Following the bad weather conditions and dense fog, several flights from the city of Indore had to be delayed or halted, causing much inconvenience to passengers. On Friday morning, the city saw the most dense fog this year and flights to Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and a few other places were delayed by up to three hours.

Most of the affected flights were Indigo flights, and flights to Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru were affected the most. Flight 6E 656 to Delhi was delayed by almost 3 hours and over 40 minutes, Flight 6E 702 and 9W 803, both flights to Bengaluru were delayed by over an hour and a half. Apart from that, a flight from Nagpur to Indore, flight 6E 509 was also delayed by almost two hours.

From Mumbai, the flight 6E 655 which was scheduled to depart at 7:25 in the morning took off three and a half hours late at 11:05 in the afternoon. Another flight by Air India, flight AI 635 from Indore was delayed due to a Republic Day parade practise. This particular Air India flight will be delayed till January 26, when the actual parade takes place.

Met department authorities have claimed that the trend will continue for a few more days due to the low temperatures and thick layers of fog and smog all across a number of cities. They have said that there is little that can be done to steer clear of it and this is one inconvenience that commuters will have to take in their stride.

Indore Railway Station gets its first Self-check plus and sanitiser kiosk

Here is all you need to know about the new self check kiosk

Indore Railway Station now houses its first ultra-modern, self check plus and sanitizer machine. This technology has been provided by the Western Railways which stands as a testament to the advancing medical technology in the state as well as the country. The kiosk is completely unmanned and runs on a programmed artificial interface system to check the oxygen saturation and concentration of the passengers in the health sensitive environment of the coronavirus pandemic.

Keep reading... Show less

Indore's health department draws a massive list of 230 virus-infected areas on September 18

8 new city areas have been recently identified by the Health Department

Indore has been experiencing a steady rise in the number of new cases, however, the scope of spread has widened. More and more areas of the city are now within the grip of the coronavirus, which is growing and transmitting at an alarming rate of 2.7% in Indore as well as Madhya Pradesh. To raise awareness among its citizen body, the Health Department released an area-wise list of infected patients in the city.

Keep reading... Show less

COVID-19 cases in Indore cross 17,000; MP records systemic failure in testing provisions

Many people in Tana village, which is situated in MP's Dhar district, are corona positive.

Madhya Pradesh is one of the worst-hit states in India, pertaining to the coronavirus and as of now, 95,515 confirmed cases have been reported here. 22,136 cases are listed as active currently and the state has observed 1,844 fatalities. Amidst this gloom, MP has documented an alarming systemic failure, in regards to the COVID-19 testing provisions. Many people in Tana village, which is situated in MP's Dhar district, ended up as corona positive without even being tested.

Keep reading... Show less

Indore remains as the worst-hit district in MP, with COVID-19 cases surging over 15,000

Most businesses in the city have decided to pull down their shutters after 7 PM, in the wake of the steady rising of the cases.

Indore in the state of Madhya Pradesh, is the worst-hit district in regards to the coronavirus. The city has reported over 300 new COVID-19 victims on Thursday which has taken the total number of cases to 15,764 and the death toll as of today, is marked at 438. This has pushed the state's confirmed corona cases to 81,379 and as a whole,1,661 fatalities have been observed.

Keep reading... Show less

Indore Unlock 4: ibus services resume after 5 months, hotels allowed to run at 100% capacity

Indore lifts night curfew and Sunday lockdown in the city.

In a new set of moderations and relaxations, the city of Indore will witness the return of AICTSL ibus service after a period of 5 long months. Other movement curtailing and restricting protocols of the city, such as the night curfew and the Sunday lockdown have also be revoked, restoring normalcy in the lives of Indoris.

Keep reading... Show less

Subscribe to our newsletter


Most Read