Today Headlines, 2 March 2023: Results of assembly elections of three states expected today, decision on Hindenburg and Hathras incident

Election Results

Today Headlines, 2 March 2023: Today the results of the assembly elections held in three states Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya will come. 21 centers have been set up for counting in Tripura. Let us know on which major news today the eyes of the country and the world will be…

today’s big news

  • The results of the Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya assembly elections will be out on March 2. In all the three states, the local administration has made preparations for the counting of votes.
  • On March 2, the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court will give its verdict on the petitions seeking reform in the process of appointment of members of the Election Commission.
  • On March 2, the Supreme Court will decide on the petitions related to the Hindenburg Report. In this, a demand has been made to set up a committee related to the regulatory mechanism for the protection of investors.
  • The verdict may come on March 2 in the famous Hathras murder case. On 14 September 2020, a Dalit girl was murdered after rape in a village in Chandpa Kotwali area of ​​Hathras.
  • PM Modi will inaugurate the Raisina Dialogue, India’s important conference on geopolitics and geostrategy on March 2. The program is being organized by the Ministry of External Affairs in association with the Observer Research Foundation.
  • The meeting of foreign ministers under India’s G-20 chairmanship will be held in New Delhi on March 2. 40 delegates are expected to participate in it.
  • Madhya Pradesh Board 12th exam will be conducted from March 2 to April 1, 2023. A total of 21877 students have registered for the MP Board Exam 2023 this year.

History of today

The date of March 2 is recorded in Indian history as the death anniversary of Sarojini Naidu. Sarojini Naidu died on March 2 in 1949. She was a freedom fighter as well as the first Indian woman President of the Indian National Congress. She was called the Nightingale of India.

He was born on 13 February 1879 to Aghorenath Chattopadhyay, a resident of Hyderabad. Father was the principal of Nizam College, Hyderabad. Apart from the University of Madras, Sarojini was educated at King’s College, London and then Girton College, Cambridge. After independence, he was made the first governor of UP.

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