The big news of 23 December 2022, Top 10 headlines 23 December 2022, Breaking news of 23 December 2022
Bharat Biotech made the world’s first nasal corona vaccine, which will be used as a booster dose
The Government of India has approved the world’s first nasal corona vaccine. Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech, which manufactures Covaxin, has developed it in collaboration with the Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM). This vaccine taken from the nose can be applied as a booster dose. Firstly it will be made available in private hospitals, for which people will have to pay.
Stray Dogs, the first song from the movie Kutte released
The first song from the film Kutte – “Stray Dogs” is out and it is going to be yet another chartbuster from the vast repertoire of filmmaker-music composer Vishal Bhardwaj. Its dark, dirty and sinister world is made even more dangerous by stray dogs starring Arjun Kapoor, Tabu, Radhika Madan and Shardul Bhardwaj.
Karnataka health minister says Covid guidelines not politically motivated
Karnataka Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar has said that the steps taken to control Covid are based on scientific evidence and not political reasons.
The Prime Minister and the Home Minister expressed grief over the Sikkim accident.
Army truck fell into a ditch in Sikkim’s Jema on Friday. In this, 16 soldiers were killed and 4 were injured. Describing this accident as sad, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that he is hurt by the accident. At the same time, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that all possible help has been provided to the injured, may they get well soon.
Woman throws nine puppies into a pond, case registered
A case has been registered against a woman for allegedly throwing nine puppies into a pond in the Bilsi area of the Badaun district of Uttar Pradesh.
Power cut starts in Rajasthan from today
Keeping in view the increasing demand of power during the ongoing Rabi season, Rajasthan State Discoms have started power cuts from one to three hours from Friday.
163 new cases of COVID were reported in India, 9 died
In the last 24 hours, 163 fresh Covid cases have been reported in India.
Lok Sabha proceedings adjourned indefinitely, 97 per cent of work done
Lok Sabha proceedings were adjourned sine die on Friday. During the winter session of the Parliament, 97 per cent of the business was done in the Lok Sabha.
Firing in Paris..two killed, 4 injured due to shooting
A man opened fire on the streets of Paris on Friday, killing two people and injuring four others.
Suicide car bomb blast in Islamabad, one policeman killed
At least one policeman was killed and three policemen were injured in a suicide attack on Friday in the I-10 area of the federal capital, an Islamabad police spokesman said.
Okawa Award for Indian-American
Professor K. Nair of Columbia University of Indian origin and T.C. Chang have been awarded Japan’s prestigious Okawa Prize for their seminal work on computer vision and computational imaging. Professor of Computer Science at Columbia Engineering. Nair was awarded the award for his invention of innovative imaging techniques and their widespread use in digital photography and computer vision.
In the eighth wave of the COVID epidemic in Japan, 206,943 new cases registered
Japan is facing the eighth wave of Coronavirus. Health officials said that 206,943 new cases of coronavirus have been registered in Japan in one day, which is the highest number of cases ever recorded. For the first time on August 25, more than 2 lakh cases were registered in a single day in the country.
Twitter Blue users can now post videos up to 60 minutes long
Twitter on Friday announced the long-awaited feature that its boss Elon Musk promised to bring to the platform. Blu users can now upload videos from the web for up to 60 minutes in 1080p resolution and 2 GB file size.