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  1. Delhi CM Kejriwal says his party will contest all the 90 Assembly seats in Haryana on its own, but the LS polls will be fought as part of INDIA bloc

  2. The Ministry of Education (MoE) Sunday clarified that no reserved posts can be de-reserved after severe outcry over draft guidelines by the University Grants Commission (UGC) proposing that any vacancy reserved for SC, ST and OBC candidates can be declared unreserved if enough candidates from these categories are not available.

  3. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to visit Odisha twice in February, state BJP president Manmohan Samal said Sunday.

  4. JD(U) president Nitish Kumar Sunday took oath as Chief Minister of Bihar for a record ninth time after a dramatic volte-face, ditching the Mahagathbandhan and the Opposition bloc INDIA and forming a new government with the BJP, which he had dumped less than 18 months ago.

  5. Child rape cases, encompassing all forms of penetrative assaults, have registered a rise of 96 per cent from 2016 to 2022, according to an analysis of the NCRB data by child rights NGO CRY

  6. The Odisha SSB Lecturers’ Association Sunday threatened not to cooperate in the annual Plus II examination and evaluation if the state government does not take immediate measures to fulfill their demands within 15 days.

  7.  The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) has arrested three persons after recovering two elephant tusks weighing 8.986 kg from their possession, an official said Sunday.

  8. 5T and Nabin Odisha Chairman Kartik Pandian reviewed the progress of various development projects and interacted with students as well as general public during his visit to Keonjhar, Sunday.

  9. About 5,000 women, dressed in traditional sarees, participated in ‘Pattathon’ (minimarathon) Sunday under the encouragement and inspiration of KIIT and KISS founder Achyuta Samanta. The event was organised by K3 Breakfree. The event was held from 7am to 8am, with the women employees of KIIT, KISS and KIMS participating in it.

  10. The National Green Tribunal’s (NGT) Kolkata bench has formed a committee to inquire into the illegal sand mining on Kusei riverbed near Deogaon under Ghashipura tehsil in Keonjhar district.

  11. The Trinamool Congress Sunday took out a rally in the metropolis, demanding the immediate release of MGNREGA funds due to the state by the Centre.

  12. Amidst differences in opposition bloc INDIA over seat sharing with TMC in Bengal for Lok sabha polls, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi Sunday called on the Bengal and Bengalis to spearhead the battle against prevailing injustices in the nation.

  13. Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, the Punjab government announced restoration of 10.77 lakh ration cards to enable their holders to avail the benefits of the ration being supplied under the Public Distribution System (PDS).

  14. Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren went on an unplanned visit to Delhi after the Enforcement Directorate issued fresh summons, asking him to join the investigation in a money laundering case. Soren travelled to the national capital Saturday night, triggering speculations.

  15. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla Sunday said a committee chaired by Maharashtra Assembly Speaker Rahul Narwekar has been set up to review the anti-defection law. Birla made this announcement during the valedictory session of the 84th All India Presiding Officers’ Conference here.

  16. Clashes broke out in Maldives’ Parliament Sunday between pro-government MPs and opposition lawmakers over differences over the approval of four members of pro-China President Mohamed Muizzu’s cabinet.

  17. South Korea's military said Sunday that North Korea fired several cruise missiles from waters off an eastern military port, in the country's latest weapons demonstration in the face of deepening tensions with the United States, South Korea and Japan.

  18. India is seeking to distance itself from its largest arms supplier after Russia’s ability to supply munitions and spares was hobbled by the war in Ukraine, but must step carefully to avoid pushing Moscow closer to China, Indian sources said.

  19. Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs) have dumped Indian equities worth `24,700 crore so far this month, owing to surging bond yield in the US.

  20. The pushback started by incandescent Ollie Pope (196, 278b, 21x4) was given its perfect conclusion by debutant left-arm spinner Tom Hartley (7/62) whose soul-ripping spell fashioned England’s memorable 28-run win over India on the fourth day of the first Test here Sunday.

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