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Current Affairs January 2022: Read below 5 most important current affairs for 19 January 2022. Current affairs for all competitive exams, see here.


NDRF's 17th  Raising Day celebrated on January 19

NDRF Raising Day is observed by the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) in India every year on January 19. NDRF Raising Day 2022 marks the formation of the disaster response force in the country back in 2006 and this year marks the celebration of the 17th NDRF Raising Day. On NDRF day,  learn more about the day’s history, the current NDRF Chief, and 5 interesting facts about the National Disaster Response Force. 

IAS officer Vikram Dev Dutt appointed Air India CMD

Senior bureaucrat Vikram Dev Dutt as the chairman and managing director of Air India by The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions. He takes over Rajiv Bansal. 


Cartoonist Narayan Debnath dies in Kolkata

The creator of Bengali comics based on the immortal characters of Bantul and Nonte & Fonte, Narayan Debnath, died of age-related health ailments on Tuesday. He was 96.


Reliance Retail gets 54% stake in Addverb Technologies

The retail unit of Reliance Industries, Reliance Retail Ventures Ltd, has picked up a 54% stake in Addverb Technologies for $132 million. Addverb Technologies is a robotics startup. Sangeet Kumar is the CEO and Co=founder of the startup. 


Tennis player Sania Mirza to retire after 2022 season

On Wednesday, Indian tennis player Sania Mirza has announced that the current season would be her last on the WTA Tour after a first-round loss in the women’s doubles of the Australian Open in Melbourne.

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