1. Myanmar armed forces killed 114 people, including children in a brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters on Saturday, the bloodiest day of violence since last month's coup.

2. The 400m long Ever Given container ship became wedged diagonally on Suez Canal amid high winds early on Tuesday. Efforts to dislodge the ship have allowed its stern and rudder to move on Saturday but it is unclear whether it could be refloated.

3. The Untied Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Tuesday adopted a resolution against Sri Lanka for alleged war crimes committed against Tamil Separatists during the civil war. However, India and 13 other countries abstained from voting on the resolution.

4. The National Commission for Allied and Healthcare Professionals Bill was passed unanimously by the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. The bill was passed by Rajya Sabha last week.

5. Amid uproar and a walkout by major opposition parties, Rajya Sabha on Wednesday cleared a Bill to give the Lieutenant Governor significantly greater power in Delhi. The Bill was passed by Lok Sabha on Monday.

6. RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das on Thursday said the new wave of covid infections is unlikely to impact the economic recovery and maintained the RBI's recent 10.5% growth forecast for coming fiscal year (2021-22).

7. Emphasising the need to demarcate the Line of Actual Control, Army Chief MM Naravane said the seriousness of Pakistan with regard to ceasefire at Line of Control could only be gauged after the onset of summer.

8. At a meeting chaired by Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Friday, it was decided that no additional restrictions will be imposed. The decision regarding imposition of lockdown will be made in the next meeting scheduled for April 2.

9. Invoking the history of Bangladesh, the brutal repression by the Pakistani Army and India's role in its liberation 50 years ago, PM Narendra Modi on Friday unveiled his roadmap for a shared future with Bangladesh.

10. A day after PM Narendra Modi unveiled his roadmap for shared future with Bangladesh, New Delhi and Dhaka came up with a series of targeted, tangible steps to give a push to bilateral ties.
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