Morning Issues for UPSC SSC Government Exams January 14, 2022

Madhya Pradesh introduces law to regulate online gambling

Madhya Pradesh Minister of Home Affairs Narottam Mishra announced on January 13, 2022 that the state government will enact legislation to regulate online gaming after an 11-year-old boy committed suicide by committing suicide due to his addiction to an online game – Game hung. The minister said that in order to prevent such a tragic incident, we are preparing a law regulating online gambling. He said that a draft law has already been drafted and will be finalized shortly.

Critics Choice Awards Awards postponed

The Critics Choice Awards ceremony has been postponed and will now be held at a later date. The ceremony is likely to take place on a date when the BAFTA awards will be presented. The 27th edition of the Critics Choice Awards will be hosted by Taye Diggs and Nicole Byer at an in-person event in Century City, California.

Indian naval vessels engaged in naval exercises with Japanese vessels

Indian Navy vessels Kadmatt and Shivalik participated in a maritime partnership exercise with Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force vessels Uraga and Hirado in the Bay of Bengal on Jan. 13, 2022. The maritime exercise included a wide range of operations, including flight operations, tactical maneuvers and resupply approaches.

Omicron mild, affects children: expert

AIIMS Director Dr. Randeep Guleria emphasized during an interactive webinar session on January 13, 2022 that it is important for us to understand that children are not like adults and must be treated separately. Another medical expert from AIIMS, Dr. Prof. Ashok Deorari said that Omicron affects children but it is a mild disease. He also spoke about curbing the fear and panic that builds up in families.

Omicron wave likely to subside by March 2022: experts

The current wave of COVID-19 caused by Omicron is expected to subside by March 2022, according to public health experts. The spread due to the Omicron variant of COVID-19 is much faster than Delta and there has been a precipitous rise in cases over the past few days. According to experts, the threat situation is currently very high, especially in regions with low population immunity.

India Open 2022: 7 Indian players test positive for COVID-19 including Kidambi Srikanth

The India Open 2022 has been ravaged by COVID-19 cases with 7 Indian players testing positive on January 13, 2022 including Kidambi Srikanth. The others are Ashwini Pappa, Treesa Jolly, Ritika Thaker, Mithun Manjunath, Khushi Gupta and Simran Aman Singh. The Badminton Association of India (BAI) will not be able to replace these players in the main draw and their opponents will automatically advance to the next round.


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