Highlights of India Today Hindi 12th August 2020, issue:Cover Story: Cover Story: Life after Covid
Ubarne Ki Jaddojahad
The economic fallout of Covid-19 has left many in the 30-50 age group out of a job or with reduced income—but also a chance to reskill. How 2020 will reshape their approach to love, life and everything in between.
Covid Se Bhidant
Bihar started well to tackle the pandemic but due to inefficiency of Health Department now situation is worst and nearly out of control.
Special Report: Ayodhya
Ek Mandir Ki Mahagatha
The Ram temple in ayodhya is set to become a reality. but even as it settles a 30-year struggle, unsettling questions remain.
Special Report: Standoff at LAC
Shati China Ka Fauladi Hamla
XI JINPING’S GAME OF POLITICO-MILITARY COERCION IN THE HIMALAYAS IS CURRENTLY AT A STALEMATE. That INDIA HAS NO MEANS OF JUDGING China’s STRATEGIC INTENT IS WORRYING
Seemankan Par Machi Raar
Union government’s recent decision to start a delimitation exercise in four northeastern states—Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Manipur—and the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir has caused much consternation in the Opposition. Assembly elections are due in Assam next year and opposition parties see this as a pre-election manoeuvre. The constitutional validity of the move has also been questioned.
Covid policy: Kitne Kaam Ka Kavach
Covid-19 health insurance policies are how much important for you.
Delhi Riots: Jaanch Me Farjiwada
Investigations into the riots in Delhi in late February this year took a significant turn this week, with both the state government and a fact-finding report by the Delhi Minorities Commission accusing the Delhi Police of “bias” in its investigations and “complicity” in the violence. The report, by a nine-member panel is the first by a government-authorised agency on the riots.
Arthat: Dekhat Jag Baurana
A mix of optimism bias, pluralistic ignorance led to loss of life and money for many due to covid-19. A mass hysteria of not knowing the reality prevailed in larger section of world population.