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Current Affairs Today Headline- 4 March 2022

Find here Current Affairs Today News headlines for 4th March 2022 by Miliposts.

National News

  • Indian student hospitalized in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv after being shot He was not immediately identified as he was shot.
  • In the first test match against Sri Lanka at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, India won the toss and elected to bat. This is Virat Kohli’s 100th Test match and a total of 50 percent of the spectators are being allowed to go to the field.
  • Foreign Ministry issued advisory for Indian citizens in Kharkiv, Ukraine, said fear of potentially dangerous situation
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi attends a virtual summit of Quad leaders along with US President Joe Biden, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on March 3, 2022.
  • The Indian Air Force is deploying Russian-origin Ilyushin-76 heavy transport aircraft to evacuate Indian nationals returning from Ukraine. India is not deploying American-origin C-17 aircraft for the mission.
  • India urged the 49th session of the UN Human Rights Council for an immediate cessation of violence and an end to hostilities. No solution can ever come at the cost of human life.
  • India signed agreement with ITU to set up a regional office and innovation center for telecommunications for the South Asian region.

International news

  • Moldova, Georgia file applications to join EU amid Russia-Ukraine conflict
  • US President Joe Biden urged Russia to allow emergency responders to visit Ukraine’s nuclear site.
  • Ukrainian officials say nuclear security at the Zaporizhzhya power plant is ‘safe’ after Russian shelling followed a fire in the area.
  • Former Australia wicket-keeper batsman Rod Marsh passed away at the age of 74.
  • UK announces sanctions against Russian oligarch Alisher Usmanov, Igor Shuvalov.
  • The US announced a “temporary protected status” for Ukrainians in the country for the next 18 months, increasing the risk of deportation to their war-torn homeland.
  • US President Joe Biden signed into law the ‘Forced Arbitration to End Sexual Harassment and Sexual Harassment Act 2021’.
  • Russia, Ukraine agreed to organize humanitarian corridors to evacuate civilians and deliver food and medicine to the hardest-hit areas at the second round of talks in Belarus on March 3, 2022.
  • Ukrainian President Zelensky called on NATO to close the skies over Ukraine. He asked how many more Ukrainians would be injured for this decision. If it can’t be built, “give us the plane,” he said.
  • Canada imposes a 35 percent tariff on imports from Russia and Belarus.
  • Ukraine Parliament approved legislation to allow confiscation of property in Ukraine owned by Russians or citizens of Russia.
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin told his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on March 3 that the goals of Russia’s campaign in Ukraine – its demilitarization and neutral status – would be achieved in any case.



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