Morning News Podcast: Doctors’ warning – Government repeating the mistake of second wave; General Rawat’s helicopter crashed due to pilot’s mistake

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today is saturday, date 15 january; Trayodashi date of Shukla Paksha of Paush month.

First of all, today’s major events, which will be seen

  1. PM Modi will interact with more than 150 startups through video conferencing.
  2. India will play its first match against South Africa in the Under-19 World Cup.

Now tomorrow’s major news, which will keep you updated
1. Letter to the government of top doctors, said – the mistake of the second wave is being repeated

A group of 35 top doctors of the country has written a letter to the central government saying that the government is repeating the mistake made in the second wave of Corona. Doctors have appealed for ‘Evidence Based Response’ in the third wave of Corona. He has asked to stop such drugs and tests, which are not necessary for treatment. Doctors have also expressed concern over unnecessary hospitalization.
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CDS Rawat’s chopper crashed due to pilot error, not a technical fault

The helicopter of the country’s first CDS General Bipin Rawat did not crash due to a technical fault, but due to the sudden change in weather, the pilot’s mistake was the cause of the accident. This has been said in the preliminary report of the Tri-Services Court of Inquiry, a joint investigation of the three services. The report said that the MI-17 helicopter carrying General Rawat had crashed due to sudden change in weather. Preliminary examination of the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder did not reveal any apprehension of negligence, tampering with machinery or technical glitch in the chopper. Read full news…

2. Team India’s 29-year drought is not over, South Africa won the series 2-1

South Africa beat India by 7 wickets in the third test match held in Cape Town. Africa achieved the target of 212 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. Also, Elgar & Co captured the Test series 2-1. With this, India’s dream of winning the series here for the first time in 29 years remained unfulfilled.
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3. Corona explosion in UP before election rallies, active cases increased by 382% in 6 days

There is a ban on rally-road shows till January 15 in the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. Corona has exploded in Uttar Pradesh even before the review of this ban. More than 70 thousand cases have been found here in the last 6 days, while the active cases of corona in the state have increased by 382 percent and the number of daily active positive cases has also increased by more than 200 percent.
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4. Active cases in the country cross 14 lakh; New cases decreased by 18% in Mumbai, but the highest number of deaths in six months

On Friday, the total active cases of corona in the country has crossed the figure of 14 lakhs. During the last 24 hours, 2.67 lakh new cases were found, while 1,22,311 people were discharged and 398 people died. New cases in Mumbai have decreased by 18% for the second consecutive day. However, after six months there have been 9 deaths in a day.
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5. Out of 21 Chief Ministers of UP, 6 Brahmins were the highest; Not a single Brahmin CM in last 32 years

The Chief Ministers of UP have two tenures. First- Brahmin period: 1946 to 1989, ie 39 years. In this, a total of 6 Brahmins became CM and ran UP for 20 years. Second- Brahmin zero period: 1989-2021, ie 31 years. Not a single Brahmin became CM in this.
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6. 5 big reasons for the defeat of Team India; Kohli’s injury and captaincy dispute with Rohit

The African team has won the 3-match Test series played between India and South Africa by 2-1. There were many reasons for this, of which 5 are the most important. These reasons include captaincy disputes before the series, Virat’s injury before the second Test and the flop of seniors like Rahane-Pujara.
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7. Imran’s defense in Pakistan clashed with the minister; Khatak said – you are the PM because of us

The ability of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is on the verge of bankruptcy, is now being questioned by his cabinet ministers. During a meeting, Imran Khan got entangled with his own Defense Minister Pervez Khatak. On this Khatak said that we have made you the Prime Minister.
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8. Priyanka’s secretary asked for money in exchange for tickets, alleges poster girl of ‘I am a girl, can fight’ campaign

Dr. Priyanka Maurya, the poster girl of Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi’s ‘Girl Hoon, Lad Sakti Hoon’ campaign, has accused her secretary of demanding a bribe. They say that because of not being able to bribe Priyanka Gandhi’s secretary Sandeep Singh, his ticket from Sarojini Nagar assembly seat in Lucknow was cut and given to Rudra Daman Singh.
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9. Now 6 airbags mandatory in a car up to 8 passengers, notification approved
Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari today approved the GSR notification to make 6 airbags mandatory in a car. Gadkari said on social media that in order to increase the safety in motor vehicles up to 8 passengers, now all the companies will have to provide 6 airbags in the base model of the car as well.
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Some important news, only in the headline

  1. Meet the cute child reporter from Kashmir; Bid- Government should repair the road in my area (read full news)
  2. Taliban punishment in Indonesia: Married woman was punished for having a relationship with a non-man (read full news)
  3. Amazing of Coveshield in Jharkhand: A person lying on the bed for 1 year stood up as soon as the vaccine was administered (read full news)

what happened today in history
Wikipedia, which has now become an important part of people’s search results, was born on this day. Wikipedia was started on 15 January 2001 by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Wikipedia was started with the idea that anyone could edit it. In the world of technology, the information gathered in such a way is called crowd sourcing.

Wikipedia was previously launched only in the English language, but today it is available in more than 300 languages. Wikipedia was launched in English in 2003. There are more than 55 million articles in Wikipedia and more than 1.8 billion users visit the Wikipedia page every month. (Read other incidents that happened today)

and now today’s thought
If you want people to care about your self respect, you have to prove yourself for it. – Ratan Tata

Have a nice day, see you tomorrow…


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