- Railways has approved to run 200 passenger trains from June 1, tickets will be available online only.
- Domestic flights are starting from May 25, Bhopal airport preparations, a distance of 3 meters between each cabin
May 21, 2020, 12:45 PM IST
Bhopal. The Railways has approved running of 200 passenger trains from 1 June. These will have both AC and non AC categories. Their booking started online at 10 am today. These include 73 pair Mail Express, 5 pair Non AC Duronto, 22 pair Jan Shatabdi. Out of these trains, 13 pairs of trains will stop in Bhopal, while 2 trains will start from Habibganj. This includes the Bhopal Express to Hazrat Nizamuddin and Jan Shatabdi to Jabalpur. Reservation will also have to be made to sit in the general compartment. The fare of the trains will be normal. Second seating will be charged for general coaches. Tickets for these 200 trains can be booked up to 30 days in advance. RAC and waiting list will also be made. All these trains will run according to the pre-determined time table.
Air travel starts from 25 May: 3 m between each cabin. Distance of
Domestic flights are starting in the country from 25 May. Following the instructions of the Central Government, preparations have also been completed at Raja Bhoj Airport in Bhopal. Airport director Anil Vikram said that machines would be installed to make boarding passes. The CISF team will check the passengers' papers from behind the magnifying glass. Necessary arrangements have been made to follow social distancing at the airport. In order to avoid any rush of passengers at the airport, airlines will be given self check in machines. They will be able to check tickets, luggage etc. while maintaining social distancing. Passengers' baggage will be sanitized before landing and after landing. A separate team will be deployed for this.
Red zone government offices compulsory 50% employees
Private and government offices coming to the Red Zone (excluding the Containment Zone) will now have 50 per cent employees and officers. In the case of government offices, the state government issued orders that 50 percent attendance is mandatory. In the earlier guidelines issued, the government prohibited any activity in the Red Zone. Outside this zone, government offices are allowed to open with 100 per cent employees.
Number of infected can reach 80 thousand by July
Coronavirus infection has spread in 49 out of 52 districts of Madhya Pradesh. The number of patients has increased to 5 thousand 735. The patients who are now coming out in the state are those who have returned from other states. Corona patients have been found from outside in Balaghat, Dindori, Panna, Damoh, Guna, Mandla, Seoni, Umaria, Rajgarh, Singrauli, Tikamgarh and Chhatarpur 40-45 days after the outbreak of infection. Life is returning to the green zone districts. Markets are also opening up, but social distancing is not being followed. Crowds of people are gathering in the market in banks and other public places. By July, the number of patients in the state can reach 80 thousand to one lakh.
Baba Ramdev told Shivraj – effective in preventing Ashwagandha-Giloy infection
Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has suggested how to break the corona infection. During the video conferencing with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Baba said that the corona of a person who has good immunity cannot spoil anything. The use of Ayurvedic medicines along with Pranayama improves the body's immunity. Kovid infection, in particular, can be broken by the use of ashwagandha, atom oil, and Giloy. Ramdev said that their use in the treatment of corona patients has yielded good results.
Bhopal: Youth salutes Corona Warriors through paintings
In order to increase creativity and awareness in lockdown by students of various colleges studying in Bhopal, these youth organized a painting competition titled 'Sit-seated Kya Kare', in which more than 20 youth participated online. First place was received by Divya Singh Satna, second place Priyanka Vishwakarma Bhopal, third place Rishita Sahu and Sakshi Nagar. Krishna Yadav said that these paintings have a social message with gratitude to the Corona Warriors.
Hoshangabad: Entry of tourists closed in Pachmarhi-Churna
STR (Satpura Tiger Reserve) will not open in summer season due to lockdown. Tourists will not be able to see wildlife in Madhai and Churna. Since the lockdown will run until 31 May. Just after 15 days as the monsoon movement starts, the STR will stop after June 15, like every year. Now in June, tourists will not be able to see wildlife. The movement of tourists will now be four months later in October. Till then the lockdown will also be expected to open. Tourists from all over the country and abroad come to see STR wildlife. This year, STR is closed for two months due to corona. The STR is closed until further orders, ie the shaving will not open until the lockdown is completely removed from the country. STR Sector Deputy Director Anil Shukla said that in the orders that have come to us, STR has to be kept closed till further orders.
Chhatarpur: PPE kit donated to doctors by not thirteenth
Surendra Singh, a resident of My Homes in Khajuraho of the district, was the father of late. On the death of Moti Singh (98 years), he set a new precedent by bypassing the religious and social tradition. He provided 13 PPE kits to rescue Rajnagar Hospital from Corona by not having his father's thirteenth and Brahmin feast.
Raisen: New bride Corona positive in Mandideep
Corona positive reports have come on the third day of the marriage of a young woman. His family called and informed on Wednesday. Here, the youth of Satlapur was married on 18 May in Jatkheri (Bhopal). On this day, the bride arrived and arrived at her in-laws' house. The family said that the daughter had fever 7 days ago. He did not get rest even after taking the medicine. On Saturday, his sample was given for investigation. Meanwhile, he got married. The girl is sent to AIIMS Hospital in Bhopal for treatment. After this, 32 people of the family, including the groom, a resident of Mandideep, have been quarantined.
Chhindwara: Child born in labor special train
A pregnant woman, who was going by Shramik Special train in the district, gave birth to a child. The train was going from Amritsar to Champa. On Wednesday, the train was stopped at Pandhurna due to maternity pain. The doctor, who arrived from the government hospital, delivered maternity Kantibai in the bogie. Both the child and the child are healthy.
Sagar: 9 corona positive patients found
On Thursday, 9 more corona were found infected in the district. So far there have been 51 cases. 5 have returned home after recovering. While 44 are admitted in Kovid ward of BMC. 4 of them are in ICU due to severe. 2 patients have been referred from Sagar to Bhopal.
These trains will get stops in Bhopal, trains will have both AC-Non AC categories.
|Train number||Name||From where||Where will you go|
|01016-01015||Kushinagar Express||Gorakhpur||LTT Mumbai|
|01071-01072||Kamayani Express||Varanasi||LTT Mumbai|
|02155-02156||Bhopal Express||Habibganj||Hazrat Nizamuddin|
|02533-02534||Pushpak Express||Lucknow||Mumbai CST|
|02618-02617||Mangla-Lakshadweep Express||Hazrat Nizamuddin||Ernakulam|
|02715-02616||Sachkhand Express||Amritsar||Huzur Saheb Nanded|
|From 02541-02542||Gorakhpur-LTT Super Fast||Gorakhpur||LTT Mumbai|
|02779-02780||Goa Express||Hazrat Nizamuddin||Vasco da Gama|
|02061-02062||Jan Shatabdi Express||Habibganj||Jabalpur|
|02724-02723||Telangana Express||new Delhi||Hyderabad|
|02805-02806 –||Ap express||new Delhi||Visakhapatnam|
Madhya Pradesh: Infected 5735
Indore 2715, Bhopal 1088, Ujjain 420, Burhanpur 194, Khandwa 186, Jabalpur 186, Khargoun 114, Dhar 107, Gwalior 77, Raisen 67, Dewas 66, Mandsaur 79, Neemuch 50 Morena 44, Hoshangabad 37, Barwani 34, Ratlam 28, Bhind 38, Sagar 44, Vidisha 16, Rewa 25, Agramalwa 13, Jhabua 11, Betul 9, Satna 10, Shajapur 8, Tikamgarh 8, Chhindwara 5, Sehore 5, Sidhi 5, Sheopur 5, Dindori 4, Alirajpur 3, Anuppur 3 , Ashoknagar 5, Datia 3, Harda 3, Shahdol 3, Shivpuri 3, Panna 3, Damoh 5, Guna 1, Mandla 1, Rajgarh 1, Seoni 1, Sim Rowley 1, Umaria 1 and a patient in Chhatarpur.
267 killed: 105 in Indore, 40 in Bhopal, 50 in Ujjain, 9 in Jabalpur, 10 in Khandwa, 11 in Burhanpur, 8 in Khargone, 2 in Dhar, 1 in Gwalior, 3 in Raisen, 8 in Dewas, 6 in Mandsaur, in Neemuch. 1, Hoshangabad 3, Sagar 2, Agar Malwa-Satna-Shajapur-Jhabua-Chhindwara-Sehore-Ashoknagar 1-1 patients have died. (According to the bulletin issued by the Health Department on May 20 at 6 pm)