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App Launched to Book Wedding Venue in Lutyen’s Delhi

The release said that the a reason for developing the app was reducing the decision-making layers and simplifying the procedure

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Things you can keep a check on to avoid last-minute glitches on one of the most special days of your life. Pixabay

Holding events at 5, Ashoka Road, which is a popular venue for weddings in Lutyen’s Delhi, has become easier with the Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry on Monday launching a mobile app for its booking.

The mobile app – Mashoka5 – was launched by Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri.

He said it a step towards fulfilling the commitment of the government for speedy services to the citizens in a transparent and efficient manner.

Puri said that the App will enable an applicant to complete the entire booking process from anywhere and at any time, by using a mobile phone.

Getting hitched? Avoid last-minute disasters. Pixabay

The procedure of booking has been made simpler with the provision of online payment and online cancellation.

An official release said the app will not only enable bookings but a PDF of application form, confirmation letter, allotment letter and authority slip can be generated and downloaded. It will do away with the need of physical presence of the applicant.

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The release said that the a reason for developing the app was reducing the decision-making layers and simplifying the procedure. (IANS)

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Airtel, FLO Launch Mobile App For Women’s Safety

The free-to-download app is available on Google Play store (Android) and will be available on App Store (iOS) soon

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Bharti Airtel in collaboration with FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) on Sunday launched a mobile app, My Circle, to help women in case they face any problem or a panic situation.

The application is carrier agnostic which would work on phones with any telecom service network, both Airtel and non-Airtel, Bharti Airtel said in a statement.

“My Circle app enables women to send SOS alerts to any five of their family or friends in 13 languages including English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Punjabi, Bangla, Urdu, Assamese, Oriya, and Gujarati,” it said.

A woman in distress can send an SOS alert by pressing the SOS prompt on the app. It can also be activated by voice command through Siri on iOS, said the statement, adding that the voice activation through Google Assistant will soon be available on Android devices also.

Airtel and Huawei successfully tested the 5g network in India. Wikimedia Commons
Airtel launches women’s safety app with FLO. Wikimedia Commons

The app would instantly send the SOS alert along with the user’s location over SMS to the five contacts selected by the user and advise them to immediately reach out or respond to the emergency situation.

“The app operates by estimating the accurate location of the user which their family or friends can track real time on a link that is sent as part of the alert SMS,” it said.

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The free-to-download app is available on Google Play store (Android) and will be available on App Store (iOS) soon. (IANS)