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When and who gave a statement on the cultivation of blood? Who cut the ticket for Modi’s niece? Which record was made on the first day in Chennai Test? This morning we have brought 12 such special news stories. So let’s start the morning news brief.
First let’s see what the stock market is saying
The market cap of BSE was Rs 200.33 lakh crore. Shares of 54% of the companies declined.
Shares of 3,128 companies were traded. Shares of 1,289 companies rose and 1,688 fell.
Today these events will be monitored
Home and abroad
Farmers across the country
Farmers who are agitating against the agricultural laws, will conduct checks all over the country today. The United Kisan Morcha has said to do a check-up from 12 noon to 3 pm. However, Bharatiya Kisan Union spokesperson Rakesh Tikait said that we will not do road jams in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Delhi. Only memorandum will be handed over to officers in the districts here. The deployment of 31 companies of Central Reserve Police Forces (CRPF) in Delhi-NCR has been extended for two weeks in view of the farmers’ discourse. All CRPF units have been asked to put an iron net on their trains.
Now Rihanna has surrounded herself
The American singer, who questioned India about the peasant movement, is now in controversy himself. The first controversy is about posting in support of his farmer movement. Reports claimed that for this he was given Rs 18 crore by a Canadian PR firm, which is associated with a pro-Khalistan. The second controversy is about the products of his company Fanti Beauty. Most of the raw material required for this goes from India. It is claimed that the children of poor farmers of India extract this raw material by working in the mines. Here, the police have sought a report from Google in the Greta Thanberg case.
Debate on farmers issue in Parliament
The issue of farmers debated in the Rajya Sabha on Friday. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut and Congress leader Anand Sharma surrounded the government fiercely during the discussion that lasted nearly three hours. After this, Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar also made harsh comments on the opposition. He said that there should be a provision in the Contract Act which is anti-farmer. Farmers have been tricked. The world knows that agriculture is done with water, only Congress can do farming with blood, BJP cannot do it. However, his statement was dropped from the proceedings of the House.
Center decides on UPSC
Last year, the candidates who appeared in the UPSC exams will get another chance this year. The government said this in a hearing in the Supreme Court on Friday. This will benefit the candidates who had appeared in the last examination. The government said in the court that the candidates who tried last may be given a chance this year provided they have not crossed the age of appearing for the examination. UPSC Civil Services Examination (CSE) can be attended by any candidate up to four times. Taking the exam for the fourth time is called last attachment.
Home and auto loans will not be cheap
If you have taken home loan, auto loan or any kind of loan then it will not be cheap right now. This is because the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has not changed the interest rates. The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Reserve Bank has retained the repo rate at 4% and the reverse repo rate at 3.35%. The rate at which banks pay interest on taking loans from RBI is called repo rate. At the same time, interest received by banks on keeping their savings with RBI is called reverse repo rate.
Now high speed internet in Jammu and Kashmir
High-speed Internet service has been restored in Jammu and Kashmir on Friday. After 18 months 4G internet service has been resumed in the state. This information was given by Rohit Kansal, Principal Secretary, Power and Information Department, Jammu and Kashmir. High speed internet service was discontinued in Jammu and Kashmir before the withdrawal of special state status in August 2019. 2G Internet service in the state was restored on 25 January 2020. On 16 August 2020, high speed internet service was started on a trial basis in Udhampur and Ganderbal. In the remaining districts, only 2G internet service was continued.
IND vs ENG Chennai Test
The first Test is being played in Chennai between India and England. By the end of the first day’s play, England scored 263 for 3 wickets. England captain Joe Root returned to an unbeaten pavilion scoring 128 runs. He made his 20th century of Test career. This is Root’s 100th Test. He is the world’s 9th player and England’s third player to score a century in the 100th Test. He has scored centuries in three consecutive Tests. He has become the first player in the world to score centuries in the 98th, 99th and 100th Tests.
Fastest vaccination in the world in India
It has been 21 days since Corona vaccination has started in the country. During this period, more than 50 lakh people have been vaccinated. India has achieved this feat in the shortest time. It took the United States 24 days, Britain 43, and Israel 45 days in the vaccination of 5 million people. On Friday, 3,31,029 people were vaccinated in India. Union Health Ministry said that 52,90,474 people have been vaccinated till 6 pm on February 5. There have been very few cases of side effects in them. A total of 27 people have been admitted to the hospital so far. There has been no case of admitting anyone to the hospital in the last 24 hours.
Math of sensex and investment
The week ended well for the Bombay Stock Exchange, or the BSE Sensex. In the same week, the Sensex closed above 50 thousand for the first time and on Friday also the Sensex ended at 50,732 points. You must have also heard and read the news of fluctuations in the company’s stock, but what is this Sensex? How to invest in it? What would be the benefit? How is it made? How many shares does it contain? How do all shares change? How did its name come about? What is the difference between SENSEX and NIFTY? Let’s know …
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Turnover of millions from honey business
Meet the Prateek horse of Ahmedabad today. Prateek studied Chartered Accountant (CA). Worked in different companies for 14 years. He was in the mind of doing his business from the beginning, so he left a frozen job and started a honey business. Their hard work paid off and in just six months, the company with a turnover of Rs 30 lakhs was formed. Now Prateek’s company is producing many flavored honey in addition to normal honey.
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Modi’s niece has no ticket
The Gujarat BJP has refused to give the election ticket to Sonal Modi, the niece of PM Narendra Modi. Sonal had sought a ticket from the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation. The party says that according to the new rules, relatives of big leaders will not be given tickets in this election. Sonal has not been given a ticket under this. Body elections are due in Gujarat in late February. Sonal is the daughter of Prime Minister’s elder brother Prahlada Modi, who is also the president of the Gujarat Fair Price Shop Association.
Biden’s first speech on foreign policy
Joe Biden, who took the oath of office of the US President on 20 January, put the picture of the new foreign policy for the first time. For this, he specially reached the State Department i.e. the Ministry of External Affairs. He told the world – America is back. Did not say anything about India, but gave some hints on the issues of China and Myanmar. On the Yemen crisis, he indicated to Saudi Arabia that he should be vigilant about human rights.
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