Daily Current Affairs: 27 March 2020 

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Daily Current Affairs: 27 March 2020 

1. Election comission of india approved the indelible shyahi for Quarantine tag to protect against COVID-19 .

2. ODISHA GOVERNMENT ( C. M  Naveen patnaik)  recently launched " MO JEEVAN " programme to protest against COVID-19 saying the people  to stay at home.

3. " CHANDRA SUTA DOGRA " wrote a book " Missing in action : the prisoners who never name back " . It is about of those sholdiers who never came back during india and pakistan war.

4. Finance minister of india ( Nirmala sitaraman)  announced a mega economic relief package of 1 lakh 70 thousand crore rupees money during lockdown.

5. Union cabinet of india approved the agreement with Germany for the technical support in railway sector of india.

6. India's high commissioner in bangladesh ( Riva ganguly das)  give 30,000 surgical mask and 15,000 head cover to Bangladesh foreign minister ( A k abdul mamon)  .

7. National book trust of india ( established in 1957 , headquater in New delhi,  chairman Govind prasad)  launched an initative called " # stay home india with books # . During lockdown .

8. " NAWAB BANO " recently passed away she was a famous actor of 1950 .

9. India's largest COVID-19 hospital to be opened in odisha of 1000 beds.

10. " HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE "  is a medicine of malaria banned  by the government for exporting foreign counteries. It is a single medicine to help in protest from corona virus now a days no medicine has been discovered.


11. AIIMS delhi launched " TELE CONSULTATION FACILITY " for their patients.


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