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A video is getting viral, and people are sharing a lot on social media. It shows a funny fight between a baby elephant and its caretaker.



Elephants are known to be very friendly with humans but have you ever heard of a baby elephant fighting for a mattress. A video is getting viral, and people are sharing a lot on social media. It shows a funny fight between a baby elephant and its caretaker.

The video is shared by the Twitter account of Dr Samrat Gowda, an Indian forest officer that has been viewed over 150,000 times till now. Dr. Gowda, who shares animal videos a lot on his Twitter account, shared the clip with the caption, “Hey That’s My bed, get up.”

The clip begins with a baby elephant trying to cross the fence. Because of the long-heighted fences, the baby elephant was unable to jump, due to which he had to struggle to get out of the enclosure. Once he crosses the fence in the video, the elephant goes straight to the mattress where the zookeeper was lying on.

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The elephant immediately tries to wake his caretaker from the mattress, who was sleeping, while the keeper jokingly tries to share the mattress with the animal before being forced to wake up. However, the caretaker does not give up and once again sends the elephant to the corner with a pile of leaves and lies down on the mattress.

In the end, the man decides to share the mattress with the elephant, lies down holding her by one side, and hugged her. Many internet users were delighted with the display of human-animal friendship, with one user commenting, “This is the cutest thing ever”. Another user made fun of the incident and addressed the zoo’s caretaker saying, “lucky she didn’t sit on him”.

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IND vs BAN: Bangladesh sets 272 run target for India, Mehidy Hasan scores his first ODI century, Rohit Sharma injured

Rohit’s injury has added to India’s woes as the skipper did not turn up for opening the Indian innings.




The second match of the 3-match ODI series between India and Bangladesh is being played in Dhaka. Bangladesh skipper decided to bat first after winning the toss at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur.

In the first match of this series, India had to face defeat by a margin of one wicket. Team India would like to win this match and equalize the series but host Bangladesh are in no mood to let the series slip of their hands.

First they set a target of 272 runs for India to chase and now the host are making Indian batter beg for single runs. In three overs, Men in Blue have just made just 13 runs, plus the team has lost its most precious wickets of opener Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan.

Mehidy Hasan! Man of the moment

Batting first, Bangladesh has set a target of 272 runs in front of India. Mehidy Hasan scored a fine century for Bangladesh. At the same time, Mahmudullah played a brilliant inning of 77 runs. Both of them shared a record partnership of 148 runs for the seventh wicket. In the end, Nasum Ahmed scored 18 runs in 11 balls to take his team’s score beyond 250 runs.

Batting first after winning the toss, Bangladesh did not have a good start. Enamul Haque got out after scoring just 11 runs. By this time Captain Liton Das could not even open his account. He then shared a 28-run partnership with Najmul Hasan Shanto, but Liton Das was also dismissed after scoring seven runs in 23 balls. After this, Bangladesh team kept losing wickets at regular intervals. Shanto at 21, Shakib Al Hasan at 8, Mushfiqur Rahim at 12 and Afif Hussain was dismissed without opening the account.

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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. These two took Bangladesh’s score from 69 to 217.

Skipper Rohit Sharma is retired hurt

Indian captain Rohit Sharma was injured while fielding in the second over of this match. He has injured his thumb. Bangladesh’s Enamul Haque gave an easy catch in the slip off Siraj’s ball, but Rohit could not catch it properly. The ball hit his thumb and soon blood started to flow out. He immediately left the field and was taken to the hospital for the scan. Rajat Patidar was seen fielding in his place. At the same time, Lokesh Rahul was captaining Team India.

Rohit’s injury has added to India’s woes as the skipper did not turn up for opening the Indian innings. The absence of captain Rohit can prove to be a big blow for India. However, it is not yet clear how serious Rohit’s injury is.

MCD Elections results: AAP’s transgender candidate Bobi Kinnar makes history, wins Sultanpuri A ward

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MCD election live blog: BJP loses to Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party, AAP bags 134 seats

The Aam Aadmi Party has won 121 wards out of 250, whereas the BJP are lacking behind by winning 97 wards, according to India Today’s reports. .



The Aam Aadmi Party has won 134 wards out of 250, whereas the BJP are lacking behind by winning 104 wards, according to NDTV. The win by the Kejriwal led-of 134 wards marks the majority as they unseat the 15-year-long rein of the BJP in Delhi’s Civic body. The Congress Party tallied up to 9 seats whereas others won 3 wards.

Aam Aadmi Party Chief Arvind Kejriwal in his media address after the unseating the BJP, expressed gratitude to the people of Delhi and called himelf their son. Kejriwal also congratulated all the winning candidates and said that losers should not be disappointed as they all have to work together.

He further added that it is their responsibility to fix Delhi and clean the garbage. Arvind Kejriwal also said that AAP aims to clean corruption from Delhi too.

As the vote counting moved towards a conclusion, the trends ended up being in the favour of AAP as they succeeded in unseating the BJP from the MCD after 15-year-long rein. The vote counting for the MCD polls commenced on Wednesday and Arvind Kejriwal-led outfit eyed the objective to dethrone the 15-year-long incumbency of BJP in the Delhi MCD elections.

The civic body election were held on 4 December.

The vote counting for the MCD elections commenced at 8 am on Wednesday. The people of Delhi voted in the MCD elections which were held on 4 December. The Vote counting was scheduled for 7 December. The MCD election saw a neck-and-neck battle between the Saffron party and the Arwind Kejriwal-led party.

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Aam Aadmi Party has registered their first win with Sarika Chaudhary taking over the Daryaganj, AAP has also won the Kapasheda, Ranjeet Nagar, AAP candidate Sultana Abad won the Jama Masjid ward. AAP Transgender candidate Bobby Kinnar has bagged Sultanpuri-A ward. AAP candidate Praveen Kumar has registered win in Madanpur Khadar East, Simmi Yadav won Sagarpur ward. Mukesh Goel won Adarsh Nagar ward, Andrews Ganj ward won by Anita Baisoya, Badarpur’s Manju Devi emerged victorious, Bawana’s AAP candidate Pawan Kumar also registered Victory. AAP’s Rafia Mahir won from Bazar Sita Ram.

Others who registered a win for AAP inlude, Ajit Singh from Bhalswa, Amrit Lal Jain from Budh Vihar, Purnadeep Singh Swahney from Chandini Chowk, Pinky Tyagi from Chattarpur, Ashu Thakur from Chhitranjan Park, Vikas Tank from Civil Lines, Tillotma Chaudhary Dabri, Kiran Bala from Delhi Gate, Neha Aggarwal from Dhirpur, Behn Preeti from Dilshad Colony, Sunita from Dwarka-C, Dr Shelly Oberoi from East Patel Nagar, Priyanka Gautam from Gharoli, Sarita Phogat from Green Park, Rakhi Yadav from Hastsal.

The AAP Candidates who won also include Neha Mishra from Holambi Kalan, Timsy Sharma from Jahangir Puri, Dimple Ahuja from Janakpuri South and several others.

BJP’s winning ward

On the other hand, BJP’s Shyam Kumar Mishra won Mohan Garden ward and reportedly, Seema Sharma has won the Seelampur ward, Ram Kishore Sharma has won from from Shakarpur ward. BJP has also bagged Rohini D, Maujpur, Laxmi Nagar Geeta Colony, Gautampuri and Lajpat Nagar ward.

BJP’s Gulab Singh Rathore has won from Mukundpur Kadipur Ward and BJP candidate Gayatri Yadav won the Samaypur Badli ward. BJP has also succeeded to win at Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s home turf as the Renu Chaudhary has won from Paparganj Ward and several others.

Congress party winners

Ariba Khan from Abul Fazalenclave, Sheetal from Aya Nagar, Shagufta Chaudhary from Chauhan Banger, Zarif from Kabir Nagar, Mandeep Singh from Nihal Vihar, Sameer Ahmed from Shastri Park, and Nazi Danish from Zakir Nagar.

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MCD election live blog: AAP dethrones BJP after 15 years, wins majority

Kejriwal Government has succeeded to unseat the BJP in the Delhi MCD after 15-year-rein. The win comes contrary to the BJP’s spokesperson Ajay Sherawat’s statement who had claimed the win for the BJP.



Kejriwal Government has succeeded to unseat the BJP in the Delhi MCD after 15-year-rein. The win comes contrary to the BJP’s spokesperson Ajay Sherawat’s statement who had claimed the win for the BJP.

The Kejriwal-led Party till now has crossed the halfway mark by winning 126 wards out of 250 wards after pulling far ahead of BJP as the Saffron party fail to chase behind even after bagging 97 wards according India Today’s report.

Aam Aadmi Party’s Raghav Chadha while talking to the media has launched an attack on the MCD ruling BJP as he stated that BJP got a befitting reply from the people of Delhi and added that that the people have voted for the one who works for development. In his statement, people by voting for Arvind Kejriwal in MCD has cleansed Arvind Kejriwal from BJP’s allegations.

According ABP’S report, the Arvind Kejriwal-led party is leading in 134 seats, whereas BJP is moving ahead in 103 seats. The grand old party is failing to maintain double digits as they lead in 9 seats. Other party candidates are moving ahead in 4 seats.

The AAP has won the 106 seats while the AAP’s counterpart BJP has won 85 wards according to State Election Commission. As the counting of votes closes toward conclusion, it is fair to suggest that the Aam Aadmi Party will unseat the Bhartiya Janata Party from the MCD after 15-year-long rein.

So far AAP is pulling away from BJP in the trends and till now the Arvind Kejriwal-led party have bagged 92 wards, whereas AAP’s counterpart BJP has won 73 wards, according to Times Now. it is also reported that 93% of votes have been counted so far.

Aam Aadmi Party leader and Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann stated that first Arvind Kejriwal unseated 15-yr-long incumbency of Congress rule in Delhi and will continue to do the same by dethroning the 15-yr-long BJP Incumbency in MCD. Punjab CM further added that this shows that people of Delhi don’t like politics of hatred, they vote for schools, hospitals, electricity, cleanliness & infrastructure.

Despite AAP’s much anticipated win in MCD elections, the BJP Spokesperson Ajay Sehrawat stated that the trends are going in BJP’s favor and further claimed a win for the BJP in the civic body elections. Sehrawat’s claims are contrary to the voting trends that favors the Aam Aadmi Party.

According to reports, the 82 percent of votes has been counted so far and as per for the NDTV reports, the AAP is leading in 131 wards, whereas, the BJP is leading in 104 wards. The grand old party is at 10 and other party candidates are leading in 4 wards.

Aam Aadmi party’s candidate from Sultanpuri A ward, Bobby Kinnar, has bagged a win for the AAP. Bobby Kinnar, who belongs to transgender community, has made history by winning and also contesting in a Civic body election.

Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta has claimed that the people of Delhi will take revenge from the Delhi CM and cited the issues of alleged corruption the Delhi CM indulged in. Delhi’s BJP chief further claimed a 4th term for the BJP in the MCD election.

The new voting trends suggest that AAP is leading in 129 wards, while the Saffron party is at 105 and the Congress is leading in 11 wards. Other parties till now are leading in 5 wards. 68% votes have been counted so far. According to States Election Commission, AAP has won 25 whereas BJP has won 26, grand old party has also succeeded to win 3.

Aam Aadmi Party’s Saurabh Bhardwaj told the media that the reason the BJP was postponing the MCD 2022 election in fear of the BJP losing their throne in the Civic Body. He further claimed that the Delhi people wants to see a change in power this year.

According NDTV’s reports, the AAP is leading in 131 wards, whereas the BJP is at 103. The grand old party comes back to 10 whereas the other candidates lead in 5 wards. The BJP and AAP have won 14 wards each as the neck and neck competition continues for the Civic Body Election.

According to Times of India reports, the trend continue to favor Aam Aadmi Party as AAP leads in 129 seats, while the BJP moves behind on 106. The grand old party is improving its tally as they lead in 11 wards.

The latest change in the stats show that the AAP is leading at 128 and BJP at 111 while the Congress trails behind in on 7, according to Times Now. Reportedly Punjab’s CM Bhagwant Mann and AAP MP Raghav Chadha reached the Delhi CM residence as the vote counting continues.

According to ABP, the Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party is leading in 129 wards, while the BJP is closing in by leading in 106 wards. The grand old party has also hit double digits by leading in 10 wards, whereas others lead in 5 seats.

The Aam Aadmi Party continues to spark change in the trends as they lead in 122 wards. AAP’s counterpart BJP catches on at 115 and the Congress continues to trail behind at 8. Other party candidates lead in 5 according NDTV.

AAP makes a comeback as the Kejriwal-led party moves ahead on 123 whereas BJP find themselves in a turntable situation as they close in on AAP by leading on 121 seats. The Congress Party is leading at 6.

The BJP party is leading at 123 seats, whereas the Kejriwal-led party leads at 119 and the Congress continue to trail at 8, according to reports of Times Now.

According to State Election Commission data report, the Saffron party is leading by on 107 as AAP is closing in on 95. The Grand old party is ahead in 9 wards and NCP is at 1 and independents is leading in 3 wards.

The latest trends shows that BJP leads on 122 whereas its counterpart AAP is at 95 and the Congress shows a bit improvement by leading on 9 seats. Independent lead on 3 wards, whereas NCP is at 1. BJP Vice President, Rajeev Babbar stated that even thought the voting trends show the BJP below 90, the BJP will succeed to retain power in the MCD and it will be a BJP mayor.

According to Times of India, the voting trend hints at slight change as the BJP is at 126, AAP at 118 while the grand old party leads on 6 seats. The AAP supporters have gathered outside the residence of Arvind Kejriwal’s residence to congratulate him for an anticipated win, according to reports.

The voting trends imply toward a slight change as the Saffron Party is leading at 132, whereas the AAP is leading at 112. The Congress continue to lead on 6 seats.

The BJP in the Civic body elections is leading with 127, however, the AAP is not far behind at 117. Congress continue to be lead on 6 seats according to Times Now reports.

According to official trends, the Aam Aadmi Party’s Zakir Nagar candidate Salma Khan leads from her ward, AAP’s Vijayalakshmi leads in Nangloi Jaat ward, other AAP leaders who are leading include Pankaj Gupta leading in Sangam Vihar, Bina in Mayur Vihar and Ravindra Bhardwaj in Aman Vihar ward. AAP’s candidates lead in Madangir, Chandni Chowk, and Amar Colony.

BJP’s Karol Bagh candidate Usha leads from her ward BJP whereas another BJP candidate Anil Kumar Sharma is leading from riot-affected ward Maujpur. Shyam Kumar Mishra wins Mohan Garden ward. The Saffron Party also is coming up ahead in Rohini A and Rohini F wards, and Green Park. BJP also leads in Laxmi Nagar, Malviya Nagar, Chirag Delhi, Sadar Bazaar, Karawal, Dabri and East Patel Nagar. The Bharatiya Janata Party’s Renu Chaudhary winning Patparganj ward, which the home turf of Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia.

According to Times Now, The Kejriwal-led AAP is leading on 114, whereas the BJP is ahead on 129 seats. Congress changes trend as they lead on 6 seats. However, the AAP MLA Saurabh Bharadwaj claimed to stakes on 180 seats and further stated that mayor will be from the Aam Aadmi Party.

The battle for the Municipal body (Delhi) is coming up at a neck and neck contest between the BJP and the AAP as the BJP 120 and AAP is at 115. Congress sparks in trend as they lead on 12, and 3 others according to NDTV.

BJP is continues to lead on 127 seats, whereas, their counterpart AAP is catching on by taking a lead on 103 seats according to Times of India.

The Times Now has reported that the BJP is leading at 130 seats. The tussle between the BJP and the AAP has intensified as the BJP takes the lead. The grand old party is also trailing behind with just 4 seats.

The Vote counting for the MCD polls has commenced and the Aam Aadmi Party is eyeing to unseat the 15-year-long incumbency of BJP in the Delhi MCD elections. The civic body election were held on 4 December. In the early trends, the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP is winning in 100 seats, whereas its counterpart BJP is leading in 84 seats.

The Aam Aadmi Party, which has been in power in Delhi since 2015, looks set to emerge victorious in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections. The BJP, which has been holding the MCD for quite a while, looks like it will come second while the Congress will return single figures in the elections held to the city’s 250 wards.

An Aaj Tak exit poll said the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP is expected to win on 160 seats or thereabouts. The Times Now exit poll predicted a similar end for the Aam Aadmi Party, projecting it winning some 150 wards.

The Aaj Tak exit poll predicts BJP winning 69-91 wards and on the other hand, Times Now exit poll predicts the BJP will gain power in 84-94 wards.

The returns for the Congress seem below par as mentioned earlier. The voter turnout for the municipal polls was just 50 per cent, the elections were held on December 4. It needs to be remembered that this is a municipal election and not a high-stakes Assembly election unlike the one in Gujarat, the results for which will be out on Thursday, December 8, along with results for Himachal Pradesh.

Though it may have been a civic poll, the BJP and the AAP had put forward their whole machinery to win.

Data from the State Election Commission showed that there were 1,45,05,358 registered voters in Delhi overall, of which 78,93,418 were men, 66,10,879 were women, and 1,061 transgenders.

This is the first civic election after delimitation. From 2012 to 2022, Delhi had 272 wards and three corporations—North Delhi Municipal Corporation, South Delhi Municipal Corporation and the East Delhi Municipal Corporation—which were later reunified into a single MCD, which came back into being on May 22 this year. The North Delhi body is not to be confused with the New Delhi Municipal Council which is the civic body for what remains Lutyens’ Delhi.

The campaign promises the BJP had put forward, included waiver of property tax dues of 12 years among other things. This will be a fillip for the AAP since the Delhi government has been at the mercy of the MCD following the sweeper wage row which had led to the piling up of garbage all across the Capital.

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