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Revenge Travel: Localcircles Survey Revealed, 46 Percent Of People Are Planning To Travel During The Festive Season

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The Local Circles survey also revealed that the fear of the third wave of corona is still in the minds of the people. Apart from this, there is also a fear that if they book tickets and hotels in advance to roam and the state governments declare a lockdown, then their money may get stuck.

Tourists gathered in Shimla.
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People imprisoned in their homes during the second wave of Corona are returning to their old life. Whether it is wedding anniversary or honeymoon planning, people are like to travel once again for all these. After the decreasing cases and vaccination of corona in the country, people are seen in the mood to have fun again. In the coming festive season, 46 percent people are willing to visit tourist places. Whereas last year only 19 percent of the people after the first wave of Corona were planning to go out.

This has been disclosed by the famous local circles for the survey. The latest survey has revealed that during monsoon, Ganesh Utsav and Raksha Bandhan, 28 per cent were planning to move out of their city. Whereas during the festive season of Dussehra and Deepawali, 46 per cent people want to visit tourist places. At the same time, 34 percent people want to spend this festive season holidays with their family and friends. Whereas 28 per cent people are preferring to spend their holidays at tourist places away from home and family.

The survey also revealed that the fear of the third wave of Corona is still in the minds of the people. Apart from this, there is also a fear that if they book tickets and hotels in advance to roam and the state governments declare a lockdown, then their money may get stuck. In such a situation, 40 percent of the people have not made their booking yet. Whereas only six per cent of the people have booked hotels for their stay along with tickets to go out.

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Sachin Tapadia, Founder Chairman of Local Circles told Press24 News, “After the first wave of Corona, when our organization did the survey, people were still very excited to go out and travel. In a recent survey it was revealed that people want to travel more outside. We request people to follow the Kovid protocol and travel only after vaccination, so that corona infection can be avoided. As far as we have heard or read from health experts, it has come out that the antibodies of Kovid are of eight to ten months, which will end around November and December. An increase in corona cases can be seen when once again they start traveling towards the east and do not follow the Kovid protocol as before.

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People imprisoned in their homes during the second wave of Corona are returning to their old life. Whether it is wedding anniversary or honeymoon planning, people are like to travel once again for all these. After the decreasing cases and vaccination of corona in the country, people are seen in the mood to have fun again. In the coming festive season, 46 percent people are willing to visit tourist places. Whereas last year only 19 percent of the people after the first wave of Corona were planning to go out.

This has been disclosed by the famous local circles for the survey. The latest survey has revealed that during monsoon, Ganesh Utsav and Raksha Bandhan, 28 per cent were planning to move out of their city. Whereas during the festive season of Dussehra and Deepawali, 46 per cent people want to visit tourist places. At the same time, 34 percent people want to spend this festive season holidays with their family and friends. Whereas 28 per cent people are preferring to spend their holidays at tourist places away from home and family.

The survey also revealed that the fear of the third wave of Corona is still in the minds of the people. Apart from this, there is also a fear that if they book tickets and hotels in advance to roam and the state governments declare a lockdown, then their money may get stuck. In such a situation, 40 percent of the people have not made their booking yet. Whereas only six per cent of the people have booked hotels for their stay along with tickets to go out.

Follow corona protocol

Sachin Tapadia, Founder Chairman of Local Circles told Press24 News, “After the first wave of Corona, when our organization did the survey, people were still very excited to go out and travel. In a recent survey it was revealed that people want to travel more outside. We request people to follow the Kovid protocol and travel only after vaccination, so that corona infection can be avoided. As far as we have heard or read from health experts, it has come out that the antibodies of Kovid are of eight to ten months, which will end around November and December. An increase in corona cases can be seen when once again they start traveling towards the east and do not follow the Kovid protocol as before.

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Eco-friendly designer clothes – BBC News

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For the wedding, the bride and groom buy expensive expensive clothes which are decorated with salma stars. Beautifully embroidered, but the plastic and other materials used in them can harm the environment, but a designer from Pakistan is now making environment friendly clothes and stars.

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Lakhimpur Kheri incident accused: Lakhimpur Kheri incident accused Aashish Mishra to be questioned by Police: What will happen to minister’s son Ashish Mishra in Lakhimpur case? Police in preparation for interrogation

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  • Union Minister Ajay Mishra Teni’s son Ashish Mishra’s role suspect in Lakhimpur Kheri violence case
  • FIR also registered against Ashish Mishra Monu, now police is preparing to interrogate him
  • Ashish Mishra is accused that he was present in the same jeep which crushed the farmers at the spot.

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The role of Union Minister Ajay Mishra Teni’s son Ashish Mishra in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case is suspicious. An FIR has also been registered against him and the police is preparing to interrogate him. A case of murder has been registered against Ajay Mishra under section 302 of IPC. Ashish Mishra is accused of being present in the same jeep that crushed the farmers. Along with this, Ashish is also accused of firing bullets.

In a conversation with a TV news channel, Lucknow IG Laxmi Singh said, ‘There have been two FIRs in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence. No one has been named in the second FIR. On the question of questioning Ashish Mishra, he said, “First we will investigate and then we will call him.” It is being said that Ashish Mishra can also be arrested due to the registration of FIR under 302.

Ashish can also surrender
According to sources, Ashish Mishra himself can surrender after reaching Lakhimpur Kheri District Court. Jagjit Singh of Bahraich district has lodged an FIR against Ashish Mishra. According to the FIR, the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri is pre-planned. The Union Minister and his son had hatched the conspiracy. The provocative speech was given by the Union Minister of State on the farmers, which led to violence and 8 people lost their lives.

Ashish came with 15-20 people
The FIR reads, “The farmers had gathered in the grounds of Maharaja Agrasen Inter College on the day of the incident and were protesting peacefully against Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya and Ajay Mishra. Then Ashish (residents of Banbirpur, Nighasan, Kheri) and 15-20 unknown and armed men in three four wheelers came at high speed from Banbirpur towards the venue of the meeting.

Ashish was firing while sitting on the left side of the jeep.
It is alleged that Ashish was firing while sitting on the left seat of the jeep while the vehicle trampled the crowd. In this firing, farmer Gurvinder Singh (22), resident of Matranian, Bahraich, died on the spot due to bullet injuries. In the Tahrir, the complainant has also given the numbers of two vehicles. It has been alleged in the complaint that these vehicles coming at high speed overturned in the pit due to which many passersby were also seriously injured.

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Sc Neet Super Specialty Center Tells Sc It Will Implement Changes In Exam Pattern Of Neet Super Specialty Examination From 2022, Not 2021

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The Central Government has decided to implement the changes made in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Super Specialty (NEET SS) 2021 from the academic session 2022-23.

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The Central Government on Wednesday told the court that no changes will be made this year in the pattern of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Super Specialty (NEET SS 2021). The revised pattern will be implemented from next year itself. Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhati informed the Supreme Court that NEET-SS 2021 exam will be conducted as per the existing pattern this year. The revised pattern will be effective only from the academic session 2022-2023.

What was the whole matter?
In fact, the Center had decided to postpone the examination till January 2022. 41 PG students filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the last minute changes in the NEET SS exam pattern. During the hearing on this, the Center has told the Supreme Court that it wants to conduct the examination on January 10-11, 2022 by implementing the new examination pattern. However, the Supreme Court asked the Center to postpone its decision while slamming it for making changes in the pattern shortly before the exam. Let us inform that this exam was to be held on November 13 and 14, 2021.

What did the court say?
The bench consisted of Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Vikram Nath and Justice BV Nagarathna. Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhatt appeared on behalf of the Central Government. Justice Chandrachud told the Solicitor General, “You announce changes in August for exams in November. When students come to court, you change the exams to January. It’s not a good sign for medical education in the country.” Is.” The judge also noted that it appears that both medical education and medical regulation have become a business.

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The Central Government on Wednesday told the court that no changes will be made this year in the pattern of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Super Specialty (NEET SS 2021). The revised pattern will be implemented from next year itself. Additional Solicitor General Aishwarya Bhati informed the Supreme Court that NEET-SS 2021 exam will be conducted as per the existing pattern this year. The revised pattern will be effective only from the academic session 2022-2023.



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