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Ultimately, Team India won the last ODI in Australia. However, the series lost 2–1. At the same time, tension is increasing in Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh regarding Film City. CM Uddhav said – If you have the courage, take the industry and show it. Yogi said that nothing is being taken. Making a new film city. However, let’s start a news brief.

First, let’s see what the market is saying

  • The market cap of BSE was Rs 177.11 lakh crore. About 55% of the shares of companies rose.
  • Shares of 3,085 companies were traded. In this, shares of 1,719 companies rose and shares of 1,202 companies fell.

Today these events will be monitored

  • There will again be a dialogue between the farmers present on the Delhi-Haryana border and the central government against the agricultural laws.
  • Home Minister Amit Shah and Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh will meet in New Delhi. This important meeting will take place before the government talks with the farmers.

Home and abroad
Battle for farmers started in foreign countries also

Farmer agitation continues on the Delhi border against agricultural laws. It is getting support from all over the world. Punjabi settled in many countries including Canada, America, Australia, England are supporting the peasant movement on social media. Social media is trying to increase this movement.

NCB seeks Bharti-Harsh’s custody from NDPS court
The NCB has appealed in the NDPS Special Court against the bail of comedian Bharti Singh and her husband Harsh Limbachia. The NCB, which is investigating the drugs connection in Bollywood, has sought permission to interrogate both of them in custody. On the appeal of NCB, NDPS court issued notice to Bharti and Harsh.

Corona vaccine before Christmas in Britain
Britain became the first country in the world to approve a corona vaccine undergoing three trials. It gave approval to American pharma company Pfizer and German company BioNotech’s joint Corona vaccine. It is expected that the British people will start getting vaccinated with 8 lakh doses before Christmas.

Kohli broke another record of Sachin
Captain Kohli set the record for fastest 12 thousand runs as he scored 23 runs in the third ODI and left Sachin Tendulkar behind. Sachin played 309 matches to score 12 thousand runs while Kohli has so far scored 12,040 runs in 251 ODIs at an average of around 60.

Gujarat High Court strict on not applying mask
The Gujarat High Court has said that those not wearing masks in the state will have to serve 5-6 hours at the Corona Center for 5-15 days. The punishment will be decided by looking at the age and medical history of the people without a mask. Many people are not wearing masks even in the second wave of corona infection in Gujarat.

Bhaskar Data Story
Corona patients increased after Diwali, truth is something else

There was so much chaos that Diwali increased the corona. Restrictions began to be imposed. Leaders and responsible also started saying this. But did it really happen? Statistics are saying two things. Because from November 1 to 14, an average of 45,454 new patients were being received daily, whereas between November 15 and 30, an average of 41,292 infected were exposed daily.

Positive news
Husband and wife teach tuition to poor children for Rs 10

This story is about Anirvan Nandi and his wife, Paulmi Chaki Nandi. Anirvan is a Senior Research Fellow at IIT Kharagpur and Paulmi is a Research Associate in Social Science and Economy. Both of them teach tuition for just ten rupees. Lending books through mobile library. Women also distribute free sanitary pads.
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What’s more in the headlines…

  • The agitation of farmers along the Delhi-Haryana border in protest against agricultural laws continued for the 7th day. The minister failed to convince the farmers. There will be a conversation again today.
  • Union Agriculture Minister Tomar said- 200 of the 201 recommendations of the Swaminathan Committee were implemented by the Modi government. Government’s thinking, stop exploitation of farmers.
  • The number of active cases of corona in the country, i.e., patients undergoing treatment, was 4.27 lakh. It is the lowest after peak. On September 17, there were 10.17 lakh active cases.
  • Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition government in Israel is in danger. Alliance partner Benny Gentz ​​has accused Netanyahu of vandalism.
  • The US Attorney General said – the Justice Department did not find any evidence in the investigation to prove that the election result could have been changed due to rigging.