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Oct 07, 2018
9:32PM

Uttar Pradesh: IISF 2018 Lucknow attracting huge gathering every day

@drharshvardhan In Uttar Pradesh, fourth Indian International Science Festival, IISF 2018 Lucknow is attracting a huge gathering every day. Today is the third day of the four-day fest. 

The Science fest was inaugurated by President Ramnath Kovind yesterday. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari is slated to attend the valedictory session tomorrow. 

The stalls of various departments  DRDO, ISRO, ICAR, ICSR, Nuclear science, Biotechnology, Medical Health, Railways including others are center of attraction of people. 

Our correspondent reports that main function is taking place at Indira Gandhi Pratisthan but events are also being held at several other venues in the capital city. 

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