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BYJU’S Bulletin Board – News of the World: Edition 4

Team StoryWeavers|December 19, 2022, 14:20 IST|


  • NASA’s Hubble Telescope captures stunning pictures of a star-studded cosmic cloud called NGC 6530, located in the Saggitarius constellation about 4,350 light years away.
  • The Perseverance rover is all set to build the first depot outside of Earth. After two years of exploring Mars, the rover will build a depot to send information back to Earth.


  • The UN’s biodiversity summit, which is taking place in Montreal, Canada, is struggling to come to an agreement on how to slow down climate change. With less than a day left, 200 countries are attempting to reach a consensus on what kind of goals to set and how to finance the goals. 


  • The Indian Navy commissioned the INS Mormugao, an indigenous stealth guided missile destroyer on Sunday. The warship can fight under nuclear, biological and chemical warfare conditions.
  • In a huge shift from policy, China now allows its citizens with Covid-19 to go to work ‘as normal’. The country also announced its first Covid-19 deaths since the re-emergence of the virus.


  • Pope Francis is returning three valuable and ancient pieces of the Parthenon to Greece as a ‘donation’. The three, 2,500-year-old pieces have been part of the Vatican Museums for over 200 years now. 


  • Lionel Messi has created history by leading Argentina to win the FIFA World Cup 2022. The nail-biting match ended in an excellent victory for Messi, who now retires from the World Cup stage. 


  • Google on Monday announced a grant of $1 million to IIT Madras for developing a unique, multi-disciplinary Center for Responsible AI. The centre will conduct research on the many aspects of AI and its benefits and dangers from an Indian perspective.


  • Consortium of NLUs releases provisional answer key to CLAT 2023, which took place on 18 December. 
  • Delhi University has started a special ‘spot round’ of selections for its undergraduate courses, which can be checked at


  • India’s markets had a flat opening on Monday as investors maintain a cautious outlook. 


  • India on high alert as cases of measles continue to rise in Maharashtra, Kerala, and Jharkand. 


  • Egyptian archaeologists have uncovered what appear to be the first colour portraits of mummies at an excavation site dating back to the Ptolemaic period (305–30 B.C.E.). The portraits are a unique find that’s never been found in 115 years. 

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Madhavi is passionate about everything to do with books, art, literature, films, trivia and food. A former journalist, she believes that asking questions makes life interesting.

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