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One hour agoAuthor: Shubhendu Pratap Bhoomandal, News Brief Editor

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Congress leader Digvijay Singh raised questions on the surgical strike in 2016. Digvijay had said that the government has not yet given proof of this. Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi have expressed disagreement with Digvijay’s statement. Rahul said that even the Congress party does not agree with his statement.

Rahul said – I do not agree at all with what Digvijay Singh ji said. We have full trust on our army, if army does something then there is no need to give proof. At the same time, Kharge said that Congress is standing with the Indian Army and we respect the army. Congress has already issued an official statement in this matter.

On the other hand, India defeated New Zealand by 90 runs in the third match of the ODI series. India won the series 3-0. With this victory, the Indian team has now become the number-1 team in the world in ODI cricket. We are already number-1 in T20, while our ranking is number-2 in Tests.

Today’s major events, which will be watched

  1. Hearing in Delhi’s Patiala House Court on Jacqueline Fernandez’s demand to go abroad.
  2. The delegation of Tanzania’s ruling party will start a 7-day tour of India.

5 big news, which will keep you updated…

1. Rahul said – In our party the matter is not suppressed, Digvijay was questioned by the media, Jairam Ramesh got angry

Rahul was asked why no action was taken against Digvijay. On this, Rahul said that our party is a democratic party, there is no dictatorship here. We do not believe in running the party by suppressing the voice of others. Here people are allowed to speak their mind, no matter how different it may be from the ideology of the party. Whatever Digvijay ji said are his personal views, but the views of the party are above his views.

During the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Jammu itself, Jairam Ramesh got angry after asking questions to Congress leader Digvijay Singh. Media was questioning Digvijay on his statement on surgical strike. In the meantime, Jairam Ramesh came and said – Enough is enough. You guys let us go. We have answered all the questions. You go to the Prime Minister and ask questions.
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2. Rijiju said after intelligence reports received by SC collegium became public – it threatens national security
The Supreme Court had last week made public the Centre’s objections to the judges and the RAW-IB reports. On this, Law Minister Kiren Rijiju gave a statement on Tuesday. He said that the Supreme Court Collegium had put some parts of sensitive reports of intelligence agencies in the public domain. Intelligence agency officers work in secret for the country.

If his report is made public, he will think twice about writing it in future. This is a matter of grave concern. In fact, the Supreme Court collegium wants to appoint gay lawyer Saurabh Kripal to the Delhi High Court, but the Center has objected to Kripal’s name citing reports from intelligence agencies.
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3. Delhi mayor election postponed after uproar, sloganeering by AAP-BJP members; climbed on the table, threw bottles

The process of elections for the mayor, deputy mayor and members of the standing committee of Delhi has been postponed after huge uproar. AAP members raise slogans as voting begins at Civic Center in MCD. BJP leaders also raised slogans of Jai Shri Ram and Bharat Mata Ki Jai. Members of both the parties threw bottles at each other. Earlier on January 6 also, the election could not be held due to uproar.

Union Minister Meenakshi Lekhi said that it is a matter of great sadness that everyone was sitting to cast their vote but then there was ruckus. This should not happen, the democratic process should be followed. At the same time, Delhi’s Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said that BJP is running away from the election of Mayor, he knows that AAP Mayor will speed up the work which BJP could not do.
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4. Wrestlers’ displeasure over the Oversight Committee, Vinesh-Sakshi-Poonia said – Sports Ministry did not consult us
Wrestlers who have accused Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh of sexual harassment and dictatorship have raised questions on the Oversight Committee constituted by the Sports Ministry. Wrestlers Vinesh Phogat, Bajrang Punia and Sakshi Malik have said that they were asked to consult us before forming the committee. but that did not happen.

All three wrestlers have expressed their displeasure by tweeting. All the three wrestlers have also tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur in their tweets. On January 23, Anurag Thakur announced the formation of an oversight committee of five members. The committee is headed by world champion boxer Mary Kom. Olympic medalist wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt, Dronacharya awardee Trupti Murgunde, TOPS CEO Rajagopalan and Radha Sriman are among its members.
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5. India beat Kiwis, Rohit hits his second fastest century in ODI cricket

Team India has defeated New Zealand and swept the series 3-0. Batting first after losing the toss, India scored 385 runs. In response, the Kiwi team was all out for 295 runs in 41.2 overs. Captain Rohit Sharma scored the second fastest century of his ODI career on Tuesday. He scored 101 runs in 85 balls. ODI century came after three years from Rohit’s bat.

Rohit has equaled Ricky Ponting’s record by scoring 30 centuries in ODI cricket. Only Virat Kohli (46) and Sachin Tendulkar (49) have scored more centuries than Rohit and Ponting. Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill made an opening partnership of 212 runs in 157 balls. Gill completed his sixth century. India has also won the 7th ODI match in a row.
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Some important news in the headline…

  1. JNU power and internet shut down: Some students were about to screen BBC documentary on PM Modi (Read full news)
  2. Jio started 5G service in 50 more cities: Now Jio 5G in 184 cities of 17 states of the country, service will be available in the whole country by December 2023 (Read full news)
  3. RRR’s song Natu-Natu nominated for Oscars: Two documentaries of India are also in the race for the award (Read full news)
  4. Gold again all time high: reached 57 thousand 362 rupees, by the end of the year the price can go up to 64 thousand rupees (Read full news)
  5. Earth trembled in 5 states including Delhi-NCR: tremors felt for 30 seconds, intensity 5.9; The epicenter of the earthquake was in Nepal (Read full news)
  6. 6000 page charge sheet filed in Shraddha case: When Shraddha went to friend’s house, angry Aftab cut her into 35 pieces (Read full news)

News but something different…

Mission Majnu connection of power failure in Pakistan, people said – Indian spy blew up electricity grid instead of nuclear plant

There was a power failure in Pakistan for about 22 hours on Monday. Somehow electricity supply was restored in about 60% of the country during the night. After this, people woke up on Tuesday morning and then there was a power cut. The Shahbaz Sharif government was to be blamed for the power failure and it did happen, but on social media Pakistani people are blaming Siddharth Malhotra, the hero of Bollywood’s recent release ‘Mission Majnu’, for this.

In the memes that Pakistanis are posting on social media, it is being said that the aim of Mission Majnu was to blow up Pakistan’s nuclear plant, but it fraudulently blew up the electricity grid or plant there. The story of Mission Majnu, released on January 20, is of a RAW officer. He goes to Pakistan to foil Pakistan’s nuclear plans.
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