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Paytm QR Codes may now be scanned at Railway Stations to book tickets



According to Livemint, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has partnered with e-payment provider Paytm to provide ticketing services through Automatic Ticket Vending Machines at railway stations in order to make travel easier for commuters. According to reports, the service has already begun at all Automatic Ticket Vending Machines (ATVM) in Indian railway stations. Passengers will be able to pay for tickets using digital methods and commute fully cashless as a result of this.

Customers can make payments using Paytm Wallet, Paytm UPI, Net Banking, Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking, and Paytm Post-paid, among other methods (Buy Now, Pay Later).

The touchscreen ATVMs installed at train stations let passengers purchase tickets using UPI rather than a smart card. Passengers must scan the QR code displayed on the ATVM screen in order to access the service. After scanning, passengers can quickly purchase platform tickets, unreserved train journey tickets, recharge smart cards, and renew seasonal tickets.

“Firstly tested the QR code revolution in India, we are happy to carry it forward by offering the convenience of ticketing across railway stations,” a Paytm representative said. He went on to say that Paytm’s relationship with IRCTC will provide QR solutions to Indian Railways’ Automated Ticket Vending Machines. And, he noted, this will enable people to go totally cashless when purchasing tickets.

Follow the instructions below to utilize the ATVMs’ digital payment feature at train stations.

First, find an ATVM at your local train station.

Step 2: Using the touchscreen, choose a route for reserving a ticket or enter a smart number for recharging.

Step 3: Make your payment using any Paytm option.

To complete the transaction, scan the QR code generated on the screen.

Step 5: Depending on your choices, a physical ticket or a smart card recharge will be generated.

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Concerns Emerge as Juhugaon Lake’s Algae Odour Remains After 24 Lakhs Spent on Cleaning



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The Smell

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23 natural lakes were once present in Navi Mumbai, all of them were a part of the expansive lake Vision project that the NMMC had started. However, Concerns have been raised by the recent lakes closure in Koperkhairane Sector 19 due to pollution & algae growth. There are now just 22 lakes that are accessible to the general public, & conditions at the lake where Shree Ganesh murthi’s are submerged are less than ideal due to on abundance of green algae that produces unpleasant smell. 

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The Rotary Club pledges to eradicate thalassemia by the year 2026 in Navi Mumbai



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“Thalassemia is painful to manage, but there is a bright side to this condition,” said Jadhwani. As long as people in the community are informed, it can be fully avoided. Major and mild forms of thalassemia exist. People with small variations lead nearly typical lives, although they must exercise caution when choosing a spouse. They ought to abstain from getting married to a minor with thalassemia. Due to the possibility that the infant may have significant thalassemia, this might cause problems at birth. A hereditary condition called thalassaemia can have an effect on a newborn. Such children need blood transfusions for the rest of their lives.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bold move was praised by CM Eknath Shinde and MLA Manda Mhatre



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The Bold Decision

On Thursday, September 21, 2023, the Rajya Sabha unanimously approved the Nari Shakti Vandan Bill, granting women 33% reservation. This decision was warmly welcomed by the Chief Minister Shree Eknath Shinde, who expressed it as a proud moment for women that will go, down in the country’s history books in “golden letters.”

Shreemati Vrushali Srikanth Shinde, daughter- in-law of Chief Minister Shree Eknath Shinde, Shiv Sena Spokesperson Shreemati Sheetal Mhatre, Thane District Mahila Aghadi Sanghatika’s Shreemati Meenakshi Shinde & more than 100 women officials of Shivsena from Mumbai, Thane & Navi Mumbai were also all present for the event. 

Women’s are taking amazing strides in variety of sectors, & this law will give them a chance to lead in the political sphere, said Chief Minister Shree Eknath Shinde. He emphasised that this decision is a turning point for the country, crediting its success to PM Modi’s creative & Courageous decision making skills. further he thanked & Congratulated Prime Minister Shree Narendra Modi on the bills approval. Speaking on the matter Shreemati Manda Mhatre said, “We all Consider India’s Prime Minister Shree Narendra Modi as a World leader. The entire world watches him with great respect. And it is indeed true that the entire country says there’s no one like him in this era. Our honourable Prime Minister also has an insight that the country cannot achieve progress without the happiness & prosperity of its women. Therefore, on behalf of all the women of Maharashtra, we extend our sincere appreciation & compliments for PM Modi.”

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