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Fight over having rasgulla first at wedding reception in Agra leaves one dead, five injured



A shocking incident has been reported from Uttar Pradesh Agra, where a massive fight broke out at a wedding reception that left one person dead and five injured. According to the reports, it has suggested guest who was waiting for the after-meal dessert rassgulla did not arrive on time which leads to massive violence.

Reports revealed that the wedding of Javed and Rashid, both brothers was all set to take place in Agra’s Vinayak Bhawan with the daughters of Usman. When the dinner for guests was served, the desert rasgullah was in short supply which caused heated arguments between the bride and groom’s sides guests.

Locals who attended the wedding said that the guests from both sides took out knives and started stabbing each other without realizing where they were or what they were doing.

After being badly stabbed by one of the guests, many attendees were rushed to the hospital to get first aid. Among the injured, a 22-year-old man named sunny sustained a serious injury. He was immediately taken to the Community Health Centre. After assessing his situation, they referred him Sarojini Naidu Medical College where he died.

This is not the first time such an incident come into the limelight. Earlier, a similar incident has been reported from Agra’s Vikrampur area, where guests at a wedding had a heated argument over the shortage of plates. Later, the scene escalated and turns into a massive fight that let one dead and several injured.

In another incident, which was reported from Gujarat, a man who was trying to fire in the air end up shooting at the groom. Police arrested him under murder charges.

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Exit polls 2023: BJP gains in Rajasthan, Congress in Chhattisgarh, Telangana, tough contest in MP

As per exit polls, the BJP is set to defeat the Congress and return to power in Rajasthan, while the Congress might reclaim its power in Chhattisgarh.



The assembly elections for five states concluded today after Telangana voted to elect 119 members of the state legislative assembly. The result of the exit polls has been announced. The counting of the votes for all the five states namely Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Telangana and Rajasthan will take place on December 3. 

The exit polls predicted Congress win in Chhattisgarh. If the Congress reclaims its power in the state it will be a major boost to the party ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Exit poll of ABP News- C Voter showed BJP with 36-48 seats, Congress with 41-53 seats. As per India Today- Axis My India, BJP gained 36-46 seats with Congress winning in 40-50 seats. Jan Ki Baat predicted 34-45 seats for BJP and 42-53 for Congress. News 24- Today’s Chanakya showed 33 seats for BJP and 57 seats for Congress. TV9 Bharatvarsh- Polstrat and Republic TV- Matrize showed 35-45 and 34-42 for BJP, while 40-50 and 44-52 for Congress respectively. The two-phase assembly election in the state took place on November 7 and November 17. To win the assembly election in the state, the political party must win 46 seats. 

In Rajasthan, the exit polls predicted that Ashok Gehlot might lose power as BJP is gaining majority seats in the state. Notably, a political party needs to win 100 seats in order to win the assembly election in the northern state. Dainik Bhaskar gave BJP 98-105 seats, Congress around 85-95 seats. Jan Ki Baat predicted 100-122 seats for BJP and 62-85 seats for Congress. India Today- Axis My India showed 80-100 seats for BJP and 86-106 for Congress. TV9 Bharatvarsh- Polstrat gave 100-110 seats for BJP and 90-100 seats for Congress. Times Now-ETG predicted 108-128 seats for BJP, while 56-72 for Congress. Rajasthan conducted a single-phase assembly election on November 25.

According to multiple exit polls, Madhya Pradesh might witness a tough fight between BJP and Congress. To win the assembly election in the state, a political party has to win 116 seats. Dainik Bhaskar predicted 95-115 seats for BJP and gave Congress 105-120 seats. Jan ki Baat predicted 100-123 seats for BJP and 102-125 seats for Congress. Republic TV- Matrize predicted 118-130 seats for BJP and 97-107 seats for Congress. TV9 Bharatvarsh- Polstrat showed 106-116 seats for BJP and 111-121 seats for the Congress. Madhya Pradesh assembly election was carried out on November 17. 

Congress might win in Telangana, where the assembly election was conducted today. As per India TV- CNX, BRS will claim 31-47 seats, 63-79 Congress, 2-4 BJP and 5-7 AIMIM. Jan ki Baat predicted 40-55 seats for BRS, 48-64 seats for Congress, 7-13 seats for BJP and AIMIM 4-7 seats. Republic TV- Matrize showed 46-56 seats for BRS, 58-68 seats for Congress, 4-9, 5-7 seats for BJP and AIMIN respectively. TV9 Bharatvarsh- Polstrat predicted 48-58 seats for BRS, 49-59 Congress, 5-10 BJP and 6-8 AIMIM. To win the Telangana assembly election, a political party has to win 60 seats in the state legislative assembly. 

In Mizoram, MNF and ZPM witnessed a tight battle in winning the assembly election with 21 seats. ABP News-C Voter predicted 15-21 seats for MNF, 12-18 seats for ZPM, 2-8 seats for Congress. India TV- CNX showed 14-18 seats for MNF, 12-16 seats for ZPM, 8-10 for Congress and 0-2 for BJP. Jan Ki Baat predicted 10-14 seats for MNF, 15-25 seats for ZPM, 5-9 seats for Congress and 0-2 for BJP. Republic TV- Matrize showed 17-22 seats for MNF, 7-12 seats for ZPM, 7-10 seats for Congress and 1-2 for BJP. Times Now-ETG predicted 14-18 seats for MNF, 10-14 seats for ZPM, 9-13 seats for Congress and 0-2 seats for BJP. Mizoram was the first state to go into assembly election on November 7.

In short, according to the exit polls, the BJP is set to defeat the Congress and return to power in Rajasthan, a state that has voted out the ruling party in elections for the last three decades. In BRS ruled Telangana, the Congress appears to be surging ahead as the exit polls indicate a clear lead over BRS.  As per exit polls, Congress might retain power in Chhattisgarh giving the party a major boost ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. In Madhya Pradesh, BJP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is looking for his fifth term with Congress giving a tough competition to the party. Meanwhile, the exit polls have shown no clear winner in the Mizoram Assembly election.

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Rajasthan election: No matter what exit polls say, Congress will once again form government, says CM Ashok Gehlot

However, the Chief Minister mentioned that if the BJP’s religion card works, then they might emerge victorious in Rajasthan.



Ahead of the exit polls, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday said that no matter what exit polls say, Congress will once again form the government in the state. The Chief Minister also put forth three reasons to back his claim, and added that not just in Rajasthan, but the BJP is not going to win in any of the five states where assembly elections took place.

Ashok Gehlot said that firstly there is no anti-incumbency wave against the Congress-led government in Rajasthan. He added that the second one is the Chief Minister as BJP voters will also say that the CM left no stone unturned in carrying out development work. He then pointed out that the third reason is the language used by the Prime Minister, Home Minister, BJP Chief Ministers and Union Ministers during the campaign. 

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that the BJP leaders used threatening and intimidating language during their poll campaign, which he feels would not be well accepted by the people of the state.  However, he mentioned that if the BJP’s religion card works, then they might emerge victorious in Rajasthan.

In the last week, Union Home Minister Amit Shah asserted that the Congress would lose from every corner of Rajasthan and the BJP will form the next government in the state. Taking a dig at Ashok Gehlot, Amit Shah said that the Chief Minister does not have any guarantee of his own. What guarantee is he giving? he asked. 

In addition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi jabbed Gehlot during a poll campaign in Rajasthan earlier this month, calling the Chief Minister magician. He said that the people have decided not to vote for the magician and that Congress will vanish from the state after the election. He also slammed the Congress government, claiming the party sent the state to the top of the chart in terms of crimes and riots by allowing anti-social elements owing to its appeasement policy. 

The assembly election took place in Rajasthan on November 25. The counting of votes will take place on December 3. 

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PM Modi launches initiative to increase number of Jan Aushadhi Kendras from 10,000 to 25,000

PM Narendra Modi also dedicated to the nation the landmark 10,000th Jan Aushadi Kendra at AIIMS, Deoghar.



Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday interacted with the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra beneficiaries through video conferencing. During the event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched an initiative to increase the Jan Aushadhi Kendras from 10,000 to 25,000. Under the aegis of Pradhan Mantri Janaushadhi Pariyojana, these Kendra’s sell medicines at subsidised rates. 

PM Narendra Modi also dedicated to the nation the landmark 10,000th Jan Aushadi Kendra at AIIMS, Deoghar. The Pradhan Mantri Bharatiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana is a campaign-public welfare scheme by the Indian government. Launched by the Department of Pharmaceuticals, Jan Aushadhi Kendras provide quality medicines at affordable prices to the masses.  

A statement from the Prime Minister’s office stated that the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra is being undertaken across the country with an aim to attain saturation of flagship schemes of the government by ensuring that the benefits of these schemes reach all targeted beneficiaries in a time bound manner.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also launched the Drone Didi Yojana. The aforesaid scheme aims to provide drones to 15,000 select women Self Help Groups during the period 2024-25 to 2025-2026 for providing rental services to farmers for agriculture purposes. 

Earlier on Wednesday, the Union Cabinet  approved a central scheme for providing drones to 15,000 women Self Help Groups (SHGs), with an outlay of Rs 1,261 crore for two years beginning 2024-25 fiscal year. Under the aegis of this drone scheme, it has been ensured that the use of technology in farming drones will improve efficiency in spraying fertilisers and pesticides.

While interacting with the beneficiaries of the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi remarked that he believes that people are saying on the basis of their experience and their heart that PM Modi’s guarantees begin from the point one stops expecting from others.

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