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December 9: Top 5 Catch points of the day, that you should not miss

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 9 December 2017, 17:59 IST

From Gujarat elections to he guest list of Anushka-Virat's wedding, here are the top Catch points of the day.

1- 10 civilians shot dead in Kabul

At least 10 members of a family were shot dead by a group of assailants in PD 15 area of Afghanistan's Kabul.

According to the Tolo News, the incident took place on Friday evening, in which four women, as many children and two men were killed.

2- Gujarat elections: 35.52 percent voting till 2pm

The first phase of the ongoing Gujarat Assembly elections has recorded a voter turnout of 35.52 percent till 2 p.m.

Till 12 noon, 21.09 percent voting was recorded in the all the 89 assembly constituencies in Saurashtra and South Gujarat region, which are voting to send their representatives in the 182-member Gujarat Assembly.

3- Gujarat polls: EC releases data of EVMs, VVPATs used in first phase

As Gujarat went to polls in the first phase today, the Election Commission of India (ECI) released a data of the number of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) and VVPATs used in all 24,689 polling stations.

A total of 26865 Ballot Units (BUs) and 24689 Control Units (CUs) were used, while 24689 VVPATs were used in the first phase.

4- Ind vs SL, 1st ODI: Here is what Rohit Sharma has to say ahead of the match

In the absence of Virat Kohli, the explosive Indian opener Rohit Sharma will lead men-in-blue. Rohit had already shown his captaincy skills in the Indian Premier League. While talking about the franchise and international cricket Rohit said: "basics of captaincy remain same."

5- Wedding of the year: Here is the guest list of Anushka-Virat's wedding; Indian team, Bollywood not invited

Even though the spokesperson of Bollywood superstar Anushka Sharma had denied all the claims about her marriage rumour with her beau Virat Kohli, yet the speculation about their marriage has not died down.

-With agency inputs

First published: 9 December 2017, 17:59 IST