#Breaking: Top headlines of India today. Today’s big news 18 January 2022

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MA in Hindu Studies at BHU, Hindu Studies course launched

MA in Hindu Studies, a Hindu Studies course has been started in Banaras Hindu University (BHU). This program has started today on 18th January itself. BHU has described it according to the concept of Mahamana Pt. Madanmohan Malviya. Its formula is transformed into the concept of Mahamana Malaviya ji, starting with the 18th-century scholar Pt. Ganganath Jha.

Priyanka Gandhi came to the rescue of Archana Gautam, said, ‘Why questions are not asked to PM Modi’!

According to media reports, Congress National General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi said in the controversy and mud-slinging case on Archana Gautam, Congress candidate from Hastinapur assembly constituency in Uttar Pradesh, why only women are asked questions related to marriage? Why such questions are not asked to PM Narendra Modi?

Center asks states, union territories to expedite COVID testing

The central government has asked states and union territories to step up COVID-19 testing in a strategic manner to track the spread of the pandemic.

COVID peak may hit the country in two to three weeks: SBI Research

New cases of COVID seem to be stabilizing in Maharashtra’s financial capital Mumbai, but infections are increasing in other places like Bengaluru and Pune. SBI Research has claimed this in a report.

After the raid on Channi’s family, Congress said, ED is the election department of BJP

Expressing displeasure over the ED’s raids on close relatives of Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, the Congress has accused the BJP of misusing the government agency. Congress says it is ready to fight the battle in Punjab and will tell people how BJP is trying to harass the only Dalit Chief Minister of the country.

Supreme Court asks Center to answer – Why only 19 women candidates out of 400 in NDA?

The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Center to explain why out of 400 seats in the National Defense Academy (NDA) in 2023, women candidates were limited to 19 seats.

Akhilesh Yadav said, ‘The party will run a campaign of 300 units of free electricity

Samajwadi Party National President Akhilesh Yadav has started a big campaign saying that SP will run ‘300 units of electricity, get naam likhao, chhut na jao’ campaign. SP workers will reach the door to door under this campaign.

Supreme Court asks Center to ‘provide data on deaths due to starvation’

According to media reports, the Supreme Court on Tuesday questioned the central government for not reporting any death due to hunger. The top court said that from this it can be understood that there is no death due to hunger in the country. The top court asked the government to submit the latest data on starvation deaths and prepare a model plan for state governments to implement on community kitchens to address hunger and malnutrition.

Treatment of incurable wounds, the big benefit for diabetics – BHU research

Scientists of Banaras Hindu University have done important research in the direction of the treatment of old and incurable wounds. Research has revealed that wounds that had not healed for months were healed in a few days. Diabetes patients will especially benefit from this research. This research has recently been published in America.

COVID infection does not happen through mother’s milk, vaccine is a strong protective shield

The cases of the new variant Omicron of Corona are continuously increasing in the country. Pregnant women should not fall prey to this, doctors have given many suggestions regarding how to keep their unborn child safe. According to experts, the corona vaccine can reduce many types of infections, as well as reduce the complications caused by corona. It is a strong protective shield in itself.

Moderna’s effective vaccine for covid and flu will be available by next year

US drugmaker Moderna is working on a combined COVID-19 and flu booster shot, which could be available in some countries as soon as 2023. The company’s CEO Stefan Bansel gave this information.

Death toll in Afghanistan earthquake rises to 22

The death toll in the 5.6-magnitude earthquake in Afghanistan’s western province of Badgis has risen to 22.

Will Omicron end the corona pandemic? Know what America’s epidemic infectious disease expert Fauci said

US epidemiological infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci has said that it is too early to say whether Omicron will end the Covid pandemic as other similar variants with the potential to dodge vaccines may emerge.

Unmukt Chand becomes first Indian cricketer to play in BBL

Former Under-19 World Cup-winning captain Unmukt Chand on Tuesday became the first Indian cricketer to play in Australia’s Big Bash League (BBL).

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