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This Earth Day, let's recount THESE 7 steps undertaken by Indore to become India's cleanest city

Celebrated first on 22nd of April, 1970, 'Earth Day' is a reminder for every single person that the planet's well-being is our constant responsibility and to take a step towards that, we need to start at the grassroots first. This day is the perfect occasion when we can talk about Indore, the cleanest city in India, with a little more pride than usual!

Indore has left no stone unturned to win awards for being the country's cleanest city for four consecutive years now, so we have listed down 7 steps taken by the city, in becoming so.

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Know how Indore's Mhow Cantonment has carried itself as a military stronghold since 1857

Touted as the oldest military cantonment in India, MHOW (also known as Mau) was founded by Sir John Malcolm in 1818 after the Treaty of Mandsaur was signed between the then Holkar King and British Government. An acronym for Military Headquarters of War, the history of this cantonment dates back to the First War of Independence (1857). Further, the prominence of this place has increased manifolds due to its relation with eminent personalities, such as Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. So embark upon a virtual journey with us, as we unfurl the stories of MHOW.

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Figuring out post-pandemic getaway options from Indore? Consider a weekend visit to Ratlam!

Remember when Geet from 'Jab we Met' went strolling through Ratlam ki galiyaan? Well, that can be you, as soon as the pandemic loosens its grip! Lying about 140 km from Indore, Ratlam is so much more than its brief Bollywood cameo! An amalgamation of rich history and a dash of modernity, Ratlam was previously known as Ratnagiri and hailed as a significant trade centre in the olden times. It still contains some of the country's booming industries like textiles, copper, chemicals and is an integral railway junction of the Western Railways Zone.

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New COVID care centre to be set up in Indore's Radha Soami Satsang Beas Campus

Alerted by the accelerated spread of COVID infections in the city, Indore district authorities are implementing measures to increase healthcare facilities for the affected individuals. As per the latest reports, the administration has announced that a COVID-19 care centre shall be set up in Radha Soami Satsang Beas ground on Khandwa Road. Planned to be used as a quarantine facility for asymptomatic patients, the centre will be equipped will all basic necessities.

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Approx. 160 km away from Indore, the ruins of Asirgarh Fort is a haven for shutterbugs!

Situated at the top of a mound in the Satpura Hills, located some 160 km from Indore, is the historically and strategically important Asirgarh Fort. Contrary to its appearance of one single fort, it is a collection of 3 forts known as Asirgarh, Karmargarh and Malaygarh. A fine example of the fusion of Mughal, Indian, Persian and Turkish architectural styles in its glory days, this fort now lies in ruins. Famously dubbed as the 'Key of Deccan' by some historians, the Asirgarh Fort holds several stories that are worth the exploration!

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