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Highlights of India Today Hindi Issue dated 16th Dec 2020
Cover story: Budget 2021 Kaise Mite Mandi Budget 2021 carries major expectations—the government needs to rescue the economy from a morass of falling growth, demand and investment.
Upfront: Defence Dhai Morche Par Mukable Me Sena An active ‘two and a half front war’—army speak for all its external and internal security challenges—is now a reality. The two fronts being China and Pakistan and the half front being counter insurgency. Over 100,000 soldiers of the world’s two largest armies are currently facing off along the Indo-China border, the longest disputed boundary, most of which is at altitudes of over 8,000 ft.
Upfront: Bihar Gathbandhan Ki Dheeli Padti Ganthen JD(U) got new president and he cleared his intentions. Ally BJP has continuously playing its politics. This could lead to a rift between two parties. Arthat:Bhavishya Ki Mudra Currencies not changing hand but now changing itself. New currency is digital version of sovereign currencies. China introduces digital Yuan and other central banks are also in process to bring digital currency. This begins with bit coin boom.
The Nation: Farmer protest Kanoon Aur Avyavastha The courts step in to end the impasse between farmers and the government, but the farmers want nothing less than a repeal of the farm laws.
Special Report: Covid Vaccine Ummidon Ka Tika Officials exude confidence ahead of India’s mammoth Covid vaccination programme, but challenges remain on the ground Bengal Ki Ladai Didi Ka Muslim Plan The rise of new political contenders threatens Mamata Banerjee’s once assured vote bank. How does the West Bengal chief minister propose to retain it?
Special Report: Gst Voilation Munafakhori Ka Makadjaal The NAA found companies engaging in profiteering by not transferring benefits of GST reduction to the consumer. It made the companies pay the money. Companies have moved the High Court against the NAA order. An investigation into the maze of profiteering
Special Report: Commercial Market Haule Haule Badhta Hausla After covid wave commercial property market was almost disrupted but now things are changing and there is some hope emerging in sectors like pharmacy storage and warehousing.