On December 11, PM Modi will officially open Phase 1 of the Nagpur-Mumbai Expressway.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Maharashtra and Goa on December 11 . The Delhi Mumbai Expressway will be part of the Delhi Mumbai Expressway .

According to an official press release, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Maharashtra and Goa on December 11 as part of the Delhi Mumbai Expressway, which will connect to the Delhi Mumbai Expressway, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, and prominent urban areas like Amravati, Aurangabad, and Nashik.The highway will also link to the Delhi Mumbai Super Communication Expressway, which will serve as a gateway to Maharashtra's major transit hubs.The Sam The Nagpur Metro Phase-II will be redeveloped at a cost of more than Rs 8650 crore, and will also house the Prime Minister's Vande Bharat Express, which will run between Nagpur and Bilaspur, which will also be constructed.The Prime Minister will dedicate the Government Maintenance Depot, Ajni (Nagpur), and the Kohli-Narkher Section of the Nagpur-Itarsi Third line project to the Country, at a cost of Rs 110 crore and Rs 450 crore respectively.The One Health approach emphasizes that the wellbeing of humans is correlated with that of animals and the environment.

The initiative, which is being implemented under the National River Conservation Program (NRCP), will cost more than Rs 1925 crore.Sickle Cell Disease is a widespread disease in the Vidarbha region, particularly among the tribal population.The disorder, along with other haemoglobinopathies like thalassemia and HbE, has a significant health burden in the region.In February 2019, Prime Minister Chandrapur laid the foundation stone for the Centre for Study, Management and Control of Haemoglobinopathies, Chandrapur, in the country.

It is expected to serve as a Centre of Excellence for innovative research, technology advancement, and human resource development in the field of haemoglobinopathies.The institute is dedicated to supplying world-class infrastructure and transport services throughout the region.The Prime Minister has been making an ongoing effort to provide world-class facilities and transportation facilities to the region.Prime Minister Goa will take yet another step toward opening the Mopa International Airport.

It has developed some of the most advanced technologies such as 3-D Monolithic Precast buildings, StabilRoad, Robomatic Hollow precast walls, and a 5G-compatible IT infrastructure.The airport's initial phase I plan will include a runway capable of handling the world's largest aircraft, 14 parking bays, a night parking garage, self-baggage drop services, and a fully independent air navigation network.The airport will stimulate the state's socioeconomic growth and serve the needs of the tourism industry.It has the ability to be a major logistics hub, connecting many domestic and international destinations.

Despite being a world-class airport, it will also offer visitors a taste and feel of Goa.The airport has mainly used Azulejos tiles, which are native to Goa, to decorate the airport.The food court recreates the authentic Goan cafe atmosphere, as shown by the restaurant.It will also have a designated area for a curated flea market, in which local artisans and craftsmen will be able to display and sell their products.

The three institutes-All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA), Goa, National Institute of Unani Medicine (NIUM), Ghaziabad, and the National Institute of Homoeopathy (NIH), Delhi-will continue to foster academic and international collaborations and will also provide affordable Ayush services to people.They will all be produced at a cost of about Rs 970 crores and will add around 400 new students to the Arogya Expo, as well as 500 new hospital beds.More than 400 international delegates representing over 50 countries, international students, and various other people involved in Ayurveda will be present at the 9th edition of the World Ayurveda Congress (WAC) and Arogya Expo.The ninth edition of WAC is devoted to Ayurveda for One Health.

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