Most important Current affairs March 2022 updates from sports, politics, science, news, technology, invention, awards, events and all other happenings around the world.
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Current Affairs March 2022
Here we are providing the latest March weekly current affairs 2022 updates as one liner with important terms highlights.
March Weekly Current Affairs 2022
Current Affairs March 15-21, 2022
National Vaccination Day is observed on March 16 in India. The theme of National Vaccination Day 2022 is ‘Vaccines Work for all’.
5-year e-tourist visas restored by the Government of India after two years.
Karolina Bielawaska from Poland wins Miss World 2021.
Jhulan Goswami becomes first bowler to claim 250 wickets in Women’s ODIs.
The US Federal Reserve raised interest rates for the first time since 2018 on March 16, 2022 by 25 basis points to curb the record-high inflation.
Japan will invest 5 trillion Yen(Rs. 3.2 lakh crores) in India in the next five years.
International Day of Happiness celebrated on March 20th, 2022. The theme of International Day of Happiness 2022 is ‘Build Back Happier’.
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