Today’s Top 10 News: DNP News brings to you top 10 breaking stories of the day to keep you abreast of all the latest developments from India and around the world.
1. Never take short cuts, cheating won’t help in the long run, PM Modi tells students in Pariksha Pe Charcha
In his address to students on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi advised against taking the easy way out and warned that while cheating could help them pass a few exams, it won’t benefit them in the long run. He stated they should keep their attention on their work in response to questions from kids during the sixth iteration of “Pariksha Pe Charcha,” his yearly meeting with pupils on topics including test stress, at Talkatora Stadium here.
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2. Punjab government launches 500 new mohalla clinics
The state now has 500 of these neighbourhood health centres after the addition of the 400 “Aam Aadmi” clinics. The Delhi chief minister and AAP convenor Kejriwal expressed his happiness at the Punjab government’s decision to open 500 mohalla clinics in under 10 months. The AAP leader referred to the party’s promises made to the residents of Punjab prior to the 2022 assembly elections by saying, “I am delighted to say that Bhagwant Mann has fulfilled one more ‘Kejriwal ki assurance (Kejriwal’s guarantee)’.”
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3. Court adjourns Shankar Mishra’s bail request until January 30 in the Air India Pee Gate case
On January 27, a Delhi court postponed Shankar Mishra’s bail petition until January 30. Mr. Mishra, who is accused of peeing on a women flight companion in November of last year, has submitted a new bail application and is asking for regular bail.
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4. Veteran Armed Forces community criticises the defence secretary
Giridhar Aramane, the secretary of defence, came under fire from the veteran community on Friday after pictures of him waiting for the prime minister at the National War Memorial (NWM) with three service chiefs and defence minister Rajnath Singh went viral on social media. He was wearing sunglasses and had his hands in his pockets. The footage was posted on Twitter on Friday morning with the comment “There is a man apart,” made by former Army Chief Gen. Ved Mallik. Later that day, he recalled, “The Defence Secretary called and made it clear that RM, CDS, three Chiefs, and himself were waiting at War Memorial for PM. He has the utmost respect for the national flag and for all fallen troops. The matter is closed.
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5. On Holocaust Memorial Day, Putin condemns “neo-Nazis” in Ukraine
6. West Bank under siege following Israeli raids and rocket attacks
After Israel’s deadliest raid in decades raised the possibility of a significant escalation in hostilities, the defence minister of Israel suggested on Friday that the IDF might cease its raids if Palestinian terrorist organisations stopped their rocket fire.The limited firing between Israeli soldiers and militants in Gaza has so far followed a predictable pattern that enables both sides to react without causing a significant escalation. The military was told to go ready for fresh strikes in the Gaza Strip “if required,” which also seemed to allow room for the chance that the violence would abate, according to Defense Minister Yoav Gallant.
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7. RBI governor Das: Current a/c deficit manageable and inflation lowering
Inflation has begun to moderate, according to RBI governor Shaktikanta Das, and the current account deficit is “eminently controllable” and within viability guidelines. Das predicts that the global economy would contract severely in 2023, but because of forecasts for a milder recession, high policy rates are regarded as a real possibility. Das stated that while inflation remains high, there has been a welcome softening between November and December 2022 at the 22nd FIMMDA-PDAI annual conference in Dubai. But core inflation continues to be high and sticky.
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8. Bankers: debt of the Adani Group backed by cash flows and assets
According to bankers, Adani’s borrowings are collateralized by assets, and its group firms have the necessary cash flows to make loan payments. According to lenders, neither the outcome of the holding company’s IPO nor the share price decline will have an impact on credit quality. To make up for the share price decline, the business has committed a sizable portion of its Ambuja Cements assets and could need to provide new equity as security to international lenders.
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9. Hardik Pandya comments on India vs. New Zealand: “The pitch surprised us.”
10. Review of film “Gandhi Godse: Ek Yudh” A pertinent discussion on the concept of India
Director Rajkumar Santoshi takes artistic licence to dispel myths that have been allowed to flourish for years in an effort to delegitimize Mahatma Gandhi in the eyes of the general people at a time when history is being fictionalised. There is a misconception that Gandhi pushed the first administration of independent India to pay Rs 55 crore to Pakistan by calling it a “pawn of the Empire” and “faking fasts.” According to the movie, this event led Nathuram Godse to murder Gandhi on January 30, 1948. After reviewing the circumstances leading up to Gandhi’s murder, Santoshi leaps into an other universe where Gandhi survives the three bullets Godse fired into his chest and approaches him for a conversation.
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