Current Affairs 5th March 2015
General Knowledge Today: Significant points:
• Central government is being gracious under pressure, the amendment in acres bill.
• The National Environment Court has commanded to defend Sundarbon.
• Rose Valley is also on suspicions list, CBI accounting the whole matter.
• The British documentary on Nirbhaya has been banded in India.
• Australia broke Indian high scoring record against Afghanistan.
Current affairs Today:
Central government is being gracious under pressure:
The Central government is going to amend in the land ordinance bill by being pressurised of oppositions. They have declared that, there will be exemptions for acquisitions or the capture of the lands. Earlier they had told that the acquisitions will be on the whole types of acres and there won’t be any need of consent of the owner farmer. But now it has decided that, the various cropping acres won’t be under this project and the land owner’s permission must be needed for the acquisitions. Basically, they are trying to shake off their Brassard about the adversary of poor and farmers by this modification.
The National Environment Court has commanded to defend Sundarbon:
The Sundarbon, which is branded as the UOHS (UNICCO World Heritage Site) is the natural preserving places of South Bengal. A few months earlier The National Environment Court has given direction to protect the natural environment of that forest and destroy all the illegal accommodations upon Matala River’s island. But till now the State government is not very zealous about this matter. The NEC is completely offended in this neglecting performance of the state. They have intended to deploy army in necessity to protect the Sundarbon from any illegal activities. Although, executives of the State Tourism Department have said that they are always eager about the protection of this precious forest.
Rose Valley is also on suspicion list, CBI accounting the whole matter:
After the Sarada it is the ‘Rose Valley’ money investment agency which is in the suspicious vigilance of government. Thus, on 4th march, the high court declared to accounting the whole transaction process of this agency. If they have any big conspiracy of defunct the deposit money or not. The high court commands the CBI to look-over the whole matter. Head of this agency, Sri Goutam Kundu and the GM Mr. Shivamoi Dutta are indicated by the court to cooperate with CBI in every possible way.
The British documentary on Nirbhaya has been banded in India:
The British documentary upon the vile and repulsive rape incident of Delhi has been banded on India. There was a huge displeasuring objection around the whole country last week of allowing the British media to take an interview of one of the Nirbhaya’s rapists. After getting so much of protestation Indian government has decided to not telecasting this documentary film in India. Though, this documentary has been released in British channels on the 4th March night!
Australia broke Indian high scoring record against Afghanistan:
On 4th March, in the world cup 2015 Australia has scored the highest run in the history of World-cup. In this match, Australian team made 417 runs with 6 wickets in 50 over against Afghanistan, which smashed the previous record of India’s 413 runs against Bermuda in 2007. Australian batsman David Warner (133) and Steven (95) Smith are the main coxswain in this victorious score.