Say goodbye to your train ticket confirmation troubles & hello to Railofy App!

Mumbai based start-up, Railofy, lets you travel by plane if your train tickets are not confirmed.

The Mumbai-based start-up, Railofy, is the first of its kind in India to launch a 'Waitlist and RAC Protection' service in the country. This service has been designed to solve the problems faced by train travellers who are unable to complete their journey on account of being waitlisted. The enterprise ensures that its customers embark upon their journey by providing them with flight tickets at the same price of the train's if they are left hanging by the railway waiting list.

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Lucknow's HRD Specialities delivers premium health-care & pharmaceutical products

A brand that is Honest, Reliable & Diverse.

Established back in 2002 by Mr. Salil Khanna, HRD Group has undertaken the social responsibility towards delivering premium health-care & pharmaceutical products to the ones who don't want to compromise on quality. HRD Specialities has been bestowing an enriched quality of life, upon its clients through its diverse solutions. So be it immunity kits or a pain relief formula, HRD Group caters to all such needs.

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Jaipur welcomes its first underground metro station

Other services of Jaipur Metro also resume service after almost 6 months of shut down.

The Chief Minister of Rajasthan green flagged Jaipur Metro's first-ever underground station at Chandpole via a video conference on Wednesday and dedicated the service to the people of the city. This extended-stretch has been included in the 1-B phase of the metro plans, between Chandpole and Badi Chaupar, which will cover a distance of 2.1km, reducing the pressures on the road traffic, easing commute and saving time.

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Heavy rains and high COVID case rise submerge Goa into multiple challenges

All weather stations in Goa record 100mm of rainfall as the state tally booms over 590 new coronavirus infections in one Tuesday

Goa loses footing as COVID case rise on a rainy day spill troubles for the state. The perilous cloud cover over the Arabian Sea brings Goa one of its most intense spells of this monsoon season, clocking at least 100mm of rainfall in all state weather stations. Besides this, an infection spike was further witnessed in Goa this week; the state reported as many as 590 cases in a single day on Tuesday.

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Lucknow's tourist attractions to open up after six months today!

City monuments to reopen after over six months, only 2000 visitors allowed per day

In a joint meeting of the District officials, Archeological Survey of India, UP Tourism officials, a decision was taken to reopen city's monumental and tourist attractions as a part of the nationwide Unlock 4. The DM green-flagged the proposal to restart the tourist activity in the city from Thursday, September 24 only after approving the SOP submitted by the authorities.

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Amid the surging number of coronavirus cases in Indore, with 446 cases on Tuesday, the Trader Unions of Indore have induced a self-formulated weekend market shutdown, to arrest the case rise. City markets have unanimously decided to work five days a week and reduce the working hours, closing at 6 PM to reduce social crowding and consequent spread of the coronavirus infection.

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Lucknow's Acharya Ravi Sardana explains the art & science of Tarot Reading & Reiki Healing

"I practice a form of divine guidance."- Acharya Sardana

About 15-16 years back, when stuck in a tricky situation, Acharya Ravi Kumar Sardana saw an advertisement in a newspaper about a Tarot Card reader in Mumbai who was hailed as India's top reader. It was none other than the highly-regarded Dr. Kunti Nagwekar. So he took up classes under her guidance and now in 2020, Lucknow's Acharya Ravi Sardana has risen as a popular name in this field.

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Rain showers bring a much needed respite to Lucknowites, from the long sultry heat spell

Lucknow prepares for light showers with thunderstorms on Thursday.

Moderate Showers on Wednesday morning brought a relief to the people of Lucknow who were on the receiving end of a long humid and sultry heat wave. The rains have calmed down the temperatures in the city and this phenomenon is likely to extend for the next 24 hours. With average day temperatures shuttling between 26 to 29-degree celsius, Lucknow prepares for light showers with thunderstorms on Thursday too.

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Due to high rainfall in Mumbai city, the local trains hit an obstacle. The high rainfall resulted in waterlogging, in not just several streets around Mumbai but also on many train tracks for the Mumbai local trains. As of now, these trains are not operable. Many parts of Mumbai saw high rainfall on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, which led to overflowing train tracks.

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