- Bollywood actor Faraaz Khan passes away at 50.
Bollywood actor Faraaz Khan who appeared in 90s films like ‘Mehndi’ and ‘Fareb’ died at the age of 50 due brain infection. The former actor took his last breath in a Bengaluru hospital.
Khan was earlier starred in Sooraj Barjatya’s romance ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ as the lead role but got replaced by Salman Khan after he fell ill before the shooting of the film began.
2. 19 year old commits suicide after losing money in IPL betting.
A 19- year old teenager from Jharkhand allegedly committed suicide at Hyderabad’s Punjakutta after he lost all his money in IPL betting.
The name of the boy is Sonu Kumar Yadav, who found hanging in his bathroom on Tuesday. He was working as a coconut vendor in the city.
When the 14th season of IPL began in September 2020, Yadav started betting in the matches. As he didn’t had enough money to participate in the betting, he borrowed money from his friends. However, be kept losing money.
Police suspect that he could not take such an extreme step just because he was in debts.
3. Biden’s campaign can take legal action if Trump tries to halt the vote counts.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s campaign on Wednesday claimed that they will deploy the US President Donald Trump if he found halting with the vote counts which are recorded in 2020 US Elections.
Joe Biden’s campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon also called Donald Trump’s move “outrageous, unprecedented, and incorrect” after he alleged fraud in Democratic’s vote count.
Trump earlier said that he would go to US Supreme Court to make sure that counting is stopped.
4. McBride becomes the 1st transgender US Senator after she won Delaware.
Democrat and Transgender activist Sarah McBride will now serve as the state senator for Delaware after Democratic party won the election at the state. McBride has defeated Republican’s Steve Washington to win the seat.
It is a massive victory for her as her power is streched in a Democratic district from Northern Wilmington to Pennsylvania border.
“It is my hope that a young LGBTQ kid here in Delaware or really anywhere in this country can look at the results and know that our democracy is big enough for them too. ” Said McBride.