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Prime Minister Modi to unveil Madhya Pradesh startup policy tomorrow

On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch Madhya Pradesh’s start-up policy through a video conference. He will also address the startup community on this occasion. Representatives of 500 start-ups and 1500 young people will be present in the program along with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh.

Madhya Pradesh Startup Conclave is being held in Indore, MP on 13th May, Madhya Pradesh Startup Conclave-2022 will be held at Brilliant Convention Center in Indore and the event will be opened by PM Modi.

The Madhya Pradesh government is going to implement a start-up policy to promote business-friendly environment for start-up units in the state.

Udaipur is ready for the “Chintan Shivir” congress

Preparations are in the final stages for the Chintan Shivir Congress to be held in Udaipur on May 13. The camp will be organized from May 13 to 15. Workers are working vigorously to make Chintan Shivir historic.

To attend the event, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took a train from Delhi’s Sarai Rohilla station to Udaipur earlier in the day. On board the train, the former party president also exchanged with railway porters.

According to party leaders, the “Nav Sankalp Chintan Shivir” is further oriented towards thinking about the difficulties facing the nation, for example, the “free fall of the economy”, the increase in wealth inequality, inflation, the farmers’ crisis, the standoff in Ladakh, the assault on minorities and the attempts at division using Hindu-Muslim rhetoric.

Delhi faces water crisis from Friday

Water supply will be affected in some areas of the national capital Delhi from Friday morning. These include many areas such as Civil Lines of the North, Bada Hindu Rao and Kamla Nagar.

“Haryana releases less water into the river causing the water level of Wazirabad pond to drop to a critical level of 671.80 feet from the normal level of 674.5 feet. areas of Delhi could face a water crisis,” the official said.

Water supply will be affected in different areas of Delhi from the same Friday morning, the Delhi Jal Board has said. According to the DJB, the water supply of Wazirabad Water Works will be affected to maintain the normal level of the Yamuna pond.

IMD issues yellow alert in Delhi as heat wave sweeps India

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a yellow alert, warning of a heat wave in most parts of the capital on Friday and Saturday. An orange alert was issued to alert individuals to a severe heat wave on Sunday.

The most extreme temperature at Safdarjung Observatory, Delhi’s base station, was 42.5 degrees Celsius. It was 41.4 degrees Celsius on Wednesday.

The most extreme temperature in Najafgarh (44.7 degrees Celsius), Mungeshpur (45.4 degrees Celsius) and Pitampura (44 degrees Celsius) stood at about five degrees Celsius above ordinary temperature.


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