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Latest Current Affairs 15th April 2019

Will work to fulfill people’s aspirations in next 5 years: PM Modi to DD News:Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he is fully committed to fulfilling the dreams and aspirations of people of the country.

Met dept forecasts near normal monsoon:The Meteorological Department has forecast a near normal monsoon this year.

National security & terrorism most important issues which concern India: Jaitley:Senior BJP leader, Arun Jaitley on Monday slammed Opposition parties who believe that national security and terrorism related issues should not be matters of electoral debate as they are not real issues.

Modi Biopic: SC directs EC to watch full movie:The Supreme Court on Monday directed the Election Commission of India to watch the full biopic on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and take a decision regarding the ban on the release of the film by April 19.

Jharkhand: 3 maoists killed, One CRPF jawan martyred in encounter:Three Maoists were killed in an encounter with security forces in the forest area of Jharkhand’s Giridih district.

FIR against Azam Khan over his comments against Jaya Prada:An FIR has been registered against Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan over his alleged comments against Jaya Prada. The National Women’s Commission has taken a suo-motu cognizance & has issued notice to Azam Khan.

3 maoists killed, CRPF jawan martyred in Jharkhand encounter:Three Maoists were killed and a CRPF jawan was martyred in Jharkhand’s Giridih district on Monday.

NIA arrests fifth accused in 2017 Lethpora attack on CRPF:The National Investigation Agency has arrested the fifth accused in connection with a terror attack on the CRPF group centre at Lethpora village in Pulwama district in December 2017 that killed five personnel.

Opposition raises EVM issue; BJP hits out saying these are excuses:Raising doubts over the credibility of EVMs, a number of opposition parties on Sunday said they will move the Supreme Court again to demand verification of at least 50 per cent of votes by paper trail.

Former Malaysian PM Najib’s 1MDB graft trial resumes:Toppled Malaysian leader Najib Razak returned to court for the second day of his high-profile corruption trial Monday, with the former premier accused of plundering large sums from a unit of sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.

Sudan’s military council names new intelligence head:Sudan’s military council has removed defence minister Awad Ibn Auf from his role and appointed a new intelligence chief, a spokesperson said on Sunday (April 14).

Finnish Social Democrat leader Rinne declares victory in election:Finland’s leftist Social Democrat party (SDP) leader Antti Rinne declared victory in Sunday’s (April 14) general election, after results showed his party winning by a tight margin.

Govt E Marketplace records 4 fold increase in total value of transactions in 2018-19:Government e Marketplace (GeM), the national public procurement portal offering end to end solution for all procurement needs of Central and State Government departments and PSUs has closed the FY 2018-19 on a high note.

American Airlines to cancel 115 flights daily over 737 MAX:American Airlines announced Sunday it would scrap some 115 flights per day in the coming months because its fleet of Boeing 737 MAX planes is being grounded until August 19.

ICC WC 2019: Karthik, Vijay Shankar included in team India squad:India picked Vijay Shankar, Dinesh Karthik and KL Rahul in the squad for the upcoming World Cup 2019 in England and Wales. Ambati Rayudu and Rishabh Pant were left out of the squad, which also has a place for Ravindra Jadeja. Here is more in this report..

‘King of Comeback’ Tiger Woods wins 2019 Masters to claim 15th major:Tiger Woods completed one of sport’s great all-time comebacks to end an 11-year major title drought at the Masters on Sunday (April 14) by claiming a fifth Green Jacket.

At least 3 blood pressure measurements gives accurate data: Study:At least three repeated measurement of blood pressure during a clinic visit is required to reduce inaccurate classification of a patient’s true condition and prevent misdiagnosis, a recent study has stated.