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BYJU’S Bulletin Board – News of the World: Edition 22

Team StoryWeavers|January 25, 2023, 15:00 IST|


  • Nuclear-powered rocket: NASA has said that it will test a spacecraft engine powered by nuclear fission by 2027. If successful, it could mean faster and more space travel in the future.


  • Egypt President visits: Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi arrived in India on Tuesday and is set to meet with PM Modi and President Murmu. He will be the first Egyptian President to be the chief guest for Republic Day celebrations.


  • India at no.1: India beat New Zealand in the third and last ODI match with 90 runs and became number one in ODI rankings, replacing England.


  • India’s own OS: IIT (Madras) and JandK Operations have developed an operating system, similar to iOS and Android, called ‘BharOS’. It was tested by the Ministry of Communications, Electronics and Information Technology and was hailed as another step toward a fully digital India.


  • BHU’s international students: Banaras Hindu University has recorded the enrolment of the highest number of international students in January itself, with 276 admissions. A majority of them opted for courses related to Agricultural Sciences.


  • Pakistan’s economic crisis: Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif expressed his embarrassment as the country asks for more foreign loans to support its deepening fiscal crisis.


  • India’s HPV vaccine: Serum Institute India launched the first made-in-India HPV vaccine, which will help women avoid diseases like cervical cancer.





  • City of art: The UAE government has announced that it will be converting Dubai into a global art gallery with multiple commissions of street art and installations, which will be seen around the city in the coming months..


  • Oldest ruins found: Archaeologists claim to have found the oldest runestone in Norway. The carved scribbles date back more than 2,000 years believed to be the earliest writing records.




  • Worthless carbon offsets: A new analysis has shown that the large carbon offsets that are purchased by corporations in order to balance out the harm they do to rainforests are not really effective.

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