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1. In Jaipur, PM Modi gives French President Emmanuel Macron a replica of the Ram Mandir.
During his two days in India, French President Emmanuel Macron received a replica of the recently dedicated Ram Temple from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The meeting took place in the charming Rajasthani city of Jaipur, where the two presidents shook hands and grinned. This unusual gift highlights the strong cultural and religious ties between the two countries and represents a significant milestone.
2. Emmanuel Macron outlines France’s 2030 goal of accepting 30,000 Indian students.
French President Emmanuel Macron, who will be the major guest for India’s Republic Day festivities in 2024, has proposed a ground-breaking program to strengthen educational connections between the two countries. President Macron reaffirmed his commitment to achieving the extremely lofty goal of having 30,000 Indian students study in France by the year 2030. Macron announced the opening of a new program called “French for All, French for a Better Future,” which intends to establish French language study curricula in Indian public schools.
3. Cyclone Kirrily strikes Queensland, Australia; significant blackout due to intense rain
Tens of thousands of people are dealing with the aftermath of Tropical storm Kirrily in Queensland, Australia, after a severe storm struck. Overnight, a Category Two hurricane made landfall and left devastation in its path.
4-Hamas Says, “If Ceasefire Is Ordered,” Four Hours Before ICJ Ruling | Israel | Gaza
Hamas disclosed if it would follow the UN court’s decision in the event that it calls for a ceasefire one day before the International Court of Justice renders its preliminary decision in South Africa’s Gaza genocide lawsuit against Israel. Hamas also discussed the potential for Israeli hostages held in Gaza to be released.
5. Zomato Payments receives RBI approval to function as an online payment gateway.
Zomato, an online meal delivery service, announced on Thursday that the Reserve Bank of India has authorized it to operate as a “Online Payment Aggregator.”
6. Attari-Wagah Border Beating Retreat Ceremony | Wagah Border Parade
When the soldiers sheathed their weapons, stopped fighting, left the battlefield, and heard the retreat at dusk, it signified the end of a centuries-old military custom.
7-Israel is ordered by the World Court to cease provocations in Gaza.
In response to South Africa’s request, the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to lessen the suffering caused by the Gaza conflict, with special emphasis on preventing genocide. The court asks Israel to report on compliance within a month, but it has no authority to enforce its orders. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu refuted accusations of genocide while pledging to uphold and carry out required measures.
8- King Charles Supposedly Accused Of Surgery To Treat An Enlarged Prostate
Concerns have been raised by King Charles III’s admission to the London Clinic for prostate therapy and his impending operation for an enlarged prostate. The people are reassured by Buckingham Palace that the King is in good health. The health crisis involving the monarchy is being shared by Princess Kate Middleton’s unrelated stomach surgery and Duchess Sarah Ferguson’s recurring battle with skin cancer.
9- Vince McMahon, the co-founder of WWE, is sued and accused of trafficking and receiving silence payments.
In a complaint, Janel Grant, a former employee of WWE, charges co-founder and former chairman Vince McMahon of sexual assault, sex trafficking, and intimidation. Grant asserts that McMahon used threats to keep her job and coerced her into having a sexual relationship in an effort to traffic her for talent deals. The spokesman for McMahon refutes the claims, characterizing them as fabrications and lies.
10-Watch: Mahmood Ali, the former deputy chief minister of Telangana, passes out during a Republic Day event.
Mahmood Ali, the former deputy chief minister of Telangana, faints at the Republic Day celebrations in Hyderabad, as seen in shocking video. View the video that documents the unanticipated event and remain informed about any new developments. I hope Mahmood Ali gets well soon.
11- Venkaiah Naidu and Chiranjeevi are two of the 132 recipients of the 2024 Padma Awards; view the complete list.
The renowned Padma Awards were revealed by the Indian government on January 25, one day before Republic Day. This year marks India’s 75th Republic Day celebration. Konidela Chiranjeevi, Vyjayanthimala, Padma Subrahmanyam, M Venkaiah Naidu, and Bindeshwar Pathak (posthumous) have all been granted the Padma Vibhushan.
Actor Vijaykanth (posthumously), singer Usha Uthup, and BJP leader Ram Naik have all been given the Padma Bhushan. The first female Supreme Court judge, Chief Justice M. Fathima Beevi, will also be awarded the Padma Bhushan posthumously. Hormusji N Cama, the owner of Bombay Samachar, and actor Mithun Chakraborty will also be receiving the Padma Bhushan award.
12. ‘Nari shakti’ at the forefront of the first-ever all-female contingent march on R-day
Women’s empowerment, or “Nari Shakti,” was the focal point of India’s 75th Republic Day celebration. A tri-service contingent made up entirely of women marched in the Republic Day parade for the first time. 60 female soldiers from the army and the remaining 144 from the Indian Navy and Air Force made up the group. Women personnel also commanded the contingents of Delhi police and the Central Armed Police Forces.
13- The President’s Close Adviser and South Korean Lawmaker Got Beat Up With Rock Often Inside a building lobby,
Bae Hyun-Jin, a lawmaker from South Korea, was attacked by an unidentified assailant. A rock was thrown at the politician’s head several times. A bystander made an attempt to step in and halt the attack. To understand the entire context, watch the entire video.
14- India will send the fastest cruise missiles in the world, called “BrahMos For Manila,” to the Philippines.
India is getting ready to send the Philippines long-range supersonic BrahMos missiles. Within the following ten days, BrahMos ground systems will start to be exported. According to the head of DRDO, interest in weaponry manufactured in India has skyrocketed. With a peak speed of Mach 2.8, BrahMos is the world’s fastest cruise missile. See this report for additional details.
15-Putin gives PM Modi more plaudits and remarks, “India is making progress under his leadership.”
On January 25, Russian President Vladimir Putin paid tribute to Prime Minister Modi at Kaliningrad University. According to President Putin, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leading India forward.
He commended Prime Minister Modi of India for pursuing an autonomous foreign policy while considering the interests of the country.
Along with applauding the “Make in India” project, President Putin stated that Russia is eager to make significant investments going forward. President Putin and Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke over the phone earlier on January 15.
It was decided by both leaders to create a plan for enhancing their bilateral strategic alliance.
Additionally, PM Modi wished Russia luck when it serves as the BRICS President in 2024 and reaffirmed India’s unwavering support.
16-An order for Donald Trump to pay $83 million in E Case of the Jean Carroll Rape
In a recent federal trial, E. Jean Carroll, the former president of the United States, accused him of rape in the 1990s, and was awarded over $83 million in damages. $18.3 million in compensatory damages and a massive $65 million in punitive damages are included in the jury’s ruling. The ruling, which was issued by Federal Judge Lewis A. Kaplan, represented a significant legal advancement. Trump blasted the most recent decision.
In a prior trial, he was found not guilty of rape but guilty of sexual assault and slander, and a $5 million settlement was required. He promised to file an appeal, calling it a “Biden Directed Witch Hunt”. Carroll had demanded damages for the alleged rape at Bergdorf Goodman in 1996 in the amount of $12 million.
Carroll received a total of $83.3 million in damages, including $7.3 million in compensatory damages, $11 million for reputational restoration, and $65 million in punitive damages, after the jury determined that Trump’s remarks in June 2019 had hurt Carroll.
Trump gave a brief testimony throughout the trial in support of himself.
17-Russian embassy employees, dancers, and kids dress in vibrant Indian garb.
Republic Day was celebrated in style at the Russian Embassy in New Delhi. The embassy celebrated India’s Republic Day in a bright and cheery way, with workers, dancers, and kids all decked up in brilliant Indian clothing, dancing and partying.