LIVE Updates: Novak Djokovic, the world’s number one tennis player again in custody, will be heard in the court of Australia today

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World number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has been detained for the second time in Australia. Djokovic’s lawyer gave this information. He has been detained ahead of a hearing in an Australian court. Now the court will decide whether Djokovic can stay in Australia without vaccination or not. Earlier, Australia’s Immigration Minister Alex Hawke had canceled Novak Djokovic’s visa. Alex Hawke had said that this decision has been taken in the interest of the people.

Other important news of today..

Kim Jong Un out of missile testing antics

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is not deterring his missile testing antics. Kim Jong has once again tested two railway-borne tactical guided missiles. Information about this has been given by the state media. This is North Korea’s third missile test this month, despite US sanctions.

Ukraine claims – Russia did cyber attack on it
Ukraine, standing on the verge of war with Russia, has been subjected to a major cyber attack. Due to this attack, the government websites of the country were closed. Now Ukraine says that it has found many such clues that it has come to know that Russia itself had carried out the cyber attack on its country. Let us tell you that there is constant tension on the border of both Russia and Ukraine. Russia has deployed 1 lakh soldiers on the border.

PM Modi to talk to startup founders

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will interact with startup founders today at 10:30 am via video conference. Startup founders from different sectors including agriculture, health, space, fintech will participate in this conversation. More than 150 startups have been divided into 6 working groups. The purpose of this interaction is to understand how startups can contribute to the national needs by emphasizing on innovation in the country.

Election Commission to review ban on rallies in five states

The Election Commission will take a decision today regarding the ban on rallies for the assembly elections to be held in five states including Uttar Pradesh. Due to the increasing cases of Corona, the commission had banned the election rallies till January 15. This period is being fulfilled today. A decision is expected to be taken on the rallies based on the data of corona infection in the states. The Election Commission had spoken to the Union Health Secretary before releasing the schedule for the assembly elections in the five states.

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