𝕴𝖓𝖉𝖎𝖆`𝖘 1𝖘𝖙 𝖂𝖍𝖆𝖙𝖘𝖆𝖕𝖕 𝕹𝖊𝖜𝖘 Service, 𝓼𝓲𝓷𝓬𝓮 2013
05 Jan (Wednesday)
Hemant Ritu Shukla पक्ष*::
Month: Pausha 17, (Purnimata)/ Pausha 3 (Amanta)
According to Purnimanta calendar (Ujjain)
Vikram Samvat – 2078
Titi: Tritiya (up to 2:35 pm) Chaturthi

Rahu Kaal : 12:32 PM – 01:51 PM
Major Events in 2022 : https://youtu.be/cIu58u7Mqws

  1. India’s COVID vaccination coverage has crossed 147 crore.
  2. A total of one thousand 1892 cases of Omicron have been reported in the country so far. Out of the total cases, Maharashtra has reported 568 followed by Delhi with 382, Kerala with 185 cases, and Rajasthan has reported 174 cases. Union Health Ministry said, till now, 766 people have recovered from the infection.
  3. PM inaugurates, lays foundation stone of various development projects in Manipur; says, players of State are inspiring youth of country.
  4. PM Modi inaugurated the New Integrated Terminal Building of Maharaja Bir Bikram (MBB) Airport and launched key initiatives like Mukhyamantri Tripura Gram Samriddhi Yojana and Project Mission 100 of Vidyajyoti Schools at Agartala in Tripura.
  5. Centre suspends Biometric Attendance for government employees till 31st Jan.
  6. Women and Child Development Ministry has invited nominations for Nari Shakti Puraskar 2021 to be awarded on the occasion of International Women’s Day on 8th March this year. The nominations will be accepted only through online mode on
    www.awards.gov.in. All nominations received upto 31st January will be considered for the Nari Shakti Puraskar.
  7. Addressing the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi International Hindi University, Wardha, the Vice President recalled that the “Nai Talim” proposed by Mahatma Gandhi in Wardha in 1937 laid emphasis on making mother tongue as the medium of instruction in addition to free compulsory education and skill training to the students.
  8. PM Modi to visit Ferozepur today and lay foundation stone of multiple development projects worth more than 42,750 crore rupees. These projects include Delhi-Amritsar-Katra Expressway, four laning of Amritsar-Una section, Mukerian-Talwara New Broad Gauge railway line, PGI Satellite Centre at Ferozepur and two new medical colleges at Kapurthala and Hoshiarpur.
  9. The 669-kilometre long Delhi-Amritsar-Katra Expressway will be developed at a total cost of about 39 thousand 500 crore rupees. It will reduce travel time from Delhi to Amritsar and Delhi to Katra. The four laning of Amritsar – Una section will be done at the cost of around 1700 crore rupees.
  10. Gaganyaan launch before Aug 15, Chandrayaan 3 by mid-2023: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairperson K Sivan said that they are targeting the launch of the first of the two planned unmanned flights under the Gaganyaan mission before this year’s Independence Day. The Chairperson also said that the third lunar mission Chandrayaan-3 could be launched by mid-2023 as the mission’s design changes and its testing has seen huge progress.
  11. KARNATAKA govt on Tuesday imposed weekend curfew from Friday 10 pm-Monday 5 am and said night curfew will continue. Cinema halls, pubs, restaurants can operate with 50% capacity and fully-vaccinated people will be allowed. Malls can function usually during weekdays.
  12. MAHARASHTRA : Mumbai Police has detained a woman, the main accused in the ‘Bulli Bai’ case — in which photos of Muslim women were uploaded on an app for ‘auction’, from Uttarakhand. The woman is being brought to Mumbai for investigation.
  13. PUNJAB Govt imposed night curfew in municipal limits of all cities and towns in the state with certain exceptions amid surge in Covid-19 positive cases. The curfew will be effective from 10pm to 5am.
  14. States & UTs that have announced the closure of schools due to Omicron
    1. Delhi- till further
    2. Haryana- till 12 Jan
    3. Maharashtra- Mumbai 31 Jan
    4. Tamil Nadu- till 10 Jan (1-8 class)
    5. West Bengal- till further orders.
    6. Rajasthan: in Jaipur till 09 Jan.
    7. Bihar- 8 Jan.
    8. Telangana- remain shut from Jan 8 to 16.
    9. Jharkhand- 15 Jan
    10. Goa- till 26 Jan
    11. Punjab- till 15 Jan
    12. Uttar Pradesh
      Schools in Noida, Ghaziabad, Hapur, and Greater Noida have been shut down after witnessing a surge in Omicron cases and severe cold waves. Till January 14, 2022.


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  1. In the forex market, the rupee weakened 30 paise against the US dollar. The domestic unit closed at 74 rupees and 56 paise against the US currency.
  2. Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal has said India’s exports in December surged 37% on an annual basis to 37.29 billion US Dollars, which is highest-ever monthly figure. He said India’s exports of goods will cross 400 billion dollars this fiscal. Imports in December too rose by 38% to 59.27 billion dollars on account of an increase in oil imports, which soared 65.17% to 15.9 billion dollars.
  3. Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday cancelled the Certificate of Authorisation (CoA) of two Payment System Operators (PSOs) – Muthoot Vehicle and Asset Finance and Eko India Financial Services. The CoA were cancelled citing non-compliance with regulatory requirements.


  1. A Metropolitan Magistrate Court on Tuesday rejected Javed Akhtar’s plea for the issuance of a non-bailable warrant in his defamation case against Kangana Ranaut. He had sought the warrant as Kangana failed to appear before the court. Akhtar’s plea listed the number of exemptions the actress had sought since March 2021. He had filed the defamation case in November 2020.
  2. Actor Sonu Sood and his sister Malvika Sood Sachar on Tuesday distributed 1,000 bicycles to school girls and social workers of their hometown Moga under their initiative Moga di Dhi. Students from around 40-45 villages near Moga will reportedly benefit from the campaign


  1. Director-General of National Cadet Corps, Lt General Gurbirpal Singh formally inaugurated NCC Republic Day Camp – 2022 at Delhi Cantt. The Republic Day Camp is held at the culmination of one complete year of training of NCC cadets and is conducted at Parade Ground, Delhi Cantonment from 1st to 29th January every year. The Camp is attended by around 2,200 cadets, specially selected from all over India.
  2. Indian Army to get a new uniform! First look on January 15. Keeping in line with Make in India, the uniform of the soldiers has been designed jointly by the Indian Army & National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT). The newly designed fabric for the soldier’s uniform is not going to be available in the open market and will be issued to officers and soldiers in batches in their units. To meet the requirement of the 13 lakh strong Indian Army there are plans to issue an open tender to both the private and public sector companies – who will supply and make these new Battle Dress Uniforms (BDU).
  3. The Indian Navy’s 1971 Indo-Pak war veteran Vice Admiral S H Sarma passed away in Bhubaneswar on Monday. Sarma, who turned 99 last December, was the Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet during the 1971 war.
  4. Indian Army unfurls national flag in Galwan Valley on New Year; troops on both sides India and China outside buffer zone. India Today TV has accessed pictures showing Indian Army soldiers with the national flag and the newly inducted US-made Sig Sauer rifles posing in Galwan Valley on New Year.
  5. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will be given a detailed presentation on CDS Bipin Rawat’s chopper crash inquiry by the tri-services inquiry team, headed by Air Marshal Manvendra Singh on 05 Jan, today. The inquiry committee includes a top Navy pilot, who had made an important contribution to the crash probe of the Mi-17.
  6. The Indian Navy’s Boeing P-8I aircraft commenced operations on Tuesday from Goa’s INS Hansa after two aircraft arrived on December 30. The aircraft were inducted after fitment of indigenous equipment and Flight Acceptance Trials. Indian Navy had acquired first batch of eight P-8I aircraft in 2013. The Centre signed a deal with Boeing for four additional P-8I aircraft in 2016.


External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar spoke to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. During their conversation, they discussed the follow up of the Annual Summit and 2 plus 2 Meeting.


  1. Security forces in Sudan have deployed across the capital, Khartoum, and other cities ahead of new demonstrations. Pro-democracy activists in Sudan announced fresh protests amid a deepening political crisis following the resignation of PM Abdalla Hamdok.
  2. Indian-origin UK Army Captain becomes 1st woman of colour to trek solo to South Pole.
    British Army Captain Harpreet Chandi has become the first woman of colour to complete a solo unsupported trek to the South Pole. The 32-year-old Indian-origin Sikh officer completed the 700-mile (around 1,130 km) trek in 40 days in temperatures of minus 50 degrees Celsius and wind speeds of around 60 mph. British Army’s Chief of the General Staff congratulated her.
  3. Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf, 75, and Queen Silvia, 78, tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday. As per a statement released by the palace, both of them were fully vaccinated with three injections and currently have mild symptoms. Carl Gustaf became the head of state at the age of 27 and is the country’s longest-serving monarch.


  1. BCCI postpones Women’s T20 League, Ranji and Col CK Nayudu and Senior Women’s T20 League for the 2021-22 season on Tuesday due to rising COVID-19 cases in the country. Ranji Trophy and CK Nayudu Trophy were scheduled to begin this month while Women’s T20 League was due to start in February. However, ongoing Cooch Behar Trophy will continue as scheduled.
  2. SAI approves extension of National Camp for 117 athletes till March 31
    In preparation for Commonwealth Games 2022 and Asian Games 2022, Sports Authority of India (SAI) approved extension of National Camp till March 31 for 117 track and field athletes and 45 coaching and support staff. The National Camps for 64 male and 53 female athletes are taking place in Patiala, Thiruvananthapuram, Bengaluru, New Delhi and Balussery.
  3. India vs South Africa 2nd Test Day 2

South Africa 229 (79.4)
India 202 (63.1) & 85/2 (20.0)

Kagiso Rabada 0/26 (6)
Keshav Maharaj * 0/8 (1)

Cheteshwar Pujara 35 (42)
Ajinkya Rahane * 11 (22)

India lead by 58 runs
India 1st innings: 202 all out in 63.1 overs and 85/2 in 20 overs (Cheteshwar Pujara 35 not out; Marco Jansen 1/18).

South Africa 1st innings: 229 all out in 79.4 overs (Keegan Petersen 62; Shardul Thakur 7/61).

    January 04, 2022
    Match 33

U.P. Yoddha 33
Tamil Thalaivas 39

Match 32

Haryana Steelers 24
U Mumba 24

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Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay was a Bengali, writer, poet and a journalist who composed our National Song ‘Vande Mataram’ during the India’s freedom struggle. He wrote several serious, comical, satirical and scientific novels and publications in Bengali

😀Thought of the day

Patience is not about the ability to wait but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting.


Pappu – Raat ko mujge ek aadmi ne
Chaku(knife) dikha k loot liya…

Frnd – Lekin tere paas to GUN thi?

Pappu – wo maine chhupa di warna wo bhi loot leta…!🤪


What would happen if RBI mints more money?

Imagine that one fine day every Indian finds that the government has deposited Rs. 1 crore in their bank account. Even a beggar would be extremely happy to own Rs. 1 crore.

Now what next? Every person always has a wish list of things he want to buy. If a person previously wanted to buy a car worth Rs. 7 lakh but was not able to afford the same will now have enough money to buy the car. Prices of the goods are decided by the intersection of ‘Demand curve’ and ‘Supply curve’

What will happen next is that the demand for cars would be skyrocketing.

As demand increases, their would be increase in price of car.

Simply speaking the price of a car worth rs. 7 lakh has gone above 1 crore. So now even 1 crore are not having that importance which it was having previously.

Technically speaking, excess minting of currency notes will have problems of inflation as the prices of goods will increase due to excess demand.

This is the reason why a country can’t just solve its problems by minting more money. The same happened in Zimbabwe and Germany and both of them witnessed hyperinflation.

LEARN Sanskrit🙏🏻

गतदिने सः बहु उग्र: जातः
कल वह बहुत उग्र हो गया था
Yesterday he was very angry

आमंत्रण : बुलाना


How does a missile works? 🚀

The missile is propelled either by rockets or jet engines using solid or liquid fuel. Some missiles use hybrid technology for propelling it to its intended point. … The aerodynamic features of a missile, also called controlling surfaces, are used to control the missile’s flight.

💁🏻‍♂‍ GK TODAY

1st News paper of India – Bengal Gazatte


Mamata Banerjee (born 5 Jan 1955) is an Indian politician who has served as the 8th and current Chief Minister of West Bengal since 2011 being the first woman to hold the office.


Don’t count your chickens before they hatch

Don’t count on something good happening until it’s happened.

Rapid- Slow


Remark – Comment


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

Panchamrit or Charnamrut used in rituals is made by:-

Milk – It symbolizes purity. Always cow milk is used to make this drink.

Honey – It grants you sweet and kind speech.

Yogurt – It aids procreation.

Sugar – It brings you happiness.

Ghee – It marks knowledge.


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

Drinking enough water is essential for overall skin health. Staying adequately hydrated keeps your skin moisturized, healthy, and, you guessed it, glowing. That’s not to mention all of the other endless benefits of drinking enough H20. While eight (8-ounce) glasses per day is the general guideline

CH Nαʋҽҽɳ Kυɱαɾ…