One Liner Current Affairs- March 12, 2023

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One Liner Current Affairs- March 12, 2023

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  1. The Centre has stated that marriages between biological men and women are governed by personal or codified laws, such as the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, the Christian Marriage Act, 1872, the Parsi Marriage and Divorce Act, 1936, the Special Marriage Act, 1954, or the Foreign Marriage Act, 1969.
  2. During a large public rally in Mandya (Karnataka), where he inaugurated the Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway, PM Modi remarked that while Congress leaders are busy trying to bring him down, he is busy overseeing the implementation of the project.
  3. From March 13 to 22, the Department of Animal Husbandry and Fisheries, in consultation with the Forest Department and the Zoology Department of Panjab University, Chandigarh, will be removing old and large fish from Sukhna Lake to maintain its ecological balance.
  4. Despite not registering for the Common University Entrance Test (CUET), several universities across the country will still be able to use CUET scores for undergraduate admissions.
  5. More than 200 universities are estimated to offer admission to undergraduate courses based on CUET scores this year, according to the University Grants Commission (UGC). CUET was implemented by 89 universities last year, and 168 universities have so far given their approval.
  6. According to the UGC, the first year of the academic session in all Central universities across the country will begin in the first week of August.
  7. In Uttar Pradesh, prisoners who have not appeared before the court in more than a year will soon be heard through video conferencing.
  8. The King George’s Medical University (KGMU) in Lucknow is in the process of setting up a diagnostic lab for newborn babies to detect diseases at an early stage and reduce waiting time.
  9. West Bengal Governor C.V. Ananda Bose has agreed to mediate between the state government and agitating government employees to find an amicable solution to the ongoing stir and fasting agitation over the demand for payment of dearness allowances.
  10. George Healy, Deputy Chief of the New York City’s Fire Department, who was consulted by the Ernakulam district collector, has stated that the measures taken by the Kochi administration to extinguish the fire at the Brahmapuram waste plant were on the right track.
  11. At the Mandya public rally, the police and agencies tasked with ensuring PM Narendra Modi’s security forced a boy wearing a black T-shirt to remove it. The police stopped him and asked his mother to remove his T-shirt because it was black.
  12. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has deported Mohammed Hanif Makkat, who was allegedly involved in a kidnapping and murder case, from Saudi Arabia under ‘Operation Trishul.’
  13. A poster reading ‘Kidney, Liver for sale’ appeared in front of a house in Manacaud, Thiruvananthapuram, causing people to initially believe it was a prank or a government troll. Two phone numbers were provided with the advertisement, and they were found to be genuine when dialed. The person who put up the board was Santhosh Kumar (50), of Manacaud Puthen Road.
  14. For the first time this year, the annual Raising Day celebrations of the CISF are being held at the CISF National Industrial Security Academy in Hakimpet, Hyderabad, instead of the National Capital Region (NCR).
  15. Union Home Minister Amit Shah, speaking at the 54th Raising Day Parade of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) in Hyderabad, stated that the government had successfully managed the challenges posed to the country’s internal security over the past nine years and will continue its zero-tolerance

16- During his meeting with the public under his flagship program ‘Ungalil Oruvan’ (One Among You), Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin stated that Governors in states ruled by the opposition have only mouths and not ears.

17- On December 21, 2021, the Jharkhand government passed a bill in the assembly with the objective of curbing incidents of mob lynching and ensuring strict punishment for the accused in such incidents. The bill defines violence by two or more people as mob lynching and proposes life imprisonment and a fine of up to Rs. 25 lakh as punishment. Despite being passed 15 months ago, the bill is yet to become a law as the then Governor Ramesh Bais refused to approve it, citing the improper definition of mob lynching.

18- With Telangana assembly elections scheduled for later this year, the ruling Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) is seeking the Supreme Court’s assistance as Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan’s delay in approving some bills passed by the state legislature is likely to create hurdles for governance.

19- Tamil Nadu Police have registered a case against former Chief Minister and interim General Secretary of AIADMK, Edappadi K. Palaniswami (EPS), on a complaint by an Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam (AMMK) functionary who alleged that he was assaulted by AIADMK men led by EPS.

20- Indications suggest that the relationship between the Raj Bhavan and State Secretariat in West Bengal is going back to the days of constant tiffs between the two institutions after the initial honeymoon period during the tenure of current Governor CV Ananda Bose. This was evident during the tenure of Bose’s predecessor and current Indian Vice-President Jagdeep Dhankhar.

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