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This Day in History – April 14

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 This Day in History 
  • In the year 1250 The Seventh Crusade is defeated in Egypt, Louis IX of France captured.
  • 1st Pony Express reaches Sacramento, California in the year 1860.
  • In 1960 France becomes 4th nuclear nation exploding an A-Bomb in Sahara.

Quick Read – Latest Current Affairs April 14

  • Sushma, Afghanistan defence minister talk on terror.
  • Indian Army team completes ocean sailing expedition successfully.
  • Metro to run deeper into Noida, Ghaziabad by September.
  • India reaches out to African countries to counter China.
  • Bullet train service expected to start by August 2022.
  • Pentagon hires software guru, will focus on an F-35 jet.
  • Nepal foreign minister to visit China.
  • Pakistan PM inaugurates Neelum-Jhelum dam in PoK, rakes up Kashmir issue.
  • Infosys decides to sell subsidiary firm Panaya.
  • Google to redesign Gmail for its web interface.
  • Panasonic launches its AI-based Arbo Hub in India.
  • Bayern faces Real Madrid and Liverpool play Roma in Champions League semis.
  • Sanjeev Rajput wins gold in men’s 50m rifle 3 positions final.
  • MC Mary Kom, Gaurav Solanki lead India’s boxing gold rush.

National News

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Sushma, Afghanistan defence minister talk on terror.

  • External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj and Afghanistan defence minister Tariq Shah Bahrami discussed on Friday.
  • Swaraj conveyed India’s support for the efforts of the government and the people of Afghanistan for building a peaceful, secure, stable, united, inclusive and prosperous nation.
  • India, it said, remained committed to its New Development Partnership according to the priorities of Afghanistan.

Indian Army team completes ocean sailing expedition successfully.

  • An all arms Indian Army Ocean Sailing Team returned to Mumbai on Friday after successfully completing a 1,800 nautical miles sailing expedition.
  • They sailed from Mumbai to Minicoy Island in Lakshadweep over the last 40 days.
  • The team was flagged in at Mumbai by Lieutenant General Michael Mathews, Commandant of the Pune-based College of Military Engineering.
  • The expedition team comprising of 18 officers, 3 junior commissioned officers and 14 other ranks was led by Lieutenant Colonel Karunakaran Adencherry.

Metro to run deeper into Noida, Ghaziabad by September.

  • By September, Delhi Metro will open two new corridors connecting Dilshad Garden to Ghaziabad and Dwarka to Noida Extension.
  • The one on the Blue Line would go ahead of Noida City Centre up to Electronic City.
  • DMRC is also planning to connect the Dilshad Garden-New Bus Stand corridor to Vaishali by constructing a new corridor between Vaishali and Mohan Nagar.

India reaches out to African countries to counter China.

  • India has reached out to several African countries through a slew of demand-driven projects over the last one week.
  • New Delhi has signed off two major infrastructure projects in Zambia.
  • The first supports Zambia’s hospitality industry and conference tourism by setting up the Mahatma Gandhi Convention Centre in Lusaka.
  • The second big project, the Lusaka City Roads Decongestion Project, will be implemented with support from India.

Bullet train service expected to start by August 2022.

  • The some of the details of the high-speed rail corridor as the mammoth project take shape and hopes to start by August 15, 2022.
  • As per the willingness to pay study and other factors, we expect a fare of Rs 3000 or thereabouts for a trip between Ahmedabad and Mumbai.
  • This makes it possibly among the cheapest bullet train rides in the world as the fares are calculated as 1.5 times higher than the prevailing AC-First Class fares.

International Affairs

Latest International Current Affairs April 14 Updates from around the globe. 

Pentagon hires software guru, will focus on the F-35 jet.

  • The US Department of Defense is hiring a software expert to help acquire new capabilities while spending 90 percent of his time working on software for the F-35 jet.
  • While the sensor-laden F-35 jet program has software needs addressed, the program has other issues.
  • The Pentagon confirmed the pause in acceptances the next day. Lord said the pause remained in effect as of Friday.

Nepal foreign minister to visit China.

  • Nepal’s foreign minister Pradip Gyawali will make an official visit to China about a week after Prime Minister KP Oli’s state visit to India.
  • Gyawali will be in China with a delegation from April 16 to 21 at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.
  • This is the first high-level visit from Nepal to China after the formation of the Oli government.
  • Gyawali will meet Wang on Wednesday. Wang will host a luncheon in honour of Gyawali.

Pakistan PM inaugurates Neelum-Jhelum dam in PoK, rakes up Kashmir issue.

  • Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi inaugurated the first unit of the Neelum-Jhelum hydroelectric project in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
  • The first unit will produce 242 MW of electricity, and Abbasi told a ceremony in Muzaffarabad that the two other units of the project will be completed within two months.
  • The project is expected to generate 5.15 billion units of electricity a year and annual revenues of about Rs 55 billion.

Business News

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Infosys decides to sell subsidiary firm Panaya.

  • Infosys today said it has decided to sell its subsidiary Panaya the Israeli firm whose acquisition became a contentious issue between the founders.
  • The Bengaluru-based firm is also looking at offloading its other subsidiaries Kallidus and Skava.
  • Accordingly, assets amounting to Rs 2,060 crore ($316 million) and liabilities amounting to Rs 324 crore.

Google to redesign Gmail for its web interface.

  • Tech giant Google announced that it is working on revamping its email service, Gmail, for web users, and will be rolled out in the coming weeks.
  • The company had sent out a mail to G Suite users informing them of the development of a new version of the email service.
  • The revamp, which is taking place after several years, will also include a number of features, according to a TechCrunch.

Panasonic launches its AI-based Arbo Hub in India.

  • Panasonic India on Friday unveiled the AI-powered “Arbo Hub” platform that gives users access to multiple apps and services.
  • The company also announced it will launch its upcoming P85 NXT and Eluga Ray 710 devices with Arbo Hub built-in.
  • The company has also partnered with online service providers such as Ola, AccuWeather, MobiKwik and GameStop to provide different platforms to its smartphone users.
  • Arbo Hub will be rolled out for Eluga Ray 700 smartphone via an over the air update

Sports Updates

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Bayern faces Real Madrid and Liverpool play Roma in Champions League semis.

  • Defending champions Real Madrid will face Bayern Munich in the semi-finals of the Champions League while Liverpool plays AS Roma in a repeat of 1984 final.
  • Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side will host Roma at Anfield on April 24 in their first match.
  • The second legs will be played in Madrid on May 1 and in Rome the following day.

Sanjeev Rajput wins gold in men’s 50m rifle 3 positions final.

  • Sanjeev Rajput won India’s seventh gold medal in shooting on Saturday, finishing first in the final of the men’s 50m rifle 3 positions event at the CWG 2018.
  • Rajput shot a Commonwealth Games record of 454.5 in the final to clinch his maiden Commonwealth Games gold medal.
  • This is the first gold medal in CWG and third overall in these Games.

MC Mary Kom, Gaurav Solanki lead India’s boxing gold rush.

  • MC Mary Kom and Gaurav Solanki continued India’s good showing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Saturday, winning gold medals in their respective weight categories.
  • Mary Kom won her women’s 48 kg final vs Northern Ireland’s Kristina O’Hara on a unanimous judges decision, thus securing her maiden medal in the Commonwealth Games.
  • Gaurav Solanki, meanwhile, beat another member of the Northern Ireland boxing contingent in Brendan Irvine in the final of the men’s 52 kg final bout.

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