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Run For G20 Event on January 21, To Be Organised In Lucknow, Agra, Varanasi, Greater Noida

Run For G20 Event on January 21, To Be Organised In Lucknow, Agra, Varanasi, Greater Noida

On Tuesday, the Gautam Budh Nagar administration finalised the route for the Run For G20 event, which is to be held on January 21. The Run For G20 event will be organised simultaneously in 4 cities, including Lucknow, Agra, Varanasi and Greater Noida, to promote the G20 Summit that India will be hosting this year. The officials have finalised the 2km route for Run For G20, around the Noida Stadium, beginning and ending at gate number 4. Speaking about the event, District Magistrate Suhas LY said: “We are expecting several entrepreneurs for the event, along with students, sportspersons, resident bodies, traders, government officials and transpeople. We have invited all eminent personalities of the district to participate,” The DM has instructed officials to prepare a traffic diversion plan ahead of the event. The Run For G20 event will b flagged off by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow on January 21. Various other events related to the G20 Summit will also be organised in these 4 cities. Referring to the same, Suhas LY said: “The business or women summit will be organised in Greater Noida in September tentatively. One event of two-three days will also be hosted in Greater Noida. However, the dates and theme of the event are yet to be finalised by the ministry of external affairs,”

National Security Guard (NSG) to Procure Robots For Seamless and Continuous Surveillance

In order to reduce human intervention and provide seamless and continuous surveillance in a hazardous environment, the National Security Guard (NSG) will procure surveillance robots. The organisation will procure robots for areas where constant supervision and security are necessary. As per a document accessed by the news agency ANI, the 13 four-wheeled day and night robots will be deployed by the NSG. These robots have easy manoeuvrability through remote control and also have instantaneous radio and video reconnaissance. Along with having the ability to live stream in the daytime and nighttime, the robots are also equipped with 360-degree cameras that can quickly detect objects and the presence of humans around them. As per the NSG, these robots are being deployed so as to reduce human intervention in dangerous places. These robots are small in size and can penetrate deep into the hazardous zone.  

IMD Predicts Rain, Hailstorms, Winds up to 50 Km Per Hour In Northwest India, Including Delhi

According to the Indian Meteorological Department, light to moderate rain and hailstorm with winds going up to 50km per hour is predicted in northwest India, including Delhi, next week. “Under its influence, rainfall/snowfall is likely to commence over the western Himalayan region in the early hours of January 21 and continue till January 25 with peak activity on January 23-24,” said the MET department in a statement. It also added that winds gusting up to 50 kilometres per hour are expected to prevail over areas including Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh occasionally on January 23-24. The national capital has yet to record any rainfall this winter season so far, attributing to the lack of western disturbances in November and December. 

BharatPe Controversy: Founder Bhavik Koladiya Sues Co-Founder and Shark Tank India Fame Ashneer Grover Over Share Dispute

In a new development in the BharatPe controversy, founder Bhavik Koladiya who recently made an exit from the company has now sued his co-founder and Shark Tank India fame, Ashneer Grover. Koladiya has filed a case against Ashneer Grover over share dispute. Though Koladiya had a majority stake in BharatPe, he had to exit the cap owing to his past conviction for credit card fraud in the United States. As per sources, Koladiya made an exit and let go of his shares because his involvement in BharatPe would have affected fundraising talks with big institutional investors. However, now the Fintech founder is looking to get his shares back. The matter is listed for hearing by the Delhi High Court on January 18. The rift between Bhavik Koladiya and Ashneer Grover started in 2018 when Grover became BharatPe’s face, and Koladiya had to take a step back “owing to discomfort on the part of large institutional investors to have a person with a jail term in the US.” Former Shark Tank India’s Shark Ashneer Grover has said multiple times that Koladiya had sold his shares to him and other buyers. However, Koladiya told ET Prime that he had signed an agreement with Grover in 2018 to get his pledged shares of BharatPe. Currently, Ashneer Grover holds shares of Rs 1000 crore for Koladiya. 

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