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Nagpur: Here’s what would remain open and close during extended lockdown till March 31

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Guardian Minister of Nagpur Dr Nitin Raut on March 20 declared an extension of the existing lockdown (March 15 ? March 21) from March 22 till March 31. During the extended lockdown the Guardian Minister has allowed some relaxations. NMC too has too issued an order stating whats allowed and whats not during the extended lockdown.

Also read : Nagpur lockdown extended till March 31 but with some relaxations

Here’s a list of what would remain open and close during the extended lockdown from March 22 to March 31:

– Educational institutions including schools, colleges, coaching classes, etc., will remain closed. These institutions will however be able to operate online. In case of emergency or very important work, only 25% of staff can be called.

– Competitive Exams will be conducted
– All social, religious, political events are banned.
– Weddings at laws/halls are banned.
– Religious places will remain closed. However, cleaning of such places is allowed with only five persons in attendance.
– Weekend markets will remain closed.
– Restaurants/eateries will be able to operate till 7 pm with online delivery permissible up to 11pm.
– Hotels/lodges will be able to operate at 50% capacity.
– Swimming pools will remain closed.
– All kinds of sports institutions will remain closed.
– Government offices will be able to operate at 25% capacity.
– Private establishments will be able to operate at 25% capacity.
– Malls/theatres will remain closed.
– Gardens will remain closed
– Public transport buses will be able to operate at 50% capacity. Four/three-wheelers with 1 passengers and two-wheelers with 1 riders will be allowed.
– Gyms will remain closed.
– Private shops will be able to operate till 4 pm.
– Milk shops/dairies will be able to operate till 7 pm.
– Libraries will be able to operate at 50% capacity
– Health services, Medical stores, newspapers, media services, petrol pumps, gas agencies, goods transport, construction work, factories, banking services, mail services, insurance services, electricity services, cold storage services, farm produce market, Mahatma Phule market, Santra market will not fall under the 4 pm rule.
– More than five persons cannot gather at a public place.
– Establishments, which have been allowed to remain open will have to operate keeping COVID-19 norms in mind
– For March 28 and March 29 (Holi festival) separate guidelines will be issued.    

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Umesh Yadav teases teammate Shubham Gill with epic Tinder billboards in Nagpur

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Radhika Dhawad | Nagpur

Billboards that mention Shubham Gill

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav had a ‘field day’ teasing his team member Shubham Gill after Tinder – a popular dating app – showed a photo of a girl with a placard on large billboards in Nagpur that read, “Shubman idhar toh dekh lo” (Shubman, have a look here).” Tinder was quick to capitalise on the joke and turn it into hoardings in Nagpur ahead of India first Test match vs Australia.

Umesh Yadav teases teammate Shubham Gill with epic Tinder billboards in Nagpur

Taking to twitter, Yadav wrote, “Poora Nagpur bol raha hai, Shubman Gill ab toh dekh le.”

During India’s T20 match in Ahmedabad, a picture of a female fan holding a placard that read ‘Tinder, Shubman se match kara do” (Tinder, match me with Shubman)’ had gone viral.

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav had a ‘field day’ teasing his team member Shubham Gill with Tinder billboards in Nagpur.

Indian cricketer Umesh Yadav had a ‘field day’ teasing his team member Shubham Gill with Tinder billboards in Nagpur.

The Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) would host the opening Test of the four-game Border Gavaskar Trophy from February 9 to 13 at Jamtha in Nagpur. 

Also read: All 31 days in January 2023 in Nagpur observed to be polluted, reveals study

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All 31 days in January 2023 in Nagpur observed to be polluted, reveals study

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The entire month of January in Nagpur this year saw tremendously high levels of Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2).

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As per the recent survey of Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service, the entire month of January (all 31 days) in Nagpur this year saw tremendously high levels of Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2).

The survey that released pictures of the same showed increased levels of SO2 and NO2 not just in Nagpur but in cities including Chandrapur, Gondia and Amravati. Environmental experts have said that the matter was worrying from the point of view of the health of the residents as the pollution index in Nagpur saw an increase in all the three months of winter.

Not just in January this year but 28 out of 30 days in November last year as well as 30 out of 31 days in December last year showed poor air quality. Environmental expert Professor Suresh Chopani said an action plan, to avoid respiratory issues, under National Clean Air Programme would  be strictly implemented.

Also read: Anil Deshmukh seeks court permission to visit hometown Nagpur, Delhi

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Nagpur doctor speaks on ‘Development of Homeopathic Method in Modern Medicine’ at Russia

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Homeopath doctor Dr Kavita Chandak recently was invited as a keynote speaker to the 33rd Scientific and practical conference at Russia.

Dr Kavita Chandak

Homeopath doctor Dr Kavita Chandak, who has two Golden Book Of World Records for treating kidney disorders and success in a case of mucormycosis in her name, recently was invited as a keynote speaker to the 33rd Scientific and practical conference ‘Development of the Homeopathic Method in Modern Medicine’ held at  RUDN University at Moscow in Russia.

Dr Chandak delivered two keynote sessions on the topics:
 
1VICTORY OF HOMEOPATHY IN A CASE OF SIXTH NERVE RECTUS PALSY,HORIZONTAL DIPLOPIA AND MIGRAINE
 
2) AUTISM IS A DEEP PATHOLOGY, CURED WITH A RARE MEDICINE
 
She further discussed the modern trends in homeopathy. Dr Chandak is an  international trainer and speaker who specialises in autism, psychiatric and behavioural disorders, kidney diseases and cancer.  She authored eight books and 294 health articles and recently delivered a series of international seminars in various cities of Gujarat with a Greek homeopath Dr Constantine Tsitinides where they both presented the cases of unusual pathology treated with homeopathy.
 
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