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1-The Africa Elephant Summit was held in Kasane town of Botswana. Delegates from Europe, Africa and Asia attend the summit. The overall objective of the summit is to secure commitments at the highest political level to effectively protect the elephants and significantly reduce the trends of killings of elephants.
2-The Grand Renaissance Dam is a gravity dam on the Blue Nile River in Ethiopia currently under construction. At 6,000 MW, the dam will be the largest hydroelectric power plant in Africa.
3-Union government has given approval to set up Seafood Park in Odisha. It will be set up by state-run Odisha Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation at Deras in Khurda district on 100 acres of land.
4-Kangana Ranaut has won the best actress award for the movie Queen at the 62nd National Film Awards. This is her second national award. In the past, Kangana has won a national award for her film Fashion.
5-Simona Halep is a Romanian professional tennis player. Halep is currently ranked world Number 3. She won the Indian Wells Open Tennis Women’s Singles Title defeating Serbia’s Jelena Jankovic by 2-6, 7-5, 6-4 score. It was Halep’s third WTA titles in 2015 apart from Shenzhen Open and Dubai Open.
6-CA-125 (cancer antigen 125) also known as mucin 16 or MUC16 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the MUC16 gene. CA-125 is the most frequently used biomarker for ovarian cancer detection
7-The Energy Productivity and Economic Prosperity Index report ranks countries based on their economic output per unit of energy consumed. Commissioned by Philips, the energy productivity index was authored by The Lisbon Council, Ecofys and Quintel Intelligence. Hong Kong special administrative region of China has been ranked top in the Index followed by Colombia, Singapore and Switzerland at second, third and fourth place respectively.
8-Madhav Gadgil, well known ecologist has been chosen for the prestigious 2015 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement. He will share the $200,000 cash prize with noted American marine ecologist Dr. Jane Lubchenco for their work in changing policy and specifically for their “leadership and engagement in the development of conservation and sustainability policies in the United States, India and internationally”.
9-A military operation titled ‘Khyber One’ and ‘Khyber Two’ was launched by Pakistan army and aimed at targeting militants in Khyber Agency. Khyber Agency is among Pakistan’s seven semi-autonomous tribal districts near the Afghan border, rife with homegrown insurgents and foreign militants.
10-Malayalam movie Ottal has won the award for the best film on environmental conservation/preservation at 62nd National Film Awards.
11-Snickometer is the name of a computer and camera system used in Cricket matches. This technology is used in televised cricket matches to graphically show the video of the ball passing the bat at the same time the audio of any sounds at the time.
12-Gopaldas Neeraji, a well noted Hindi poet, was awarded the first National Kavi Pradeep Samman. The National Kavi Pradeep Samman has been instituted by the Madhya Pradesh government in the memory renowned poet Kavi Pradeep. He is best known for his patriotic song ‘Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo’ written as a tribute to the soldiers who had died defending the country during the Sino-Indian War.
13-Rajasthan state legislative assembly passed the Panchayati Raj Amendment Bill 2015 fixing minimum educational qualifications for contesting Panchayat polls in the state. With this Rajasthan becomes the only state to have mandatory minimum educational qualifications to contest for Panchayat polls.
14-China was selected to head the Partnership in Population and Development (PPD), an inter-governmental body promoting South-to-South collaboration in the fields of reproductive health, population and development. India chaired the PPD last year.
15-Seven Prime Ministers of India have awarded the Bharat Ratna. Atal Bihari Vajapayee is the seventh Prime Minister to receive the award, after Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Morarji Desai, Lal Bahadur Shastri and Gulzarilal Nanda.
16-Prime Minister has launched the Give it Up campaign for voluntarily giving up LPG subsidy.
17-Egypt is the venue for the Arab League Summit 2015, held on 28-29 March. The Arab League summit is held annually to discuss the current developments in, and relations between, the member states. This year, national security is the key issue to be addressed, especially the situation in Syria, Libya, Yemen, Palestine and Israel. The Arab League currently consists of 22 countries.
18-American mathematicians John F. Nash, Jr and Louis Nirenberg are chosen for the Abel Prize for 2015. They have chosen for their “for striking and seminal contributions to the theory of nonlinear partial differential equations and its applications to geometric analysis.”
19-India is developing new naval base under the code name Project Varsha. This base will be home for its new fleet of nuclear submarines. The base is now being developed at Rambilli, which is 50 km from Visakhapatnam.