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  • The Union Cabinet has approved a viability gap funding (VGF) scheme worth ₹8,500 crore to promote coal gasification.
  • The Central government has approved a new three-drug treatment regimen for leprosy patients, aiming to stop transmission of the disease in India by 2027.
  • The Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) has finalised guidelines to prevent deceptive or unsubstantiated environment-related claims by brands in advertising. Thus, checking claims of greenwashing.
  • Ajit Mishra received the prestigious 'Freedom of the City of London' Award.
  • Suryakumar Yadav named ICC T20I Player of the Year for 2023.
  • Indian Chief of Defence Staff, General Anil Chauhan, conversed with US Indo-Pacific Command head, Admiral John C. Aquilino, discussing defense cooperation and security challenges.
  • Vimla Machra clinched gold at Keirin race at the Cycling Velodrome
  • Randhawa became 1st Indian to win Senior Euro Q-School
  • Sreeja Akula won maiden international table tennis title.
  • Justice Prasanna Bhalachandra Varale sworn in as Supreme Court Judge
  • Padma Awards 2024 have been announced on the eve of Republic Day 2024, recognizing individuals who have made significant contributions in various fields.
  • Republic Day is celebrated every year on January 26th to commemorate the day when the Constitution of India came into effect in 1950, replacing the Government of India Act (1935).
  • The term “Zombie virus” has been used in recent news to refer to ancient viruses that have been trapped in permafrost for thousands of years. 
  • India would commence the export of BrahMos cruise missile ground systems within 10 days, with missiles expected in Philippines by March 2024, according to DRDO chairman Dr. Samir V Kamat.
  • The final preparations for the Interim Union Budget 2024 began with the traditional Halwa Ceremony in North Block, marking the onset of the budget preparation lock-in process.
  •, a prominent player in Conversational AI, introduces BharatGPT, India's inaugural Large Language Model, aiming to transform AI dialogues across 22 Indian languages.

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