Highlights of India Today Hindi 3rd June 2020, issue:
Cover Story: Shiksha
Mahamari Ke Daur Me Online Kranti
COVID-19 may have fast-tracked India’s transition to online learning, but for it to be a real success, we’ll need to bridge a yawning digital divide besides creating a more robust infrastructure, new learning modules and more
Special Report: Reforms
Along with the financial stimulus package, the Modi government announced a slew of reforms across major sectors. The INDIA TODAY team assesses what could work and what might fall short.
Special Report: Vittiya Protsahan Package
Kitne Kaam ki Sarkari Ghoshanayen
Is the government’s stimulus package the antidote the Indian economy needed to recover from its pandemic seizure? The Board of India Today Experts (BITE) weighs in
Special Report: Corona Ke Khilaf Yogi Ki Jung
Yogi Adityanath’s Uttar Pradesh has so far managed to stay ahead in the battle against covid. But the administration is being stretched and the sea of returning migrants promises to be a severe challenge.
Shahar Par Covid Ka Kahar
Overcrowding and lack of facilities in Mumbai’s hospitals have resulted in an overwhelmed health system in the city
Urban Affairs: New Delhi
Modikrit Lutyens Delhi
Key watchdog committees issue hasty clearances to the controversial plans for a brand new Parliament building, sparking fears that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is using the protracted lockdown as cover to push through his grand plan to redevelop New Delhi’s Central Vista
Upfront: Pravasi Mazdoor
Rajniti Ki Rail
Why it took railways so much time to run trains for migrants when states gave their consent well before. Is it a politics between railway and states.
Arthat: Fir Chuk Gaye
Government announced stimulus package lacks demand aspect. It is focused on support to industry and liquidity by much more means. Government done nothing to incentivize common people whose purchasing power is main driver of demand.