Surat (Gujarat), Aug 20: A sweet shop in Gujarat’s Surat is selling sweets worth rupees 9000 per kilogram before the upcoming festival of Raksha Bandhan. These sweets are covered with gold leaf and are in huge demand these days.
Generally the sweets have silver work, which are sold starting from 300/- to 350/- per kg in the market. But this time, before Raksha Bandhan, a sweet shop in Surat is selling sweets with gold work on them. Shop named 24 Carats Mithai Magic, came up with this idea of gold work on sweets and they are getting very good response from the customers.
These sweets known as ‘Gold Sweets’ are the centre of attraction for all the customers who enter the shop. Sisters are ordering these “Gold Sweets” for their brothers for Rakshabandhan. As per the shop owner, the gold work on sweets is good for health which is the reason why people are buying the same.
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New Delhi: The suspension of scheduled international passenger flights has been extended till November 30 amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation said on Wednesday.
"However, the international scheduled flights may be allowed on selected routes by the competent authority on a case-to-case basis," the Indian aviation regulator said in a circular.
The scheduled international passenger services have been suspended in India since March 23 due to the coronavirus pandemic. But special international flights have been operating under the Vande Bharat Mission since May and under the bilateral 'air bubble' arrangements with selected countries since July.
India has formed air bubble pacts with around 18 countries, including the US, the UK, the UAE, Kenya, Bhutan, and France. Under an air bubble pact between two countries, special international flights can be operated by their airlines between their territories.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) circular also mentioned that the suspension does not affect the operation of international all-cargo operations and flights specifically approved by it.
The scheduled domestic passenger flights resumed in India on May 25 after a gap of two months amid the pandemic situation.