Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- January 21, 2023
1- Jacinda Ardern abruptly resigns as New Zealand’s prime minister.
Jacinda Ardern, the prime minister of New Zealand, has declared she will step down because she “no longer had enough in the tank” to carry out her duties effectively.
The prime minister revealed the shocking news at a caucus meeting on Thursday, saying she gave herself time over the summer to think about whether she could keep her job, but eventually determined it was not viable.
Clearly overcome with emotion, Ms. Ardern continued, “For me, it’s time.”
2-Chris Hipkins will succeed Jacinda Ardern as the next prime minister of New Zealand
After Jacinda Ardern’s dramatic resignation on Thursday, which not only rocked New Zealand but the entire world, the Labour party has picked a new prime minister for the country. On Saturday morning, the party caucus nominated Chris Hipkins, the minister of education and law enforcement and one of the main designers of the Covid reaction, without opposition.
3-Rishi Sunak is spotted in a video message not wearing a seatbelt.
While travelling the nation to promote new levelling up funding, Rishi Sunak came under fire for appearing to not be wearing a seatbelt.
Viewers of a video of the Prime Minister speaking that was uploaded to his Instagram feed observed that he had not buckled up before setting out on his tour.
4-Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant, a newly engaged couple, perform a Ganesh Puja
On Friday, the Ambani family celebrated Ganesh Puja. Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s engagement celebration was the occasion for the puja. On January 4, the wedding ceremony took place at Mukesh Ambani’s Antilla home in Mumbai.
5-Modi government posts images of the new Indian Parliament; is the building ready for the budget?
The new Parliament building in India is nearly finished and will be unveiled at the end of this month. The Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry, which is in charge of developing the new parliament building, has made interior shots of the triangular building’s public.
The 888-seat Lok Sabha hall of the new Parliament building is decorated with peacocks, and the 384-seat Rajya Sabha hall is decorated with lotuses.
6-Among the 56 kids, 3 Punjabi bravehearts received national bravery medals
The Tribune began publishing on February 2, 1881, in Lahore and is currently based in Chandigarh (now in Pakistan). It was founded by the public-spirited philanthropist Sardar Dyal Singh Majithia, and it is currently overseen by a trust with five illustrious trustees.
7-Three persons are feared killed in the Secunderabad fire catastrophe
Three individuals are reportedly stuck inside a six-story building in Secunderabad a day after a massive fire broke out there. The building’s dense smoke had made it difficult to conduct searches. Drones have been used to support the search efforts.