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Akhilesh Yadav launches call centre for journalists in UP

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Uttar Pradesh: Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav will inaugurate UP’s first helpline call centre for journalists across the state, an official said.

The helpline 1880 hosted by the state information and public relations department comes with a call centre for convenience and help of media persons, said director (information) Ashutosh Niranjan.

A computerised ‘letter and file tracking system’ will also be launched by Akhilesh Yadav.

With massive red-tape and a slow bureaucracy, the tracking system of files, an official said, was aimed at time-bound disposal of the important files.

The information department has also digitised over 40,000 rare and important photographs and negatives of snaps which have historic value.

A special supplement on eminent litterateur Amrit Lal Nagar will also be launched by the chief minister. In recent times there have been many cases where journalist were targetted because of their work and the political reasons. (IANS)

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Rajasthan’s CM Enjoys Drive on Virtual Track at Digital Museum

In the 'Programme Bay' area, he was accorded a warm welcome by a 'dancing robot'

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The Chief Minister was visibly impressed with the VR (virtual reality) technology and tried his hands on virtual games including football and cricket. Pixabay

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Saturday enjoyed a drive on the virtual track at a digital museum during a visit to the Bhamashah Technohub and State Data Centre here on Saturday.

The Chief Minister was visibly impressed with the VR (virtual reality) technology and tried his hands on virtual games including football and cricket.

In the ‘Programme Bay’ area, he was accorded a warm welcome by a ‘dancing robot’.

Gehlot also clicked selfies with the children and enjoyed ‘samosas’ with them.

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Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Saturday enjoyed a drive on the virtual track at a digital museum during a visit to the Bhamashah Technohub and State Data Centre here on Saturday. Pixabay

In the technohub, he monitored the progress of start-ups working in the domain of artificial intelligence, robotic technology, 3D printer technology and XRVR technologies.

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He also collected detailed information on video conferring through e-plus machine, 3D printer and spider robot on the occasion. (IANS)

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