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Breaking Highlights, Top Alerts of January 22

India TV provides breaking news and news alerts from India and rest of the world from Twitter and other sources of information.

Written by: India TV News Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: January 23, 2018 0:15 IST ]

Twitter is buzzing with breaking news and news alerts from India and rest of the world. Here is the coverage of all breaking alerts and latest updates from the micro-blogging site on one page:

Breaking News Of January 22:

12:14 am: 

12:05 am: We maintained our growth along with structural reforms, we worked for financial inclusion along with financial growth. PM has worked on global terrorism on the diplomatic front and to tell all of it India's delegation is here: NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant in Davos (ANI)

12:00 am: Our FDI grew by 62% when across world it fell by 16%: NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant in Davos (ANI)

11:59 pm: PM is coming here to tell unique story of India's growth along with major structural reforms and fact that India opened up economy at a time when countries are closing economies: NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant in Davos (ANI)

11:49 pm: 

11:46 pm: 

11:31 pm: Senate votes to advance bill financing government as Democrats relent, signaling end to federal shutdown is near (The Associated Press)

11:27 pm: More than enough senators have voted to advance bill ending government shutdown, vote still underway (The Associated Press)

11:23 pm: USA Gymnastics board of directors resigns in wake of abuse scandal (AFP)

11:02 pm: Is this what the ideal Chief Minister does? If Naveen Babu (Naveen Patnaik) has even a bit of sensitivity, he must take action. It is an extremely sad incident: Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on suicide of alleged rape survivor from Odisha's Koraput (ANI)

11:00 pm: US to send diplomatic team to Europe to discuss Iran nuclear deal, says United States Secretary of State Tillerson (Russian Media)

10:41 pm: Democrats aligning behind plan to temporarily fund the government and end shutdown, predict it will pass in the Senate (The Associated Press)

10:39 pm: Pence says adult film star's account of a sexual encounter with Trump in 2006 is a 'baseless' allegation (The Associated Press)

10:20 pm: Unknown miscreants vandalise a bus at National Highway-8 in Gurugram over objection to the film 'Padmaavat' (ANI)

10:10 pm: Turkish deputy prime minister says 'Operation Olive Branch' will continue until every terrorist is cleansed from region (Reuters)

10:08 pm: Battle in Syria's Afrin region kills 54 Syrian Kurd and pro-Turkey fighters (AFP)

10:06 pm: 

09:57 pm: Congress screening committee members for Nagaland elections are Kumari Selja, Gaurav Gogoi and Mausam Noor (ANI)

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