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1. The ‘Man of the Year’ uproar for Georgia Meloni! Women’s Rights Activists Respond
Enter the contentious discussion as women’s rights advocates react angrily to Giorgia Meloni being named “Man of the Year” by a daily.
Come along as we examine the debate, the rationale for the name, and the vehement criticism from proponents of gender parity.
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3. Reaction to Goa’s Sunburn Festival Allegedly “Hurting” Religious Sentiment
Explore the contentious debate surrounding the Sunburn Festival in Goa, which has been accused of offending religious feelings.
Come discuss how the festival’s flamboyance, loud music, and backdrop of Lord Shiva’s image conflict, igniting a discussion about cultural sensitivity.
4-Actor Tommy Wilkinson, winner of an Emmy, Dies at the Age of 75
At the age of 75, renowned British actor Tom Wilkinson, who gained recognition for his parts in movies including “The Full Monty” and “Michael Clayton,” passed suddenly.
His family verified his unexpected death at home. George Clooney and other co-stars commended his style and skill.
Throughout his varied career, which included roles in theater, television, and film, Wilkinson received praise and accolades and made a lasting impression on British film.
5. Vladimir Putin Wishes India a Happy New Year and Praises Relationship with Prime Minister Modi
During a meeting with India’s Foreign Minister in Moscow, Russian President Putin praised Indian Prime Minister Modi for his position on global difficulties, especially the situation in Ukraine.
Despite the turmoil in the world, Putin welcomed the growing partnership between Russia and India.
He emphasized the importance of communication while acknowledging India’s objective position on the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
6-Two Strong Earthquakes Struck Indonesia; No Casualties Reported Despite Intensity
On New Year’s Eve, two powerful earthquakes shook Indonesia, causing significant seismic disruption.
The first struck Papua with a magnitude of 6.3; it was originally recorded at a depth of 39 km, but initially measured at 46 km.
About 225 miles east of Sinabang, in Aceh, there was another 5.9 magnitude earthquake.
Despite worries, there was no threat from a tsunami and no major damage or casualties were reported.
Being on the “Ring of Fire,” Indonesia is prone to frequent earthquakes and volcanoes, as demonstrated by previous tragic events.
7-Tehreek-E-Hurriyat of J&K is Banned by the Centre
For Seeking To “Establish Islamist Rule” Tehreek-e-Hurriyat (TeH) Jammu and Kashmir, a pro-Pakistan separatist group, was designated a banned organisation by the government on Sunday for inciting terrorism and disseminating anti-India propaganda within Union territory.
8- Rewind 2023 | Vikram Chandra | India’s Sports Achievements | The India Story
A revisit of the greatest sporting triumphs in India in 2023, as discussed with Neeraj Chopra, R Praggnanandhaa, Nikhat Zareen, and Harmanpreet Kaur.
9–Ram Temple Opening: VHP Alerts Devotees To Donor Fraud
According to the Vishva Hindu Parishad, on Sunday, “some people” have been requesting money under the Ayodhya Ram temple trust without permission.
As a result, the Union home ministry and Uttar Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath have received a complaint and are asking for prompt action against the individuals in question.
Vinod Bansal, national spokesperson for the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP), also issued a warning against anyone “trying to dupe” them in the name of the Sri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra temple trust in a post on X.
10-Mann ki Baat: During his monthly radio show, PM Modi emphasizes mental wellness and the AI technology “Bhashini.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated on Sunday that the momentum and spirit of “Viksit Bharat,” or self-reliance, are currently present in India and must be maintained until 2024.
In addition, Prime Minister Modi stated that people are expressing their emotions in a variety of ways and that the nation as a whole is excited about the upcoming opening of the Ram temple in Ayodhya.
He claimed that new poetry and “bhajans” are being written.
11- EAM Jaishankar gives Prime Minister Modi the first copy of his new book, “India that is more Bharat.”
EAM Jaishankar, who is well-known worldwide for his strategic thinking, has written yet another masterpiece.
The title of EAM Jaishankar’s latest book, “Why Bharat Matters,” reflects the significance and difficulties facing “New India.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi received the first copy of the book from the External Affairs Minister.
EAM Jaishankar provided details about his meeting with the Indian PM on X, the erstwhile Twitter platform. Following EAM’s successful completion of his tour to Russia from December 25 to 29, he will meet with PM Modi.
A passage from S. Jaishankar’s most recent book that highlighted the nation’s “quest to ascend the global hierarchy” was also presented.
12- Auckland, New Zealand, celebrates the arrival of 2024 with pyrotechnics
Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland will be the world’s first major metropolis to ring in the New Year as the clock strikes midnight.
The longest fireworks show in the Southern Hemisphere, lasting five minutes, will begin with a ten-second countdown shown on the Sky Tower’s base.►
13 Exciting Adventure Activities to Close Out 2023: Exclusive Report Towards the end of 2023, thrill-seekers participate in a range of exciting sports.
There is an activity for every thrill seeker, from paragliding over frozen lakes and waterfalls to speeding down snowy slopes on tube rides.
The crowd’s excitement as they wait to experience the thrill of a zip drive or soar into the skies is captured in our special report.
We talk to a number of attendees who are saying goodbye to the year in this daring way, all of which are building towards a joyous New Year’s Eve celebration.