मार्च 2012 समसामयिकी घटना चक्र हिंदी में

मार्च 2012 समसामयिकी घटना चक्र हिंदी में: (March 2012 Current Affairs in Hindi) इस अध्याय में आगामी प्रतियोगी परीक्षाओं के दृष्टिकोण से मार्च 2012 माह में भारत एवं विश्व पर आधारित नवीनतम समसामयिकी घटनाक्रम की जानकारी दी गयी है। यहाँ आप भारत और विश्व के विभिन्न क्षेत्रों जैसे: नियुक्ति, इस्तीफा, खेल और खिलाड़ी, राजनीति, पुरस्कार और सम्मान, महत्वपूर्ण दिवस, निधन, रिपोर्ट्स, व्यापार, योजना, राजनीति, शिक्षा, पुस्तक और लेखक, अर्थव्यवस्था, दुर्घटना, विज्ञान, प्रौद्योगिकी, भूगोल, रिकार्ड्स, समझौता, सम्मलेन एवं मनोरंजन आदि से सम्बंधित महत्वपूर्ण समसामयिकी घटनाक्रम के बारे में सामान्य ज्ञान जानकारी प्राप्त कर सकते है।
  • A day after a court convicted and sentenced her to a five-year jail term in connection with her daughter's abduction, senior Punjab Minister Bibi Jagir Kaur resigned citing 'moral grounds'.
  • The past one year has witnessed 43,000 divorces across the country. However, owing to the awareness relating to men's rights nationwide, the number of divorce by mutual consent has also gone up. Today, statistics shows 60 per cent of the divorces is by mutual consent.
  • The Vijay Bahuguna government won a trust vote in the Uttarakhand Assembly amid a walkout by the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party members. Thirty-nine members voted in favour of the trust motion tabled by Bahuguna, Speaker Govind Singh Kunjwal informed the House.
  • Stoking a controversy, the West Bengal government has banned English and mass-circulation Bengali dailies at state-sponsored and aided libraries in the state which will make available only eight selected newspapers.
  • After a marathon hearing spanning over a month, the Supreme Court reserved its verdict on a bunch of petitions challenging the Delhi high court verdict decriminalising gay sex among consenting adults in private.
  • The Supreme Court refused to entertain a petition seeking a direction to the Nanavati Commission, which is inquiring into the 2002 Gujarat riot cases, to summon Chief Minister Narendra Modi for his alleged role in the carnage.
  • Rick Santorum easily won the Republican presidential primary in Louisiana, defeating the frontrunner Mitt Romney with more than 20 percentage margin, raising a big question mark on the latter's ability to win the Southern States in coming weeks.
  • At least five passengers of a bus were killed and 33 others wounded, including nine critically, in a road accident in hilly Ramban district of Jammu region on Saturday morning.
  • Slain Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, Oscar-winning filmmaker Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy and Interior Minister Rehman Malik were among those who were awarded the country's highest honour on Pakistan Day on Friday.
  • A suspected militant was killed and 20 people were injured when an explosive-laden car blew up in Bijbehara town in south Kashmir's Anantnag district, police said.
  • An earthquake measuring 7.6 on the Richter scale hit Mexico post midnight IST. According to the US Geological Survey, the epicentre of the quake was Guerrero region, located 186 kilometres from Acapulco city.
  • Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Roy was elevated to Cabinet rank to take over as Union railway minister replacing Dinesh Trivedi, who was forced to resign after Congress caved in to Mamata Banerjee's pressure.
  • Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley, who is seeking a third term to the Upper House filed his nomination papers from Gujarat along with two other candidates of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
  • Ending his defiance, Dinesh Trivedi night gave in to his party's demand to resign as Railway Minister bringing the curtain down on the five-day drama after he incurred the wrath of Trinamool Congress for hiking passenger fares in the Railway Budget.
  • Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is set to expand his ministry. Samajwadi Party veteran Azam Khan, who took the oath of office as cabinet minister along with Akhilesh on March 15, will be sworn in again as he had failed to complete his oath.
  • A Turkish military helicopter on a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation mission crashed into a house outside the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday, killing at least 15 people -- 12 soldiers on board and three civilians on the ground.
  • Minutes after Akhilesh Yadav was sworn in as the 33rd chief minister of Uttar Pradesh in Lucknow on Thursday, Samajwadi Party workers went berserk with excitement.
  • Eighty five-year-old Shiromani Alkali Dal leader Parkash Singh Badal created two records in one go by becoming the chief minister of Punjab for the fifth time and the first in the reorganised state's history to return to power for the second successive tenure heading the SAD-Bharatiya Janata Party alliance ministry.
  • The Maharashtra government has appointed special public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam to represent it during the trial of 13/7 Mumbai triple blasts that claimed 27 lives and left several others wounded.
  • Sonia Gandhi, president of the Indian National Congress approved the name of Vijay Bahuguna as the new chief minister of Uttrakhand. The decision comes after a week-long stand off. The decision has come as a rude shock to the supporters of Harish Rawat who led the party campaign during the state assembly.
  • Sixteen Afghans were killed by a 'rogue' United States soldier who walked off his base and opened fire on them in their homes in the early hours. The dead include nine children and three women, plus five wounded.
  • Spiritual leader and Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar will embark on a three-day visit to Pakistan from March 12. This is the spiritual leader's second visit to the neighbouring country (the first one was in July 2004).
  • Amid speculation that the Congress is mulling revamp of its leadership in Uttar Pradesh following the poll debacle, state party chief Rita Bahuguna Joshi handed over her resignation to Sonia Gandhi owning full responsibility for the poor performance.
  • Chintan, an Indian NGO has been chosen for America's first Innovation Award for the Empowerment of Women and Girls. The award funded by the Rockefeller Foundation through the Secretary's International Fund for Women and Girls, would be formally announced by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Rockefeller Foundation President Dr Judith Rodin, on Friday.
  • Manohar Parrikar, who spearheaded Bharatiya Janata Party's emphatic win in assembly polls with majority of its own for the first time, today took oath as chief minister of Goa at the head of a 6-member coalition government.
  • Goa Chief Minister Digambar Kamat resigned following the humiliating defeat of Congress in the assembly election. Even as counting for two constituencies, Saligao and Taleigao, was still on, Kamat met the Governor here and submitted his resignation.
  • Megastar Chiranjeevi is likely to get elevated soon to the Rajya Sabha from a member of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly. His candidature is almost certain for one of the four seats that the ruling Congress can win in the biennial elections to the Upper House of Parliament from the state, slated for March 30.
  • The army successfully test fired the 290 km range BrahMos supersonic cruise missile at the Pokharan range here to operationalise the second regiment of the weapon system in service.
  • The Centre on Saturday announced the appointment of Lieutenant General Bikram Singh as the next army chief from May 31, to succeed General V K Singh. Lieutenant General Singh, the eastern army commander, will head the 13-lakh strong force and have tenure of just over two years, till August 2014.
  • The Supreme Court appointed former judge Justice H S Bedi as the chairman of the monitoring authority looking into the case of 22 alleged fake encounter killings in Gujarat between 2002 and 2006.
  • Nineteen members of Legislative Assembly of opposition Congress in the Gujarat Legislative Assembly gave a notice for a no confidence motion against Speaker Ganpat Vasava following a ruling against Opposition Leader Shaktisinh Gohil.

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