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1. CoA curtails powers of BCCI officials The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA), steered by Vinod Rai, issued fresh directives that conveyed to BCCI acting president C. K. Khanna, acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary and treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry that their role would henceforth be very limited in the matter of running the day-to-day administration. In short, the CoA told them to fall in line in discharging their duties. It cited the court’s January 2, 2017 order to supervise the BCCI administration with the ultimate aim of making the BCCI and its members implement the Justice Lodha Committee reforms in cricket. In its seventh status report submitted recently, the CoA has informed the court that the three elected office-bearers completed their three year term on March 1, 2018. 2. Haryana Assembly okays Criminal Law (Haryana Amendment) Bill, 2018 The Haryana Assembly unanimously passed Criminal Law (Haryana Amendment) Bill, 2018. The bill provides for death penalty to those found guilty of raping girls aged 12 years or less. After Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, Haryana has become the third State where the Assembly has approved the provision of capital punishment for such sexual offenders. After Section 376-A of the Penal Code, the section 376-AA shall be inserted. Under section 376-AA, in case of rape of a girl up to 12 years of age, there will be a punishment of death or rigorous imprisonment of not less than 14 years which may extend to imprisonment for life that is for remainder period of persons natural life, according to the legislation. A provision 376-DA has also been added after section 376-D of the penal code. Under section--376-DA, if a girl upto 12 years of age is raped by one or more persons constituting a group, each of those persons shall be deemed to have committed the offence of rape and will be punished with death or rigorous imprisonment for a term which will not be less than 20 years, but which may extend to life along with a fine. The Bill also provides for making the existing criminal laws related to other sexual offences more stringent. The punishment under Section 354 of the IPC (Assault or criminal force against woman with intent to outrage her modesty) will not be less than two years (earlier not less than one year) but may extend up to seven years (earlier up to five years). The new additions also include provisions of fining the convict and any such fine will be paid to the victim. 3. India’s first cloned Assamese buffalo-Sach-Gaurav born The Central Institute for Research on Buffaloes (CIRB) claimed that a cloned Assamese buffalo male calf Sach-Gaurav was born for the first time. Assamese buffaloes were found only in the north-eastern part of the country and they were used mainly for agricultural work. Indian Council of Agricultural Research-CIRB is a central institute and it has a mandate to conserve superior animals of all buffalo breeds. The calf was born to a Murrah buffalo. It was also the first to be born in the field, 100 kms from the cloning laboratory at Hi Tech Sach Dairy Farm in Hisar. This was the second cloned male produced by ICAR-CIRB after Hisar-Gaurav, born December 11, 2015. Hisar-Gaurav was producing quality semen from the age of 22 months and ten females of the institute's herd were pregnant with its frozen semen. 4. Maharishi Balmiki Sanskrit University to be established in Kaithal The Haryana assembly passed the Maharishi Balmiki Sanskrit University, Kaithal Bill to set up Maharishi Balmiki Sanskrit University at Kaithal to establish and incorporate a teaching-cum-affiliating university at Kaithal to facilitate and promote higher education with special emphasis in Sanskrit literature, vedas, philosophy, Indian culture and Indic languages and also to achieve excellence in these and connected fields. As per the Bill, the higher education sector in Haryana need to respond to the dynamic changes happening all over the globe. 5. END TB CAMP launched The government of India has committed to achieving the Sustainable Development Goal targets to end TB by 2025 – five years ahead of the global target. END TB CAMP, a joint initiative between WHO and the Stop TB Partnership was launched at the Delhi End-TB Summit. CAMP stands for Commitments, Accountable actions to accelerate access and Measurable Progress. WHO and the Stop TB Partnership called for leaders and partners from all sectors to make bold and specific commitments, as India is making today. The summit has set the stage for the September 2018 United Nations High-Level Meeting on TB, where for the first time, TB would be discussed in the UN General Assembly at the Heads of State level.
The Indian football team jumped three places to 99 in the latest FIFA rankings for the month of February. Stephen Constantine is the coach of the Indian team. India gained six points from their February rating points (333) to make the three-spot leap. After being ranked 14th in the Asian confederation in February, India made a one-spot leap in that regard while Iran continues to lead the way in the continent. Indian side will take on Kyrgyz Republic in a 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifying match on March 27 at the Dolon Omurzakov Stadium in Bishkek. India have already booked their berth in the Asian Cup after a gap of 27 years.
1. Larry Kudlow to be Trump’s new economic adviser Larry Kudlow, a conservative media analyst, has accepted the position of chief economic advisor to President Donald Trump. Kudlow would replace Gary Cohen, a former Goldman Sachs executive who quit the post after his differences with Trump on imposing a 25% tariff on import of steel and 10% on aluminium.