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Today, the number of coronavirus infections in India can reach 10 million. If this happens, we will come second in the list of 220 countries of the world. Now only America is ahead of us in case of infected. However, let’s start a news brief.

First, let’s see what the market is saying

  • The market cap of BSE was Rs 185.21 lakh crore. About 50% of the stocks on the BSE fell.
  • Shares of 3,147 companies were traded. In this, shares of 1,390 companies rose and shares of 1,581 companies fell.

Today these events will be monitored

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the farmers of Madhya Pradesh through video conferencing.
  • The Supreme Court is likely to pronounce its verdict today in a disputed post case against comedian Kunal Kamra’s court.
  • Schools of 10th and 12th will open in Madhya Pradesh.

Home and abroad
Kejriwal torn copy of agricultural laws

A special session was called in the Delhi Assembly on Thursday on the issue of farmers’ agitation against agricultural laws. In this, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tore the copy of agricultural laws. Kejriwal said, “This is the first time that three laws have been passed without voting in the Rajya Sabha. I appeal to the Center not to be worse than the British.”

Supreme Court edict: Supreme Court Chief Justice SA Bobde advised both the government and the farmers on the application to remove agitating farmers from the streets. Asked the government to explore the possibility of holding agricultural laws. At the same time, he advised the farmers to change the way of protest.

Tomar’s letter to the farmers: Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar wrote a letter to farmers on Thursday. He asked the farmers not to become the pawn of the opposition. Tomar said that those who opposed the ideology of the country in the war of 1962, are misleading the farmers today.

Another ISRO flight in the sky
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Thursday launched the Communication Satellite (CMS-01) from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota. The launch was done with PSLV-C50 rocket. This is just the second launch of a satellite in the Corona era. CMS-01 is the 42nd communication satellite of India. It will cover Andaman-Nicobar and Lakshadweep in addition to the land areas of India.

55 year old rail link between India and Bangladesh started
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina on Thursday inaugurated the Chhilti-Haldibari rail link between India and Bangladesh. Now 5 out of 6 rail links closed since 1965 will be resumed. This link was closed during the 1965 war between India and Pakistan.

Donald Trump not willing to leave White House
US President Donald Trump has told his allies that he will not leave the White House on January 20 as well. On January 20, President Elect Joe Biden will be sworn in as the new President. If Trump remains adamant, a constitutional crisis will arise in the United States, which has never happened in its history.

Bhaskar Explaner
India is also ready for vaccination

Vaccination campaigns to protect against coronavirus have started in many countries including Britain, America. In most countries, the mRNA vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNotech is being used. The Indian government has also made complete preparations for vaccination. Know what is happening in India for vaccination drive.

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Today’s positive news
8 lakhs earned in one season from strawberry cultivation
Sasidhar Chikkapa, a resident of Dharwad, Karnataka, has studied up to the 10th standard. Started construction work in 2009. It did the same thing for 9 years. Earned money too, but was not relaxed. Have been cultivating strawberries for a year now. There is a production of more than 30 tonnes of strawberries annually and earns Rs 8 lakh.

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What’s more in the headlines‚Ķ

  • On the first day of the day-night Test being played in Adelaide between India and Australia, the Indian team made 233 after losing 6 wickets. Captain Virat Kohli marked his 23rd fifty of his Test career.
  • French President Emmanuel Macron also became infected with Corona. US President Elect Joe Biden will introduce the Corona vaccine next week.
  • Forbes released the list of the 100 highest earning celebs. In this, Akshay is ranked 52nd. He is the only Indian in the list, although his earnings have decreased by 88 crores over the last year.

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