Morning affairs for UPSC SSC government exams Jan. 11, 2022

Delhi Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal speaks to the media at 12 noon today

Delhi Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal will speak at a press conference today at 12 noon. He is likely to put stricter COVID-19 restrictions in place following the surge in COVID-19 cases in the capital.

PM Modi inaugurates 11 new medical colleges in Tamil Nadu on January 12th

Prime Minister Narendra Midu will inaugurate 11 new government medical schools across the state of Tamil Nadu on January 12, 2022. He will also inaugurate the new campus of the Central Institute of Classical Tamil in Chennai via video conference. The new medical colleges will be built for Rs 4000 crore, of which around Rs 2145 crore was provided by the center and the remainder by the state government.

UNESCO-WHC publishes Hindi descriptions of India’s World Heritage Sites

The UNESCO World Heritage Center will publish Hindi descriptions of India’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites on its website. This was announced by the Director of the World Heritage Center on the occasion of World Index on January 10th.

USA is closely monitoring border dispute between India and China

White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced on Jan. 10, 2022 that the US is closely monitoring the Sino-India border dispute and is concerned about China’s attempts to intimidate its neighbors. Psaki said the US will continue to support dialogue and peaceful resolution of these border disputes.

Russia has no intention of attacking Ukraine: Russian deputy FM

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on January 10, 2022 that Russia has no intention of attacking Ukraine. An escalation of the situation was not to be feared, he emphasized. Russia and the US held security talks in Geneva on January 20 that lasted nearly 7.5 hours.

Contact testing is not required unless it is a high risk person: ICMR

The ICMR said in its latest guidelines, dated January 10, 2022, that those who have come into contact with an infected COVID-19 patient do not need to be tested unless the person is at high risk. The asymptomatic individuals or patients discharged under Home Isolation Guidelines, or those discharged from a Covid-19 facility under the revised Discharge Policy, do not also need to be tested.

However, people with symptoms such as cough, fever, sore throat, loss of smell and taste, or respiratory symptoms, or shortness of breath should be tested.


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