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All domestic airlines in India permitted to operate at 100% capacity from October 18!

Considering the downward trajectory of the receding COVID cases in the country, the Ministry of Civil Aviation has permitted domestic airlines to operate at 100% capacity from October 18. Witnessing the sequential monthly rise in domestic air passenger traffic in India since July, the administration has planned on removing all the current capacity restrictions on flights across the country.

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Calm & serene, THIS trek in Mumbai offers cosmic views of the 'city of dreams'!

Hidden from the usual public eye, a peaceful trekking point in Mumbai continues to avow every tourist who finds it out. Famed as 'Jambulmal', the spot is situated at an altitude of 1535 feet above sea level. Placed in the heart of Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Borivali, the riveting location is encircled by dense green forests. It displays a different shade of the 'city of dreams', winning over the hearts of amateurs and experienced trekkers alike!

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Bibliophiles in Indore are in for a treat at THIS 4-day long book fair

With books by eminent and budding authors from all across the world, a four-day book fair has kickstarted in Indore today. The first book fair in the era of 'new-normal' in the city, is taking place at Surbhi Garden, AB Road and will go on till September 12. This book fair will surely be a great hangout session for children, who've had to stay locked in for months. With a collection of over two lakh books, this book fair is here to give the citizens a much-needed break from the pandemic blues!

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UP schools record low attendance as offline classes resume after a 6-month gap

Keeping in mind the COVID-19 protocols, primary schools in Uttar Pradesh reopened on Wednesday, after a gap of about six months. The children will be taught in two shifts of 3 hours each, starting from 8 AM to 11 AM and 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM.

Before entering the school premises, proper thermal scans of the children, teachers and staff, will be conducted. Wearing a mask is compulsory for everyone and regular sanitization has to be maintained in all schools. Moreover, in government-run schools, children have been requested to carry their own utensils and water bottles.

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Class 11 & 12 students in Indore & other MP districts to get back to schools from July 26

Amid the receding scale of the second wave of coronavirus, the state of Madhya Pradesh has decided to reopen schools for classes 11 and 12 from July 26. The Chief Minister announced that students will attend offline classes at 50% capacity, initially. Besides, pupils will attend schools in two batches to maintain the norms of social distancing effectively.

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