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1. Benefits for 25 Lakh Veterans, Union Cabinet Approves Revision of Military OROP Pension
2. Bharat Jodo Yatra enters Delhi, Rahul Gandhi declares, “Here to Open Your Bazaar Love Shop”
Rahul Gandhi declared that he was there to “open a shop of love in the BJP and RSS market” as the Congress’s Bharat Jodo Yatra rolled into the capital early on Saturday morning. He said: “While some are promoting hatred, the common citizen of the country is increasingly talking about love. Thousands of people have joined the yatra in all states. I told the RSS-BJP members that we are coming to open a shop of love in your “bazaar” of hate.
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3. 81 million people will receive free food grains for one year
4. Experts Say India May Not See ‘Big Wave’ Unless China Develops New Variants
The dramatic rise in COVID-19 cases in China has caused some concern in India, but experts say the country has continued to show a steady downward trend in recent months. They believe that if there is no fresh variety in China due to the constant circulation, it is doubtful that there will be another “big wave”. However, specialists warn that when the circulation of viruses is high, there is a need to increase surveillance because there is a greater potential for mutation.
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5. Hinduja raises bid for Reliance Capital to Rs 9,400 crore
6. NCPCR call | Byju will determine the financial capability of the parents before registration
7. Harmanpreet to lead India in hockey at World Cup
Team India’s journey to repeat its Olympic triumph in Tokyo at the World Cup began on Friday when Hockey India (HI) unveiled an 18-member squad that will try to win the nation’s first medal in 48 years. Harmanpreet Singh, India’s leading drag-flicker, has been selected by coach Graham Reid and the selection committee to lead the world No. 6 at the World Cup from January 13-29. Harmanpreet Singh led India for the first time in the Pro League in October-November in an effort to “grow the leadership team”.
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8. Sam Curran becomes the most expensive buy in IPL auction history after Mumbai shell out $17.5 million for Australian Campbell Green.
England Allrounder Sam Curran became the most expensive signing in the history of the Indian Premier League auction on Friday. Punjab Kings paid a whopping Rs 18.5 crore to acquire 24-year-old Curran, who won Australia’s 2022 T20 World Cup Player of the Tournament.
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9. Asus launches two compact PCs in India with a starting price of Rs 34,790
10. North on radar, South under control
Kannada film producers Vijay Kiragandur and Chaluve Gowda seem like magicians if there is magic in films. The production team produced blockbuster hits KGF: Chapter 2 and Kantara in a year where most of the films ended disastrously at the box office. Hombale Films has a great year ahead in 2023 with the Prabhas-starrer action film Salaar. “We want to create films about India. Hence, Salaar was announced as an Indian film rather than a Telugu one. Almost 85% of the shooting is over. Next month, the sequel alone is to be shot at Hyderabad’s Ramoji Film City. It is expected to be our biggest film to date. Since Baahubali, Prabhas has not been seen in the same way, Kiragandur said. The film will also release in Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam and also stars Prithviraj Sukumaran and Shruti Haasan.
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