Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- January 25, 2023
1-New Zealand: Chris Hipkins is elected prime minister; Jacinda Ardern bids farewell
Following Jacinda Ardern’s abrupt departure last week, Chris Hipkins was sworn in as New Zealand’s 41st prime minister on Wednesday. Less than nine months will pass before he runs in the general election. Following her previous acceptance of Ardern’s resignation, Governor-General of New Zealand Cindy Kiro presided over the brief swearing-in ceremony in front of his friends and coworkers.
2-JNU students watch a BBC documentary on PM Modi, which is followed by stone-throwing and mayhem
Yesterday, JNU experienced extreme disorder and violence as a result of the administration turning off the campus’ electricity just as a group of students gathered to watch a BBC documentary on PM Modi at the JNU Students’ Union office. As soon as some people started claiming that ABVP members had thrown stones at students who had come to see the show, the conflict turned political.
3-A Day Before Its Release, Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan Was Leaked Online: Information
The Pathaan film appears to have been illegally released online a day before its release, despite a request by the producers to stop piracy. On Wednesday, Pathaan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham, will be available in more than a hundred nations.
4-A man from Bengaluru throws money into a crowded market. Observe what transpired next.
In Bengaluru’s well-known wholesale market for goods, KR Market, a 30-year-old man has been arrested for causing a public disturbance after he tossed cash from a flyover on Tuesday and briefly halted traffic. The individual, named as Arun, allegedly uploaded videos showing himself throwing a bundle of cash from a flyover and appeared to be attempting to promote himself as an event organiser in order to gain attention.
5-Will Rishi Sunak Include Free Movement Visas For Indians In The UK-India Trade Deal?
A progress has finally been made in the long-awaited Foreign Trade Agreement between India and the UK. The agreement is anticipated to be finished by 2023, according to Kemi Badenoch, the British Trade Minister in charge of the discussions. According to the agreement, each nation will provide 3,000 24-month student visas for graduates between the ages of 18 and 30 each year.