Mockery of prohibition in Gujarat; Conflicting statement of Congress leader in Madhya Pradesh; Amisha Patel’s serious allegations on LJP leader | Mockery of prohibition in Gujarat; Conflicting statement of Congress leader in MP; Amisha Patel’s serious allegations on LJP leader


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The number of corona infects in the country has crossed 8 million. On an average 800 people have been dying every day for the last 25 days, which is the second slowest pace. At the same time, Amisha Patel has accused the LJP candidate Dr. Prakash Chandra of forcibly campaigning in Bihar. However, let’s start the morning news brief…

First, let’s see what the market is saying…

  • The market cap of BSE was Rs 158 lakh crore. About 60% of the stocks on the BSE fell.
  • Shares of 2,787 companies were traded. In this, shares of 951 companies rose and shares of 1,681 companies fell.

Today these events will be monitored

  • The IPL will be played between Chennai and Kolkata today in Dubai from 7:30 pm.
  • In Maharashtra, the Governor can approve the nomination of 12 Legislative Council members from their quota today. The state government has sent 12 names.
  • Election meeting of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel three days from today due to the by-election in Marwahi in Chhattisgarh.

Home and abroad

1. 53.54% turnout in first phase of 71 seats in Bihar

In the first phase, 53.54% of the voting took place in Bihar. These 71 seats had 55.11% votes in the 2015 assembly elections. 53.54% of the votes were cast in these seats in the Lok Sabha elections. They had 50.67% voting in the 2010 assembly elections, ie this time the voting is about 2% less than in 2015 and about 3% more than in 2010.

The air of social distancing came: In Bihar, the Election Commission had said that to maintain social distancing at the polling booth, create a circle for this. For those who do not come with a mask, arrange the mask at the booth itself. This arrangement was at some places, but not everywhere.

2. Mama and Ravana

In Darbhanga on Wednesday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said in West Champaran that now effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani are being burnt instead of effigies of Ravana. At the same time, in the Madhya Pradesh by-election, Congress leader Acharya Pramod Krishnam said that if the bastion of the three uncles like Kansa, Shakuni and Maricha is squeezed, then it becomes Shivraj’s maternal uncle.

3. Bhoomipujan of Roads with Alcohol in Gujarat

Road-worshiping was done on Saturday in Dadiapada tehsil of Narmada district of alcohol-free Gujarat. Many leaders, including Bharatiya Tribal Party (BTP) MLA Mahesh Vasasa and former BJP MLA Moti Singh Vasava, performed Bhoomi Pujan with alcohol. The leaders argued that we followed the tribal tradition.

4. Kangana and BMC dispute reached lawyer’s fees

The Brihanmumbai Metropolitan Municipality (BMC) broke the office of Kangana Ranot’s Pali Hills on September 9 as illegal. The application filed under the Right to Information (RTI) revealed that BMC lawyers have so far received Rs 82 lakh to fight the case against Kangana. Has paid Kangana said- Papa’s Pappu spent public money to tease a girl.

5. US election: 6.95 crore people have voted so far

Presidential elections are to be held on 3 November in America. If you look at the figures of 6 days before this, more than 6.95 crore Americans have voted. About half of them are from the competitive states, who will decide who will win the electoral college. At the same time, the figure of pre voting in 2016 was 5.83 crores.


Where the PM last held a meeting, the NDA won 23% of the seats.

So far Modi has had 6 meetings in Bihar elections. In the 2015 elections, Modi held 31 rallies. If these meetings are seen in terms of seats, then Modi tried to get voters in 193 seats, but only 45 seats won his candidates. That is, the strike rate of his rallies was just 23%.

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Apple will finish Google’s grandeur on search!

After an antitrust lawsuit was filed against the search engine Google in the US, Apple has started exploring its options. According to reports, Apple has started showing its search results in the iPhone’s new operating system iOS 14. This is the first time that Google’s search results are not visible on any of Apple’s operating systems.

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What’s more in the headlines…

  • If you want to prevent heart diseases or reduce the risk of death after heart attack, then eat fish, walnuts, soybeans and almonds. Scientists have also stamped on it.
  • The schedule for Team India’s tour of Australia has been released. The tour will feature three ODIs, three T20s and four Tests. The first test will be Day Night in Adelaide. It will be played from December 17 to 21.
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in Darbhanga, Bihar on Wednesday that the earlier governments had a mantra – money digested, the project over. Modi described Tejashwi as the crown prince of Jungle Raj in Muzaffarpur.
  • In Bihar, LJP candidate Dr Prakash Chandra alleged that actress Amisha Patel had to catch a flight to Mumbai in the evening, but Dr. Chandra forcefully campaigned with her.


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