445 corona victims in Indore recovered in the last 24 hours; MP's recovery rate at 88.4%

The state CM said that adequate beds and oxygen were available in corona hospitals across all districts.

Although Madhya Pradesh has recorded 1,49,761 cases till now, reports state that the ongoing corona pandemic is gradually coming down. There has been a decrease of 37% in fresh coronavirus cases in the state in the last three weeks and the state's recovery rate has gone up to 88.4% while the death rate is currently marked at 1.78%. On the other hand, Indore has reported 418 fresh COVID-19 cases but the number of recovered patients stands higher at 445, in the last 24 hours. It seems like the citizens are steadily returning to their normal routines after a span of 6-7 months.

25,627 patients recovered in Indore as yet

Along with the decrease in the number of corona patients in the state, it is being observed that most of the new cases have emerged from Indore, followed by Bhopal. Speaking about the health facilities available in the state, the Chief Minister stated that adequate beds and oxygen were available in corona hospitals across all districts. Focusing on the need to be careful, the CM added that special COVID-19 precautions will have to be followed during the festivals especially with the onset of winter. Home isolation facility is also being provided to the corona patients in the state.

The State Additional Health Chief Secretary, said that 55% of the corona patients in the state are in home-quarantine while the rest 45% are admitted in hospitals. Patients living in home isolation are continuously monitored by the Control and Command Centre, which has been set up in every district. The state government has taken several precautionary measures such as closing schools for classes 1 to 8 till the 15th of November while classes for 9 to 12 have commenced in a phased manner.

Let the good times roll here at The Drowning Street in Lucknow, with 1+2, 2+1 booze deals & more

TDS has really taken care of our pockets by introducing economic deals on a variety of liquor.

Now that our 9 days of being sober spell has come to an end, we've gotta drench our throats with our favourite booze, right?! So heeding to our wishes, The Drowning Street, is offering us a string of booze deals which are too good to be true. Their exclusive offers on booze will range for an entire week and it's safe to say that TDS sure knows how to make a tippler's heart happy.

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Parents of students in Jaipur rejoice as the Rajasthan govt orders to waive off fees by 30-40%

The concerned department has also submitted a report with SOP guidelines to the Chief Minister's Office, requesting suggestions on reopening of schools from November 2.

Bringing a sigh of relief amidst the parents in the state amidst this ongoing pandemic, the Rajasthan government has ordered the CBSE affiliated private schools to waive off their tuition fees by 30% for class 9 to 12. Along with it, the schools which are affiliated with the state board, have to slash their fees by 40%, for the same grades.

Along side this, the Progressive Association School of Rajasthan, which filed a plea against the High Court's decision ordering 30% deduction in school tuition fee, was not in support of this conclusion. "This decision is not right, it is discriminatory. If it is implemented, we will go against it to the Supreme Court. How will the schools be able to pay salaries to teachers and staff if fees are slashed by 30 and 40 per cent?"

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Entrepreneurs in Mumbai can seek for investment, under P&G India's 'vGrow' program

vGROW is an inclusive platform which identifies and collaborates with businesses and individuals offering industry-leading solutions.

On Thursday, Procter & Gamble (P&G), which is a prominent name in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector, announced a 400-crore 'India Growth Fund'. This will be a collaboration with existing and new suppliers to build capacities that will further localize manufacturing of finished products, procurement of raw materials & packaging materials, and adopt go-to-market innovations & technology. The latest venture responds to the government's as well as the company's vision of a self-reliant India and it also showcases P&G's promise to drive inclusive growth in India through external partnerships.

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Pupils in Lucknow & other cities can now access Higher Education Digital Library at no cost

The students will have access to study material in English and Hindi prepared by best teachers of the state universities.

The authorities of Uttar Pradesh have launched a Higher Education Digital Library, that will help the students to access the best of related content, at no cost at all. Pupils who are admitted in higher education institutions in any part of the state or the country, will have access to the audio-video lectures and study materials, which have been curated by experts. Over 61,500 people have already visited the portal till now.

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High onion prices in Goa make citizens teary; cheaper costs to be provided through PDS

As per reports, the authorities are in the process of sourcing supplies of onion via National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India.

Indian kitchens are nothing without their basket of onions and it is a staple in almost everyone's regular diets. So when the prices of onions hit a staggering ₹80-90/kg, straight from ₹50-60/kg and even less in some areas, it left the citizens teary eyed. Keeping in sight the surging prices of onions in the state, Goa's Chief Minister on Wednesday stated that the vegetable which is an essential commodity, would be provided at a cheaper cost via the state's public distribution system network.

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