How to register for COVID-19 vaccine if you are travelling abroad?

Rajasthan Government issued guidelines for people who are planning to travel internationally for education, work opportunities or as part of the Indian contingent for the Tokyo Olympics. The state government has allowed early administration of the second dose of Covishield for such beneficiaries if their travel dates fall before the period of the 84-day gap.

Who all are eligible to take an early second dose of vaccine?

  • Students who have to travel abroad for the purposes of education.
  • Individuals taking up jobs in foreign countries.
  • Athletes, sportspersons and accompanying staff of the Indian contingent attending the International Olympic Games be held in Tokyo.

In normal cases, the recommended gap between two doses of Covishield is 12 weeks minimum. However, the government issued new guidelines for those who have to visit abroad before August 31. These people can get the second dose after 28 days (4 weeks) of receiving the first dose.

People are required to meet the following criteria to avail the second dose vaccination, earlier than the recommended scheduled:

  • The date of international travel should fall between the 84 days waiting period of the two doses
  • People need to produce proof of travel, such as employment letters for work and enrollment or acceptance letters for educational opportunities. They can also show proof of an interview call
  • Nomination to participate in the Tokyo Olympics.

These beneficiaries must link their passports as ID document for vaccination. If any other document was attached during the first dose, the details of the same will be printed on the final certificate. Authorities have been tasked to issue another document, linking the passport to the vaccination certificate, in such cases.

How to register for vaccination if you are travelling abroad.

The beneficiaries will be slated for an early jab after they upload the required documents. According to the sources, the CoWIN portal will soon allow people to schedule the 2nd vaccination slot, for the exceptional cases mentioned above.


Rajasthan relaxes lockdown restrictions: Check details here

With a dip in the number of coronavirus cases, the Rajasthan government on Tuesday announced some more relaxations in ongoing lockdown. The Home Department released a revised set of guidelines providing further relaxation in the “Three-layer Public Discipline Lockdown 2.0“.

Here’s what is now allowed in Rajasthan in Unlock 2.0

  • The weekend curfew will now be observed only on Sunday. It will begin from Saturday 5 pm till Monday 5 am. However, the night curfew timings remain unchanged – 5 pm till 5 am every day.
  • All permitted markets and commercial establishments, which were allowed from Monday to Friday, will now be allowed to be open from Monday to Saturday.
  • Fully air-conditioned shopping complexes or malls can open from Monday to Saturday from 6 am to 4 pm.
  • Cinema halls, theatres and multiplexes will remain closed.
  • Tourist spots, museum, art and cultural places will open from 9 am to 4 pm. A separate guideline will be issued by the Department of Art and Culture for the same.
  • Restaurants and hotels are now allowed to provide in-house dining services from 9 am till 4 pm with a 50 per cent capacity.
  • Home delivery facility by restaurants will be allowed till 10 pm and take-away from 6 am to 4 pm from Monday to Saturday.
  • Stadiums, gyms and yoga centre & sports clubs will open from Monday to Saturday between 6 am and 4 pm.
  • In all such government and private offices with staff less than 10, the entire staff will be allowed to function from their workplace. In the case of more than 10 staff members, 50 per cent of them will be allowed.
  • City and minibuses will operate from 5 am till 5 pm. Metro rail will begin operating from Wednesday. Passengers will not be allowed to travel standing. Operation of roadways and private buses have been allowed from June 10.
  • Coaching institutions and libraries etc. will remain closed.
  • All places of worship will remain closed for the general public.
  • Wedding ceremonies will NOT be permitted. Marriages at home or in courts will be allowed with a maximum of 11 guests.

Besides, all other activities which were permitted in the guidelines issued earlier will remain as it is. Passengers coming from outside the state will have to submit a negative RT-PCR report not older than 72 hours.

The state government has earlier allowed work in all industries and units related to construction to prevent the migration of workers. It also permitted shops dealing in agricultural inputs and equipment, fruits, vegetables and flowers, and Mandis from 6 am to 4 pm.


Rajasthan Unlock New Guidelines: Check out the Relaxation List

The Rajasthan government, on Monday, issued new guidelines and announced certain relaxations to the COVID-19 lockdown imposed in the state. According to the official order issued by the state government, the new guidelines will come into effect from Tuesday, June 8.

Here’s a complete list of relaxations given by the Rajasthan government:

  • Shops and market will be allowed to open till 4 pm. Air-conditioned malls will remain closed.
  • Wedding ceremonies will NOT be permitted till June 30. Marriages at home or in courts have been allowed with a maximum of 11 guests.
  • Maximum 20 persons to be allowed at funerals.
  • Government and private offices in the state can stay open till 4 pm with 50 per cent occupancy of staff.
  • Public parks are allowed to open from 5 am to 8 am.
  • Roadways and private buses will be allowed to operate from June 10.
  • The movement of private vehicles will be allowed from 5 am to 5 pm from Monday to Friday.
  • Passengers travelling from outside the state will have to submit a negative RT-PCR report not older than 72 hours. People who have taken both doses of vaccination will be allowed without any test report.
  • Shops dealing in processed food, sweets, bakery etc., will be able to open from 6 am to 4 pm from Monday to Friday. However, only take-away will be allowed.
  • Industries and construction sites will be allowed to work to avoid the migration of workers.
  • Shops dealing in agricultural inputs and equipment, fruits, vegetables and flowers, and Mandis have been permitted daily from 6 am to 4 pm.
  • All medical and health-related activities and services will be permitted.
  • Dining in restaurants will NOT be allowed, takeaways will be available. Home delivery from these establishments will be allowed till 10 pm.
  • ATMs, banks, financial services will remain functional till 4 pm.
  • Petrol pumps will operate from 5 am till 5 pm.
  • Gatherings of all kinds, public, social, political, sports, entertainment, educational, cultural and religious, processions and fairs will continue to be banned.
  • Cinema halls, theatres, multiplexes, auditoriums, swimming pools, gyms, amusement parks, picnic spots, sports grounds and similar places will remain closed in the state.
  • Coaching institutions and libraries etc. will remain closed too.
  • All places of worship will remain closed for the general public.
  • Night curfew from 5 pm to 5 am every day will remain in place.
  • The ‘Public Discipline Weekend Curfew’ will continue from 5 pm on Fridays to 5 am on Mondays until further orders.
  • Rule of Five, where more than 5 people will not be allowed to assemble anywhere, will stay in effect.

The government had imposed a complete lockdown in the state from May 10 to May 24, which was later extended till June 8. Meanwhile, from June 2, relaxations were announced following a dip in the number of infections and the positivity rate.


Mini Unlock in Rajasthan from June 2: What is Open, What is Closed?

With the declining trend in COVID-19 cases, the Rajasthan government, earlier, had extended the coronavirus lockdown till June 8. However, the government, on Monday, issued guidelines to start the “unlock” process by easing certain restrictions from June 2.

According to the guidelines for the modified lockdown, exemption for various activities will be given only in areas where the positivity rate is less than 10% or the use of oxygen, ICU and ventilator beds is less than 60%.

Following the instructions of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, the Home Department has issued new guidelines in this regard.

New Guidelines issued by Rajasthan Government

Here is all you need to know about what is allowed in Udaipur and what is not:

  • Offices
    • All the government offices will open from 9:30 am to 4 pm with the presence of 25% employees till June 7, and after that with 50% employees.
    • Private offices can be opened up to 2 pm with the presence of 25% employees.
    • e-Pass will be issued for the movement of workers working in industries.
  • Shops & Mall
    • Grocery and flour mill will open from 6 am to 11 am as before.
    • All types of shops and business establishments will also be able to open from Tuesday to Friday from 6 am to 11 am.
    • Fruit and vegetable shops will open from 6 am to 5 pm.
    • Shops selling processed food, sweets, bakeries and restaurants will be open from 6 am to 11 am from Tuesday to Friday. Only take-away will be available.
    • The facility of home delivery will be allowed till 10 pm.
    • Sitting and eating in restaurants, shops will not be allowed.
    • The street vendors and stalls will be allowed daily from 6 am to 11 am.
    • Fuel pumps will be open from 5 am to 12 noon.
    • Fully air-conditioned shopping complexes, malls will not be allowed to open at present.
    • Maintenance service workers such as electricians, plumbers, carpenters, motor mechanics, IT service providers will be also allowed to travel.
  • Weddings
    • The ban on wedding ceremonies will continue till June 30.
    • Marriages at homes and court marriages will be permitted as earlier (maximum attendance of 11 people).
    • Details will have to be submitted on
  • Inter-state and intra-state movement
    • Intra-district movement of private vehicles will be allowed from Tuesday to Friday between 5 am to 12 noon.
    • After June 8, traffic will be allowed in the entire state from 5 am to 12 noon.
    • Public transport, including the State roadways and private buses, will be allowed from June 10. Separate orders will be issued for the same.
    • RT-PCR negative report (conducted within 72 hours) will be mandatory for travellers coming from outside the state.
    • Inter-state and intra-state movement of vehicles carrying goods will be allowed.
  • Weekend Curfew
    • The weekend curfew will remain in force every Friday from 12 noon to Tuesday 5 am.
    • It will continue till the number of active cases in the state reduces to 10,000.
  • Others
    • All types of religious places will remain closed for devotees/visitors throughout the state.
    • Public, social, political, sports-related entertainment, educational, cultural and religious functions/processions/festivals/fairs market will not be allowed.
    • Cinema halls, theatres, multiplexes, auditoriums, swimming pools, amusement parks, picnic spots, sports grounds and public parks and similar places will remain closed.
    • All educational, coaching institutions, libraries etc. will remain closed.
    • e-Mitra and Adhaar Centres will be open till 4 pm.

There are more than 22 districts in the state, where the infection rate has been less than 5% during the lockdown.


Rajasthan Lockdown Extended till June 8 with 3 days Weekend Curfew: Know all Details

Rajasthan Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, on Sunday, announced that the COVID-19 lockdown in Rajasthan will be extended till June 8. This time, the lockdown will be a three-tier public discipline lockdown (त्रि-स्तरीय जन अनुशासन लाॅकडाउन) which will be in force from 24th May 5 am till 8th June 5 am.

Rajasthan Home Department issued the order for extending the lockdown on May 23. The decision was made at a state-level meeting held on May 22.

Here’s all you need to know about the Rajasthan Lockdown:

  • Fine for not wearing appropriate face masks in public places has been doubled from Rs 500 to Rs 1,000.
  • Marriage and wedding ceremonies will not be allowed till June 30. However, marriages at homes and court marriages will be permitted with a maximum attendance of 11 people. The family where the wedding is being organized will have to submit details on
  • The weekend curfew is extended by one day, and will be imposed from Friday to Monday as opposed to the earlier schedule of only Friday to Sunday. This will be imposed from Friday, 28th May 12 noon to Tuesday, 1st June, 5 am and again from Friday, 4th June 12 noon to Tuesday, 7th June 5 am.

  • COVID-19 vaccination beneficiaries can only visit the vaccination centres within the same locality as their residence. They are not allowed to visit distant centers.
  • It will be mandatory for travelers coming from outside the state to submit the RT-PCR negative report, conducted within 72 hours.
  • All medical emergencies and other permissible categories would be allowed.
  • During the 3-tier public discipline lockdown, citizens are expected to follow COVID-19 appropriate behaviour at three levelsfamily, ward or village and state.
    • Level 1: Stopping entry of outsiders into houses or meeting them at open spaces instead
    • Level 2: Check spreader activities at village level and ensure the gathering of 5 or more are disallowed at village level
    • Level 3: Inter-district and inter-village movement of people is barred
  • Markets will remain closed except for dairy/milk parlours, fruits and vegetable shops and those selling fruits and vegetables on handcarts or rickshaws, flower vendors and Mandis.

According to a government release, the state may allow some relaxations in commercial activities from June 1 in districts where the COVID-19 situation will improve significantly.


Strict Lockdown in Rajasthan from 10 May: what’s Open and what’s Closed

With the rapid increase in coronavirus cases in Rajasthan, the state government has declared a complete lockdown from Monday, May 10, 5:00 am till Monday, May 24, 5:00 am.

Under the restrictions, all activities, including wedding ceremonies, have been completely banned in the state. Only essential and emergency services will continue to operate.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot announced the imposition of complete lockdown in Rajasthan, after the meeting with the Council of Ministers on Thursday evening.

Here is a list of what’s allowed, what’s not during the lockdown in Rajasthan.

Marriage ceremonies banned completely till 31st May

  • Marriage functions have been completely banned and will be allowed only after May 31.
  • Marriage gardens, banquet halls and hotels will be closed for wedding events.
  • The advance booking amount given to marriage gardens, bands etc. will be either returned or adjusted later.
  • Weddings to be in form of court marriage or organized at home, however, be allowed in the presence of a maximum of 11 people.
  • Any type of ceremony, DJ, procession, party, etc. will not be allowed till 31 May.
  • Permission for marriage has to be intimated via the web portal ( – e-Intimation:MARRIAGE)
  • Even for the in-home weddings, no band, or entertainment, caterers or tent house-related personnel shall be allowed.
  • Home delivery of any type of goods related to tent house, caterers will NOT be allowed.
  • No bus-jeep/auto/tempo/tractors etc. to be allowed for Baraat Procession.
  • No mass gatherings or feasts to be organized.

Everything except emergency services will be closed

  • Only shops dealing with essential products and services will remain open during the period.
  • All private offices and commercial establishments will remain shut during the lockdown.
  • All MGNREGA works will be restricted during the period.
  • All Places of worship will be closed during the lockdown.
  • To prevent the migration of workers, factories and special buses will be operated for the workers of factories/construction sites.
  • Shops that have been permitted to open as per the earlier guidelines will continue to open.

Private and public transport will remain closed

  • Movement of both private or public transport will be prohibited except for emergency vehicles.
  • Inter and intra-state movement of goods and commodities will be permitted.
  • All intra-state travels or travel between districts, cities and villages will be prohibited.
  • Dedicated personnel for loading/unloading of heavy goods will be permitted.
  • Anyone arriving from outside the state will need to provide the latest RT-PCR test report not older than 72 hours.
  • Anyone who fails to produce the documents required will be quarantined for 15 days.
  • Roadways bus services to remain closed till 24th.

Fruits-vegetables, dairy and Kirana stores will open as earlier

  • Fruit-vegetable carts (thela) will be allowed from 6 am to 5 pm.
  • Grocery and food items shops will open from 6 am to 11 am.
  • Liquor shops will also be open from Monday to Friday from 6 am to 11 am as before.

More Restrictions/Allowances:

  • Industries or units associated with construction will be allowed to avoid the movement of migrant labour from their locations. Associated units to issue ID cards for them.
  • If the above units are running special buses, they will have to present bus details and details of the driver attested by the authorized signatory of the company, to the District Magistrate.

What’s Open?

  • Those who are travelling will have to show their tickets to be allowed to go to or come home from railway stations, metro stations and airports.
  • Medical services for pregnant women and patients, private hospitals, laboratories, and their associated personnel (with ID cards) will be exempted from the purview of the restrictions.
  • Those who have registered for Covid-19 vaccination will be allowed to travel to vaccination centres but with registration-related documents and ID cards.
  • Newspapers can be distributed between 4 am and 8 am while those working with electronic and print media can move with ID cards.
  • Banks, insurance services will be allowed to operate from 10 am to 2 pm only.
  • LPG, CNG, petrol pumps, gas outlets will be open for private vehicles from 7 am to 12 noon.

Shops selling construction material to remain closed. However, they can dispatch the goods if orders are taken via phone.

The medical departments will issue separate guidelines regarding attendants caring for hospitalized Covid-19 patients.

Many restrictions were already in force in the state under ‘Red Alert Jan Anushasan Pakhwada‘ or ‘Red Alert Public Discipline Fortnight‘ which have been made stringent on the basis of the suggestions given by the Council of Ministers during the meeting.

All the other instructions not specified here shall be followed as per the guidelines issued on 30 April 2021.


Last updated on: 10 May 2021


All You Need to Know About Latest Guidelines of Rajasthan Government

This article was last updated on 26 April 2021

Amid the rising cases of corona in the state, the Rajasthan government on Friday announced stricter guidelines for the lockdown period. The state’s home department issued these guidelines in addition to the restrictions already imposed since 19th April 2021 under “Jan Anushasan Pakhwada”.

Here is all you need to know about the latest guidelines issued by Rajasthan Government:
  • Retail and wholesale shops of grocery, food items, cattle feed and flour mills will be allowed to open from 6 am to 11 am from Monday to Friday.
  • Mandis, vegetable and fruit shops are allowed to open from 6 am to 5 pm. (this amendment has been made on 25th April 2021)
  • Vendors selling fruits and vegetables on hand carts, e-rickshaws, vans etc. will also be allowed from 6 am to 11 am daily.
  • Milk shops will be allowed to open in the morning from 6 am to 11 am and in the evening from 5 pm to 7 pm.
  • Shops selling processed food, restaurants and sweet shops will remain closed and only home delivery will be permitted.
  • Banks, insurance services will be allowed to operate from 10 am to 2 pm only.
  • Marriage ceremonies will be limited to a one-day event for 3 hours with not more than 50 persons in attendance. Government employees will monitor the wedding programmes to ensure that the guests don’t flout the norms.
  • Except for medical emergencies and essential services, the movement of private vehicles from one city to another has been restricted with effect from Monday, April 26.
  • Intra-state buses will operate with 50 per cent capacity.
  • Government offices will remain closed except for those directly engaged in COVID management.
  • Fuel stations will be open for private vehicles from 7 am to 12 noon.

Besides, the state government has also imposed a weekend curfew in the entire state which will be effective from Friday 6 PM to Monday 5 AM. During this period, only emergency and essential services will be allowed. This will include people going for vaccination, hospital or banking services and those travelling to and from bus stands, railway stations and airports.

The new guidelines will come into effect from Sunday, 25th April and will be effective till May 3rd 2021.


3 Features of a Good Quality Portable Fan

The weather becomes swelteringly hot between mid-June and July in India. And the hot weather stays for quite a long period. Now, in your house, you might have built a range of cooling options such as ceiling fans and air conditioners to keep you relaxed, but what if you want to spend time enjoying outdoor activities sitting on the patio or going to family and friends for a picnic. Do you have a reliable cooling solution while you are away from home to keep the sun and heat stress out? Okay, if not, then just what you would need is a portable fan.

It is efficient and easy to carry, as the name implies, which means you can easily take it to various spots inside and outside the house without any hassle. Even though the market has many portable fans, note that not all the fans are equal. Here are some features you must look for to make sure you buy a highly functional fan that doesn’t disappoint when you need it the most:


When buying a high-quality portable fan start with checking the unit’s airflow. The airflow of a fan is widely estimated in cubic meters per minute (CMM).

It is ideal to opt for a fan with a large airflow to ensure that the cooling is successful and reaches the entire enclosed area. Reliable brands such as Luminous offer a wide variety of options for portable fans with varying airflows. Check the following:

Type of portable fans with their respective fan airflow:

  • Table Fan Up to 130 CMM
  • Pedestal Fan Up to 100 CMM
  • Wall Fan Up to 75 CMM


Portable fans are available in various sizes in the market. Due to the number of choices you available, it is challenging to select the right size. Consider which part of the room the portable fan will be put in to make the best choice. If the room size is wide, go for a fan that has a greater area span, as the breeze can reasonably easily cover the entire room. Alternatively, as you would get the breeze from all directions, you might buy several small portable fans. On the other hand, a smaller portable fan would be adequate for a smaller space as the area that needs to be freshened is not too much. The most ideal size of the portable fan is 400mm. 


There are various styles of portable fans available that range from wall-mounted fans, table fans to personal fans. In portable fans, there are two kinds of motors used:

  • Normal Speed Portable Fan- It has a 4 Pole Motor (RPM: 1280-1330)- This type of fan is usually used in the area that has a temperate climate.
  • High-Speed Portable Fan- It has a 2 Pole Motor (RPM: 1800-2100)- This type of fan is usually used in the area that has a tropical climate.
  • Popular sweeps are 400 mm /300mm/450 mm
  • 1300 rpm /2100 rpm (4 or 2 pole motor) speeds
  • 40 CMM to 100CMM Air Delivery
  • Nearly all uses Sintered Sleeve Bearings

Choose the Best Portable Fan for Home

Known for its top-quality electrical switchgear, Luminous provides a range of portable fans in India at affordable prices. Its range of portable fans includes pedestal fans, table fans, and wall fans in sleek styles and striking colours. High-performance motors and aerodynamically designed blades for improved air distribution are installed into all these fans. 

For ease of use, portable fans have an adjustable height. Most have oscillating heads that oscillate to enable better circulation of air. A wide range of portable fans at Luminous also offers the option of multiple oscillating and non-oscillating versions. So, what are you waiting for? Check out their online store and buy the best portable fan today!


उदयपुर ज़िले के पंचायती समिति चुनाव 2020 परिणाम घोषित

जिला परिषद के 43 और 20 पंचायत समितियों के 364 सदस्याें के चुनाव परिणाम की मतगणना मंगलवार को हुई। 

परिणामों के अनुसार 20 पंचायत समितियों में भाजपा के 8 और कांग्रेस के 7 प्रधान बनने तय हैं। 5 पंचायत समितियाें में दाेनाें दलों काे बहुमत नहीं मिला है। इनमें निर्दलीय तय करेंगे कि प्रधान काैन बनेगा। वहीं जिला प्रमुख और प्रधान के चुनाव 10 दिसंबर को और उप प्रमुख व उप प्रधानों का चुनाव 11 दिसंबर को होगा। 

मंगलवार को हुई मतगणना के नतीजे इस प्रकार रहे। 

  • पंचायत समितियां – 20
  • कुल वार्ड – 364
  • भाजपा ने जीते वार्ड – 157
  • कांग्रेस ने जीते वार्ड – 166
  • अन्य – 41

पंचायत समिति चुनाव 2020 परिमाण 

S. No पंचायत समिति भाजपा कांग्रेस  अन्य 
1 झाड़ोल (21) 9 10 2
2 फलासिया (19) 6 8 5
3 बड़गांव (15) 8 6 1
4 मावली (25) 10 15 0
5 लसाड़िया (15) 11 4 0
6 कोटड़ा (19) 11 8 0
7 सायरा (17) 8 9 0
8 गोगुन्दा (17) 11 6 0
9 खेरवाड़ा (17) 5 8 4
10 नया गांव (15) 4 8 3
11 ऋषभदेव (21) 7 7 7
12 सराड़ा (15) 6 9 0
13 कुराबड़ (15) 9 5 1
14 भिंडर (19) 3 3 13
15 वल्लभनगर (19) 10 8 1
16 गिर्वा (29) 11 18 0
17 सलूम्बर (21) 11 10 0
18 झल्लारा (15) 5 8 2
19 जयसमंद (15) 4 10 1
20 सेमारी (15) 8 6 1
कुल (364) 157 166 41

जिला परिषद के नतीजों में भाजपा 27 सीटें जीतकर लगातार दूसरी बार अपना जिला प्रमुख बनाने वाली है।


राजस्थान सरकार ने लगाया पटाखों पर बैन

राजस्थान गृह विभाग के आदेश – पटाखे बेचने पर 10 हज़ार और आतिशबाज़ी करने 2 हज़ार का जुर्माना।

राजस्थान गृह विभाग ने राज्य में दीपावली पर पटाखे बेचने और आतिशबाज़ी करने पर जुर्माना घोषित कर दिया है। आदेशानुसार राज्य में पटाखे के बिक्री करने पर 10 हज़ार का जुर्माना लिए जायेगा और आतिशबाज़ी करने पर 2 हज़ार का जुर्माना लिया जायेगा। यह प्रतिबंध 31 दिसंबर 2020 तक लागू रहेगा।

इस के लिए सरकार ने कार्यकारी मजिस्ट्रेट, एएसआइ और उससे उच्च स्तर के अधिकारी, नगरीय निकाय में रेवेन्यू सब-इंस्पेक्टर या उससे उच्च पद के अधिकारी, जिला परिषद के मुख्य कार्यकारी अधिकारी और खंड विकास अधिकारी कार्यवाई कर सकते हैं।

कोरोना समीक्षा बैठक के दौरान सीएम अशोक गहलोत ने पटाखों की ​बिक्री और आतिशबाजी पर रोक लगाने का फैसला लिया। पटाखों के धुएं के कारण कोरोना रोगियों के अलावा अन्य लोगों को हृदय और श्वास संबंधी दिक्कतें हो सकती हैं, ऐसे में लोगों को दिवाली के दौरान आतिशबाजी से बचना चाहिए।

इसी के चलते मुख्यमंत्री ने पटाखों की बिक्री के अस्थायी लाइसेंस पर भी रोक लगाने का निर्देश दिये हैं। सीएम गहलोत ने कहा है, कोरोना वायरस के प्रसार को रोकने के लिये ये फैसला लिया है। सीएम ने कहा कि शादियों और अन्य समारोहों में आतिशबाजी बंद की जानी चाहिए।

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