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Corona said the government would not convene a winter session of parliament. The corona vaccine will be launched in the country from next month. The foundation of Ram temple in Ayodhya will be rebuilt. However, let’s start with a news brief.

First, let’s see what the market is saying

  • The market cap of BSE was Rs 133.60 lakh crore. Shares of 49% companies rose.
  • Shares of 3,142 companies were sold. Shares of 1,555 companies rose and shares of 1,417 companies fell.

These incidents will be monitored today

  • Farmer leaders protesting the agriculture laws said they would completely close the cold border between Delhi and Noida on Wednesday.
  • Jammu and Kashmir will go to the polls in the seventh phase of Zilla Vikas Parishad (DDC) elections. Today, 438 panchs and 69 sarpanches from 31 parliamentary constituencies will be elected.
  • The Supreme Court will hear a petition filed to remove farmers protesting on the Delhi border. The farmers’ agitation has been going on for the last 20 days.

At home and abroad
The peasant movement changed in the frontier battle

The peasant movement, which entered its 20th day on Tuesday, has now turned into an all-out war. “The government is not ready to repeal the farmers ‘law and we will continue to do so,” the farmers’ leader said on Tuesday. “We are not running away from the discussion, but the government has to pay attention to our demands and give us a concrete proposal,” said Indrajith, a farmer leader on the Singhu border.

PM Modi commented on agricultural laws in Kutch
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday once again commented on the Agriculture Act. In Kutch, Gujarat, he said, “We are ready 24 hours a day to solve every problem of the farmers.” Constantly worked to reduce the cost of farming, to increase the income of farmers. When our government took action, the protesters started harassing the farmers. I believe that the power of the farmers’ blessings is to defeat the illusions, the politics of the masses and to defeat those who carry guns on the shoulders of the farmers.

There will be no winter session of Parliament
This time the winter session of Parliament will not be called in December. Instead, a winter session will be convened with the budget session in January. According to the information received, the government has taken this decision because of Corona. Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary has written a letter to Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi asking the government to convene a winter session as soon as possible so that agricultural laws can be considered.

Corona vaccine in the country from next month
The Serum Institute of India (SII) will submit the data of the final phase of its vaccine to the regulator by the end of December. If the data looks satisfactory, Coveshield could receive emergency clearance in the first week of January. This means that the vaccination campaign in the country may start from January. The vaccine was jointly developed by Oxford University and the British company AstraZeneca.

Warning about vaccine side effects
Here the Ministry of Health has warned the states about the side effects of the corona vaccine. Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan said on Tuesday that states and Union Territories (Union Territories) would have to be ready to respond after vaccination. The government has claimed to have made necessary arrangements for the storage of this vaccine. It has 2,000 cold chain points.

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom will be the chief guest on Republic Day
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson will be the chief guest at this year’s Republic Day event. He has accepted India’s invitation for this. This was stated by British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab during a delegation-level meeting with Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the G-7 summit in the UK next year.

Test of the foundation of Ram temple in Ayodhya
The foundation of the Ram temple in Ayodhya can be rebuilt. In fact, the poles sank 2 to 5 inches during the load test. There is no sand 200 feet below the base surface of the temple, but yellow soil has been found. Piles were being tested to strengthen the foundation. When the pillar was loaded, it collapsed. Former director of IIT Delhi V. S. Eight engineers and construction experts of the committee formed under the chairmanship of Raju are monitoring the work related to the foundation of the temple.

How will the Air India auction be held?

The sale process of Air India has started. The government told companies willing to buy (EOI) to send a statement of interest. Several companies have submitted EOIs by 5pm on December 14th. The auction process has now reached its second stage. In 2018-2018, Air India has not been sold despite the government’s efforts, it looks like it will be sold now. However, aviation experts are not very keen on this right now.

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Positive news
Karan Kumar, 35, is an example of standing on one’s feet in grief and despair. He was the MP’s personal driver. A month later, after a month-long lockdown, a member of the legislature removed him. If he was living in the server quarters of the bungalow, the house was also snatched. Slept in his Alto car with wife for two months. After this, rajma-rice was sold by car near Takatora Stadium in Delhi. He now has a monthly turnover of Rs 1 lakh.

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The case against Modi-Shah was dismissed
The US District Court has dismissed the compensation case filed against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. The Kashmir separatist group and its two accomplices filed the suit seeking Rs 735 crore in damages. The organization did not present anyone at the two hearings in the case. The court then closed the case. It challenged the decision to revoke the special rights of Jammu and Kashmir.

What else is in the headlines

  • Navy submarine expert Vice Mi Demiral Srikanth passed away from Corona on Monday night. He was the Director General of Project Sea-Bird.
  • In many countries, vaccine companies are under cyber attack when corona vaccination is introduced. Moderna, a vaccine company, has also fallen victim.
  • Team India opener Rohit Sharma left for Australia on Tuesday ahead of the Test series against Australia. He could be in the squad for the third Test.