Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- January 22, 2023

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- January 22, 2023

1-UK PM Police penalise Rishi Sunak for not using a seatbelt

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was penalised for not fastening his seatbelt while making a social media video in a moving vehicle. Sunak received a fixed-penalty notice from the police for failing to use his seatbelt, becoming him the second prime minister to do so in history.

2- A bomb threat causes a Moscow-bound aeroplane to be diverted to an airport in Uzbekistan

In the early hours of Saturday, a chartered aeroplane from Moscow headed for Goa with 240 passengers on board was diverted to Uzbekistan. According to the police, the flight was diverted when the Dabolim airport in the state received an email claiming there was a bomb on board.

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3-India vs. New Zealand Match Highlights from the 2023 Second ODI, with Md. Shami Picking Up Three Wickets

The Men-in-Blue humiliated the Black Caps at home after a close call in the first ODI.

Rohit Sharma, the Indian captain, chose to bowl first after winning the toss.

There were a lot of cricket fans at the stadium hoping for another run-fest.

India’s Reign of Terror was not what was anticipated to be an intriguing series.

Keep reading for a match review and highlights of the second ODI between India and New Zealand.

4-This Republic Day, “Military Tattoo” Will Steal The Show

Full dress rehearsals of “Military Tattoo” were held yesterday in the National Capital as Republic Day approaches. An extravagant musical and military exhibition is known as a military tattoo.

5 – The “Haath Se Haath Jodo” campaign logo is unveiled by Congress

On Saturday, the Congress unveiled the “Haath Se Haath Jodo Abhiyan” emblem and a “chargesheet” against the Narendra Modi-led national government. Starting on January 26, the “Haath Se Haath Jodo” campaign will go for two months.

6-India retaliates over BBC documentary; Modi administration bans contentious PM series

The controversial BBC documentary “India: The Modi Question” has been linked to in several YouTube videos and Twitter posts. The Modi government has issued instructions for banning these links. On Friday, the directives were issued utilising the IT Rules, 2021’s emergency powers. According to PTI, an investigation revealed that the documentary was an attempt to undermine the Supreme Court’s authority and reputation, foment discord among different Indian communities, and make unproven claims about foreign governments’ activities in India.

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