Morning affairs for UPSC SSC Government Exams Jan. 7, 2022

MHA forms a three-person panel to investigate security breaches during PM Modi’s visit to Punjab

The Union’s Interior Ministry set up a three-person committee on January 6, 2022 to investigate the security gap during the Prime Minister’s visit to Ferozepur, Punjab. The committee is chaired by Sudhir Kumar Saxena, Security Secretary in the Cabinet Secretariat, and Balbir Singh, Joint Director of IB and S. Suresh, IG of SPG. The earliest that the committee has to present its report.

PM Modi inaugurates second campus of Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute in Calcutta

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the second campus of the Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute in Kolkatta on January 7, 2022 via video conference. The institute’s second campus was built in line with PM Modi’s vision to expand healthcare facilities across the country.

The experienced director Peter Bogdanovich is dead

Oscar-nominated Hollywood director Peter Bogdanovich passed away on January 7, 2022 at the age of 82. Bogdanovich had served as a bridge between old Hollywood and new Hollywood. The legendary director directed the 1971 black and white classic “Last Picture Show”, which received 8 Academy Award nominations, including Best Director. He has also directed films such as Mask, At Long Last Love and Daisy Miller.

World Health Organization director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on January 6, 2022 that the Omicron variant of COVID-19 appears to be less effective but cannot be classified as mild. He said during a press conference that “while Omicron appears to be less severe compared to Delta, especially among those vaccinated, that does not mean that it should be classified as mild.” He said so, pointing out that the highest number of COVID-19 cases ever reported in the pandemic was reported last week. He added that the Omicron variant has people hospitalized and people killed, just like the previous ones. He added that there was a tsunami of cases that was overwhelming health systems around the world.

India is closely monitoring China’s bridge construction near Lake Pangong

India is closely monitoring China’s bridge construction in the border areas that have been illegally occupied for over 60 years. India is taking all necessary steps to ensure that its security interests are safeguarded. The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, Arindham Bagchi, announced on January 6th. He also said India never accepted such illegal occupation.

The center called on states and union territories on January 6, 2022 to establish control rooms at the district and sub-district levels to facilitate access to COVID management services. The center said in a letter that targeted measures to restore control rooms for services such as ambulance transport and hospital bookings are expected to have begun.

India is closely monitoring the situation in Kazakhstan

Inia is closely monitoring the ongoing developments in Kazakhstan, said Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindham Bagchi. He said the Indian Embassy in Kazakhstan is closely monitoring the situation, particularly with regard to the safety of Indian nationals there. The spokesman assured that India will help all Indians in need. Kazakhstan faces a national crisis after violent clashes between protesters and security forces, forcing the president to demand support from the Russia-led military alliance.

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