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CM Yogi Adityanath has appealed to the devotees to celebrate the festivals while ensuring cleanliness and safety.



Yogi Adityanath performs Kanya Pujan

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath performed Kanya Pujan on Maha Navami of Shardiya Navratri at Gorakhnath temple in Gorakhpur on Tuesday.

Following the worship of Goddess Siddhidatri, the ninth form of Durga, CM Yogi performed Kanya Pujan. A video of the same is doing rounds on the internet wherein he could be seen washing the feet of little girls and applying tilak and askshat on their foreheads. Further, he served them food and sought the girls’ blessings and also offered them dakshina and gifts.

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After Kanya Pujan, the Chief Minister also performed Batuk Puja. Since Sunday evening, he has been staying at the Gorakhnath temple. On Sunday, he performed the rituals of Mahanisha Puja and also of Havan on Ashtami, reports said.

On the occasion of the festival Vijayadashami CM Yogi also offered his prayers to God Shrinath and also performed the aarti.

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CM Yogi Adityanath and revered saints worshiped all the deities in the temple premises according to the traditions.

Following this, the Tilak Utsav programme of Gorakshpeethadhishwar will be celebrated in the Tilak Hall of Gorakhnath Temple from 1 pm to 3 pm. In this programme, Yogi Adityanath will bless the devotees.

At around 4 pm, the grand Vijayadashami procession will be taken out by CM Yogi Adityanath. He will ride on his chariot with the blessings of Guru Gorakhnath, the procession will reach Mansarovar temple amidst the tunes of trumpets, drums, and bands.

After reaching the Mansarovar temple, CM Yogi Adityanath is scheduled to worship Lord Shiva and other deities. After this his procession is slated to reach Mansarovar Ramleela Maidan, where Lord Rama will be crowned at the ongoing Ramleela here.

CM Yogi Adityanath has appealed to the devotees to celebrate the festival of Mahanavami and of Vijayadashmi with enthusiasm while giving top priority to cleanliness and safety at Puja Pandals and temples.

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Gujarat assembly election: Congress Gandhidham candidate Bharat Solanki attempts suicide at voting booth



Amid the Gujarat assembly election’s vote count, where the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) is leading from almost every seat, an incident has been reported where a Congress candidate named Bharat Solanki from Gandhidham constituency tried to kill himself by tying a noose around the neck at the voting booth.

Solanki also claimed that the saffron party is cheating by doing some nonsense in the EVMs. A video of Solanki also went viral, where he was seen tying his neck with his scarf. Seeing him doing this, his fellow candidates stopped him.

Take a look at the video of Congress candidate Bharat Solanki attempting suicide

While accusing the BJP, the Congress candidate alleged that EVMs were not sealed properly when they were brought to the voting booth. In addition to that, he said some EVMs did not even have authorised signatures from the government. He also expressed his anger over the EVM issue by staging a dharna at the booth.

Amid this, the BJP’s spokesperson from Gujarat Yamal Vyas told the media that the current trend is proof that the saffron party going to make history this time with a huge margin. He said that the massive verdict clearly shows people’s trust in Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government in Gujarat. He further stated that the BJP’s agenda of development that the party has carried out in the state worked.

Meanwhile, when the counting of votes started, the BJP gained the early lead, leaving behind Congress, Aam Aadmi Party and others. It was at the second position hours after the Gujarat Assembly Election 2022 began.

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BJP’s Gujarat landslide win marred by Himachal Pradesh hiccup

The BJP’s record victory can be ascribed to the heavy-duty campaign by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah which seemed to have struck a chord with the people.




The BJP’s election-winning magic continued in Gujarat with it looking to win more than 150 seats in the Gujarat Assembly, creating a new record besting its 2002 haul of 127 seats despite the mismanagement in Morbi which led to the death of over 150 people in a bridge collapse.

A BJP victory was expected as exit polls clearly hinted that the BJP would come clear with ease in the 182-member Gujarat House.

Wednesday is the D-Day with the results of the elections to the assemblies of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh being declared today. The Congress, again, slumped to a bad show and looked to net less than 20, Bharat Jodo or not. The Morbi bridge collapse seemed not to have reminded voters to go in for a reality check and despite having such a big administrative fiasco to highlight, the Congress failed in translating the disappointments with the Bhupendra Patel government. So much so that the BJP won all three seats around Morbi as well.

The BJP’s record victory can be ascribed to the heavy-duty campaign by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah which seemed to have struck a chord with the people. The other high-profile campaigner, the Aam Aadmi Party, marked its debut in the Gujarat Assembly with 7 seats. Though a creditable performance, the Punjab buzz could not be replicated in the land of the Mahatma by the Arvind Kejriwal-led party. The Congress has reason to be upset with AAP since it has eaten into its votebank but that maybe a minor factor given the massacre at the ballot box.

In Himachal Pradesh, the Congress seemed to enjoy a spot of sunshine from the string of electoral defeats plaguing it where anti-incumbency and factionalism had weakened the BJP. Outgoing Chief Minister Jairam Thakur won convincingly from Seraj as did the rest of the party but couldn’t beat the Congress in the state’s continuing custom of swapping parties every 5 years. Like many would remember, Thakur’s feat was similar to the Sachin Tendulkar 100 in a match India lost in the late 1990s. In the 68-member House, the Congress was inching towards 40 seats. The BJP was at 26. Resort games likely soon.

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IND vs BAN: Virender Sehwag trolls Team India, says Cryptos se bhi tez gir rahi hai performance

Now India will play the third ODI Will be played on December 10 (Saturday) at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka, at 12:30 pm.



Virender Sehwag trolls Team India, says Cryptos se bhi tez gir rahi hai performance

Team India lost the second ODI match against Bangladesh on Wednesday in a clinching battle. Host won the toss and decided to bat first, despite being down to 6 wickets Bangladesh turned tables around and maintains their undefeatable at home series record since 2016.

In 19 overs, Bangladesh had lost six wickets on the score of 69 runs. The Indian bowlers were in excellent touch with Washington Sundar taking three wickets. Siraj took two and Umran took one wicket. All the bowlers bowled economically, but after that Mehdi and Mahmudullah turned the match around. There was a 148-run partnership between the two for the seventh wicket. The pair first batted slowly to put on a half-century partnership and then scored quickly. They two took Bangladesh’s score from 69 to 217.

And seems like veteran cricketer Virender Sehwag was not at all impressed with Team India batting or bowling. He took to his Twitter account and wrote, “Cryptos se bhi tez gir rahi hai apni performance yaar. Need to shake up and wake up.”

Indian batting

India started it’s innings with Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan as Rohit Sharma had injured his thumb while fielding and was out during the first innings. However, Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan was dismissed quick by Bangladesh bowlers at an unplayable ball. But Shreyas Iyer 82 off 102 and Axar Patel’s 56 off 56 brought Team India back into the contest.

Even Rohit Sharma came to bat with the tail enders to save the match despite being hurt. He scored 51 not out off 28 balls but his valiant effort went in-vain as he nearly took his team home while batting with a broken thumb, India lost the second ODI by 5 runs and with this defeat Bangladesh took a winning lead of 2-0 in the three match-ODI series.

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