The phenomenon of gaming has been around in India for over a decade now. However, it is only thanks to Mobile gaming and more affordable PC gaming components that more and more Indians are taking an interest in the sphere. They may be highly competitive players or they just may be casual gamers, and one place where both their interests collide is The Times of Esports.

The Times of Esports is India's first dedicated channel that keeps you up to date with all the latest happenings in your favourite games. Interested in esports, pro players, league teams and matches? Well, The Times of Esports has got you covered. Knocksense has acquired a strategic stake in The Times of Esports and with this, the goal is to create India's premiere esports news portal.

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After recording the highest single day jump in the number of coronavirus cases on Sunday, July 5th, UP's total has reached 28,636, out of which 1488 cases are from Lucknow. The city is currently witnessing the fastest growth in Covid-19 cases since the outbreak in March.

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Ever since the Coronavirus pandemic hit Indian borders, there has been a stark increase in people who are suffering from shortage of food. In an effort to help those in need, Robin Hood Army, Lucknow is coming to the rescue of millions. The newest and perhaps most ambitious mission yet, #Mission 30M aims to provide food to 30 Million people around the world by 15th August, Independence Day. In these trying times, the Robin Hood Army is living up to its name.

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From now, residents of Lucknow can make their way to KGMU Hospital and get themselves checked for COVID-19 for just Rs 1,500. The authorities at KGMU have stated that if the tests come out to be positive, the patient will be treated for coronavirus free of charge. Interestingly, if the tests turn out negative, the patient will have to bear the cost of the tests.

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Ever since the coronavirus has hit the world, things have changed in many ways. While most of us have been staying at home and doing our part, doctors have learnt that Umifenovir, an antiviral drug, might help against the fight with coronavirus.

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In these trying times of coronavirus, certain things such as wearing a mask, sanitizing your hands and maintaining proper social distance are a must. Now that Lucknow is going to be 'unlocked', following an over 50 day lockdown, these norms of keeping yourself and others safe from the virus are more important than ever.

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In an effort to bring back the normalcy of pre-coronavirus times, the Union government has charted a new blueprint and it is called Unlock 1.0. The new plan, with new guidelines will be active from June and will bring back the action in Lucknow. So you once again get ready to take a trip to the malls, places of worship, etc.

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Over the past month and a half, Lucknowites have been revelling in a clean air and green atmosphere. This is perhaps the only good thing to come out as a result of the ongoing nationwide lockdown. A few days back, we took a deep dive into comparing the AQI last year to this year, in May.

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