Current Affairs, News & Facts of 01 Apr 2015

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  • "Gujarat Anti-Terror Bill" passed by It's State Assembly - read more
  •   " Muhammadu Buhari" Secures Election Victory In Nigeria by 2.7 Million Votes


    Former military ruler Muhamammadu Buhari became the first Nigerian to defeat a sitting pesident through election. Buhari was declared the winner after he gained 2.7 million more votes than his rival, Goodluck Jonathan former President of Nigeria who is from "Peoples's Democratic Party".Muhammad Buhari the former military ruler managed to win more than 25% of votesin 24 states.He was influential in the country's north-western states, which have suffered most from attacks by Islamist militant group Boko Haram.In Borno state, one of the worst-affected by Islamist violence, Gen Buhari won 94% of the vote.voters believe that Gen Buhari is positioned well to defeat Boko Haram.

  • "Daniel Vettori" New Zealand's most-capped player Announces Retirement


    New Zealand's most capped left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori bid adieu to the international cricket by announcing that his 18-year international career was over Vettori has already retired from Tests and Twenty-Twenty cricket

    • He was the youngest player to represent New Zealand in Test Cricket
    • He has played 113 test matches with a tally 362 wickets and 4531 runs
    • He has played in 295 ODI and has a taken 305 wickets
    • In the fourth season of Indian Premier League, he was contracted by Royal Challengers Bangalore
  • India launches "Operation Rahat" to evacuate It's citizens
    • India on Tuesday night received permission to dock its vessel at the port of Aden to evacuate nearly 400 stranded Indians to Djibouti
    • Two more ships, the destroyer INS Mumbai and the frigate INS Tarkash have set sail from India, and would reach the Yemen coast by April 2, and are equipped to deal with several contingencies
    • UN says Yemen 'on verge of total collapse',the UN children's fund said that at least 62 children had been killed and 30 injured during the fighting over the past week

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