India Today - Hindi
India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 20th January 2021, issue:    

Cover Story: Naya Daur, Nayi Rahen 2021

Expecting a change of fortune at the New Year may be unrealistic, but with Covid vaccines at hand, the world may well be on the threshold of recovery and renewal. Top experts examine the big trends facing 2021 in politics, the economy, health, security, environment, entertainment and the new global order

Upfront: Covid Vaccine

Kaise Bachayi Jaye Jaan

Trial run of Vaccination drive begins but Misinformation and social media skepticism need to be dealt with for the vaccine to reach enough people. With more than 10 million coro - navirus infections, India has the second-highest number of reported cases after the US. As the country gets its logistics in place for one of the world’s largest vaccination drives, what remains is to build public faith and understanding of both the vaccine candidates.

Upfront: Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi

Shuru Huyi Congress Ki Nakhrebaji

Congress took an unusually aggressive stand in Maharashtra, sending a clear warning to alliance partner Shiv  Sena that the onus of the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government’s survival did not lie with the party alone. Two of its prominent leaders asked the Sena not to meddle in its internal affairs. State Congress president Balasaheb Thorat denounced the Sena’s proposal to rename Aurangabad Sambhaji Nagar, saying it would not be dragged into another party’s politics.

Upfront: Uttar Pradesh

Shamshan Me Bhi Bhrashtar

Corruption Killed 24 people in a crematorium near Ghaziabad’s Muradabad where these persons went for last rites of a person and linter falls upon them. It is said that contractor bribed officers for the work and used under material for construction.

Upfront: Uttarakhand

Haridwar prepares for MahaKumbh 2021 but this time scale and duration will be less due to Covid spread.

Arthat: Ek Aur Awsar

You can get vaccine; it depends on welfare state and success of government machinery.

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