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Major News and Events of 03 March 2017

What Happened on 03 March 2017


BCCI Receives Notice from Kerala High Court for Lifting Sreesanth's Lifetime Ban

As per reports, BCCI has received a petition from the Kerala High Court on Friday for lifting the ban which was imposed on S Sreesanth. The step was taken after Sreesanth had sent a petition to court requesting the same.

Sreesanth is one of the cricketers who was charged for spot-fixing during the IPL 6 in 2013.

Three Injured after Bomb Thrown at RSS Office in Kozhikode's Kallachi

As per reports, a bomb was thrown at the RSS office in Kallachi near Nadapura, Kozhikode district in Kerala on late Thursday. Three RSS workers who sustained serious injuries after the attack were were shifted to Kozhikode’s Government Medical College. The perpetrators have not been identified yet.

The attack took place one a day when a “bounty” of Rs 1 crore on Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s head was announced by an RSS leader from Ujjain.




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