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Current Affairs Today 16 January 2023: National, international, state-wise

Rohan Tyagi
Rohan TyagiUpdated On: January 16, 2023 04:10 pm IST
We have shared the Current Affairs News of today 16th January 2023. Check the major events happening in international and national world.
Current Affairs Today

Current Affairs Today: Here are all the major highlights of the events happening in the national and international world for 16th January 2023. A lot is going on in the contemporary financial world and international businesses. We have come up with all the latest Current Affairs Today 16 Jan 2023 mentioned below.

Current Affairs 16 January 2023: National/State News

  • Prime Minister Modi Announced the awaited Arogya Maitri Project - Continuing the aim to be the world leader, the Indian government launched the prestigious Arogya Maitri Project. Under this project, India will be supplying medical supplies to any nation in need during any emergency or natural disaster

  • 5-G Enabled Drone Launched - Indian-based robotics company IG Drones has developed their own 5-G network-enabled Drone named ‘Skyhawk’

  • Vidisha Became 5-G Enabled District - The shining district Vidisha of Madhya Pradesh has become the first place in the country where 5-G enabled operations and use cases have been deployed by various startups. The services include Eye Screening, Health Kiosk, Lung and Brain Scans etc

  • FSSAI Released Standards for Basmati Rice - For the very first time in India, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India has released a notification regarding the quality standard of Basmati Rice including Brown rice and other milled basmati rice

Current Affairs 16 January 2023: International News

  • Rare Earth Elements Reserve found in Sweden - LKAB, A mining company in Europe has claimed to find millions of tonnes of rare earth metals in the distant Kiruna Region of Sweden

  • The number of Old-Age people to Increase in 2023 - The Union Nations (UN) has notified that the number of people aged after 65 will double to 1.6 billion to 2050

  • World Economic Forum Meeting Begins Today - World Economic Forum Meeting has begun on the theme, ‘Cooperation in a Fragmented World’ 

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