1 Cover story of Prashant Shrivastava reports on the biggest issue of depression which came into limelight after suicide of actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Many suicidal incidents of entertainment industry highlights issue of urban lifestyle in which youths of many areas are facing huge depression due to professional worries. P. K. Dalal, Akanksha Pare Kashiv, Giridhar Jha and Harish Manav also writes on the issue.
2 Editor Harvir Singh in his column discusses Modi government’s challenges of Covid-19, Chinese aggression and economic miseries. The country’s political scenario will have clear foot print of the challenges in near future.
3 Bhavna Vij-Aurora presents in depth story about India’s diplomatic, political and army position after violent face-off with china in eastern Laddakh. Seema Guha, Pravin Sawhney, Saibal Dasgupta, Lola Nayar, Jyotika Sood, Soumitra Bose also writes on various aspects of the issue.
4 Harimohan Mishra reports on Covid-19 epidemic in the country specifically in Mumbai and Delhi. These metros became hotspot and big challenge for the government.
5 Ravo Bhoi from Raipur reports incidents of elephant’s deaths. Regular confrontation of human and elephants is causing tragic deaths of largest land animal on the earth.
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