RBI had found demonetisation proposal a ‘big opportunity’ to further financial inclusion by incentivising e-payments: Supreme Court
The majority judgment of the Supreme Courtroom on January 2 particulars extensively the paperwork positioned on file by the federal government to conclude that the Central Board of the Reserve Financial institution of India was very a lot within the loop earlier than recommending the demonetisation of ₹500 and ₹1,000 banknotes in November 2016.
Several locals reported militant sightings ahead of Dangri attack
Locals had reported militant sightings in Rajouri and the intelligence companies had additionally raised an alarm a couple of doubtless ‘fidayeen’ assault days forward of the Dangri assault, which left six civilians useless within the Pir Panjal Valley.
63 soldiers killed by Ukrainian strike in Donetsk region
Russia’s Defence Ministry stated on January 2, 2023, that 63 Russian troopers had been killed in a Ukrainian New 12 months’s Eve assault on their quarters within the Russian-controlled a part of Ukraine’s Donetsk province.
Govt proposes policy on online gaming; wagering not allowed
The Ministry of Electronics and Data Know-how on Monday proposed an modification to deliver on-line gaming below the ambit of the Data Know-how (Middleman Pointers and Digital Media Ethics Code) Guidelines, 2021. The adjustments, launched for public session, would require all on-line video games to register with any self-regulatory physique permitted by the Ministry.
“Exploding number” of illegal immigrants from India came to Austria last year, says Austrian Foreign Minister
“The issue isn’t immigration; the issue isn’t migration. To be very clear, we would like that. We’d like that. The issue is against the law immigration and right here we’re having a quite common view that that is one thing we don’t need. We’d like immigration managed by States and never by organised crime and human traffickers,” stated Mr. Schallenberg, appreciating contribution of “tens and hundreds of (resident) Indians” in the direction of the Austrian society.
National Commission for Scheduled Tribes’ position on new Forest Conservation Rules ‘will be same’
In an indication of escalating battle between the federal government and the Nationwide Fee for Scheduled Tribes over the Forest (Conservation) Guidelines (FCR) 2022, NCST Chairperson Harsh Chouhan on Monday stated that the ST physique’s place on the new guidelines being violative of the Forest Rights Act, 2006 “would be the identical” even because the Surroundings Ministry has dismissed these considerations.
China’s approach to India is like Russian approach to Ukraine, says Rahul Gandhi
China is following the identical precept with India as Russia has achieved with Ukraine, Congress chief and Lok Sabha member from Wayanad, Rahul Gandhi, stated in a one-on-one dialog with actor-politician Kamal Haasan, who had participated within the Delhi leg of the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
Tennis great Martina Navratilova diagnosed with throat and breast cancer
Former world primary tennis participant Martina Navratilova stated on Monday she has been identified with throat and breast most cancers. The Czech–American is taken into account amongst one the best gamers of all time, successful a complete of 59 Grand Slam titles throughout singles and doubles.
Iran issues warning on mandatory headscarf in cars
Iranian police have resumed warnings that ladies should put on necessary headscarves even in automobiles, media reported Monday, as unrest continues following the dying of Mahsa Amini. Protests have gripped Iran because the September 16 dying of Iranian-Kurdish Amini, 22, after her arrest in Tehran for an alleged breach of the Islamic republic’s strict gown code for ladies.
Gujarat’s first woman Chief Secretary passes away
Gujarat’s first girl Chief Secretary Dr. Manjula Subramaniam, a 1972 batch Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer of Gujarat cadre, handed away after a short sickness on Sunday in Vadodara.
Sri Lanka freezes recruitment in fresh austerity drive
Sri Lanka started a contemporary austerity drive on Monday, freezing authorities recruitment as new taxes and better electrical energy costs kicked in with authorities attempting to safe an IMF bailout. The Indian Ocean island nation wants to attain debt sustainability as a precondition to a $2.9 billion bailout from the Washington-based lender after it defaulted in April as its financial system went into disaster.
SP injured, church vandalised as violence over religious conversion hits Narayanpur again
Practically half a dozen policemen, together with a District Superintendent of Police, had been injured and a church vandalised after a “protest assembly over purported non secular conversions” known as by tribal teams turned violent in Chhattisgarh’s Narayanpur district on Monday.