Highlights of India Today Hindi 22nd July, 2020
Cover Story: Covid-19 Vaccine
Bhartiya Tike Ki Talash
India joins the global race to produce a Covid-19 vaccine, but its candidates have to first clear the safety and efficacy test
Special Report: Crime
Mujrim-Rajneta-Police Gathjor Ka Naya Vikas
Our system which nurtures criminals like Vikas Dubey, is main culprit in killing of eight policeman in Kanpur’s Chaubepur police station’s village.
Thoko Niti Par Khade Hote Sawal
Encounter of criminal Vikas Dubey raises many questions of law and procedure as there is investigations are pending in more than 200 encounter cases.
Special Report: Boarder Infrastructure
Sarhad Par Sarpat Sadken
A burst of road and bridge-building sees India play catch-up with China’s border infrastructure. De-escalation will
not mean a reduction in the road works.
Special Report: Environment
Charon Oor Sandeh Ka Dhuan
A spate of online environmental clearances and proposed new assessment norms have environmental activists up in arms. How justified are their fears?
Special Report: Power
Taki Batti Gul Na Ho
The Centre is looking to reform the power sector, with better regulation and a new tariff policy. But if state governments do not fall in line, this could prove to be yet another paper-shuffling exercise
Upfront: Fuel Prices
Since June 7, oil marketing companies (OMCs) raised prices of petrol and diesel almost every day. In 22 days, the prices of petrol and diesel, in Delhi, rose by Rs 9.13 and Rs 11.10 a litre—an increase of 13 per cent and 16 per cent, respectively. diesel became more expensive than petrol (in Delhi), causing worries of higher logistics costs and the cascading effect on prices of essential goods.
LAC par Takrav Ne China Ki Manshaon Ko Laker Gambhir Sawal Khade Kar Diye Hain
Former US National Security Advisor JOHN BOLTON’s recent tell-all book, The Room Where It Happened, has hit the Trump administration hard. In an exclusive interview with Group Editorial Director RAJ CHENGAPPA, Bolton talks about the challenge from China, Trump’s foreign policy—and why India’s air strike in Balakot in 2019 finds only passing mention in his book.
Malabar Vidroh Vivad
After 12 years BJP pitches again Malabar Vidroh controversy to gain footsteps in south India through a film this time.
Arthat: Doosri Mahamari
Covid hit hard to Indian economy as it seems that level of poverty spreading.