Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- February 4, 2023
1-‘Auspicious’ send-off for the NASA-ISRO satellite before it departs for India
Before leaving for its final destination, India, the NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar, or NISAR, an Earth science satellite being jointly built by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), received a send-off ceremony in California.
2-Manipur: A bomb went off near the Imphal location of Sunny Leone’s fashion show.
On February 4th, a large explosion occurred close to the Imphal fashion show event that the actress Sunny Leone was going to attend on Sunday. However, there were no reported injuries in the incident that happened in the capital of Manipur’s Hatta Kangjeibung neighbourhood.
3-Orthrus: A new Covid version makes the US and China more vigilant
In the continuously changing field of mutations with regard to Covid-19 variations, a new actor has appeared. And this new version has the ability to potentially surpass the destruction brought on by the two most deadly variants to date, the Omicron and Delta variants.
Despite the fact that there are currently no indubitable proofs of its efficacy… Nevertheless, it has raised anxiety among many specialists. In this video, we quickly examine the recently developed Covid-19 variation and assess their potential threat.
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4-The second Chinese spy balloon is seen over Latin America after the US.
A second Chinese spy balloon was reportedly sighted, this time above Latin America, according to a Pentagon statement. The Pentagon had earlier acknowledged that the US government had discovered a high-altitude surveillance balloon over the nation.
5-Jupiter now has 12 newly discovered moons, making it the planet with the most moons.
Astronomers have found 12 new moons orbiting Jupiter in a ground-breaking finding outside the Earth’s orbit. With the addition of the gas giant, Saturn is no longer the planet with the most moons.
6-PM Modi surpasses Sunak and Biden as the “most popular” leader; he has the “highest approval rate”
For the second year in a row, Prime Minister Narendra Modi won the title of most popular leader in the world. Modi scored the greatest approval rating of any world leader, 78%, according to a U.S.-based monitoring service called “Morning Consult.”
Additionally, Modi surpassed UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and US President Joe Biden, who are ranked seven and fifteen, respectively.
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7-Anand Mahindra accuses the “Global Media” of “wagering against India” in the wake of the Adani controversy”
In the midst of the Adani controversy, Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra slammed “Global Media” for “betting against India.” Nothing can stop India from becoming an economic superpower, the Industrialist wrote in a blunt tweet, adding that the nation’s economy had previously defied numerous obstacles to keep expanding.
8-Rishi Sunak cites “Dharma” as a reason for accepting the position of UK PM and is open about his wife Akshata Murthy
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has explained why he decided to accept the position after a year of protracted political unrest in his country. Sunak claimed that becoming UK PM was his “dharma” in an interview with “Talk TV.” After working at 10 Downing Street for 100 days, Sunak was speaking.
9-‘Blasphemy’ riots in Pakistan; college vandalism by Peshawar students due to ‘blasphemous content’
After a teacher allegedly insulted the companions of Prophet Muhammad, riots broke out in Peshawar, Pakistan. Riots broke out at Peshawar Model Degree College because of a teacher’s “blasphemy.” College furniture, window panes, school buses, and parked cars were all vandalised by students.
They urged action to be taken against the professor for alleged blasphemy. The “blasphemous content” was allegedly scribbled on an exam paper, according to Pakistani media. A “blasphemy” complaint has been filed against the instructor.
10-Veteran Singer Vani Jayaram, 78, Passes Away After Singing Over 10,000 Songs
Veteran playback singer Vani Jayaram, who performed over 10,000 songs in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Bhojpuri, Marathi, and other languages, passed away today at her Chennai residence.
11-Centre approves the appointment of 5 new Supreme Court judges.
In the midst of a protracted dispute between the administration and the judiciary over the appointment process, the centre on Saturday cleared the names of five judges for the Supreme Court, nearly two months after they had been proposed.