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Saturday, March 23, 2019

DAILY GK 22 MARCH 2019


DAILY GK 22 MARCH 2019
1. INDIA DEFEATED NEPAL, WON SAFF WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
India clinched South Asian Football Federation Women’s Championship 2019 by defeating Nepal for 3-1 in Biratnagar, Nepal. It was for the fifth time in a row India that India won the championship.
Indian Midfielder Indumathi Kathiresan and Nepali forward player Sabitra Bhandari became the top scorers in the match with four goals each.

2. WORLD WATER DAY 2019: 22ND MARCH
26th World Water Day was celebrated all over the world to focus on the importance of water and educate people to conserve freshwater resources.
Theme for World Water Day 2019 is “Leaving no one behind”.

3. A BOOK TITLED ‘THE GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT: HOW NARENDRA MODI SQUANDERED A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO TRANSFORM THE INDIAN ECONOMY’ WRITTEN BY SALMAN ANEES SOZ LAUNCHED
‘The Great Disappointment: How Narendra Modi Squandered A Unique Opportunity to Transform the Indian Economy’ book released by economic commentator and Congress member Salman Anees Soz.
This book is the evaluation of P.M Modi’s impact on Indian economy.

4. FIRST EVER HIGH-LEVEL DIALOGUE ON INDO-PACIFIC COOPERATION HELD IN JAKARTA
The Government of Indonesia has hosted the first ever High-Level Dialogue on Indo-Pacific Cooperation in its capital city Jakarta. The theme of the HLD was 'Towards a Peaceful, Prosperous, and Inclusive Region'.
The objective behind this meet was to urge all participating governments to talk openly about their plans for increasing cooperation and for building trust in the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean region.

5. PHYSICIST MARCELO GLEISER WINS TEMPLETON PRIZE 2019
Brazilian physicist and astronomer Marcelo Gleiser has been awarded the 2019 Templeton Prize, worth $1.4 million, for his work blending science and spirituality.
Gleiser, 60, is the first Latin American to win the award. Previous winners of the award, started in 1972 by late global investor Sir John Templeton, include the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa.
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