11 Jan (Wednesday)
Vedic Ritu: Hemant
Drik Ritu: Shishir (Winter)
पक्ष :: Krishnapaksha
Month: Magha 5, (Purnimanta)
Pausa 19, (Amanta)
Vikram Samvat – 2079
Shaka Samvat – 1944
Nakshatra: Agha (up to 11:50 am) Purva Phalguni
Tithi: Chaturthi (up to 2:31 pm) Panchami
Rahu: 12:34 PM – 01:54 PM
Yamaganda : 11:14 AM – 12:34 PM

HEALTH TIPS: https://youtu.be/xd8l3o5Dgpk


  1. The 83rd All India Presiding Officers (Assembly Speakers) Conference will be held in Jaipur on January 11 and 12. Vice President and Rajya Sabha Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar will inaugurate the conference.
  2. Ministry of Road Transport and Highways will observe the Road Safety Week from Wednesday to 17th of January across the country to propagate the cause of safer roads for all under the Swachhata Pakhwada.
  3. The Railways Ministry has said that a fictitious message is circulating on social media and newspapers regarding recruitment for 19,800 posts of constable in Railway Protection Force, RPF is fake and urged the people to ignore it.
  4. The National Commission for Women (NCW) on Tuesday organized an All India meeting with the Director Generals (DG) and Inspector Generals (IG) of Prisons on ‘Police Administration in Light of the Rights.
  5. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has issued show cause notice to GO First Airlines as its Bangalore-Delhi flight took off without taking 55 passengers on board from Bangalore airport on Monday.
  6. Startup India Innovation Week will be organized from 10th to 16th of January to celebrate the Indian Startup Ecosystem and National Startup Day.
  7. PM Modi has appreciated the efforts to promote Astro Night Sky Tourism at Kartvyapath.
  8. Government’s free telemedicine service, e-Sanjeevani, has crossed another milestone by touching nine crore teleconsultations mark.
  9. Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday inaugurated the ‘Jai Hind- The New Light and Sound Show’ at Red Fort in New Delhi.
  10. Recently Union Home Minister Amit Shah also inaugurated a 120-foot-tall statue of a polo player riding a polo at Marjing Polo Complex in Imphal, Manipur.
  11. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has issued a set of guidelines for Offline Verification Seeking Entities (OVSE).
  12. Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the 26th National Youth Festival in Hubbali, Karnataka on Thursday at around 4 PM.
  13. Petroleum and Natural gas Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has said that India will achieve twenty per cent ethanol blending in petrol by 2025.
  14. National Crisis Management Committee (NCMC) under the Chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba on Tuesday reviewed the situation in Joshimath, Uttrakhand.
  15. PM Modi will interact with students, teachers, and parents in the 6th edition of Pariksha Par Charcha on 27th of January.
  16. Professor Rehman Rahi, renowned poet and Kashmir’s first Jnanpith awardee took his last breath in the early hours on Monday at his residence.
  17. Union Health and Family Welfare and Chemicals and Fertilizers Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya announced that India’s first-ever coal gasification-based Talcher Fertilizer Plant in Odisha will be ready to be dedicated to the nation by October 2024.
  18. Global Tamil Angels platform was launched on Monday at the “Global Startup Investors Summit,” co-organized by the Tamil Nadu Startup and Innovation Mission and FeTNA International Tamil Entrepreneur Network.
  19. The National Health Authority (NHA) in India is introducing a new system to measure and grade hospital performance under the Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB PM-JAY) scheme. Based on the volume of services provided to the value of healthcare services.
  20. Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh recently announced the theme for National Science Day 2023: “Global Science for Global Wellbeing”.


  1. The National Investigation Agency has arrested Chhotu Ram Bhaat, a major logistics provider to gangsters. This action is part of the NIA’s crackdown on top gangsters and their weapons suppliers based in Haryana and Punjab.
  2. A Massive search operations continued on the ninth day on Tuesday to track down the terrorists behind the strike at Dhangri village of border district Rajouri, Jammu and Kashmir in which seven persons were killed and 14 others injured on January 1.


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  1. According to the Fifteenth Finance Commission, there will be a gap of Rs 15,24,100 crores between the armed forces’ anticipated spending and annual allocations between 2021-22 and 2025-26 and revenue and capital expenditure would grow at 7 per cent and 16 per cent per year during this period, respectively.
  2. Financial education is most important for all round progress of the nation, says Arjun Munda the Union Minister for Tribal Affairs while addressing a seminar on Financial Literacy for Augmenting Digital Financial.
  3. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman informed that for next 25 years, India is focusing on 4 I’s Infrastructure, Investment, Innovation and Inclusion for inclusive growth.
  4. Amul Federation’s managing director RS Sodhi, who has been leading the dairy giant since 2010, stepped down on January 9 as the board decided to end his tenure with “immediate effect”. He has been replaced for an interim period by Jayan Mehta.
  5. India has surpassed Japan in terms of auto sales last year to become the third-largest auto market globally for the first time.
  6. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released its annual report on the “consumer education and protection activities” carried out during the 2021-2022 financial year as part of its Ombudsman Schemes. The report covers the activities of the three ombudsman schemes: the Banking Ombudsman Scheme, 2006 (BOS), the Ombudsman Scheme for Non-Banking Financial Companies, 2018 (OSNBFC), and the Ombudsman Scheme for Digital Transactions, 2019 (OSDT).


  1. The 2023 Oscars ceremony will be held on January 24, 2023. This year, five films are the shortest from India: RRR, The Kashmir Files, Kantara, Gangubai Kathiawadi, and more.
  2. The Oscars, or Academy Awards, are annual awards given out to recognize outstanding achievements in the film industry. The ceremony has been held every year since 1929, and it is considered one of the most prestigious awards in the entertainment industry. The nominees and winners are chosen by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.


  1. The Ministry of Defence, intends to procure 21 (Twenty One) NEW WATERJET FAST ATTACK CRAFTs Indigenous (NWJFAC) for the Indian Navy from registered Indian Shipyards. The NWJFAC would be constructed in a phased manner over a period of 04 years (2026-2030).
  2. Defence Acquisition Council on Tuesday approved three proposals worth 4,276 crore rupees to strengthen the country’s deterrence and combat readiness.
  3. CRPF along with the local police will provide weapons training to village defence committee guards or VDCs in the Union Territory so that they can counter terrorist attacks.
  4. The 75th Army Day celebration will be held in Bengaluru on January 15. This is for the first time that the event is being conducted out of the National capital.
  5. The training of the first batch of Agniveers has started at the historic Somnath ground of the army at the Kumaon Regimental Center in Ranikhet, Almora District, Uttarakhand. This batch includes 796 Agniveers.
  6. Colombia approved the purchase of the Israeli-made Barak-MX air defence missile system produced by IAI (Israel Aerospace Industries) for an amount of $131.2 million.


  1. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar appreciated the role of Indian talents and creativity in foreign lands and said that the diaspora has demonstrated exceptional quality of dedication, commitment, and perseverance in many fields, in an address at the valedictory session of the 17th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, on Tuesday.
  2. The spokesperson for United Kashmir People’s National Party (UKPNP), Sardar Nasir Aziz Khan, was welcomed by the outfit’s Canada’s president Sardar Rashid Yousaf. He will hold discussions with fellow Kashmiris on the issue of ‘freedom’ from PoK.
    • Taking a dig at Pakistan, the rights activist said Gilgit Baltistan is part of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan’s policy is aimed at depriving the people of their fundamental rights and propagation against Indian involvement.
  3. India and Panama have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance cooperation in the training of diplomats.
  4. Vishwa Hindi Diwas was celebrated on Tuesday in Indian Embassy, Kathmandu. World Hindi Day is celebrated every year to promote awareness about the language across the world.
  5. PM Modi has expressed concern about rioting and vandalism against the State institutions in Brasilia.
    • In Brazil, around 1,500 people have been held after supporters of ex-President Jair Bolsonaro stormed Congress, the presidential palace, and the Supreme Court in the capital Brasília.
  6. The governments of India and the UK marked Pravasi Bharatiya Divas on January 9, 2023 by launching the Young Professionals Scheme, which allows up to 3,000 degree-holding citizens aged between 18 and 30 to live and work in each other’s countries for a period of two years.

    🌎 WORLD NEWS 🌍

    1. An attempt to launch the first rocket into orbit from UK soil ended in failure on Tuesday, with scientists reporting an “anomaly” as it neared its goal.
      • It was originally hoped the launch could take place before Christmas but owing to technical and regulatory issues it had to be pushed into 2023.
    1. Nepal’s New PM Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachand has secured a vote of confidence in Parliament on Tuesday.
    2. China has stopped issuing short-term visas to individuals from South Korea and Japan in retaliation for Covid restrictions on Chinese travellers.
    3. Bangladesh-US discuss Indo-Pacific strategy, Security issues
      The US Senior Director for South Asia, National Security Council Rear Admiral Eileen Laubacher on Monday held discussions with Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen on a wide range of bilateral issues of mutual interest in Dhaka.
    4. Sri Lanka’s cabinet has approved new electricity tariffs to reflect the cost of coal and power generation to take effect this month.
    5. Former Iranian president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani’s daughter Faezeh Hashemi, a known Iranian activist, has been sentenced to five years in prison.
    6. A powerful storm battering California has forced thousands to evacuate.
    7. A 7.7 magnitude earthquake hits Tanimbar region in Indonesia.
    8. United States recently announced that it will extend COVID-19 pandemic-era restrictions, known as Title 42, to expel migrants from Nicaragua, Cuba and Haiti caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border back to Mexico.
    9. The Earth’s protective ozone layer, which shields the planet from harmful ultraviolet radiation, is on track to recover within four decades, according to a scientific assessment conducted by a panel of experts and backed by the United Nations.

    🚣🚴🏇🏊 SPORTS

    India vs Sri Lanka,
    1st ODI

    IND – 373/7 (50)
    SL – 306/8 (50)

    India won by 67 runs

    Player of the Match
    Virat Kohli

    1. Cricket South Africa (CSA) has confirmed that Proteas all-rounder Dwaine Pretorius has retired from international cricket with immediate effect.
    2. Gareth Bale of Cardiff, Wales announces retirement from professional football.


    MANIPUR: Imphal
    Frmn : 15 Oct 1949
    Districts : 16
    Govrnr: La. Ganesan
    CM: N. Biren Singh (BJP)

    🥇Gold ₹ 57,540 @10gm 24 (Krt)
    🥈 Silver ₹ 74,900 @ Kg
    ⛽ Petrol ₹ 102/Ltr 
    ⛽ Diesel ₹ 90/Ltr
    LPG: ₹ 1,205/14.2 Kg


    LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI (2 October 1904 – 11 January 1966) was an Indian statesman who served as the second Prime Minister of India. He promoted the White Revolution – a national campaign to increase the production and supply of milk – by supporting the Amul milk co-operative of Anand, Gujarat and creating the National Dairy Development Board. Underlining the need to boost India’s food production, Shastri also promoted the Green Revolution in India in 1965. This led to an increase in food grain production, especially in Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

    He led the country during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965. His slogan “Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan” (“Hail to the soldier; Hail to the farmer”) became very popular during the war. The war formally ended with the Tashkent Agreement on 10 January 1966; he died the following day, still in Tashkent, with the cause of his death in dispute; it was reported to be a cardiac arrest, but his family was not satisfied with the proffered reason. He was posthumously awarded the Bharat Ratna.

    😀Thought of the day

    Discipline & united action are the real source of strength for the nation.

    —Lal Bahadur Shastri


    Teacher: pappu how do u spell crocodile??
    pappu : krokodail

    Pappu: maybe that’s wrong but you asked me how i spell it..🤪😆😝


    Why does the energy of the Sun never end?

    sun burns using a nuclear fusion process, combining hydrogen into helium. The sun generates energy from a process called nuclear fusion. During nuclear fusion, the high pressure and temperature in the sun’s core cause nuclei to separate from their electrons. Hydrogen nuclei fuse to form one helium atom. During the fusion process, radiant energy is released.

    LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

    मूर्खस्य पञ्च चिह्नानि गर्वो दुर्वचनं तथा । 
    क्रोधश्च दृढवादश्च परवाक्येष्वनादरः ॥ 

    mūrkhasya pañca cihnāni garvo durvacanaṃ tathā ।
    krodhaśca dṛḍhavādaśca paravākyeṣvanādaraḥ ॥

    There are five signs of a fool; vanity, wicked conversation, anger, stubborn arguments, and a lack of respect for other people’s opinions.

    मूर्ख के पाँच लक्षण हैं; घमंड, दुष्ट वार्तालाप, क्रोध, जिद्दी तर्क, और अन्य लोगों की राय के लिए सम्मान की कमी।

     🤔 HOW IT WORKS ⁉

    A thermometer has a glass tube sealed at both ends and is partly filled with a liquid like mercury or alcohol. As the temperature around the thermometer’s bulb heats up, the liquid rises in the glass tube. … When it is hot, the liquid inside the thermometer will expand and rise in the tube.

    💁🏻‍♂‍ GK TODAY 

    11 JANUARY– National Human Trafficking Awareness Day.
    It is observed on 11 January to spread awareness about the persistent issue of human trafficking. 

    FATIMA SHEIKH (9 January 1831 – 9 October 1900) was an Indian educator and social reformer, who was a colleague of the social reformers Jyotirao Phule and Savitribai Phule. She is widely considered to be India’s first Muslim woman teacher.


    Babulal Marandi (born 11 January 1958).
    He was the first Chief Minister of Jharkhand

    Shibu Soren (born 11 January 1944) is an Indian politician who thrice served as Chief Minister of Jharkhand, first in 2005 for 10 day (2 March to 12 March), then from 2008 to 2009 and again from 2009 to 2010.


    The early bird gets the worm 

    The first people who arrive will get the best stuff.

     Scatter × Collect


    Awful : Terrible


    (kindly inform, if given info is vary from actual facts🙏🏻)

    The Sun is known in by twelve names: Mitra, Ravi, Surya, Bhanu, Kha, Pusha, Hiranyagarbha, Marichin, Aditya, Savitra, Arka and Bhaskara. 

    Suryanamaskar or the sun salutation exercise in Yoga has twelve postures dedicated to each one of these forms.


    (Note: These home tips followed in villages/ancient traditions, it is up to you to use it or not🙏🏻)


    Hydration is an important and often overlooked marker of health. Staying hydrated helps ensure that your body is functioning optimally and that your blood volume is sufficient.

    Drinking water is the best way to stay hydrated, as it’s free of calories, sugar, and additives. Although there’s no set amount that everyone needs per day, aim to drink enough so that your thirst is adequately quenched.

    *CH Nαʋҽҽɳ Kυɱαɾ . ✒️