1- Cover story explains multi dimensional impact of Coronavirus which broke through across the world and became most deadly non military threat for the world. The story decodes the implications for India also. Dr. Randeep Guleria, Dr. Naresh Trehan and Kaushik Basu opine in their column about the health, social and economic challenges in the country.
2- Editor Harvir Singh in his regular column cautions about the need for extra ordinary measures to fight with the epidemic of Coronavirus. He warns about unimaginable consequences if India fails to prevent it’s transmission.
3- Ravi Bhoi from Bhopal reports on current political crisis and prevailing suspense on Kamal Nath led Government in Madhya Pradesh after resignation of about two dozen rebel MLAs with Congress’s senior leader Mr. Jyotiraditya Scindia.
4- S. K. Singh tries to find out the reason behind Yes Bank’s crisis which raised a serious question on banking sector’s credibility and safety of depositors’ hear earned money.
5- K. K. Kulshrestha reports on new trend of division between communities on communal line in Delhi after riots. Riot victims are trying to bring normalcy in their lives but looking for safer area within their own community.
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