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What does PM Modi say about the new policy for data protection in the country? How will Indian IT professionals benefit from President Joe Biden’s decision? How have the startups among Corona brought a message of relief? Today we will tell you 11 similar news. So let’s start the morning news brief.

First let’s see what the market is saying

  • The market cap of BSE was Rs 188.13 lakh crore. Shares of 43% companies declined.
  • Shares of 3,040 companies were traded. Shares of 1,551 companies rose and 1,324 fell.

Today these events will be monitored

  • The budget session of Parliament will begin. MPs have to come through a corona test. The time of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will be different.
  • There will be a meeting of the Business Advisory Committee in the Rajya Sabha. The meeting will be held in the Parliament House itself.

Home and abroad

Government ultimatum to farmers

Two days after the violence during the tractor parade in Delhi, on Thursday, the police appeared in action on the Singhu and Ghazipur border. Delhi Police sent a large number of soldiers on Singhu. The same was the case with Ghazipur, UP’s police force was also present here. Meanwhile, two more organizations broke away from the peasant movement. These include Bharatiya Kisan Union (Lokshakti) and Bharatiya Kisan Union (Ekta). Earlier, the National Labor Farmers Organization and the Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu) had withdrawn from the movement.

Rakesh Tikait crying in Ghazipur

Two days after the violence during a tractor rally in Delhi on 26 January, the administration asked the farmers to vacate the Ghazipur border area. A large number of Delhi and UP police reached the Ghazipur border. Seeing this, Rakesh Tikait, the leader of the Indian Farmers Union, who threatened some time ago, came out with tears. He said crying, ‘Farmers are being tortured. A conspiracy is being hatched to kill them. If the government does not withdraw the law, I will commit suicide.

Import duty may increase in the budget

The budget session of Parliament starts today i.e. January 29. In the budget, the government may increase the custom duty on dozens of products. This can make electronic and electrical products expensive. There is also a possibility of increasing duty on imported goods. The government can do this to promote local manufacturing. At the same time, some decisions can be taken to give relief to small traders and the middle class. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the budget on 1 February.

Policy for data protection soon

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday addressed the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland via video conferencing. He said that we used the best technique to deal with the corona. He said that strict legislation for data protection is underway in the country. Modi said that just two Made in India vaccines have come in the world. Many more vaccines are going to come in the coming time, which will help the countries of the world at a much higher level.

Stock market declines for 5th consecutive day

The Sensex closed in the red mark for the 5th consecutive day on Thursday due to a sharp fall in global markets. The index closed down 535.57 points at 46,874.36. For the first time in 2021, the index has closed below the 47 thousand level. Earlier, on December 24, the Sensex closed at 46,539. Similarly, the NSE Nifty has closed down 149.95 points at 13,817.55. There was also heavy selling in American markets. The Dow Jones, Nasdait and S&P 500 indices closed down 2–2% each. For the first time in three months, the US market slipped in one day.

Relief to Indian IT Professionals

New US President Joe Biden has approved H-1B visa holders’ spouse (H4 visa holders) to continue working in the US. It was banned during the era of former President Donald Trump. This will benefit about one lakh Indian IT professionals living in the US. In 2015, Barack Obama approved H-1B visa holders’ partners to work. This required an H4 visa. It was banned by Trump under an anti-immigration policy.


What is an economic survey?

A document is presented in Parliament before the budget is presented, it is called the Economic Survey or Economic Survey. Just as a diary is made to account for household expenses and plans to spend further, the economic survey shows how the economy is doing? It contains accounts of the past year and suggestions, challenges and solutions for the coming year. The Economic Survey is presented one day before the budget. Let’s know about the Economic Survey…

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Positive news

30 million annual income from daily income model

Today the story of Suresh Goyal of Hissar district of Haryana. Suresh has been farming and gardening on the Daily Income model for the last 7 years. They are growing more than a dozen fruits and vegetables. The special thing is that Suresh is not from any farmer family. For 32 years, he worked in transportation in big cities of the country like Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad. They did not even have land for farming. But today they have become fully farmers. Cultivated in 18 acres of land. With this, they are earning 30 lakh rupees annually.

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Return of international cricket in the country

A four-Test series begins between India and England from 5 February. The first match will be played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. An international cricket match will be played in India after 10 months and 26 days. This will be the longest gap between two international matches in the country in the last 28 years. The last international match in India was played between Ireland and Afghanistan on 10 March 2020 in Greater Noida. After this, there was no match due to Corona.

Startups topped jobs

In the midst of the Corona epidemic last year when large companies were retrenching employees, startups were hiring new people. According to the Commerce Ministry’s Startup India report, Startups had given 1.70 lakh jobs in the last financial year till September. At present there are 40 thousand registered start-ups in the country, which have given employment to more than 4.7 lakh people since 2016. According to experts, small industries are adopting new technology, due to which the work of tech-startup can increase further.

What’s more in the headlines ..

  • The ban on international passenger flights in the country has been extended till 28 February. This restriction will not be applicable on international cargo flights and special flights.
  • WHO has said that the number of infections in the world has decreased by 15% over the past week. This is the lowest rate of cases recorded in a week after the epidemic began.


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