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Lucknow Development Authority to soon go digital with the new paperless e-office system

Moving ahead with the agenda of digitisation, the Lucknow Development Authority has decided to implement an e-office system for all the intra-department work, soon. With this move of going paperless, the administration is eyeing transparency in work while fixing the issue of accountability of officials. In a meeting conducted recently, the Vice-Chairman of LDA had directed officials to launch this electronic office system as soon as possible.

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Lucknow Municipal Corporation launches sanitisation drive to steer clear from Omicron threat!

In an attempt to tighten its reign on the controlled COVID situation, Lucknow Municipal Corporation has undertaken various sanitisation drives across the city. In view of the spike in Omicron cases across the country, the civic body has launched a disinfection drive at various prominent places. Notably, in the last 24 hours, 12 new cases of Omicron infections have been recorded in India.

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Winter session of UP assembly begins; know about all route diversions in Lucknow for 3 days

On account of the winter session of the Uttar Pradesh assembly, Lucknow's traffic management has been altered for three days, starting today. The traffic and police department has released a list of route diversions which will remain effective till 17th December. In case of emergency, commuters can contact the traffic control room at 9454405155 for assistance. Check the list of diversions here:

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8 new COVID cases reported in Lucknow on Friday

Marking a rise in the COVID tally of the city, eight fresh cases of coronavirus infection were reported in Lucknow on Friday. Notably, the Police Commissioner of Lucknow DK Thakur had also tested positive for COVID yesterday. According to the officials, the samples of patients have been sent for genome sequencing to detect the Omicron variant.

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Fountains at intersections in Lucknow to be made functional in a bid to reduce air pollution

After deploying anti-smog guns, the authorities in Lucknow will now be making use of the old and new fountains at intersections, to combat air pollution in the city. The constantly deteriorating AQI of Lucknow is a matter of great concern and now to effectively reduce dust and air pollution all fountains in the city will be made functional. Once operational, these fountains are expected to reduce the dust particles in the air.

Along with this, traffic will also be managed so as to reduce roadblocks during rush-hours indorder to control vehicular emmisions and thus, air contamination. Notably, orders to keep a check on the sale of building materials in open, especially in sensitive areas such as Aishabhagh and Talkotra, have also been given by the DM.

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