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Current Affairs Today Headline -23 February 2022

National News

  • Voting underway for the fourth phase of the 2022 Uttar Pradesh elections
  • The special Air India flight carrying some 242 passengers from Ukraine landed in Delhi.
  • Veteran Malayalam KPAC actor Lalitha has passed away.
  • Union Ministers Jitendra Singh and G Kishan Reddy jointly launched the ‘Vigyan Sarvatra Pujyate’ function on February 22, 2022.
  • Union and Panchayati Raj Minister for Rural Development Giriraj Singh released the Rural Connectivity GIS data into the public domain.
  • Sanjeev Sanyal has been appointed as a full-time member of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council.
  • The Electoral Commission relaxed the percentage limit for electoral demonstrations by 50 percent.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead a webinar on the positive impact of the 2022 Union budget on water and sanitation under ‘Har Ghar Jal’ on February 23.
  • The Karnataka Assembly passed the Karnataka Ministerial Salaries and Allowances (Amendment) Bill 2022 and the Karnataka Legislature Salaries, Pensions and Allowances (Amendment) Bill 2022.
  • Agartala Smart City has adopted the ‘one in ten’ tree compensatory afforestation campaign to reduce ecological loss.
  • The Madhya Pradesh government has lifted all the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19.
  • Karnataka extends curfew and section 144 in Shivamogga, allows movement from 6 am to 9 am
  • The Delimitation Commission gets a two-month extension to redraw Jammu and Kashmir constituencies. His term ended on March 6, 2022.

International News

  • A magnitude 4.2 earthquake struck 123 km southeast of Faizabad, Afghanistan, on February 22 at around 8:30 p.m.
  • India sends 50 truckloads of wheat to the people of Afghanistan.
  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the first round of economic sanctions on Russia.
  • The Indian High Commission in Tanzania honored Kylie Paul, the lip sync sensation on social media.
  • India and Bangladesh advance CEPA feasibility study
  • Russia has promised to expel Ukraine’s diplomats soon.
  • President Vladimir Putin asked the upper house to approve the use of Russian forces outside Russia.

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