Gyms in Lucknow resume operations from today with incentives for inoculated users!

Incentive schemes for vaccinated citizens are being executed to encourage non-vaccinated individuals to take the jab.

After a long halt stretching over a period of 70 days, gyms have been permitted to restart operations at 50% capacity for inoculated members across Lucknow and other districts of Uttar Pradesh from today onwards. With the revival of these facilities, the center-owners and officials are deploying stringent measures to mitigate the possibilities of an accentuated spread of the virus. Further, incentive schemes for vaccinated citizens are also being executed to encourage non-vaccinated people to take the jab.


Limited slots available at the gyms to prevent crowding

Multiplexes, gyms & stadiums to reopen across Lucknow & other UP districts from July 5! assets.rbl.m

Speaking to Knocksense, General Secretary of Uttar Pradesh Body Building Association, Vishwas Rao affirmed that all members of the group have been instructed to operate at 50% capacity. Besides, he affirmed that all gym owners, trainers and other workers have been asked to get inoculated at the earliest. Given the uncertain circumstances, it is important to assure the safety of gym members besides safeguarding owners, coaches, fitness trainers and other individuals. In view of this, strict and ensured adherence to the protocols laid by the government is the most important step.

Additionally, there is a provision of limited slots at the gym facilities in a bid to prevent crowding. Members will be given an alternative to chose their slot, so that a controlled count of visitors are present in the gym, at any time. Further, gym authorities have also been directed to offer special benefits like discounts to the inoculated patrons.

Halls & multiplexes to resume operations from July 20

Multiplexes, gyms & stadiums to reopen across Lucknow & other UP districts from July 5! www.knocksense.com

Ashish Agarwal, President of UP Cinema Exhibitors Federation and owner of INOX cinema has affirmed that the preparations are underway to reopen the facilities. It is expected that the cinema halls and multiplexes will reopen by July 20.

Notably, the resumption of these facilities has been deterred by the absence of new releases and the curtailed night shows due to night curfews. Further, the weekend curfews are also an impediment to smooth business. Devendra Pratap Singh, Deputy Manager, Fun Republic Mall asserted that the visitors will be asked to assure COVID appropriate behaviour and the pandemic protocols will be followed meticulously once the facilities revive.

It's time to relive the good old days amid plush new interiors at Molecule in Lucknow!

Molecule is all set to surprise you guys with some new elements once again, just like the good old times.

Donning a brand new and revolutionised avatar, Lucknow's pepped-up party place- Molecule is all set to sort your hang-out plans once again. Unlocking its doors on Wednesday, the upgraded version of the resto-bar will help you win a hearty escape from your mundane WFH schedules! So get ready to experience something new amid the same old kick-ass vibes echoing through reformed settings at Molecule.

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Maharashtra govt grants ₹11,500 crore flood relief aid for repairs & long-term rehabilitation

The state of Maharashtra has promised to provide ₹10,000 to all families affected in the recent flood disaster

The Maharashtra government on Tuesday approved and announced a ₹11,500 crore flood relief package to those affected by the calamity brought in by the recent floods here. The much-anticipated aid will be utilised for emergency relief, repairs and long-term rehabilitation measures for the victims of the disaster. As many as 9 districts were knee-deep in trouble last month, due to extreme rainwater activity in the state.

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Maharashtra Unlock: BMC issues new relaxations for Mumbai amid lockdown

Mumbai suburban 'local' trains will not resume operations for the general public.

The Maharashtra government on Monday decided to continue with Level-3 COVID curbs in 14 out of the 36 districts here, including state capital Mumbai. While partial relaxations are awarded to the other 22 cities, the high caseload and emergence of fresh infections in the listed regions have discouraged the administration from withdrawing the restrictions in these regions.

Parallelly, the state has authorised the local civic body to decide the level of curbs in 3 of these 14 districts, namely Mumbai, Mumbai suburban and Thane. As such, the BMC has permitted all shops (except malls) to open here till 10 PM. The local trains will, however, remain shut for all passengers.

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Remodelled Gangapur City Yard to facilitate high-speed run of trains on the Delhi-Mumbai route

Earlier, trains running on the Mumbai-Delhi route were subjected to Permanent Speed Restrictions of 70 kmph at the 40 year old yard.

The services of Indian Railways along the Delhi-Mumbai route will now race through a speed of 130 kmph, facilitating rapid travel between the two cities. This development has been made possible with the completion of the Ganagapur City Yard remodeling project, last month. The project reached its last leg in July.

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With an aim to revive Nehru Park as a major recreational centre in the city, Indore Smart City Development Limited is trying to revamp the old garden. As per reports, the body will work for the addition and up-gradation of facilities in the park, in a bid to bring back its lost glory. While the renovation plans for one of the city's oldest parks have been underway for over 3 years now, it is expected that the project will be finished by December 2021.

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Schools & colleges in Rajasthan offer fee rebates in a bid to attract pupils & parents!

Among a few notable name, DPS, Seeding School, Vidhyashram and JK Lakshmipat University have taken similar measures.

Amid the financial uncertainties propelled by the pandemic, a few educational institutes in Rajasthan have come up with discounts and other offers, in a bid to attract students and fuel revenues. With the deployment of the famed corporate methodology, the schools and colleges are trying to woo pupils and parents and thus raise funds for themselves. Among a few notable names, DPS, Seeding School, Vidhyashram and JK Lakshmipat University have taken similar measures.

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