Delhi’s air quality doesn’t seem to improve anytime soon. An overall air quality index (AQI) of 377 was recorded by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) on Sunday, which is the highest in 20 days.

Delhites woke up to a foggy Monday morning while a minimum temperature of 7.6 degree celsius was recorded on the day. According to System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), the level of PM2.5, fine particulate matter in the air with a diameter of less than 2.5 micrometre, was recorded at 201, ‘very poor’ category, and PM10 level at 336 in the ‘poor’ category at 8am. It is also predicted that the pollution will rise in the next two days and will remain in the very poor category.

The data above generates some serious concern, because it is definitely not lying in the range of 0-50, which is considered good. Rather it lies in the 201-300 poor and 301-400 very poor categories. Whereas 51-100 is considered satisfactory, 101-200 moderate and 401-500 is marked as severe/hazardous. Meanwhile, the maximum and minimum temperatures in the region were hovering at 24-degree Celsius and 11-degree Celsius, respectively.

An increase in pollution is expected in the coming two days and can be brought down only if the city receives rain.

Driven by Lucknow boy Hemant Thakur, 'MOST' has distributed over 40,000 meals during this lockdown

The team has also helped thousands of migrants to register for special trains and sent them back home.

Since 2014, MOST has been functional in Lucknow and is run by city boy Hemant Thakur. It was founded with a vision to teach children hailing from underprivileged sections of the society. So when the country-wide lockdown was imposed, many of those pupils studying here reported that their parents who were mostly daily wagers, had lost sources of income and have been facing issues of various kinds. To minimise this crisis, Hemant took it upon his shoulders to reach out to people in need and his story has left us all inspired!

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Shopping Complexes can now reopen in Lucknow; here are the guidelines to be followed

Shopping complexes can reopen however, malls will remain shut.

After a gap of 2 months, finally the authorities have come up with considerable relaxations during this 4th phase of the lockdown in hopes of reviving the economical conditions. The administration of Lucknow announced that centrally air-conditioned shopping complexes in the city can be back in business but the air conditioners need to be kept shut.

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Lucknow's Munick has launched a new menu so take out your phones and start ordering!

The German bistro is back with a new pocket-friendly menu to curb our hunger pangs in delicious ways!

Given the new rules and regulations of the 4th phase of this lockdown situation, many eateries have been given the permission to serve their patrons once again, through online deliveries. Luckily for us, Munick is on the list and we're absolutely thrilled to binge on their options, after weeks of cooking meals at home. Honestly, this is the kinda good news foodies all over the city have been hoping for and it's FINALLY here! Download the full menu by clicking below.

Munick Delivery Menu Online.pdf

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After a pause of two months due to the COVID-19 crisis at hand, the centre has allowed domestic flight operations but this time, there are new rules and regulations to be followed. Lucknow's Chaudhary Charan Singh airport became functional again and flyers coming back to the city from anywhere across India, have been instructed to stay in home-quarantine for 2 weeks.

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