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Rajasthan: Man thrashes married woman after spotting her with lover | WATCH

The details about the woman’s identity is awaited as the investigation of the case is underway.

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Man thrashes woman in Rajasthan

A woman was tied to a tree and brutally beaten up with sticks by a man after spotting her with her lover in Rajasthan’s Banswara district.

The video in which a man can be seen brutally assaulting the woman is doing rounds on social media. First, the man tied her to a tree and then started beating her with a thick stick while others were enjoying the incident.

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The police immediately reached the spot and started investigating the matter after the video of the incident went viral on social media on Friday evening.

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In the video, the woman can be seen crying loud but the accused has not stopped assaulting her. She was surrounded by the mob but nobody stopped the man to do so. The man was brutally beaten up the woman at least for an hour, the report said.

The detail about the woman’s identity is awaited as the investigation of the case is underway. But some reports claimed that the woman is married, while the victim man is also expected to be from the nearby village.

On the orders of Superintendent of Police Rajesh Kumar Meena, DSP Kailash Chandra and SHO Karamveer Singh are investigating the matter. However, the police arrested a man, who has brutally beaten up the woman, in this case.

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MCD polls: 45 per cent cast vote in the MCD as of 4 pm

The BJP and the AAP have both professed confidence that they will win the elections, while the Congress is attempting to reclaim lost ground.

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MCD polls: 45 per cent cast vote in the MCD as of 4 pm

The State Election Commission announced on Sunday that the Municipal Corporation of Delhi’s (MCD) overall voting percentage for all 250 wards was approximately 45 per cent as of 4 pm.

The overall voter turnout for the Delhi civic elections on Sunday was just approximately 30 per cent, which may be considered a lukewarm response to the AAP and BJP’s high-pitched campaign. This is an increase from an even worse turnout of 18 per cent up until noon and 9 per cent up until 10.30 am.

Following a dip in temperature, the voting percentage in national capital civic bodies reached 18 per cent till 12 noon.

Just about 9 per cent of eligible voters had cast ballots as of Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) elections, said the State Election Commission. This low voter participation was a result of Delhi’s chilly winter.

Elections for civic bodies are currently taking place in the national capital under heavy security.

According to the State Election Commission, a large team of election officials and security organisations made enormous efforts to make the essential preparations for holding elections at 13,638 polling stations dispersed around Delhi.

68 model polling places have been set up with amenities including a waiting space or lounge, candy or toffee delivery to voters, a selfie station, and Civil Defence Volunteers to assist those with disabilities and senior residents.

A feeding room for nursing mothers, a creche for young children accompanying voters, swings for children, and a selfie booth are among the amenities set up in the 68 pink booths.

A feeding room for nursing mothers, a creche for young children accompanying voters, swings for children, and a selfie booth are among the amenities set up in the 68 pink booths.A feeding room for nursing mothers, a creche for young children accompanying voters, swings for children, and a selfie booth are among the amenities set up in the 68 pink booths. These steps are necessary to maintain electoral integrity and guarantee that all political parties and candidates have an equal opportunity to compete.

The BJP and the AAP have both professed confidence that they will win the elections, while the Congress is attempting to reclaim lost ground.

In the first municipal election held in the capital following the ward delineation, the BJP, which has controlled the civic body in Delhi since 2007, is hoping to continue its winning ways while the Aam Aadmi Party, which holds a majority in the Assembly, is hoping to gain ground.

After the new delimitation procedure, this is the first civic election. From 2012 until 2022, Delhi had 272 wards and three corporations—NDMC, SDMC, and EDMC—which were later reunified into an MCD, which had officially been established on May 22.

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Anti-hijab protests: Iran abolishes morality police after almost 2-month long demonstration

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After more than two months of anti-hijab protest, Iran’s government on Sunday abolished its morality police. This comes after the time thousands of women from the country expressed their anger by coming to the streets, cutting their hair, and asking the justice for Mahsa Amini who was allegedly killed in the custody by the morality police for violating the strict female dress code in Tehran.

The protest that was almost led by the women swept the country and forced the government to take its law back after a 22-year-old Iranian of Kurdish origin died on September 16 by the morality police.

Reacting about the same, Attorney General Mohammad Jafar Montazer said that the parliament and the judiciary are working to solve the issue of whether such laws requiring the country’s women to cover their heads need some change or not.

Montazer further stated that the morality police have nothing to do with the judiciary. The judiciary continues to monitor behavioral actions in the country, Montazer added in his statement. However, it is still unclear if the government would set up the police again in a different context or not.

President Ebrahim Raisi also said that the constitution’s republican and Islamic foundations in Iran were firmly established, but there are ways under which the implementing the constitution can be more flexible in the country.

Meanwhile, the government of Iran established the morality police under hardline president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. It was formally known as the Gasht-e Ershad or Guidance Patrol. The team was introduced to enforce laws regarding the culture of modesty, and Islamic dress and ensure women in the country wear the mandatory hijab.

Apart from Iran, Saudi Arabia also took the same inspiration and employed morality police in order to enforce female dress codes and rules of behavior in the country. However, since 2016, the team which was set up has been sidelined by the Sunni Muslim kingdom to shake off staunch ideologies

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Fans hail Virat Kohli’s unbelievable one-hand catch to dismiss Shakib Al Hasan for 29 | Watch

Team India is playing the first game of 3-match ODI series against Bangladesh in Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur in Dhaka.

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Fans hail Virat Kohli's unbelievable one-hand catch to dismiss Shakib Al Hasan for 29 | Watch

Internet is applauding Virat Kohli catch of former Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan in the 17th over. The Indian batsmen was standing inside the inner circle and took an unbelievable catch while running side wards. He even took the catch while falling and with the opposite hand.

Indian team might not have given a big chase to Bangladesh but the Indian bowling attack and its fielder and leaving not stone unturned to turn the tables. Kohli’s amazing catch and several maiden overs is a testimony of the fact the Indian players know how to step up in difficult situations.

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Team India is playing the first game of 3-match ODI series against Bangladesh in Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur in Dhaka. Men in Blue are playing an ODI series here after seven years. Senior players like Virat-Rohit have returned to the Indian team and after lossing the toss hosts invited India to bat first.

Batting first, India has set a target of 187 runs in front of Bangladesh. Indian openers Shikhar Dhawan and skipper Rohit Sharma failed to lay the foundation of a strong Indian innings and walked back to the pavilion after scoring 23 and 27 runs respectively.

Former Indian skipper Virat Kohli also failed to score big and got out after scoring 9 runs in the same over. Both Rohit and Virat were dismissed by former Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan. And the former Indian skipper balanced the score after taking this unreliable on hander.

IND vs BAN ODI Schedule and Venue

1st ODI: Will be played on December 4 (Sunday) at
Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka, Dhaka at 11:30 pm

2nd ODI: Will be played on December 7 (Wednesday) at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka, Dhaka at 12:30 pm.

3rd ODI: Will be played on December 10 (Saturday) at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka, Dhaka at 12:30 pm.

IND vs BAN ODI Squads

India ODI Squad: Rohit Sharma (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Rajat Patidar, Shreyas Iyer, Rahul Tripathi, Washington Sundar, Akshar Patel, Lokesh Rahul, Rishabh Pant (wk), Ishan Kishan, Shardul Thakur, Mohammad Siraj, Deepak Chahar, Kuldeep Sen, Shahbaz Ahmed and Umran Malik.

Bangladesh ODI Squad: Liton Das (captain, wk), Najmul Hossain Shanti, Yasir Ali, Asif Hossain, Mahamudullah Riyad, Mehidy Hasan, Shakib Al Hasan, Anamul Haque (wk), Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Nurul Hasan (wk) Wicket-keeper), Ibadat Hossain, Hasan Mahmood, Mustafizur Rahman, Nasam Ahmed and Taskin Ahmed.

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