Badminton game for seniors to be hosted in Goa, under the banner of Enthu Cutlets Carnival

This offline event, which will be the 1st of its kind after the extensive lockdown will host 200 players.

Organised by badminton enthusiasts, the Enthu Cutlets Carnival will be the first offline sporting event in Goa since the coronavirus induced lockdown. The national-level senior badminton event will host about 200 participants from across the country at Goa's Panaji. All matches of this event will be scheduled at the Campal Indoor stadium in the state capital from November 25 to November 29. A member of the core organising committee has stated that the matches will be conducted in compliance to the state established COVID-19 protocols.


Sports and safety to go hand in hand!

The Enthu Cutlets Carnival will go live from November 25 in Goa, following the state's permission to resume sports activities, along with other normal activities, post-lockdown. This event will be a friendly match between friends and associates from various parts of the country which will conducted as per the state government's COVID-19 protocols and guidelines. The event organisers have made it mandatory for all the players, attending the carnival, to install the Aarogya Setu app on their mobile phones, among other prerequisites.

The participants will also be screened with temperature guns and oximeters at the Campal Indoor Stadium in Panaji. Members of the organising committee have also highlighted the fact that the event is not being organised under the authority of any state or national association and at any given time, only 50 sportspersons will be allowed at the venue.

From Panaji itself, about 21 players will be competing in this sporting event, who stated that their willingness to participate stems from the state's approval of resuming sports activities.

Railway's renovation project to bring a World-class, Airport-like station in Kanpur

Proposed project keeps the benefit of passengers as the focal point behind all interventions.

After the Indian Railways successfully completed the redevelopment of the Habibganj station in Bhopal, Kanpur is one of the two stations chosen for the next initiative. As per reports, the Central Railway station is all set for a revamp by the Railway Authority in line with the airport standards. On Friday, a group of officials from different agencies conducted a meeting and deliberated on various issues regarding the renovation project.

IRSDC, RLDA and other central agencies roped in for the project

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The plan for the redevelopment of the railway stations has been prepared by the Ministry of Railways in consultation with the Indian Railway Station Development Corporation (IRSDC), Rail Land Development Authority (RLDA) and other central agencies. With an aim to speed-up the process, IRSDC and RLDA have already started their work to check the technological feasibility and financial viability of the redevelopment project.

As per the current proposal, the exercise will be divided into different stages based on the feasibility reports. While discussing the various areas of renovation, a senior official pointed out that the benefit of the passengers must be the focal point behind all interventions. He added that it is important to consider unusual circumstances like heavy rains or dense fog while working out on the implementations.

Enhancing & upgrading passenger amenities a top priority

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The official further stated that the development works of the station must be envisioned upon the needs and requirements of the next 40 to 50 years. A representative from IRSDC delivered a PowerPoint presentation covering the various facets of the redevelopment project. He emphasised the fact that enhancing and upgrading passenger amenities must be the first priority of the innovative scheme.

India has got its first world-class, airport-like railway in Bhopal which would be inaugurated soon. With the current initiatives in line, the country's rail-travel system is bound to be changed soon.

Set to open for public use in January 2022, Kanpur Metro dives into fine-tuning with vigour

Electrical and fire fittings, civic construction work, underground tunelling work to begin simultaenously for Kanpur Metro

The Kanpur Metro has buckled to boost its construction phase work, streamlined to inaugurate the services for public use by January next year. As per reports, tenders for laying metro-line corridors will be assigned in the coming week and the pivotal construction work will begin by April. The authorities have slated to lay electrical lines, in addition to setting tracks and fire safety provisions simultaneously to holistically establish the system. Marked for November trials, Kanpur too will become a 'metro-city' by 2022.

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Boosting network connectivity​ across the state, Goa to have 62 new mobile towers soon

The latest intervention is a part of the government's Telecommunication Infrastructure Policy 2020.

The Chief Minister of Goa announced a new proposal to enhance mobile connectivity in the state on Saturday. As per reports, Goa is all set to witness the installation of about 62 new mobile towers in the near future. The latest step which comes as a part of the government's telecommunication policy will not only improve network accessibility in the state but also amplify the existing infrastructure.

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IIM-Indore to lead Madhya Pradesh on the path of self-reliance with its expert industrial policies

The backbone of Aatmanirbhar evam Samridha MP, IIM Indore to culture an environment conducive to development.

The Indian Institute of Management Indore will take the pivotal position to lead the state of Madhya Pradesh on its journey to be self-reliant or 'Aatmanibhar'. Harbouring its expertise for the benefit of the state, this institute will help draw new industrial policies which are conducive for culturing the state's landscape to accommodate growing businesses here. This will also facilitate the ease of doing business here which will attract new ventures as well as boost domestic talent.

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A cold Sunday greets Lucknow; winter chills bring haze and fog in the city

The temperature fall will be more evident in the following week.

Lucknow wakes up to yet another cold winter morning as the sun remains shrouded by haze and fog. As per forecasts, night temperatures in the city will go as low as 10°C which will be accompanied by soft-blow of eastward winds. The cold will intensify and the temperature dip will be more evident in the following weeks as the winds will turn their direction, blowing towards west and north-west.

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