1. FIRST US STATE TO USE NITROGEN GAS FOR EXECUTIONS IS OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma intends to begin utilizing nitrogen gas for executions, authorities said on Wednesday, in what might be the primary such technique for the death penalty in the United States. Nitrogen is an unscented and dull gas that makes up around 78 percent of the air people inhale yet causes passing when breathed in with no oxygen.
2. AFTER POST POLL VIOLENCE DELAYED COUNTING, BJP WINS TRIPURA’S CHARILAM ELECTION
Tripura Deputy Chief Minister Jishu Debberma on Thursday won the decision at Charilam Assembly, conveying the uplifting news to the BJP a day after the gathering lost four polls a day sooner. Toppling the 25-year-long CPI(M)- drove Left Front government, the BJP and the Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT) join cleared to control in the state winning 43 out of the 59 seats for which decisions were held. The BJP had won 35 and IPFT eight seats. The CPI(M) got 16 seats.
3. REMEMBERING STEPHEN HAWKING: THE MAN WHO REDEFINED COMPLEX SCIENCE
A brilliant scientist and a great communicator Stephen Hawkings died yesterday, 14th March 2018. He was a master of innovative ideas and his theories of complex science made people aware of the concept. Prior to Stephen’s work, it was felt that nothing could get away from a black hole, however, his hypothetical work prompted the hypothesis of Hawking radiation, which enables some radiation to spill from a dark gap, empowering them to gradually rot and inevitably dissipate.
4. CBSE CLASS 12 ACCOUNTANCY PAPER LEAKED ONLINE
Class 12 students who showed up for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 accountancy examination on Thursday, said the paper was simple yet long and had precarious estimations in the midst of reports that the inquiries were spilled and being circled via web-based networking media.
Students were unaware of the paper leak and said that paper was easy but circulation was tricky. Some students also said that questions were straightforward and the paper was a bit lengthy.
5. TO NAVIGATE INDIA’S CHAOTIC ROADS, GOOGLE MAPS FOUND BETTER WAYS
In India, the roads can be chaotic sometimes. Google maps have made life quite simpler for Indians but still, people can have a hard time navigating busy lanes. To make getting around in India simple and easy, Google on March 13th launched new features.
Even six new local languages Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam has been added to maps voice navigation so that people don’t struggle to find their ways. To bring order to the chaos, unique area specific codes will be generated and addresses that don’t appear on maps yet can be added too.