March 2022 : Obituaries

 March 2022: Obituaries

This article contains obituaries of eminent persons who passed away in March 2022. This article will be daily updated for the students of govt. exams, banking exams, or any other one-day exams and will also be helpful for UPSC & State PSC aspirants. We will also provide pdfs for all the material for free. 

March 2022 : Obituaries

1. KPAC Lalitha passed away

  • She was a veteran actress in the Malayalam film industry.
  • She starred in over 550 films, comprising both Malayalam and Tamil.
  • She had won two National Film Awards for best-supporting actress and 4 Kerala State Film Awards.
  • She was also the Chairperson of the Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Academy for five years.
2. A.P Minister Mekapati Gowtham Reddy, passed away
  • He suffered a cardiac arrest and was cremated with full state honors at Udaygiri in his native Nellore district.
3. Joginder Kumar 'Bau' passed away
  • United Cycle and Parts Manufacturers Association (UCPMA) chairperson Joginder Kumar, also known as 'Bau' passed away.
4. Legendary Spinner Sonny Ramadhin passed away
  • He was associated with West Indies's Cricket Team.
5. Legendary Cricketer Shane Warne passed away
  • Legendary Australian leg spinner Shane Warne passed away at the age of 52.
  • He was appointed as the team mentor of Rajasthan Royals in Feb 2018.
  • He made the Rajasthan Royals team win against the Chennai Super Kings in the inaugural edition of the IPL in 2008 as their captain.
  • He made his Test Cricket debut against India on Jan. 2, 1992.
  • In 2013, he was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame.
6. General S.F. Rodrigues passed away
  • Former Chief of the Indian Army, General Sunith Francis Rodrigues has passed away.
  • He also served as the Governor of Punjab from 2004 to 2010.
  • He had also served two terms on the National Security Advisory Board.
7. Mukul Arya, India's representative in Palestine passed away
  • India's Representative in Palestine, Mukul Arya, passed away.
  • He was found dead inside the Indian Embassy at Ramallah in Palestine.

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