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Highlights of India Today Hindi 29th April, 2020 issue: Cover Sotry: Nikalne Ki Rah Kaise Ho Vapsi Ki Ranniti Kargar The key is to strengthen India’s health capacities to battle a possible second wave of infection, apart from providing substantial relief to the needy and a stimulus package to revive the flailing Indian economy. Cover Sotry:Mahamari Ki Janch Me Khamiyan India’s testing strategy leaves much to be desired, even as it struggles to procure test kits and assess the progress of the disease to formulate an appropriate response. Cover Sotry: Hotspot, Korona Ki Niyantran Rekha Hotspots and containment zones within them are the thrust areas as the government looks to maximise gains from the extended lockdown . Cover Sotry: Kerala Model The southern state’s pandemic fighting skills and fabled healthcare system have helped it beat back COVID-19. What others can learn from its example. Cover Story: Uttar Pradesh-Baghwani Bina Khile Murjha Gayeen Ummeeden Due to lockdown most affected farmers are who growing flowers and mango. Plight of these farmers turning worst now. Cover Sotry: Moksha Dwar par Sannata Crematoriums which are symbol of salvation according to Hindu rituals forced to change some of customs during corona times. Varanasi’s Manikarnika Ghat to Puri’s crematoriums are almost empty. Dead bodies not carried to these places because of lockdown. Arthat Asambhav Ke Viruddh Drugs companies rushing to develop cure of Covid-19. It is only hope to defeat corona. Upfront: Aarogya Setu Is App Ke Lambe Haath In his April 14 address that announced the extension of the coronavirus lockdown till May 3, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to Indians to follow a seven-pronged strategy to combat the pandemic. One of the measures was to download the Aarogya Setu contact-tracing app. The app, conceived by NITI Aayog, has been developed in two weeks by the National Informatics Centre in collaboration with the developers of makemytrip.com and 1mg.com.

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