1Cover story present sharp reaction of various sections of society in entire the nation after brutal attack on students and teachers in JNU. It also details muted role of JNU administration, Delhi police and central government. Prominent columnists like Saikat Majumdar, Kaushik Basu & Nirvikar Singh and Partha Ghose also writes on the it.
2 Editor Harvir Singh in his regular column opines on horrible incident of JNU. He also raises question on the motive of the attackers and muted role of JNU administration and Delhi Police.
3 S. K. Singh tells how disagreement and anger on CAA, NRC and NPR is turning into nationwide mass movement. The government failed to clear doubts of minorities and youth of India due to contradictory statements.
4 Ravo Bhoi and Mahendra Kumar tells about new political picture of tribal regions. Recent assembly elections shows how BJP is losing it’s base which is gain for opposition.
5 Prashant Shrivastava tells why government’s efforts could not give positive response to revive economy. The story also tries to look on government’s new steps and PMO intervention for address the critical challenge.
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