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Fumio Kishida to Become Japan’s Next Prime Minister

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Fumio kishida to become Japan's next Prime Minister

Introduction 

On September 29, A former foreign minister of Japan Fumio kishida was recently elected as the new leader of the current ruling party and will be the next Prime Minister of Japan

He is a soft spoken centrist who has defeated famous vaccine chief Taro Kono in an unusual race to take over Prime Minister Yoshihide Saga who has already decided to Step down after a year in office. 

About Fumio Kishida

About Fumio Kishida - Japan Next Prime Minister

He has spent his childhood in New York.  There he suffered from racism at school. This worst experience gave him a strong sense of justice. 

He is a top fan of the basketball team of the Hiroshima carp. He is a very enjoyable person while Yoshihide Saga non alcoholic person Fumio Kishida failed three times in the law entrance exam for Tokyo University. His parents are disappointed in him.

There are many things in his past which have made him like this and his conservation learning is stronger than he shows.

Then he studied at Waseda, a reputed private university  because of a serious and non toxic environment.

Initially he worked at a bank when the Japanese economy boomed.

His father was touched by his  listening skills and encouraged him to give Japan a try in politics. 

Then in 1993, he followed the footsteps of his grandfather and father and entered into japan politics.He asked for voters’ suggestions and went to all the events and analyzed the ideas and views of the public.

About his Political Life

About his Political Life

He has taken some strong decisions such as tackling income equality and removing non liberal economics which has dominated Japan’s economy for a long period of time.

He was seeking a Chance to win the leadership round from his failure lesson. 

During the campaign launch he said he wasn’t good enough and didn’t have enough conviction.

But after that in the next campaign he said he has a strong conviction of being a leader.

He has contributed his efforts in LDP policy and was a foreign minister of Japan during the time period of 2012-17. He has negotiated with Russia and South Korea even though the Japan relations are frosty. He considers Abolishing nuclear weapons as his life work and he helped US president Barack Obama to Hiroshima on his historic visit in 2016. 

But he was less direct on social hot issue like gay marriage than Taro Kono. 

Conclusion

Japan ‘s next Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is a low profile person and this is characterised as a lack of charishma.

He was always reluctant to connect with the population and even found himself mock during the leadership vote and posted a weird posed picture of his wife on Twitter while serving him dinner.

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1st Cases In Andhra, Chandigarh; India’s Omicron Count Now 38: 10 Points

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Omicron

Omicron cases are increasing and there are cases of Covid-19 variant in Delhi, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Gujarat. 

There are fresh Omicron patients risen to 38 as 1 each in Chandigarh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. 

Top news related to Omicron 

There was the first case in Nagpur, Maharashtra. A 40-year-old man came back from South Africa via Delhi. He was tested positive at the airport on December 6.There was the 18th case of omicron on December 11 and 12.In Kerala’s Ernakulam, a patient returned from the UK via Abu Dhabi and tested positive for Omicron. Till then, he was home quarantined and his family members and other passengers were home quarantined. A 20-year-old who came from Italy tested positive. A man who returned from Ireland to Andhra Pradesh was tested positive for Omicron. Maharashtra has the maximum number of cases.The ICMR unit in Assam has developed a new testing kit to detect Omicron in two hours.The WHO warned the nations of the Asia Pacific region to boost healthcare capacity and full vaccinate their people.

Conclusion 

The Omicron strain is considered to be highly transmissible and it has spread to almost 59 nations.

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India’s Harnaaz Sandhu crowned Miss Universe 2021

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India's Harnaaz Sandhu crowned Miss Universe 2021

Harnaaz Sandhu, a 21 year old from India, represented India at the 70th Miss Universe 2021 which was held at Eilat, Israel. 

In 2000, Lara Dutta won the title of Miss Universe.

She was presented the crown by Andrea Meza,  the former Miss Universe of 2020 from Mexico which was live-streamed all across the world.

The first runner up was from Paraguay and second runner up was from South Africa.

About the Miss Universe event 

In the top three rounds, the contestants were asked what advice would you give to young women watching on how to deal with the pressures they face today?

Harnaaz Sandhu answered this question amazingly. She said the biggest pressure the youth of today is facing,  is to believe in themselves.  To know that you are unique makes you beautiful.  Stop comparing yourselves with others and let’s talk about more important things that are happening worldwide.  Come out and speak for yourself,  because you’re the leader of your life.  You are the voice of your own. I believed in myself and that is why I am standing here today. 

Conclusion 

Her powerful answer made the beauty top 3 of calling for less talk and more action.

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Farmer union to meet the government to decide on further movement

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Farmer union to meet the government to decide on further movement

The proposal from the government which addresses the pending issues has been accepted by farmer unions and the farmer union will be meeting the government on Thursday (9th December 2021) at noon.

Farmer union to meet the government and decide further movement

The farmer union, SKM (Samyukta Kisan Morcha) accepted the government proposal which addresses the pending issues of farmers.

It was on Tuesday (7th December 2021) when the central government sent the draft to the farmer union which is a five-member committee. Sources have indicated that once the final draft of the proposal agreed by both the parties is received by the union, the farmers’ protest which started on 26 November 2020 will end.

The issues listed in the draft were Surety on Minimum Support Price, withdrawal of the draft Electricity Amendments Bill, 2020/2021, withdrawal of criminal cases against the farmers, and also compensation for the families of farmers who died during the protest.

The SKM said that they will be meeting the government at Singhu Border on Thursday at noon to come up with a formal decision and later end the protest.

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