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Tarun KohliPublish Date: 15 Feb, 2023

Current Affairs January 2023: Read below the most important current affairs for 15 February 2023. For current affairs for all competitive exams, see here.

Government declares emergency in New Zealand due to cyclone Gabrielle

The storm in New Zealand is causing extremely high waves to rise and a lot of rain. Several of these provinces have experienced flooding. In such a circumstance, the government has made a significant choice. Six regions that have previously proclaimed a local state of emergency will be covered by the national state of emergency that was announced on Tuesday (February 14) in a press release from the New Zealand government. Northland, Auckland, Tairawiti, Bay of Plenty, Waikato, and Hawke's Bay are some of these regions of New Zealand.

First Female Space traveler from Saudi Arabia

Ali Alkarni, a male astronaut, and Rayanah Barnawi, a female astronaut, will both represent Saudi Arabia in space (ISS). He will join the second all-private astronaut mission team of Axiom Space. This Saudi mission aims to showcase Saudi expertise in human space flight and seize opportunities provided by the space sector.

Shubman Gill selected as the ICC Player of The Month

Shubman Gill, an Indian batsman, has been named the ICC Male Player of the Month for January in recognition of his steady performance in ODI matches. In January, Gill set records in the game of limited-overs cricket. He amassed a substantial number of runs in ODI matches against Sri Lanka and New Zealand. In January, 23-year-old Gill recorded three scores of at least 100 and totaled 567 runs. In Hyderabad's opening game of the series against New Zealand, he got a double century.

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