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  1. The spiraling conflict over judicial appointments continued Tuesday with Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju strongly objecting to the Supreme Court making public the government’s objections to candidates recommended for judges.
  2. Various political groups in Kerala announced Tuesday they would screen the controversial BBC documentary India: The Modi Question in the state. The decision has prompted the BJP to urge Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to intervene and put a stop to such endeavours.
  3. The Commissionerate Police busted Tuesday a major sex racket that was allegedly operating out of a house here in the guise of a web channel. Officials said that the sex racket was operating out of the house in Suryavihar locality.
  4.  ‘Naatu Naatu’, the hit dance track from SS Rajamouli’s blockbuster RRR, continued its winning march Tuesday by earning a coveted nomination for the Original Song at the Oscars 2023 where Indian documentaries All That Breathes and Elephant Whisperers walked away with nods in Documentary Feature and Documentary Short categories.
  5.  Actor Raveena Tandon wears many hats. Apart from being a National Award winning actor, she is also known to be a philanthropist, associated with various causes. Now, she has been chosen by the ministry to be a delegate at the prestigious W20, the Women’s Empowerment engagement wing at G20 India’s Presidency, a report said.
  6. Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik presents a jersey of Indian hockey team to playback singer Sukhwinder Singh at his residence in Bhubaneswar, Tuesday.
  7. Today, January 25, marks the foundation day of Election Commission of India (ECI), also celebrated as National Voters’ Day (NVD) since 2011.
  8. Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw and Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Wednesday will flag off Shri Jagannath Yatra tourist train on its eight-day journey covering famous pilgrimage sites of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha.
  9. The Orissa High Court Tuesday asked the Additional Chief Secretary of the Home department to allow four years of relaxation in the upper age limit of those applying for the constable (civil) posts in the Odisha Police advertised December 30, 2022, an official said.
  10. Two students from Ganjam district will be among 102 students from different states of the country participating in the sixth edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha (PPC) - 2023 with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Talkatora Indoor Stadium here January 27.
  11. The textile industry of Tamil Nadu has sought export incentives and additional credit support in the budget for 2023-24 of the Union government to be presented in Parliament on February 1.
  12. The global 5G IoT (Internet of Things) connections will reach 116 million by 2026, rising from just 17 million in 2023, a new report said Tuesday. According to Juniper Research, the healthcare sector and smart city services will drive this 1,100 per cent growth over the next three years.
  13. Tata Sons’ chief sustainability officer Siddharth Sharma has been appointed as the chief executive of Tata Trusts Tuesday. His appointment is effective from April 1, 2023, according to a statement.
  14. Rohit Sharma (101, 85b, 9x4, 6x6) scored his first ODI hundred in three years while Shubman Gill (112, 78b, 13x4, 5x6) continued his domination with another sublime ton as India completed a clean sweep with a 90-run win over New Zealand in the third match here Tuesday.
  15. Indian hockey legends Tuesday slammed the national team for their “average” performance in the World Cup where they lost to New Zealand to crash out of the quarterfinal race, saying the debacle has halted the momentum the nation had gained after winning a historic bronze at the Tokyo Olympics.
  16. India logged 88 new coronavirus infections in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of cases to 4,46,82,104.
  17. The Bombay High Court on Tuesday directed Mumbai police to continue the relief of 'no coercive action' against Rakhi Sawant till February 1 in a case filed by a model against the actor.
  18. Plans of some students to screen the controversial BBC series on PM Narendra Modi at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University went awry Tuesday as power and internet were cut off. Stones were thrown at those watching it on phones, allegedly by the ABVP.
  19. Aam Aadmi Party Rajya Sabha MP Raghav Chadha has been selected for the "Outstanding Achiever" honour at the India UK Achievers Honours in London for the "Government and Politics" category.
  20. No new COVID-19 case was recorded in Mumbai in a day on Tuesday for the first time since the pandemic began in March 2020, said the local civic body.

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