Wards across Indore divided into 'red', 'yellow' & 'green' zones based on current cases

As per reports, 93 villages in Indore, having 3 or more positive cases have been marked as 'red'.

With the implementation of stringent lockdown curbs, the infection tallies and positivity rate seem to be dropping now. In view of this, the wards in the cities of Madhya Pradesh including Indore are being divided into 'red', 'green' and 'yellow' depending on the count of residents diagnosed with the disease. Areas with a high count of infections will be marked 'red' while 2-4 cases would bring the 'yellow' tag and 'green' would signify no cases at present.


Attention converged over rural areas under this program

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As per reports, 93 villages across Indore with 3 or more cases have been marked as 'red'. Consequently, all services except those providing essential and necessary products, have been suspended there. Further, the administration aims to clamp the count of cases, with amplified restraints as soon as possible so that normalcy can be restored soon. Given these active interventions, it can be expected that the case tally would be controlled soon.

Door-to-door campaign to detect COVID patients

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In a strong move to break the chain of infections, it has been decided that door-to-door campaigns for detecting patients infected by the deadly virus will be initiated in the city. As a part of the plan, a committee of Asha workers will visit the households to spot and identify patients with symptoms so that they can be isolated and treated immediately. Besides providing them with primary medical resources, it has been directed to ensure that quick admission in hospitals or COVID centres is given, in case of need. While the daily case count is dipping in Indore, strict measures are required to mitigate the possibilities of any lags.

Application process for getting new electricity connections to be eased in Uttar Pradesh!

A move to save the time, energy & funds of the applicants

In a bid to ease the process for the state residents, Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Limited has tweaked the services of the 'Jhatpat Connection' portal to make it consumer-friendly. In case errors or discrepancies are noticed in the application form, the concerned officials will not be allowed to cancel the registration. Instead, they will notify on the portal itself and the applicant will make the corrections and alterations so that the process moves further.

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Discom grants ₹2.50 crore power bill rebate in Indore

Discom has slashed an amount off around 1.25 lakh electricity bills generated by smart meters.

Ushering an economic respite for non-domestic consumers in Indore and nearby regions, the Madhya Pradesh Paschim Kshetra Vidyut Vitran Compay Ltd has initiated ₹2.50 crore power factor incentives. According to Discom officials, rebates have been granted to around 1.25 lakh power bills, that were equipped with smart meters. These electricity connections are mostly used by commercial establishments and industries.

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Girls outshine boys in MP 12th Board examinations; topper from Indore

The MP Board of Secondary Education released examination results on Thursday, based on best 5 subjects of Class 10 results.

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education announced the Class 12 council exam results on Thursday. Statistically, the performance of girls has overpowered that of the boys, with topper Mahak Kokate from Indore flourishing with an exceptional 99%. As per reports, these marks have been based upon the best-5 subjects of the Class 10 results as the assessments this year were called off due to the 'second wave' of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Mumbai-Nagpur highway set to become the fastest highway in India

The East-West Greenfield project will stretch across a 701-km long route between Mumbai and Nagpur

The Mumbai Nagpur Super Communication Expressway project is being developed as the fastest highway in the country, as per a statement by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC). The 701-km-long east to west corridor is expected to reduce travel time by at least 8 hours between the source and destination. Besides, the project design will also eliminate disturbance from animal activity on the main road, making it a fast-lane expressway.

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Indore Railway Station to be revamped into a world-class facility soon!

Reports state that the officials are also deliberating upon setting up a new railway station, in view of the increasing population.

Enhancing the public infrastructure of India's cleanest city, the Indore railway station will be soon transformed into a world-class facility with advanced services. As per reports, the revamped station will have improved levels of cleanliness, in a bid to assure an airport-like environment. Besides, reports state that the officials are also deliberating upon setting up a new railway station, in view of the increasing population.

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Jaipur Airport tops in the country, in ACI's recent survey!

Jaipur Airport has also been successful in achieving the 51st position at the global level, in Airports Council International's survey.

Adding a new feather to its cap, Jaipur International Airport has secured the first rank nationally, in the second-quarter survey conducted by the Airports Council International (ACI). Besides, the facility has also been successful in achieving the 51st position at the global level. Reportedly, ACI is an international non-profit organisation of Airport Operators on Airport Service Quality (ASQ), which assesses the performance of the premium centres based on a list of more than 30 factors.

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