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Monday, 27 April 2020

There is many times more protein than non-veg, in these 5 things, you will definitely want to eat number 2

There are many people who are vegetarian, while some people who are very non-vegetarian, they are always fond of eating meat, they can always go to any extent to eat meat, but people who are Vegetarians are looking for substances like meat that can provide them with high protein, so in today's post, we are going to tell them about five such things Are those which provide more protein than non-veg, so let's know again.


Talk about spinach, there is 49 percent more protein inside the spinach, it also increases the amount of blood in the body, so every person must consume spinach, if you drink its juice, it can be in many ways in the body. Provides amazing benefits.

2. Peeta Bread

Let me tell you that this bread has a lot more protein than eggs, if you eat peeta bread as breakfast then it can become a good source of high protein in your body, so definitely eat peeta bread at breakfast.

3. Milk products

If you eat milk, yogurt, ghee or cheese then it is a good source of protein, so you can include them in your diet and get high protein like meat.

4. Mushroom

Mushroom is a treasure of protein, so you must eat mushrooms, talk about 100 grams of protein, about 38% protein is present in mushrooms, which is much more than non-veg.

5. Cabbage

There is 40% protein inside the cabbage, while 12% inside an egg, so cabbage is very beneficial for the body, if you want to get high-protein then these 5 things must be eaten.

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Friday, 24 April 2020

Breaking NEWS: Lockdown will open after May 3, read government's plan!

To prevent the spread of the corona virus, on 22 March, PM Narendra Modi imposed a lockdown for 3 weeks across the country. On the day it was ending, the PM announced that the nationwide lockdown is being extended till May 3. Although some relaxation was also given in lockdown in many cities from Monday, the whole country is still in their homes in a way. Despite this, the corona cases are increasing rather than decreasing and now the news is that the central government is not in the mood to push the lockdown after May 3. Yes, the plan has also been prepared after the lockdown ends on the 3rd.

A news channel has quoted sources claiming that the lockdown will be gradually lifted after 3 May and further concessions will be granted with certain conditions. However, areas with red and orange zones will not get this exemption at present. With the reduction of corona cases, the scope of exemption will be extended.

The government has prepared this plan for the post-lockdown

Even after May 3, movement from the train, plane is difficult at the moment. No decision has been taken on this yet.

- In areas with green zone, only traffic will be approved within the city.

Social distancing and mask will be a part of people's everyday lifestyle. It can be kept mandatory for a long time.

- You can get the freedom to leave the house, but you have to wear a mask and take care of distance from each other.
In offices, taking care of social distancing can allow work to be done.

- There will be complete ban on gathering of crowds in some place.

For the time being, places like wedding ceremonies, religious places cannot be relieved. For the maximum number of guests that can come to the wedding, for this you have to take written permission from the DM.
After May 3, public utility shops can also be given relief with certain conditions.

After the end of the lockdown, special monitoring will be done on areas like Mumbai, Delhi, Noida, Indore. Here some rules of lockdown will be followed currently.

Sources say that only after May 15, after further assessing the condition of Corona in the country, the strategy will be decided further.

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Thursday, 23 April 2020

See the huge drop in the price of Redmi Not 10 Pro launched in India,

Friends, in today's news, we will tell you that in this lock down, India is going to launch a new phone for its users. The phone whose name is Redmi Note 10 Pro.

So friends, today we are going to tell you about MI Xiaomi Mobile, although Xiaomi's phone has now become the favorite phone of many people day by day. Friends, let us tell you that Xiaomi is a famous mobile manufacturer of China, who always keeps launching more than one mobile phone. These days, Xiaomi's mobile phones are not only seen in India but in the entire country of the world, a huge discussion of this phone is being seen. Xiaomi keeps launching its phone with more than one feature phone, so see these days the Redmi Note 10 Pro is going to be launched. So now let us know about some features of this phone.

Friends, in this mobile you get total four cameras, in which you get a front camera of 1080 MP, it is considered to be the best camera for taking a selfie. If we talk about this phone, then the back camera in it is 20 megapixels. To give full support to this phone, it also has 4GB and 6GB of RAM and if we talk about the internal storage of this phone, then 64GB and 128GB have been given. In this mobile you also get to see the version of MUui 10, if you talk about the display of this mobile, then in this mobile you get 6.47 inch full hd display. In this mobile, you have been given a fingerprint on the screen itself. If we talk about the battery that gives this phone plenty of energy, then it has a battery of 52100 MH.

This mobile has been launched in India only on March 5, this phone has two variants, the phone with 4GB and 64GB internal storage is priced at just ₹ 9999. And if we tell the price of the phone with its second variant which has 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, then the price of that phone has been kept at just ₹ 14999.

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Tuesday, 21 April 2020

Corona: These 8 countries will go back 40 years, know how the situation will be in India

The World Bank has said that due to the coronavirus epidemic, economic growth will be the worst in the current financial year in countries of South Asia including India and it will break the record for the last 40 years.
New Delhi: The World Bank has said that due to the coronavirus epidemic, economic growth will be worst in the countries of South Asia including India in the current financial year and it will break the record of last 40 years.

On Sunday, a report based on the economy of South Asia by the World Bank said that in eight countries of South Asia, economic growth will be from 1.8% to 2.8% in the financial year starting April 1. This is much lower than the 6.3 per cent growth projected six months ago.

India's economic growth projected to be between 1.5% to 2.8%

The World Bank has said that the Indian economy is the largest in the region and it is expected to grow from 1.5 per cent to 2.8 per cent in the current financial year. However, the bank has predicted economic growth of 4.8 to 5 per cent in the financial year 2019-2020 ended on 31 March 2020. The World Bank report says that the signs of recovery that are visible in India at the end of 2019 have ended due to this global crisis.

There will be recession in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Maldives

The World Bank report predicted that the economic growth of Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh would fall sharply due to the Corona crisis. At the same time, there is a crisis of recession in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Maldives.

The World Bank has made this report based on the data of all countries till 7 April. The report said that the measures taken to prevent corona infection have affected the supply chain across South Asia. As of April 7, there were about 13,000 cases of corona infection in these countries, which is much lower than in other parts of the world.

130 crore people of India forced to stay at home due to lockdown

The report says that due to the ongoing lockdown in India, about 130 crore people are forced to live in homes and the work of millions has been left. All types of businesses, small and big, have been affected by the lockdown and migrant workers have left the villages and moved to their villages. The report says that if this lockdown is carried forward, the economy in the region will suffer a major setback.

Banks and governments have taken many measures

The World Bank report states that banks and governments have taken several steps to mitigate the economic effects of Corona. While the government has made several announcements for unemployed migrant laborers, banks have given a variety of relief on business and personal loans.

The Government of India has announced a relief package of 1.7 lakh crores to help the people affected by the lockdown. At the same time, neighboring country Pakistan has announced a package of 45 thousand crores to support the economy.

In the report, senior World Bank official Hurtwiz Shaffer has said that governments in countries of South Asia should focus on preventing the infection of the virus and protecting their people. Particular attention should be paid to such poor people whose health and economic condition has affected the epidemic.

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Sunday, 19 April 2020

Uddhav Thackeray announces strong declaration to prevent Corona virus

In view of the increasing risk of infection of Corona virus in India, the Government of India has declared this virus as an epidemic in the month of March. For this reason, all the states of the country are taking precautions regarding this virus. Significantly, till April 2, all work has been stopped in Uttar Pradesh. Meanwhile, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has made a strong declaration to fight this virus.

Uddhav Thackeray has made a strong declaration saying that no government employee is being discharged in view of this transition. But more work is being considered in less presence. Further, he made another strong announcement, saying that Mumbai's lifeline local trains and buses are not being closed at present. But if people continue to travel unnecessarily, then it can be decided to stop them, because the next 15 days are much more sensitive.

For information, let us tell you that if Uddhav Thackeray stops the services of local trains and buses in Mumbai to stop the virus, then somewhere the functioning of Mumbai will come to a complete halt. But taking this step to stop this virus can prove extremely important. What is your opinion about it though? Do let us know in the comment box. Also follow our channel.

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Friday, 17 April 2020

All these industries and businesses will start from April 20, the government has issued instructions, know

The central government has said to relax the lockdown in some areas from April 20, as well as start some industries and businesses. Detailed instructions have been issued for this on Wednesday.

With the relaxation of these activities, social distancing in offices will have to be taken care of and if they do not do so, then they will be closed.

Work will start in these areas

Print, electronic media, cable, DTH services will continue

—Core service, work of e-commerce companies

—Data of government activities, call centers will open

—A hotel, motel or guesthouse where tourists are stranded due to lockdown

—Private Security and Office Management Services

—Cold Storage and Warehousing Service

—Elekretician, Plumber, Motor Mechanic, IT Repair, Carpenter

—Industry in rural areas

— Supply of essential goods like e-commerce company and grocery

—Production work of factories engaged in the production of medicines and other essential goods

—Special Economic Zone, Export Oriented Zone, Industries of Industrial Township,

—IT Hardware Manufacturing

—Farm pro cessing industry works of rural areas

—The work of industry producing packaging materials

Coal, mineral production and transportation, supply of explosives required for mining

—Oil and gas exploration work

—The Brick Kilns of Rural Areas

—Joot industry work.

Construction activities

—Creating renewable energy projects

Construction of irrigation projects, roads, buildings and all kinds of industrial projects in rural areas

- Construction projects in urban areas where workers are on the project site and there is no need to bring any laborers from outside
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