Mumbai recovering steadily from Covid-19: 1219 recoveries & 841 new cases reported

Mumbaikar's stringent social distancing and implementation of mandatory safety measures are now showing positive results

The number of cases in Mumbai has significantly gone down as 841 new Covid-19 cases were reported on Thursday. The recovery rate is higher than confirmed cases, as the city saw 1219 recoveries. The road to recovery is mainly due to stringent rules by the Government.


Social distancing resulting in the downfall of Covid-19 cases


Mumbaikar's stringent social distancing and implementation of mandatory safety measures have resulted in the significant downfall in the Covid-19 cases in the city. The city is slowly recovering and adapting to the new normal with a smile. Most of the offices are still following the Work From Home protocol.

Restaurants and hotels in Mumbai opened up in the first week of October with 50% capacity and are abiding by the highest standard of precautionary measures like social distancing, mandatory masks, regular temperature checks, hand sanitizers at customer's disposal.

Talking about the Hindi Film Industry

Even the Indian film industry is all set to begin the shoot of big-budget movies like Bachchan Pandey starring Akshay Kumar and Kriti Sanon in January. TV dailies have already started shooting new episodes and we expect new film shoots to also start soon.

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The city is slowly trying to adapt to the new normal but needs to be careful and follow all the safety measures and fight the pandemic. It will be a massive challenge for Mumbai to contain the virus after the Government gives permission to open multiplexes.

Kanpur Metro rails to be scheduled every 5 minutes; trial run to be held in November 2021

By the year 2024, Kanpur will be home to an overall count of 39 metro trains.

To meet the long-term traffic demands of the city, the construction of Kanpur Metro with a 6-car train configuration which is similar to that of Lucknow and other cities is in progress. It is being said that by the year 2024, Kanpur will be home to an overall count of 39 metro trains. These trains will run between 30 stations located on two routes in the city and reportedly, the frequency of these metro trains would be around five minutes apart. So if a commuter misses boarding a metro at a particular station, she/he would not have to wait for more than five minutes at the same station.

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Mission Shakti boosts adoption of girl child by foreign couples in Uttar Pradesh

Mission Shakti is a UP state initiative which aims to improve the status of women folk, by empowering them.

Uttar Pradesh officials are lauding the state's Mission Shakti Programme as more and more girls are now being adopted by childless couples from other countries. According to a government spokesman, orphan girls are being adopted by foreign couples from countries like Belgium, Spain, Italy, Canada, France and Malta. This trend shines as a beacon of hope for many young lives, as this reflects a positive sign of changing mindsets.

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7 places in Lucknow that you must visit this winter season to forget the 2020 blues!

Starting from ritzy bars where you can let your hair down to unique restaurants which are perfect for your 'gram, Lucknow has it all.

When in Lucknow, the chances of you not finding anything interesting to do or any place to visit, is next to impossible because the city houses a variety of things and areas to keep you busy. Starting from ritzy bars where you can let your hair down to unique restaurants which are perfect for your 'gram, Lucknow has it all and how! So here we have listed 7 places for you to visit in the city and no matter how you're feeling, all of 'em are gonna amp up your mood- you just gotta take your pick.

The Beer Cafe Biggie

An absolute favourite of beerholics in Lucknow, The Beer Cafe Biggie has recently become one of the highlights in Hazratganj. They're the ONLY The Beer Cafe franchise in Uttar Pradesh, equipped with a Python Beer Dispenser with 12 taps and their bar menu has more than 150 alcohol beverage brands listed on it. Along with all this, we'd absolutely recommend their woodfired pizzas, which are as good as it gets!

Location: 2nd Floor, Rohit House, Shahnajaf Road, Opposite Sahara Mall, Hazratganj, Lucknow

The Scotch Bros.

A new addition to the legion of booze shops in Lucknow, The Scotch Bros is an absolute kick-ass alcohol store which is offering us a selection of luxury liquor choices with a range of unique whiskey, scotch, tequila and wine brands. The store also has various gifting options, inclusive of exotic alcohols and unique packaging, so if you have to pick a gift for a house-party, head here! It is also a safe space for women, looking to shop for their favourite daaru and it is one of the major reasons why we love this establishment.

On bulk shopping of Rs. 5000, avail assured branded giveaways at The Scotch Bros and more exciting offers.

Location: One Awadh Centre, Cinepolis Mall, Vibhuti Khand Gomti Nagar Lucknow

Goku

UP's first-ever pan Asian restaurant, Goku is a recent favourite of many, living in and around the Gomti Nagar area. They're serving fresh Japanese, Korean, Thai and Chinese food and we cannot get enough of their diverse menu. Each time we visit, there's always something new for us to try! Goku's rates are quite reasonable and be it sushi, katsu, yakimeshi or fancy Asian salads, you'll find it all on their menu.

Location: Shop 1/120, Deva Palace, Patrakarpuram, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Lord of the Drinks

One of our most preferred weekend hangout spots, LOTD offers a glam-chic ambience and it attracts the best gentry in town. So if you're a true-blue tippler who enjoys a variety of cocktails and good music along with it, then this is the place for ya'. We love absolutely their bar menu and the food options, don't disappoint either!

Location: B 204-208, Second Floor, Rohtas Summit, 3/3 Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

All 'Bout Desserts

All 'Bout Desserts is a cakery and cafe, which has us the hearts of the dessertarians in town! If you're looking to bag a few yummy goodies for home or just wanna have a low-key snack sesh, ABD will heed to your needs in delicious ways. Their menu has a fine balance of sweet and savoury, so whatever you maybe craving, you'll find it here. ABD also specializes in customized cakes so be it a generic birthday cake or an artisanal one, you can definitely bank on them.

Location: B Block, Church Road, Near BATA Bhootnath, Indira Nagar, Lucknow

Bigg Daddy

This swanky restobar has our hearts and we look forward to every reason of being here. The all-inclusive F&B menu, outdoor seating arrangements and the overall vibe of this place, simply pulls us in and we're not the ones to resist. When here, do try out their epic LIIT and pick any from the cocktail options and we're sure, you'll be going home with a belly full of good booze and a smile on your face!

Pomona Orchard

Lucknow's first-ever fruit bar and boutique, Pomona Orchard is seated in Gomti Nagar, wrapped in plush interiors, soft lights along with a comfy ambience. Pomona also doubles up as an organic health kitchen and a fusion eatery, with an expansive menu which caters to your health and your palate too! When here, you've gotta try out their vegan Bolognese Spaghetti, Fruit and Exotic Cheese Board, Caramelized Onion, Mushroom and Spinach Pizza and of course, the chef-special Raw Fruit Brownie.

Location: 3/16, Upper Ground Floor, Vinay Khand B, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

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So if you're in town, do make sure to check out these 7 places and you'll not spend a single day/evening, being bored or feeling bleh. But do make sure to be armed with your mask and sanitizer before you head out!

Annual 'Blue Tide' spotted at Mumbai's Juhu Beach​ & Devgad Beach in Sindhudurg

Bioluminescence has been an annual occurrence along the west coast since 2016.

The tide producing a fluorescent blue hue, popularly known as bioluminescence, recently made an appearance at Mumbai's Juhu Beach and Devgad Beach in Sindhudurg, along Maharashtra's coastline. This recurring phenomenon is caused by a bioluminescent plankton called Noctiluca Scintillans, commonly known as sea sparkle. Bioluminescence has been an annual occurrence along the west coast since 2016, especially during the months of November and December.
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In wake of surging test requests, Goa to charge for RT-PCR examination done for travel purposes

GMC and DHS are already doing RT-PCR tests as per the SOPs laid down by the Government of Goa.

Goa will not be conducting any coronavirus test for travel purposes and those willing to get tested can get it done by paying the charges at district hospitals. The decision was taken after a surge in test requests by people from Maharashtra, who have been staying or holidaying here, since their state has made RT-PCR negative report mandatory for people coming in from Goa.

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