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Highlights of India Today Hindi 29th July 2020, issue: Cover Story; China Policy Kaise Nipten China Se After Galwan what India should change in its policy-views of expert panel. Big Story: Rajasthan Khel Abhi Baki Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot secures his party’s backing to cut challenger Sachin Pilot to size, but the threat to his government is far from over Special Report: Pahadon Par Jung Samadhan Ke sust Kadam Recent talks between Indian and China concluded with agreeing to to disengagement but there is no time frame for de-escalation on high altitude battle grounds on the Himalayas. Investigation: Trusts of Congress Saakh Par Sanshay The truth and the politics of Chinese money in the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation and other Gandhi family trusts Nation: Covid-19 Gujarat Surat Ko Lag Gayee Nazar A sudden spurt in Covid cases threatens to derail this diamond and textile hub’s attempt to get back to business Special Report: Vikas Dubey Case Kya Sachmuch Udhdengi Parten Government orders SIT and judicial probe of Vikas dubey case but this exercise really unearth the nexus between criminal, politician and police. Upfront: Covid 19 Se Jung Malegaon Ne Dikhaya Rasta Despite so many adversities like densely populated areas Malegaon administration did a commendable job of making city covid free by Maintaining physical distance, the standard-format safety protocol to avoid infection, is then practically impossible. The Malegaon Municipal Corporation (MMC) was also working with severe limitations—it still does not have a single ventilator.

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