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The big news of 22 January 2023, Top 10 headlines 22 January 2023, Breaking news of 22 January 2023 PM welcomes CJI’s idea of SC judgments in regional languages Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Chief Justice of India Justice D.Y. Chandrachud’s suggestion that Supreme Court judgments should be made available in regional languages. Law Minister said, Supreme Court has ‘hijacked the constitution’ Amid the ongoing tussle between the Center and the judiciary over the appointment of judges, Law Minister Kiren Rijiju on Sunday cited a retired high court judge’s remark that the Supreme Court has “kidnapped” the Constitution by deciding on the appointment of judges. and said he found the former judge’s view ‘sensible’. Voice of a Judge…Real beauty of Indian Democracy is- it's success. People rule themselves through their representatives. Elected representatives represent the interests of the People & make laws. Our Judiciary is independent and our Constitution is Supreme. — Kiren Rijiju (@KirenRijiju) January 21, 2023 Delhi’s air quality is very poor, rain expected in many states The air quality in the national capital Delhi slipped to the very poor category on Sunday with the city’s Air Quality Index (AQI) being recorded at 373. Chris Hipkins will be the new Prime Minister of New Zealand Chris Hipkins will become the 41st Prime Minister of New Zealand. This was confirmed by the New Zealand Labor Party at a press conference on Sunday. CRPF built a shelter house in the AIIMS campus, accommodation for 200 people The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has constructed a shelter home at the AIIMS Trauma Complex in view of the harsh winter. This shelter home has accommodation for 200 people. Proper arrangements have also been made for food and drink for the people staying in it. Modi government failed on education front: Kharge Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge on Sunday alleged that the central government has failed on the education front. Modi Govt's Report Card on 'Education' also earns an '𝐅' 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐅𝐀𝐈𝐋 ! 📚Students in Std III who can read Std III textbooks declined to 20% in 2022 from 25% in 2014 📚Students…