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Looking for the ultimate musical experience in Jaipur? Something that soothes the soul and at the same time, evokes a whirlwind of emotions? If you are indeed looking for something like that, then head over to MTVs music summit in Jaipur which is bringing a slew of amazing and diverse artistes to the city.

No matter where your interests lie, you're bound to find something that you like. With 10 artists of musical acclaim in Indian music as well as contemporary music, there's something that you'll find for yourself too. Covering diverse musical genres, the show will certainly have something that interests you.

Some of the notable artists who will perform here include Ajay Prasanna, Aruna Sairam, Radhika Chopra, Rashid Khan, Sunanda Sharma and a few more. Each of them are masters of the art their own individual take on music as we know it will make us look beyond the veil.

Not only will they spark your interest in new kinds of music, they're going to give you insight about the music you already love. Taking place in multiple venues across beautiful, sprawling backdrops of the Pink City, the atmosphere adds a whole lot to the music and the acoustics.

In fact, the musicians also get together to throw light on the music today and how it is impacting society. This has been a pivotal role of music in the past and now, with the sounds of music changing, so are the inspirations and repercussions.

The Music Summit is no small event and if you're even a little bit of a music lover, then this is the place for you. Promising a few days of unlimited and unparalleled music, the event has lifted our moods and given us something to look forward to.

Catch MTV's music summit live in Jaipur at different venues across Jaipur from October 4 to October 6. Early bird tickets are on sale now, so book them here!

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LMC to fight air pollution in Lucknow with new anti-smog guns!

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Notably, as per the World Air Quality Report 2020, Lucknow was ranked as the ninth most polluted city in the world. It has been reported that the level of pollution rises significantly during the winters due to the drop in temperature paired with high moisture content apart from other common factors. This deadly combination leads to the trapping of particulate matter in the atmosphere, thereby deteriorating the air quality.

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Zero COVID fatalities reported in Mumbai on Sunday, for the first time in 20 months!

The latest development has brought in a new respite to the citizens and authorities alike.

After a difficult year marred by the pandemic, there is finally some good news for the people of Mumbai. For the first time since the onset of COVID on March 26, 2020, the metropolitan city has reported zero fatalities. While the city is already on the path to recovery with a decline in cases each day, the latest development has brought in a new respite to the citizens and authorities alike.

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New flights to ease connectivity from Indore to Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi & Hyderabad from October 31

These flights are part of the winter schedule approved by the DGCA

As per the new winter flight schedule approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, 25 new flight services will be started to ease connectivity from Indore to Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad. The daily flight movement between Indore and Delhi is set to increase with the induction of 16 new flights on this route. 10 new flights on both Indore-Ahmedabad and Indore-Mumbai routes along with at least 8 other services between Indore- Hyderabad, will also be functional from October 31.

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