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Highlights of India Today Hindi 15th July, 2020 issue:Cover Story: India-China-Vyapar Par Aar-Paar

Karobar Ka Hathiyar

Can India use an economic offensive against China to persuade its aggressive neighbour to restore status quo ante on the border?

Cover Story: Automobile: Atmnirbharta hai Door

India cannot end its reliance on China for automotive components overnight. An import ban would only choke supplies, raising costs for manufacturers and consumers. Needed: a long-term strategy to build domestic capacities.

Cover Story: Electronics: Jitni Chunautiyan Utne Hi Mauke

Can India turn the growing anti-China sentiment globally into an opportunity for homegrown electronics?

Cover Story: Pharmaceuticals : Kadvi Goli

India lost the competitive edge in manufacturing  APIs—the building blocks of medicine—to China over the past two decades. Regaining it will be a challenge

Cover Story: Textile: Haath Se Chhotata Tana Bana

India’s textile sector has a long way to go before it achieves economies of scale to challenge China’s dominance in world markets

 Upfront: Delhi Riots Case

Aazadi Par Aanch

June 23, Safoora Zargar, 27, a research scholar at Jamia Millia Islamia University, finally secured bail after 70-odd days of incarceration in Tihar Jail for her alleged role as ‘key conspirator’ in the Delhi riots conspiracy case being investigated by the Delhi Police Special Cell. Many others like scholars Asif Iqbal, Devangana Kalita, Natasha Narwal and Meeran Haider have also been arrested and remain in custody, facing similar allegations under UAPA. Allegations on police leveled for taking action on rioters selectively. Police is lenient on some accused.

Interview: Dr K. Sivan, ISRO chairman

Ham Bhtarat Ki Antriksh Kshamtaon ko Khol Rahe Hain

With the Union government announcing the setting up of IN-SPACe—an autonomous agency under the Department of Space to promote cooperation with the private sector—last week, India took a giant step towards opening its national space programme to private players. Until now, the Indian Space Research Organisaton (ISRO) has had a monopoly on all space-related activity, including building rockets and satellites and launching them into orbit. With India accounting for just 3 per cent of the $360 billion global space industry, IN-SPACe could be just what the country needs to galvanise its efforts moving forward. Interview with Dr K. Sivan, ISRO chairman.

Interview: Akhilesh Yadav, Samajwadi Party  President

CM ke Suraksha Guard Kahte hain ki Agli Sarkar SP ki

SP leader, Akhilesh Yadav busy to formulate strategy for 2022 Assembly elections to counter ruling BJP government. He has appointed 60 new district party chief and assigning ground level work to workers. Interview with Ex CM, Akhilesh Yadav.

 

Arthat: China Ke Hamdam

Chinese companies operating in other countries are habitual of offering and giving bribe to influential political forces. In India BJP and Congress both has cordial relations with Chinese corporate.

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