Auto With a View! Bhubaneshwar Rickshaw Driver Converts Vehicle Into a Garden With Plants, Fish, Birds and Rabbits Inside (Check Pics)

The lockdown situation has made it difficult to visit parks, gardens or zoos. Although things are gradually opening up, social distancing norms and the fear of getting coronavirus is always onto one’s mind. An auto driver in Bhubaneshwar decided to transform his vehicle into a garden because he was missing his home too much. And by garden, we don’t mean just the plants, there is a fish bowl, caged birds and rabbits inside along with. Pictures of his mini-garden auto have been shared online. Mumbai’s First ‘Home System’ Autorickshaw Has Wash Basin, Mobile Phone Charging Point and Purified Drinking Water for Passengers; See Pics.

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 Sujit Digal, an auto driver in Bhubaneswar hails from a village in Kandhamal and because of the lockdown he hasn’t been able to go back home so often. As

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Will the (auto, boat, home and garden) show go on? I-X Center closure, coronavirus pandemic cause turmoil for consumer events planners

CLEVELAND, Ohio — More cars are sold in March in northern Ohio than any other month, according to Lou Vitantonio, president of the Greater Cleveland Automobile Dealers Association.



Boats on display at the Progressive Cleveland Boat Show in January 2020. Will the event return in 2021? Organizers hope so.


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Boats on display at the Progressive Cleveland Boat Show in January 2020. Will the event return in 2021? Organizers hope so.

Why? Because the weeklong Cleveland Auto Show always ends in early March, kicking off a flurry of car buying.

Whether that happens in 2021 is anyone’s guess.

Organizers for the auto show, the Great Big Home and Garden Show, the Cleveland Boat Show and other popular consumer events were thrown for a loop on Wednesday, when the company that operates the International Exposition Center in Cleveland announced that it was closing the facility.

The news comes on top of what is already a very challenging time for the events industry, as the state continues

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