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Highlights of India Today Hindi 13th October 2021, issue: Cover Story: Covid 19

Khatm Ho Gayee Mahamari?

WITH CASES dipping SIGNIFICANTLY, THERE IS hope. But experts CAUTION AGAINST complacency AND premature celebration.

Upfront: Punjab

Kya Congress Fans Gayee Hai?

With changed Chief minister in Punjab congress not achieved desired result as  Navjot Sidhu resigned from state president’s  post. Sidhu was upset with new chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi for taking an independent line on crucial appointments, among them the inclusion of controversial legislator and liquor baron Rana Gurjit Singh in the state cabinet; appointing A.P.S. Deol as state attorney general and Iqbal Preet Singh Sahota as DGP; and handing the home portfolio to Sidhu’s noire Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa.

Upfront: Uttarakhand

Dhruvikaran Ka Daon

State BJP’s demand for declaring Kedarghati as special zone seen as polarization effort against so called land zihad. Party leaders claiming that it will disturb social balance of pilgrim areas of the state.

Upfront: Uttar Pradesh

Mantrimandal Vistar Se Sadhe Samikaran

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath inducted 7 ministers in his cabinet. In this expansion 1 cabinet and 6 State Ministers took oath. These ministers were appointed to make balance of cast politics before the elections.

Upfront: Bihar

Congress Ki Nazar Yuvaon Par

Congress seemed to be imploding in Punjab, but grand old party was putting another plan in motion else-where. On the afternoon of September 28, it welcomed two young, promising leaders in its midst in the presence of Rahul Gandhi—the 34-year-old political activist Kanhaiya Kumar and the 38-year-old Gujarat Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani. The latter, though, has not joined the Congress formally.


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