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Lucknow's tourist attractions to open up after six months today!

In a joint meeting of the District officials, Archeological Survey of India, UP Tourism officials, a decision was taken to reopen city's monumental and tourist attractions as a part of the nationwide Unlock 4. The DM green-flagged the proposal to restart the tourist activity in the city from Thursday, September 24 only after approving the SOP submitted by the authorities.

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Rain showers bring a much needed respite to Lucknowites, from the long sultry heat spell

Moderate Showers on Wednesday morning brought a relief to the people of Lucknow who were on the receiving end of a long humid and sultry heat wave. The rains have calmed down the temperatures in the city and this phenomenon is likely to extend for the next 24 hours. With average day temperatures shuttling between 26 to 29-degree celsius, Lucknow prepares for light showers with thunderstorms on Thursday too.

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Dynamically escalating ridership of Lucknow Metro returns to normal

Lucknow Metro resumed services on September 7 after almost 5 months of lockdown due to the coronavirus. In a matter of 2 weeks, the public transports system has picked pace in the city, corresponding close to its pre-COVID-era standards and ridership. The Lucknow District Magistrate appreciated the Operations and Maintenance team with the credit for restoring this quick normalcy with their constant and innovative efforts.

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LU faculty records Audio Capsules for visually challenged pupils; over 1500 books available!

The Head of English department at Lucknow University's National PG College, Rakesh Jain, has entered the lives of visually-impaired pupils as nothing less than messiah. Jain and his team of 20 volunteers, have recorded audio capsules of textbook knowledge for the students who are differently abled and have a keen interest in studies. Rakesh himself is visually challenged and he is surely setting a stellar example of sheer grit and determination.

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Lucknow's Abhinav needs your support for his mother who is suffering from Cancer, here's how you can help

It all started back in 2015, when Abhinav Misra got a call from his mother, asking him to urgently come back to Lucknow from Kolkata. Fast forward to 24 hours later, Abhinav was shocked to see his mother, Rajul Misra at the gate- she had lost 20kgs in just 3 months which was nothing less than alarming. After multiple doctor visits, it was then found that Rajul was suffering from Metastatic Breast Cancer and just last year, her PET-Scan revealed that she had a brain lesion, which required immediate surgery. Her operation and radiation costs were marked at 5 lakhs, along with the expenses of continuous Targeted Drugs and Chemotherapy.

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