prevent the inmates from using mobile phones from inside the jail, officials Tuesday said.

  3. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday held separate conversations with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and asserted that dialogue and diplomacy were the way forward for the resolution of the Russia-Ukraine conflict.

  4. Cracking the whip, the Election Commission Wednesday asked state governments to take down all unauthorised political advertisements from government, public and private properties and send a compliance report in the next 24 hours.

  5. Inequality in India has skyrocketed since the early 2000s, with the income and wealth share of the top 1 per cent population rising to 22.6 per cent and 40.1 per cent, respectively, in 2022-23, according to a working paper.

  6. The Indian direct selling industry reports a 12 per cent growth in financial year 2023 and sales of `21,282 crore

  7. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Wednesday advised banks to keep its branches dealing with government business to remain open March 31.

  8. The Supreme Court agreed to list for hearing Thursday a PIL against the practice of political parties promising freebies during elections, a significant development that comes ahead of general elections beginning April 19.

  9. A day after Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s close confidant Kartik Pandian indicated the possibility of BJD and BJP coming together for ‘a greater cause’ ahead of the polls, Union Home Minister Amit Shah Wednesday said ‘anything can happen, but let it first be decided if there is an alliance’.

  10. Keeping an accused in custody without trial is akin to detention which hampers liberty, the Supreme Court said Wednesday while deprecating the Enforcement Directorate’s (ED) practice of filing supplementary chargesheets in money laundering cases to defeat the accused’s right of getting default bail.

  11. PETA Wednesday said that it has “rescued” 150 animals from families reliant on them for their livelihood and gave them e-rickshaws so that they have a “better source of income”.

  12. The power discoms in the national capital are gearing up to make the ‘Earth Hour’ a success by encouraging their consumers to switch off non-essential lights and electric appliances for one hour March 23 night.

  13. Khariar MLA Adhiraj Panigrahi joined the BJD Wednesday, a day after quitting the Congress.

  14. The Delhi High Court Wednesday sought the stand of the Enforcement Directorate on a petition by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal challenging the summons issued to him in an excise policy-linked money laundering case. A bench headed by Justice Suresh Kumar Kait granted two weeks’ time to the ED to file its reply on this aspect.

  15. India will bring in and prosecute 35 Somali pirates its navy captured on a hijacked ship off Somalia, a navy official said, in a departure from its recent practice of rescuing vessels and crew but leaving the disarmed pirates at sea.

  16. The IMF has reached a staff-level agreement with cash-strapped Pakistan on the final review of a $3 billion bailout, paving the way for the release of the last $1.1 billion tranche from the lender.

  17. The Muslim side has objected to a plea seeking worship at "Krishna Koop" on the premises of Mathura's Shahi Idgah and asked the Allahabad High Court that no order on the application be passed as the maintainability suit is pending before it.

  18. Border Security Force personnel on Wednesday uncovered a large cache of arms and ammunition in Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district.

  19. A special court in Mumbai on Wednesday stayed the execution of a bailable warrant issued against BJP Lok Sabha MP Pragya Singh Thakur, an accused in the 2008 Malegaon blast case of Maharashtra.

  20.  Cricket remains integral but “not everything” for MS Dhoni, says his former India teammate Zaheer Khan of the man with a penchant for catching the world offguard and an eagerness to explore various avenues.

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