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  1. US President Joe Biden has honoured two Indian-American scientists -- Ashok Gadgil and Subra Suresh -- with the country’s highest scientific awards for their contribution to the field of science and technology.

  2. Israel vowed again to destroy Hamas, rejecting calls from the UN chief, the Palestinians and many countries at a high-level UN meeting Tuesday for a cease-fire and declaring that the war in Gaza is not only its war but “the war of the free world.”

  3. A Chinese research ship Wednesday docked at Sri Lanka's Colombo port, officials here said, amid security concerns raised by the US over its visit.

  4. A high-level committee for social sciences, formed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) to revise the school curriculum, has recommended replacing ‘India’ with ‘Bharat’ in the textbooks for all classes.

  5. The Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra Wednesday invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the consecration ceremony of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, expected to take place January 22.

  6. Twenty-eight years after a man applied for a job in the postal department, the Supreme Court has ordered his appointment noting that there was an error in holding him ineligible for the post.

  7. The state government has formulated a scheme with a `385-crore budget for three years from the current fiscal to empower youths with the requisite skills for new-age technologies and emerging trade.

  8. Many mobile users in the state received an ‘emergency alert’ from the Department of Telecommunication (DoT) Wednesday.

  9. The immersion ceremony of Goddess Durga, locally known as ‘Bhasani Utsav’, began Wednesday after Vijayadashami came to an end Tuesday, marking the conclusion of Dussehra festivitie.

  10. Citing an ICMR report, the Kerala government Wednesday said that there was a possibility of Nipah virus presence in bats in Wayanad district of the state. State Health Minister Veena George said that the Indian Council of Medical Research gave this information based on its studies of the bat samples collected by it.

  11. Two weeks after the Kerala High Court directed the state police chief to have a closer look into vested interests playing mischief, especially on social media, when new films are released, the Ernakulam Central police Wednesday registered the first case on this count and charged nine persons.

  12. The estimated cost was over `12 crore. The Delhi government had released Rs 10 crore to IITKanpur for the procurement of necessary equipment and set up a centralised supersite for data collection.

  13. Activist Manoj Jarange on Wednesday launched an indefinite fast to press for the demand for Maratha quota as the 40-day deadline he set before the Maharashtra government to provide reservation to the community came to an end

  14. The government Wednesday announced a Rs 22,303 crore subsidy on phosphatic and potassic (P&K) fertilisers for the current rabi season and said the farmers will continue to get key soil nutrient DAP at Rs 1,350 per bag.

  15. The panel headed by former president Ram Nath Kovind to examine the issue of holding simultaneous elections in the country has been renamed as the High Level Committee on One Nation, One Election, according to an official statement Wednesday.

  16. Russia’s parliament completed the passage of a law Wednesday withdrawing ratification of the global treaty banning nuclear weapons tests, evidence of the deep chill in relations with the United States as Moscow pursues its war in Ukraine.

  17. BJP MP Nishikant Dubey and lawyer Jai Anant Dehadrai are scheduled to record their statements before the Lok Sabha Ethics Committee, which will hold its first meeting on the cash-for-query charge against Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra today.

  18. Certain WTO countries, including India, Switzerland, Russia, and Japan, have criticised the safeguard measures imposed by the EU and the UK on imports of certain steel products, stating it is inconsistent with global trade rules, an official said.

  19. Indian Railways is running 4480 trips of 283 special trains till Chhath Puja this year for the convenience of rail travelers and to clear the extra rush of passengers

  20. Star allrounder Hardik Pandya is likely to sit out of India’s next two World Cup matches as he is yet to recover from his ankle injury that rendered him out of action last week.

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