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Government approves Rameshwaram-Dhanushkodi project: The government has approved laying a new broad gauge railway line connecting Rameshwaram with Dhanushkodi, which is believed to be the starting point of Ram Sethu and a major pilgrim destination.

North India shivers under severe cold; Capital Delhi records the coldest day:North India shivers under severe cold; Leh in J&K records minus 17 degree Celsius; Mercury reaches one degree in Muzaffarnagar in UP; Cold wave in Haryana and Rajasthan; Capital Delhi records the coldest day of the season at 3.6 degree; 11 trains canceled, several delayed due to fog.

UIDAI: Aadhaar not mandatory for admission in schools: The Unique Identification Authority of India has asserted that schools cannot make the 12-digit biometric identifier a pre-condition for student admission.

Lok Sabha to discuss the amended Triple Talaq Bill: Lok Sabha is set to discuss Triple Talaq Bill on Thursday; The fresh Triple Talaq Bill aims to make the practice of instant triple talaq among Muslims an offense under the Indian Penal Code with the provision of three-year jail for the husband.

Vijay Mallya’s “fugitive economic offender” verdict on January 5: A special court today adjourned its order on an application filed by the Enforcement Directorate seeking a declaration of fugitive businessman Vijay Mallya as a “fugitive economic offender” and confiscation of his properties.

NIA busts ISIS-like Terror Module, 10 arrested: Major success for National Investigation Agency as it busts a new Islamic State module styled as Harkat-ul-Harb-e-Islam’; Searches underway at 16 locations in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh; Around a dozen persons from different locations taken into custody for further questioning.

North & South Korea reconnect; inaugurate Railway and Road project: Ending the year on a positive note, North and South Korea held a ceremony on Wednesday for a project to reconnect rail and road links, although construction cannot begin while sanctions over North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs remain in place.

Government shutdown to continue U.S. President Donald Trump: U.S. President Donald Trump says, a partial shutdown of the government will continue until his demand for funds to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border is met; Markets crash over expectations that the shutdown may stretch into the new year.

Japan announces International Whaling Commission withdrawal: Japan said it would withdraw from the International Whaling Commission and start catching whales in its coastal waters after it failed to win approval from the IWC for commercial whaling.

Iraqi Christians celebrate Christmas one year after ISIS defeat: A Christmas service at a church in the Iraqi city of Mosul has taken place for the first time since militants from the so-called Islamic State were driven out of the region.

Libya: 3 dead in attack on foreign ministry building in Tripoli: In Libya, fighters have stormed foreign ministry in the capital, Tripoli, killing at least three people, including a senior civil servant.

Trump: US government shutdown to last until an agreement on border wall: U.S. President Donald Trump has said the partial shutdown of the federal government was going to last until his demand for funds to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border is met.

Indonesia: Death toll climbs to 429 from tsunami: The death toll from the devastating tsunami climbed to 429 in Indonesia while the search for the missing still continues.

NCLT helps recover Rs 80,000 crore in 2018:Tasked with a key job of helping recover unpaid corporate loans, the National Company Law Tribunal has helped resolve insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings involving more than Rs 80,000 crore in the year passing-by and the kitty is expected to swell beyond Rs 1 lakh crore in 2019 with several big-ticket default cases pending.

RBI to soon release new Rs 20 note: The Reserve Bank of India will soon introduce Rs 20 notes with additional features.

International golfer Jyoti Randhawa arrested for poaching in Uttar Pradesh: Golfer Jyoti Randhawa arrested on charges of poaching from Behraich in Uttar Pradesh; Further investigation is underway in the case.

Melbourne Test: India 215/2 on Day 1 at stumps: Riding on solid half-centuries by debutant opener Mayank Agarwal and Cheteshwar Pujara, India end day 1 of the Melbourne test against Australia at 215 for loss of two wickets; Cheteshwar Pujara and skipper Virat Kohli are at the crease.

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