Mann Ki Baat: Mann Ki Baat News Live Updates: Prime Minister Modi Highlights Assam’s Animal Conservation Efforts, Talks Importance of Vaccination

While reading a postcard sent by Navya Verma from Uttar Pradesh’s Prayagraj, in which she wrote about India of her dream in 2047, where everyone lives a dignified life, where farmers are prosperous and where there is no corruption, Prime Minister Modi said: “Your dream for the nation is commendable. The country is also making rapid strides in this direction.”
“Corruption is like a termite making the country hollow. Why wait until 2047 to get rid of it?” said the prime minister.
Prime Minister Modi stated that there is an urgent need to get rid of corruption and said: “This is a job that all compatriots, the youth of today, must do together; we must do it as soon as possible. That is why it becomes very important that we prioritize to our duties, where there is a sense of duty, where duty reigns supreme – there is no corruption.”

Here are other top stories from today:

  • India reports 2,34,281 new cases as total number of cases rises to over four crore
  • Total number of infections stands at
  • The death toll rose to 4,94,091 with 893 deaths reported
  • Active cases fell by 1,19,396 to 18,84,937 – 4.59% of the total number of infections – while the country’s recovery rate is 93.89%
  • Daily positivity rate now at 14.50%, weekly at 16.40%
  • Death rate registered at 1.20%
  • Vaccine doses administered COVID-19: 165.70 crore.

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Factory activity in China slows in January amid virus outbreaks

The Purchasing Managers’ Index – an important gauge of manufacturing activity – in the world’s second largest economy fell to 50.1 points, just above the 50 points separating growth and contraction. Data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) shows a slight decline from last month’s reading of 50.3, as activity was boosted by easing commodity prices.

Jasbir Singh Khangura, Former MLA of Qila Raipur in Punjab Leaves Congress Party

COVID-19: Omicron subvariant likely behind 1 in 30 cases in UK

A report from the UK Health Security Agency found that the mutated BA.2 sub-strain was responsible for 3.4 percent of new infections in the country on Jan. 16 — and it’s doubling each week, the Daily Mail reported. The growth advantage of the new variant is “substantial”, the health service claimed.

Odisha records 4,843 new COVID-19 cases, 19 deaths

Odisha reported 19 more deaths from COVID-19 on Saturday, the highest in nearly five months, taking the toll to 8,594, while the number of coronaviruses rose to 12,45,911 with 4,843 new cases, the health department said in a bulletin. The Khurda district, where the state capital of Bhubaneswar is located, registered 1,023 new infections and five deaths.

Researchers create new test to quickly identify COVID-19 infection

The first, second and now third wave have made one thing amply clear: the speed with which the results of the COVID-19 test are obtained plays an important role in its diagnosis and treatment. Now researchers at George Washington (GW) University have made a groundbreaking discovery. The researchers developed a blood test that quickly detects whether someone has COVID-19 and predicts how violently the immune system will react to the infection. The study published in ‘PLOS One’.

Krejcikova and Siniakova fight back to win double crown

French Open champions Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova added the Australian Open women’s doubles title to their resume on Sunday, with a 6-7 (3) 6-4 6-4 win over Anna Danilina and Beatriz Haddad Maia. The number one, who beat the finalists at Melbourne Park last year, needed time to get going and were forced to come back from a set-down to claim the title for the first time. The unseeded duo defeated the Olympic champions in a tiebreak to win the first set, but the scores were tied at the end of the second, when the Czech pair found their rhythm.

2022 Goa Assembly Elections: 332 Candidates Running

The total number of nominations received for the Goa Assembly polls this year was 587. The last date of withdrawal of the candidacy is January 31, 2022. Goa will go to the assembly polls on February 14. The counting of votes will take place on March 10.

President, Prime Minister pays floral tribute to Mahatma Gandhi in Rajghat

Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla also joined Kovind and Modi and a two-minute silence was observed in honor of Gandhi, who was assassinated on January 30, 1948. His death anniversary is celebrated as the Day of the Martyrs. “We remember Bapu on his Punya Tithi. It is our concerted effort to further popularize his noble ideals,” Modi tweeted.

India is fighting the new wave of Corona with great success. It is a matter of pride that almost 4.5 crore children have taken the COVID-19 vaccine so far

– Prime Minister Modic

Bapu (Mahatma Gandhi) made us realize how important Khadi is, but unfortunately we forgot. It is the son of Gujarat, Narendra Bhai (PM Modi), who has revived ‘Khadi’ by promoting the idea of ​​Khadi

– Union Minister of the Interior Amit Shah on the death anniversary of Mahathma Gandhi

Postcards from Croatia

Visit the war memorial, says Prime Minister Modi

“Some veterans wrote to me that ‘Amar Jawan Jyoti’ (at National War Memorial) is a great tribute to martyrs…I request you to visit the war memorial…As part of ‘Azadi KaAmrut Mahotsav’ many awards such as PM Bal Puraskar, Padma awards were also announced,” said the Prime Minister during his radio program, Mann ki Baat

More than one million children have sent me their Mann Ki Baat via postcard. These postcards come from many parts of the country and even from abroad. These postcards give a glimpse of our new generation’s broad and comprehensive view of the future of our country

– Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during Mann ki Baat

Mann Ki Baat, Live:

Coal imports fall in November

The country’s coal imports fell 22.5 percent to 15.78 million tons (MT) in November 2021, compared to 20.35 tons in the same month last year. “Imports of coal and coke into India in November 2021 through major and non-major ports are estimated to have fallen by 22.5 percent from November 2020,” said Mjunction Services.

Prime Minister will hold the first Mann Ki Baat of 2022 at 11:30 am today

Ethiopian prime minister in UAE as Tigray war rages on

Ahmed arrived on Saturday to be greeted by Abu Dhabi’s powerful Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. They later attended an honor guard ceremony and held rallies, according to the Emirates state-run WAM news agency. The Tigray War has been raging since November 2020. The war has shifted in recent weeks, with Tigray troops retreating to their region after attempting to advance towards the capital Addis Ababa, and Ethiopia’s military said it wouldn’t let them. would pursue further. That opened the way for new mediation efforts by the United States and the African Union, with humanitarian access as a major goal.

Israeli President Herzog leaves for UAE for first visit

Israeli President Isaac Herzog set out for the United Arab Emirates for the first time on Sunday, his office said, in an effort to strengthen ties with the Gulf at a time of heightened regional tensions as world powers attempt to revive a nuclear deal with Iran. blow. “I will meet with the leadership of the United Arab Emirates at the personal invitation of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, the Crown Prince,” Herzog said.

Interior Minister Amit Shah Unveils Mahatma Gandhi’s Mural on Sabarmati Riverfront

Interior Minister Amit Shah Unveils Mahatma Gandhi's Mural on Sabarmati Riverfront

Day of the Martyr

More than 75% of the country’s eligible population is fully vaccinated

– Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya

North Korea fires most powerful missile since 2017

Pyongyang has never tested so many missiles in a calendar month, and last week it threatened to abandon a nearly five-year self-imposed moratorium on the testing of long-range and nuclear weapons. With peace talks with the US stalled, North Korea has doubled down on leader Kim Jong Un’s pledge to modernize the regime’s armed forces, straining Pyongyang’s military muscles despite biting international sanctions.

The number of active COVID-19 cases in India drops by 1,19,396

Barty and Djokovic retain the number 1 position; Collins in top 10

Recently crowned Australian Open women’s singles champion Ash Barty has maintained her more than two-year grip on the number one position after winning her third major title with a straight sets win over Danielle Collins. Barty, winner of the French Open in 2019 and Wimbledon the following year, has extended her ranking points lead over incumbent No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus, with French Open champion Barbora Krejcikova moving up a spot to third after the reaching the quarter-finals in Australia for the first time.

U-19 CWC: India beats Bangladesh to set up Australia semi-final

India took sweet revenge for their loss to Bangladesh in the final of the 2020 edition of the U-19 ICC Cricket World Cup, beating the Rakibul Hasan-led side by five wickets in the Super League quarter-final at the Coolidge Cricket Ground here on Sunday (IST), to set up a last-four clash with Australia.

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