1.    Joe Biden appeals the voters to stay calm: Joe Biden said that each ballot had to be counted and pushed back against Trump’s appeal to halt the US election results and said that, he had been confident about his win and he had been happy with his place. He appealed his voters to maintain calm and composure for a few more days.

2.    Showik seeks bail again: Actress Rhea CHakraborthy’s brother Showik Chakraborthy he has sought the bail again after a month of rejection of his bail petition citing a recent Supreme Court ruling.

3.    BJP’s Bengal election target 200: In a meeting with the West Bengal party workers, Amith Shah, the Home Minister and BJP leader said that the target to win the elections was 200 seats.

4.    Breather for Arnab: Supreme Court on Friday gave a breather to Republic TV editor in chief, by granting protection from arrest in the Maharashtra Assembly breach of privilege case.

5.    Biden’s slim lead in Georgia: In the nail-biting contest between Republican party candidate and president Trump and Democratic party president Joe Biden, Mr Joe Biden, led in Georgia and nearing the Whitehouse.

6.    Lalu Prasad Yadav will continue to be in jail: Former Bihar CM will have to continue to be in jail till the election results come out.

7.    Improvement in Soumitra Chatterjee’s health: Soumitra Chatterjee’s health marginally improved on Thursday, confirmed the team of doctors treating him at Kolkata’s Belle Veu hospital.

8.    Greta Thunberg mocks Trump: There is a saying “ Revenge is a dish best serving cold “ when Paris climate meets, Trump rejected to make his contribution for the climate cause. In this regard Greta got an opportunity to mock and she did. Her tweet reads “So ridiculous. Donald must work on his Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Donald, Chill!”

9.    IPL qualifier: In the qualifier match, Mumbai Indians comprehensively won the match against Delhi Capitals.

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