The big news of 17 January 2023, Top 10 headlines 17 January 2023, Breaking news of 17 January 2023
Mamata Banerjee termed the ongoing debate on the Supreme Court collegium as ‘interference in the judiciary’
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday waded into the ongoing debate on the Supreme Court Collegium, terming the Centre’s stand in the matter as ‘interference in the judiciary.
Garhwal: Alto car fell into 250 meter-deep gorge, 3 people died on the spot
A car fell into a ditch near Saldogi village on the Agrakhal-Diuli motorway in Narendranagar tehsil of Garhwal. Three people died on the spot when the car fell into the ditch.
Investing in children is the foundation of sustainable economic development – UNICEF
Children’s issues were also openly discussed in the two-day meeting of Think 20 (T20) under G-20 in the capital of Madhya Pradesh. Discussing its outcome, experts said that India’s chairmanship of the G-20 is a unique opportunity for all of us to catalyze the change needed for sustainable development with a special focus on children.
JP Nadda will remain BJP’s National President till June 2024: Amit Shah
In view of the preparations for the Lok Sabha elections to be held in 2024, the presidential term of BJP’s current national president JP Nadda has been extended till June 2024.
Self-defence scheme launched for 10,000 girls in UP
The Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission (UPSDM) has launched a self-defence training pilot project for 10,000 girls in 16 cities of the state.
The energy minister said no connection between hydropower projects and the Joshimath collapse
Energy Minister R.K. Singh has said that NTPC’s Tapovan Vishnugarh hydropower project has nothing to do with the problem of land subsidence in Joshimath town of Uttarakhand, the problem is related to the land in the area.
Nitish Kumar said in the statement of the Education Minister, there is no need to interfere in the matter of religion
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, while giving his reaction for the first time on the remarks made by Education Minister Dr. Chandrashekhar regarding Ramcharitmanas, said that no one should interfere in the matter of religion.
New Nokia tablet with 10.3-inch display launched in India
Home of Nokia Phones HMD Global on Tuesday announced the launch of the new ‘Nokia T21’ tablet with a 10.3-inch display in the country.
Talks with India impossible till Article 370 is withdrawn: Pakistan
A day after Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif offered to talk to India on burning issues, Pakistan’s PMO made it clear that it will not hold talks with India unless it withdraws its illegal action on Kashmir on August 5, 2019. does not take it back.
Another Hindu temple vandalized in Australia: Report
Another Hindu temple in Australia has been attacked, leaving the Indian-origin community in shock. this information was given in a media report.
Heavy rain, and snow in California as the storm continues
Another storm hit California, bringing more rain, flooding and snow to the US Golden State.
IT Ministry preparing an integrated approach on Skill Games for all Ministries, States
In a meeting with top executives and founders of gaming companies, Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology Rajeev Chandrasekhar said that the IT ministry is formulating an integrated approach on skill games and it will be applicable across ministries and states.