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Kanpur's Green Park stadium may soon have a pavilion named after Suresh Raina

Raina to represent his home state in the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament.

India's 2011 Cricket World Cup winner and former cricketer, Suresh Raina, may soon have a pavilion at Kanpur's Green Park Stadium, named after him. A proposal has been sent to the state government, under which the stadium operates. The attacking batsman is all set to return to the cricketing arena on January 10, with the start of the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament.

Suresh Raina has represented India in more than 300 international games

Earlier on August 15, Suresh Raina announced his retirement from international cricket, on the same day as Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The power-hitting batsman from Uttar Pradesh has represented India in more than 300 international games including Test cricket, ODIs and T20s. He has also been a part of the Chennai Super Kings team, scoring more than 5000 runs for the franchise and further, Raina has left his mark with his best score of 100*, against Kings XI Punjab in 2013.

Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament to begin from January 10

Raina recently attended a 10-day camp at Kamla Club, organized by the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association and he will soon represent his home state in the Syed Mushtaq Ali tournament from January 10 onwards. The tournament is spread across six bio-secure bubbles in cities like Bangalore, Kolkata, Indore, Mumbai, Vadodra and Chennai. The final will take place on January 31 and the board will make a decision on the Ranji Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy after the group stage of the domestic T20.

Raina to continue with Chennai Super Kings

Cricket fans will be delighted to see a stand named after a boy, who became a cricketing star after starting his journey from a small town in Ghaziabad. Suresh Raina will continue to play for Chennai Super Kings, even after missing out on the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League, citing personal reasons.

Mumbai's Sion Flyover to remain shut on weekends till January 9, 2022 due to repair work

Check out the alternate routes chalked out by the Mumbai Traffic Police here.

The Mumbai Traffic Police on Friday announced that the Sion flyover will remain closed every weekend, for the next three months, due to the repair work undertaken by the Maharashtra State Roads Development Corporation (MSRDC). The vehicle shutdown here will be clocked from 10 PM on Saturday to 6 AM on Monday, till January 9, 2022. Several route diversions have been put in place by the city traffic police department to allow an unhindered automobile movement during the closure, added reports. Check all alternate track here:

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Here's a detailed report of all services that have been unlocked in the state so far

After allowing cinema halls and theatres to restart services, the govt has now permitted dry amusement parks in Maharashtra to reopen, Friday onwards. The administration on Monday decided to reopen all dry amusement parks in the state from October 22 after a detailed discussion with the state COVID Task Force and Children's Task Force. Additionally, shops and restaurants have also been granted longer working hours now. Read on to know more about the orders.

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As per new orders by Kanpur Municipal Corporation, citizens will now have to inform the authorities before bringing home a pet. Those failing to do so will have to pay a hefty fine of ₹1200, irrespective of breed and size. The Municipal Corporation is also planning to bring pet clinics under the purview of the license.

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Newly launched e-buses to connect Lucknow to nearby rural areas from October 25

The fares for the e-buses will range from ₹5 for 3 km to ₹37 for more than 25 km

The newly launched electric buses in the city will ply on a new route, connecting Lucknow to the rural areas around, starting October 25. This will be the first time that such a service will be deployed in these areas, wherein commuters will be able to travel to and from the city, in the comfort of new state-of-the-art e-buses. The trials for the same are currently underway.

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List of SOPs issued for colleges in Mumbai ahead of the scheduled reopening on Wednesday

Check out the details of the guidelines issued by the University of Mumbai for its affiliated colleges here

Degree colleges in Mumbai are all set to resume offline classes from October 20. Ahead of the reopening, the University of Mumbai has issued new SOPs to ensure safety for all staffers and students. Amongst various other steps, the college authorities have been asked to take ensure social distancing, follow the mask norm, and maintain hygiene. Read on to check out other details:

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LMC to fight air pollution in Lucknow with new anti-smog guns!

Notably, Lucknow Municipal Corporation had purchased 3 anti-smog guns last year as well.

Lucknow Municipal Corporation will deploy vehicles equipped with new anti-smog guns to combat the growing levels of air pollution in the city. The anti-smog guns will ensure proper visibility during the foggy season by improving the quality of air significantly and making it more breathable for the citizens here.

Notably, as per the World Air Quality Report 2020, Lucknow was ranked as the ninth most polluted city in the world. It has been reported that the level of pollution rises significantly during the winters due to the drop in temperature paired with high moisture content apart from other common factors. This deadly combination leads to the trapping of particulate matter in the atmosphere, thereby deteriorating the air quality.

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Sale & use of green firecrackers allowed in Jaipur & other Raj districts

The cracker ban is lifted in all districts, except the ones that fall in the NCR area.

In a bid to promote an ecological festive season, the Rajasthan government has permitted the sale and use of only green firecrackers, in all regions execpt those falling under NCR. Additionaly, the ban will remain in force in cities with poor air quality.

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