1.Dandi March: Just about 5 points in the Salt Satyagraha that everything you need to do:-
Dandi March – Mahatma Gandhi organized this Dandi March to break the British salt laws. The Dandi March was started in the year 1930 ie the day of Mahatma Gandhi under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi. It was a time when the country was getting ready for independence. On one hand, young leaders like Bhagat Singh were stabbed in the nose of the British and on the other hand Mahatma Gandhi came out to break the salt laws of British through the non-violence movement.
On March 12, 1930, Mahatma Gandhi started the salt Satyagraha with the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad against the British decision to impose tax on salt. Under this, a 24-day long journey has been done to Dandi, a village on the seashore. By reaching here, thousands of people led by Gandhiji broke the salt law. It was a nonviolent movement and a post visit. Dandi travels are given great importance in the history of the country’s freedom.
What you need to know about a pedestrian trip …
- Dandi travel i.e. salt satyagraha was started on 12 March 1930. The 24-day non-violence under Mahatma Gandhi reached Dandi on March 6 and broke the British Law
2.At that time the British had rule over the country and any Indian was barred from collecting or selling the salt. Not only this, Indians had to buy salt from the British. In the matter of making salt, the British monopoly used to move and also used to charge huge tax on salt. Salt Satyagraha was a big rally against British tyranny.
3.By reaching the sea shore in Dandi, Mahatma Gandhi illegally made salt and broke British salt laws. Later on it became a big salt satyagraha and thousands of people not only made salt, but also bought illegal salt while defying the English law.
4.The salt satyagraha started with about 80 people. As the journey grew from Ahmedabad to Dandi, people went on joining this 390-km long journey. Until reaching the stalk, more than 50 thousand people had joined this non-violent salt satyagraha.
5.The way the Salt Satyagraha went ahead without any violence and breaking the single-handedly law of the British by decency, it started discussing around the world. This Dandi March shook the British rule. Newspapers gave plenty of space to the Satyagraha and this gave a new direction to India’s independence movement.
2.Chinese people support Tibet’s independence demand, press conference in Dharamsala:-
A delegation of Chinese people came to India to hold a press conference in support of the demand of Tibetans in Dharamsala. This press conference was held on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of raising the voice by Tibetans against China. Let us know that these people who come to the delegation are basically resident of China and live in many other countries of Europe. Tibetans living in Dharamsala and other parts of the world demand that they get freedom from China.
Decades ago, China had forcibly occupied Tibet territory. In 1959, China occupied Tibet. Meanwhile, the Dalai Lama had to come to India from there and since then he has been living in India. Thousands of people who sought the independence of Tibet with the Nobel Peace Prize winner Dalai Lama and after that also came to India. These people of Tibet, ousted from their own land, made Dharamshala their home in Himachal Pradesh.
Talking about history, the Tibet region (U-sang) was declared independent in 1913 after the Jhenai Revolution in 1912 against the King Rajshahi. The people here declared themselves as a free country, but China did not recognize this independence. Later, Lhasa occupied Zikang, the western region of China. By 1951, this whole region was an autonomous region and then the battle of Chamda took place, in which the Chinese army captured Lhasa and merged Tibet with China. In 1959, Tibet raised voice again against China’s suppression and demanded independence. It has been 60 years since the demand for independence, but Tibet is still in occupation of China and Tibetans have lived in Dharamshala, Delhi and many cities around the world hoping to return to their country.
3.The UK said – Legally binding changes were agreed on the deal with the EU:-
The British government has agreed to make a legally binding change in the negotiation agreement. This agreement was agreed between the British Prime Minister Theresa in Strasbourg, France and the EU officials. Ms. May has made an amendment to the agreement of separation from the European Union and the document of political declaration. Now MPs should not have problems in voting in favor of agreement. The agreement has to be voted again in the British Parliament again today.
4.RBI will give interest rates before elections, these two financial data will decide:-
The January IIP and February inflation data will determine whether the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will cut interest rates in its next meeting.
Prior to the elections going out on April 11, on April 5, a meeting of monetary review committee headed by RBI governor Shaktikant Das is scheduled to decide on interest rates.
In the previous meeting, the RBI had cut 25 basis points in the repo rate, after which economists had estimated the interest rates cut in the next meeting of the Reuters poll. Most economists in the Reuters poll believed that interest rates can be cut again in the RBI meeting before the general elections.
In the previous meeting, unexpectedly, the RBI reduced the repo rate by 25 basis points and cut it from 6.50 per cent to 6.25 per cent.
Simultaneously, the central bank has changed its monetary stance from “hard” to “normal / neutral”. It was believed only after the change in policy stance that the RBI could further ease the interest rate cut.
According to the data released by the Central Statistics Office, retail inflation in January was down to 2.05 percent, from 2.11 percent in December. In December, the IIP growth rate was 2.4 percent, which was 0.3 percent in November.
In December, IIP got a great improvement.
RBI has set a target of inflation for 4 percent (+ – two percent). With the fall in fuel prices, the country’s retail inflation declined to 2.19 percent in December. It was 2.33 percent in November. In the last few months, the rate of inflation has been below the fixed target of R.B.E. When deciding interest rates, RBI keeps retail inflation in mind.
If both figures remain as expected, then before the election, the RBI can once again give relief of interest rates cut, which will benefit the customers. Recently, SBI has added loan rates to the RBI’s repo rate.
This initiative of SBI is for a loan of more than Rs 1 lakh and its advantage will be that as soon as the RBI cuts the rates, the interest rates offered by the bank will be reduced by immediate effect.
In the December quarter, the pace of Indian economy has been a major setback. After the December quarter GDP figures, the government has reduced the GDP estimates to 7 percent for the current fiscal. Earlier this estimate was of 7.2 percent.
India has reduced this estimate in a time when the GDP has declined for the second consecutive quarter. However, even after this deduction, India will remain the world’s fastest growing economy.
After the fall in GDP, it is believed that the full focus of the RBI in the next review meeting will be on growth rather than inflation.
5.India was allowed to wear a special hat in the memory of martyrs – ICC:-
The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday said that India was allowed to wear military-like cap to express gratitude towards the country’s forces in the third one-day match against Australia. Pakistan had objected to this. In the third ODI played on March 8 in Ranchi, the Indian team wore military caps in honor of the Shahid CRPF jawans in the Pulwama terror attack and donated their match fees to the National Defense Fund.
“The BCCI had sought permission to raise money and wear a hat in the memory of martyrs and it was allowed to be given,” ICC general manager (strategic communication) Clarie Furlong said in a statement. The
Pakistan Cricket Board A strong letter was sent in relation and demanded action against India for wearing such a hat.
PCB chief Ehsan Mani said in Karachi on Sunday, “He had taken permission from the ICC for any other purpose and used it for another purpose which is not acceptable”. The
BCCI has taken 40 CRPF jawans of the Pulwama attack. After the martyrdom, the ICC had asked to break the ties with the countries which give shelter to terrorism.
6.Indian men beat Kazakhstan:-
The Indian men’s team performed well on all the boards, defeating Kazakhstan by 3.5-0.5, so that they kept their joint second position with nine points after the sixth round of World Team Chess Championship.
On the top board, R. Jumabayev stopped the B on the board, but Krishnan Shashikiran , Sureshkare Ganguly and SP Setu Raman won the last three boards. Shashikiran defeated Anwar Ismatagmethov , Ganguly defeated Denis Makhenev by Muttas Kazjaleyev and Sethuran. Meanwhile, Azerbaijan stopped Russia on equal footing but he still remained at the top with ten points. India and England are in second place.