Ahmedabad News Roundup | Mission Helmet Sanskar, first iconic City Civic Center at Law-garden & more

Ahmedabad News Roundup | Mission Helmet Sanskar, first iconic City Civic Center at Law-garden & more

Catch up with the latest news and updates of Ahmedabad, right here!

From City Traffic Police's Mission Helmet Sanskar to Law-Garden set to have the city's first iconic Civic Center, to SVPI Airport introducing the intelligent cleaning robot and more. Find the latest updates of the city in this Ahmedabad News Roundup.

Mission Helmet Sanskar: Traffic Police educates children on helmet safety

The Ahmedabad Traffic Police has initiated the Mission Helmet Sanskar program with the objective of educating children about the significance of wearing helmets right from a young age. This initiative places a strong emphasis on instilling a sense of personal safety responsibility among children.

As part of this initiative, over 7 thousand school-going children have been provided with helmets. Moreover, the program highlights the crucial role of parents in setting a positive example by wearing helmets themselves.

Law-Garden set to have city's first iconic Civic Center

Ahmedabad is set to witness the construction of its first iconic City Civic Center at Law Garden. Combining heritage-inspired interiors with modern exteriors, the transformed Civic Center will pioneer the integration of Metaverse technology, providing accessibility to citizens who cannot physically visit.

Through this technology, individuals can navigate the corporation office using their digital avatars, resolving queries and issues remotely.

SVPI Airport introduces intelligent cleaning robot

Ahmedabad Airport has introduced an intelligent cleaning robot for the first time. This cutting-edge cleaning robot ensures a cleaner environment for passengers, covering an impressive 13 thousand square feet per hour.

Operating continuously for 8 hours on a single charge, with a quick 6-hour recharge time, it is proficient in various cleaning tasks including scrubbing, drying, and mopping.

Rising temperatures trigger health concerns

As temperatures soar to 40 degrees Celsius, Ahmedabad witnesses a surge in heat-related health emergencies, including symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, and fainting. Experts anticipate further escalation in cases during the upcoming months of April and May, emphasizing the need for proactive measures to mitigate the impacts of worsening heat waves.

Weather Update

Tuesday saw the city experiencing a temperature of 37.8 degrees Celsius, slightly below the usual by 0.6 degrees. The minimum temperature stood at 23.5°C, which was one degree higher than the typical range.

Ahmedabad ranked as the second hottest weather station in the state, with Rajkot recording a temperature of 37.9°C. According to forecasts from the India Meteorological Department (IMD), Wednesday is anticipated to have a maximum temperature of around 38°C.

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