#Breaking: Top headlines of India today. Today’s big news 13 January 2022

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UP elections: Unnao rape victim’s mother becomes Congress candidate

Congress today announced the names of 50 women candidates who were at the forefront of their issues. These include Unnao rape victim’s mother Asha Singh and former Samajwadi Party (SP) candidate for block chief Ritu Singh, who was allegedly assaulted and prevented from filing nominations by BJP workers.

Not a single day passes when no BJP leader leaves the party: Sharad Pawar

Nationalist Congress (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar on the issue of BJP MLAs leaving the party just before the elections in Uttar Pradesh, said not a single day passes when no BJP leader leaves the party.

Coronavirus: Cat urges PM to make policy in view of the increasing trend of ‘work from home’

The practice of work from home has gone on very fast since the beginning of the corona epidemic, now the Prime Minister has been urged to make a policy on this trend. According to the Confederation of All India Traders (CAT), the work from home culture has evolved rapidly in the last two COVID years and there is a need for concrete and structural rules and policies for the smooth running of this module.

More than 300 employees of parliament are corona positive, total of 708 infected

Between 9 and 12 January, more than 300 Parliament employees have been found infected with COVID-19.

India should warn Sri Lanka against attacking fishermen: PMK leader

Pattali Makkal Kutchi (PMK) founder S. Ramadoss said that the Indian government, which provides financial and military aid to Sri Lanka, should warn Sri Lanka not to attack the fishermen.

Tamil Nadu government assures to provide assistance to labourers

With the third wave of corona spreading across the country, the Tamil Nadu government has set up a control room to provide assistance to the migrant labourers in the state.

Law will come to ban online games in MP

According to media reports, in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, a child hanged himself due to an addiction to playing online free fire games. To prevent such incidents, the state government is going to enact a law banning on-game.

Government employees in Chhattisgarh will be able to work from home

Along with other parts of the country, the effect of the third wave of the corona is also visible in Chhattisgarh and the number of patients is increasing rapidly here. This is the reason that necessary steps are being taken to prevent the spread of this disease, in this sequence, the officers and employees have been given the option to work from home.

China will focus on providing nursing services for the elderly population

The growing elderly population in China is a major concern. From time to time, schemes are issued by the government to strike a balance among the population and take care of the elderly, etc. In this episode, China is going to take steps to meet the needs of the ageing population and improve their quality of life.

All venues will use 100% green electricity during the Winter Olympics

The status of the Green Winter Olympics and sustainable development work of the Beijing Winter Olympics and Beijing Winter Paralympics was introduced in the news briefing organized by the Chinese State Council on January 13.

Two-week curfew imposed in Tunisia

The Tunisian government will impose a new two-week curfew across the country on Thursday to contain the spread of the latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nigeria lifts Twitter ban after seven months

The Nigerian government lifted the ban imposed on Twitter in June last year, saying the micro-blogging platform has agreed to set up ‘a legal entity’ in the West African nation during the first quarter of this year.

India set a target of 212 runs for South Africa in the third test

Rishabh Pant (100) scored an unbeaten knock in the third and deciding match at Newlands as India scored 198 for 10 in 67.3 overs at tea on the third day, taking a 211-run lead over South Africa. From India’s side, Pant and captain Kohli put up an excellent partnership of 94 runs. African fast bowler Marco Jensen took the highest four wickets in his name. Now South Africa have to score 212 runs to win.

COVID blast at Osmania and Gandhi Hospital in Hyderabad

Telangana government-run Osmania General Hospital (OGH) and Gandhi Hospital here have been badly hit by COVID-19, with over 100 doctors, medical students and other staff members testing positive.

Hospitalization status stable despite rising in COVID-19 in Delhi: Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Thursday that the cases of COVID-19 are increasing rapidly in the national capital, but the rate of hospitalization due to the infection has remained stable.

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