Important Current Affairs from 25th March 2019


This is a comprehensive current affairs article in which we will cover today’s many important news from National News, International, Economy, Environment and Ecology, Defence and Security, Banking Awareness, Appointments, Awards, Science and Technology, Sports News and many more.

India-Indonesia Coordinated Patrol (Ind-Indo Corpat) commences at Port Blair :

33rd edition of India, Indonesia Coordinated Patrol (Ind-Indo Corpat) commenced at Port Blair, Andaman & Nicobar Islands. It aimed at consolidating interoperability and strengthen existing bonds of friendship between India and Indonesia.

India ranked 76th on WEF Global Energy Transition Index :

India has moved up 2 places to rank 76th on a global energy transition index. The annual list, compiled by Geneva-based World Economic Forum (WEF), has ranked 115economies on how well they are able to balance energy security and access with environmental sustainability and affordability.

Book titled “Every Vote Counts” by Navin Chawla launched by Hamid Ansari in New Delhi :

Former Chief Election Commissioner of India Navin Chawla’s book ‘Every Vote Counts’was launched by former Vice President of India, Hamid Ansari in New Delhi. This book is about how the electoral machinery works in India. The book has been published by HarperCollins India.

World Meteorological Day :

It is observed annually on March 23 to commemorate the establishment of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) in 1950. The day also underlines the efforts of National Meteorological and Hydrological Services for the safety and well-being of society. The theme 2019 was “The Sun, the Earth and the Weather”.The day was first observed in 1961.

Navroz celebrated by Parsis on March 21st :

Navroz is the Iranian New Year celebrated by several ethnolinguistic communities around the world irrespective of their religious background. In India Parsis who follow Zoroastrianism celebrate Navroz. Navroz is celebrated on March 21st. The Navroz celebrations can be traced back to 6th Century BC, back when the Iranian community was homogeneously Zoroastrians.