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Indore Zoo welcomes 1 Green-winged & 2 Blue-Gold Macaws!

Besides enhancing animal diversity at the shelter, the animals will add a new dimension of colours to it.

The Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalaya in Indore, commonly known as the city zoo, received three Macaw parrots from Bangalore and Aurangabad on Friday. Besides enhancing animal diversity at the shelter, the animals will add a new dimension of colours to it. As per reports, two Blue-Gold Macaws and a Green-winged Macaw have arrived at the city zoo and have been put in the quarantine ward.


400 birds across 30 species present at the city zoo

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In alignment with the protocols, the parrots have been kept in isolated enclosures in a bid to prevent any kind of unwanted infections. Once the quarantine time is complete, a further course of action will be decided after the heath and safety of the birds stand assured. Reportedly, the birds will then be transferred to the aviary and the visitors will be able to have a look at them.

According to reports, Nand Kishore Reddy, bird expert and in-charge of the bird enclosures at the city zoo, informed that the habitat consists of nearly 400 birds, ranging across 30 species. Established at an approximate cost of ₹1.5 crores, the bird aviary has been set up over an expanse of 980 sq ft. It has three pairs of birds, belonging to an exceptional variety that were brought from Bangalore.

New additions to amplify the zoo's attraction quotient

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It has been reported that the parrots reached the zoo after an extended delay. This was driven by the apprehensions regarding the vehicle driver's COVID positivity and the restrictions at the Maharashtra border. Reportedly, the aviary Blue and Gold Macaw, Green Winged Macaw and African Grey Parrot have adorned the zoo in new and vibrant ways. Now, the latest additions will further magnify the attraction quotient of the zoo.

Indore Municipal Corporation to upgrade its existing dry waste segregation system soon

With a secondary segregation unit to supplement the existing facility, Indore civic body will soon segregate dry waste into 35 different categories

Taking its cleanliness drive up by a notch, the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) is now planning to upgrade its existing waste segregation into 35 different categories. As of now, with the help of the automated Material Recovery Facility (MRF) set up at Devguradia trenching ground, the dry waste is segregated into 12 different categories. Reportedly, this facility was established at a cost of about ₹20 crores.

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The state of Maharashtra on Thursday announced its decision of reopening schools for all students from class 1 onwards, starting December 1. From Wednesday, schools will be conducting regular, physical sessions for standards 1 to 7 for the first time in 19 months. With this, all school students in the state, except those in pre-primary and kindergarten grades will be permitted to attend school, under the authority of listed COVID guidelines and SOPs.

Noteworthily, the final decision regarding the reopening of schools in Mumbai will be taken by the BMC Commissioner. This decision will affect about 11 lakh students (from classes 1 to 7 ) in the city.

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Sunburn Goa: Limited capacity event scheduled from Dec 27-29

Only fully vaccinated people can attend the three-day music festival at Vagator in Goa

After being denied permission by the state administration, the organisers of Sunburn have now announced a curtailed version of Asia's largest music festival in Goa. Scheduled to take place from December 27 to December 29 in Vagator this year, this grand music festival premiering the best of Electric Dance Music (EDM), has a big fan base of music lovers from all across the globe. As per the first official statement issued by Percept Live post the announcement made by the Chief Minister of Goa, this decision to tone down Sunburn 2021 has been taken in view of the ongoing COVID pandemic.

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Check out the 2nd list of speakers Jaipur Literature Festival 2022 here:

The on-ground hybrid version of the 15th edition of JLF is scheduled to take place between January 28 to February 1, next year

Adding to the excitement of the book lovers, the organising body of the upcoming Jaipur Literature Festival has released the second list of speakers. The on-ground hybrid version of the 15th edition of this glorious feast of literature, discourse and camaraderie is scheduled to take place between January 28 to February 1, 2022. The stellar lineup includes a list of twenty-five poets, authors and intellectuals from India and abroad.

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First of its kind in Lucknow, a women-only mall to open soon in Charbagh!

A mall for the women, by the women, will set the new standards of women empowerment in Lucknow

Feel safer as you head out for a thorough retail therapy session in Lucknow, with the city's first-ever women-only mall. Lucknow Nagar Nigam has decided to lay the foundation of this exclusive mall in Charbagh. Reportedly, all shops and sellers stationed at this ₹17 crore shopping crores will also be run by women, for the women.

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Walk-in vaccination system implemented across Lucknow!

A five-day campaign aimed at boosting the existing vaccination drive has also been scheduled from November 28 to December 2

Augmenting the ongoing vaccination drive in the city, the District Magistrate of Lucknow has now scraped the mandatory registration required before taking the vaccine against COVID. With the implementation of the walk-in vaccination system, the residents of Lucknow can now directly head to the vaccination centres and take the first or second jab without having to make a prior booking. The decision to do away with this prerequisite registration was taken by the DM in a meeting on Friday.

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Passengers from South Africa to be put under quarantine at Mumbai Airport due to Omicron scare

If the arriving passengers test COVID positive, their samples will be sent for genome sequencing

Amid the rising concerns of the new COVID variant Omicron, the Union Health Ministry has directed to increase testing and screening of all international travellers. In continuation to this, a special set of airport guidelines have been put in place for those arriving from South Africa, the epicentre of the said mutation. Reportedly, such passengers will have to undergo testing and quarantine at the Mumbai International Airport. If found COVID positive, their samples will be sent for genome sequencing, the Mumbai Mayor informed.

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