The big news of 19 January 2023, Top 10 headlines 19 January 2023, Breaking news of 19 January 2023
ED freezes deposits worth Rs 90 crore of a company
According to media reports, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has claimed to freeze deposits of Rs 90 crore belonging to Vihaan Direct Selling India Pvt Ltd, the master franchisee company of QNet Ltd, in a case registered under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. has gone.
A massive fire broke out in a multi-storey building in Hyderabad
According to media reports, a massive fire broke out in a multi-storey commercial complex in Secunderabad on Thursday, which spread to two adjoining buildings.
Lalit Modi’s remarks against former AG Mukul Rohatgi: Supreme Court ready to hear the petition
According to media reports, the Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to consider a plea alleging that former IPL chairman Lalit Modi had made some derogatory remarks in a social media post against former Attorney General and senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi. .
Girls wearing burqas stopped from entering college
According to some media reports, the burqa controversy has again flared up in a college in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, after some girl students were denied admission for wearing burqas. The incident took place at the Hindu College in Moradabad.
Joshimath: Cracks in GMVN guest house where scientists are staying
Due to continuous increasing landslides in Joshimath, the situation is now becoming very serious. It has been told in the media reports that even the scientists who came here to investigate are not safe now. The GMVN guest house where the scientists stayed has developed cracks. This guest house has also come under the threat of landslides.
Over 100 RRUs were stolen from the mobile tower in Delhi-NCR, and five arrested
With the arrest of five persons, the Crime Branch of Delhi Police claims to have busted a gang of robbers who stole over 100 Remote Radio Units (RRUs) from various places in Delhi-NCR.
Congress opposes Centre’s new draft of IT rules, calls it ‘censorship’
Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera has said that while extending the consultation period for the draft amendments to the IT (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Code of Conduct) Rules 2021 till January 25, 2023, the Modi government has cleverly added a provision. It states that any news report which is deemed to be false, baseless or ‘fake’ by the ‘Fact Checking Unit’ of the Press Information Bureau (PIB) may be removed from social media/online websites/OTT platforms by the government.
Journalists not exempt from disclosing their sources to probe agencies: Court
Media reports have said that a Delhi court has said that there is no immunity for journalists to reveal their sources to the investigating agencies. Especially when doing so is helpful in the investigation of a criminal case. This was stated by Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Anjani Mahajan of Rouse Avenue Court.
NCR’s air again bad, the second stage of Grape implemented
In many cities of NCR, the second stage of the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) has been implemented for the prevention of air pollution. At present, the burning of coal has been banned in the factories of these cities. Gas will be used instead. To reduce pollution, the roads are being cleaned and water is being sprinkled on the roadside trees.
Vande Bharat Express will start soon between Delhi and Jaipur
The journey from Delhi to Jaipur is now going to be just two hours for the passengers. Indian Railways is now going to run the first Vande Bharat Express between Delhi and Rajasthan.
Meteorological Department predicts light rain, and snowfall in Kashmir Valley
The Meteorological Department has predicted a cloudy sky in Jammu and light rain or snow in the Kashmir Valley during the next 24 hours.
Protesting wrestlers not satisfied with the ministry’s reply, demand to dissolve the wrestling association
A meeting between Sports Ministry officials and a delegation of four wrestlers including Bajrang Punia, Vinesh Phogat and Sakshi Malik did not yield any result as the protesting wrestlers were not satisfied with the response.
Hooda came forward in support of the protesting wrestlers
Congress leader and former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda has come out in support of the sportspersons protesting against the Wrestling Federation of India and said that the government should take action against the guilty.
India condemns vandalism of temples in Australia, demands early probe
Condemning the recent vandalism of two Hindu temples in Australia, India has said it has taken up the matter with the Australian government and hoped that the culprits would be investigated and acted upon soon.
Musk will lay off more Twitter employees
Twitter owner Elon Musk is reportedly planning to lay off more employees from the microblogging platform after six weeks.
15 soldiers killed in fire at Armenian military barracks
At least 15 soldiers were killed in a fire at the barracks of a unit of the Armenian Armed Forces.