Highlights of India Today Hindi 6th May 2020, issue:
Agriculture; Umeedon Ki Fasan
The government is pulling out all the stops to ensure a bumper Rabi crop. At stake are the livelihoods of 200 million farmers and the urgent need to revive the economy
Mahamari Ki Maar
Swasthay Sewa: Aur bhi Marz hain Kovid -19 ke Siva
For those suffering from illnesses other than COVID, like cancer, diabetes or critical pregnancies, the lockdown has meant their treatment has fallen by the wayside
Gharelu Utpidan: Ghar Me Ghusa Virus
The lockdown has spelled doom for victims of domestic abuse. With no scope of relief, activists are worried about the toll it will take on women’s psyche.
Bachche: Theek Nahi Naunihalon ke haal
COVID-19 IS EXPECTED TO BE MOST DAMAGING FOR CHILDREN IN POOR COUNTRIES, UNDOING THE PROGRESS MADE IN THE PAST FEW YEARS ON CHILD MORTALITY.
Mansik Swasthya: Manorog Bhi Huye Viral
Given the recent spike in numbers, it is clear mental ill-health is now India’s second, quieter pandemic
Kovid-19-Elaaz- Kovid ke achuk Elaaz ki Talash
With WHO warning that the worst is yet to come and a vaccine at least a year away, India and the world must race against time to develop a definitive treatment for COVID-19
The Big Story: Dharavi-Bomb par baitha Mumbai
The island city’s most densely packed habitation is now a COVID-19 hotspot. Why Dharavi’s lack of social distancing is cause for serious concern
Big Story: Industry-Fir Shuru Karne Ki Mushkil
The government plan to stagger the reopening of businesses was well-intentioned, but complicated guidelines, supply chain disruptions and poor demand have played spoilsport
Khas Rapat: Infra Projects
Korona ne Dheema Kiya Vikas Ka pahiya
Large infrastructure projects stopped due to Covid-19 spread. Government desperately trying to find ways to restart these projects.
Upfront: West Bengal Lockdown
Sankat Me bhi Dabdabe ki Hor
Once again tussle between West Bengal’s Trinmul Congress and Government of India surfaced over Covid-19. Center sends team to evaluate the situation but WB govt. said that it was not informed properly.
Arthat: Ek Aag Ka Dariya Hai
Savings are wiping out and investors find no solution to deal the situation. Government stuck between lockdown and stalled economic activities it has no plan to support common man.