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Current Affairs Today Headline- 3 March 2022

Current Affairs Today Headline

National News

  • The sixth phase of the UP 2022 elections takes place in 57 assembly seats in 10 districts.
  • The fourth Indian Air Force plane carrying Indians rescued from Ukraine arrived at Hindon Air Base near Delhi; The Minister of State for Defense, Ajay Bhatt, interacted with the people.
  • Indian Railways has implemented a help desk to ensure that any student looking for a train reservation for their respective place of origin can do so at the airport itself.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin and reviewed the situation in Ukraine, especially in Kharkiv, where many Indian students are stranded.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a high-level meeting on the Ukraine issue on March 2.

International News

  • Ukrainian officials confirm that Russia has captured the southern city of Kherson, making it the first to fall.
  • The prosecutors of the International Criminal Court will launch an ‘active investigation’ of war crimes in Ukraine.
  • The World Bank has stopped all projects in Russia and Belarus.
  • China will not join the sanctions against Russia led by the West.
  • US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will visit Poland, the Baltics and Moldova in support of Ukraine.
  • The US announces new sanctions on Belarus, the Russian defense sector.
  • The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry calls on the governments of India, Pakistan, China and other countries whose students have become hostages of Russian armed aggression in Kharkiv and Sumy, allowing Moscow to open humanitarian corridors to other Ukrainian cities calls to do it immediately.

Sport News

  • The International Tennis Federation suspended Russia and Belarus from ITF membership and international team competition.
  • The International Paralympic Committee allows Russian and Belarusian athletes to compete as neutral players under the Paralympic flag.
  • Former Indian cricketer Abe Kuruvilla will be appointed Chief Operating Officer of BCCI.
  • BCCI downgraded Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara from A to B After reviewing their year-on-year performance, Wriddhiman Saha’s rating was also downgraded from its current B rating to C.


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