Current Affairs

Current Affairs Today Headline -25 February 2022

Current Affairs Today Headline -25 February 2022
  • PublishedFebruary 26, 2022

Find here today’s current affairs news headlines by Jagran Josh for 25 February 2022.

National News

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi talks to Russian President Vladimir Putin in Ukraine, appeals to stop the violence immediately
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin outlined a fundamental assessment of Kiev’s offensive actions against the civilian population of the Donbass.
  • The Indian Navy welcomes incoming foreign warships for the multinational exercise MILAN 2022.
  • US Navy’s P-8A Multi-Mission Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft arrived at Naval Air Station INS Dega, Visakhapatnam to participate in MILAN-2022.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the inaugural address of ‘Self-reliant India’ in the post-budget webinar ‘Defense-Call to Action’ today.
  • An earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale struck 66 km north-northwest of Bukitinggi, Indonesia today.
  • Protesters protest outside the White House after Russia’s attack on Ukraine.
  • The National War Memorial is celebrating its third anniversary today. It was dedicated to the nation on February 25, 2019.
  • External Affairs Minister Jaishankar held talks with the Romanian counterpart, praising the latter’s support in evacuating Indian nationals from Ukraine.
  • Defense Ministry signs 1,075 crore deal with BEL for T-90 Tank Commander sights.
  • MEA sends teams to Ukraine’s land borders to assist in evacuating Indian nationals.
  • Tripura HC bans animal slaughter in public places, expresses concern over quality of consumable meat.

International news

  • America will send 7000 additional troops to Germany.
  • Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro did not authorize Vice President Hamilton Mourao to say that Brazil opposed the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
  • Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky says Ukraine has ‘left alone’ to fight Russia, after 137 killed in the first day of fighting.
  • US and its allies and partners will inflict rapid and severe costs for unnecessary attacks on Russia: US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken
  • World Bank ready to provide financial aid to Ukraine
  • The US says the SWIFT ban is ‘always an option’, which Europe no longer wants to take.
  • US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken spoke with Indian Secretary of State Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar to discuss Russia’s pre-planned, unprovoked and unwarranted attack on Ukraine.
  • Russian police detained more than 1,700 people in anti-war protests in dozens of cities as thousands took to the streets after President Vladimir Putin sent troops to invade Ukraine.
  • The US fined the National Bank of Pakistan USD 55 million for anti-money laundering violations.
  • Sean Penn in Ukraine to film documentary on Russia’s military campaign.
  • PM Modi will address the post-budget seminar on Defense Sector today.
  • ‘Star Trek’, ‘Mash’ actor Sally Kellerman has died at the age of 84.
  • Canada targets Russian elite, banks, announces ‘severe’ sanctions on Russia.
  • World Bank ready to provide financial aid to Ukraine
  • About 4,000 Indian nationals have already been evacuated from Ukraine; The Indian Embassy continues to function.
  • Russian army captures Chernobyl power plant
  • Jaishankar will talk to foreign ministers of Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary on Russia’s military operations on Ukraine.
  • Ukraine’s President Zelensky is forming an anti-Putin coalition.
  • NATO’s defense plans were activated, but no troops were deployed inside Ukraine.
See also  News Digest, Employment News 17 - 23 October 2020

Sports News

  • Ishan Kishan, Shreyas Iyer, bowlers as India beat Sri Lanka in the first T20I match.
  • The IPL 2022 tournament will start from March 26, with the final on May 29.

 

Source link

Written By
admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.