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Highlights of India Today Hindi 2nd September 2020, issue: Cover Story: Atmhata Ya Hatya Sushant Singh Rajput: Ek Ubharte Sitare ki Rahasyamay Akal Maut How the demise of a rising star went from a tragedy to sensational tinseltown controversy—and now the subject of a Supreme Court-monitored CBI probe Special report: Rural Recovery A few economic indicators, such as tractor sales, rural unemployment NUMBERS and FMCG sales, suggest that India’s rural areas are seeing an economic uptick. Is a revival under way? Vidai: M.S.Dhoni Shant Sanyat Aur Jaheen Khiladi Even more than his gifts in front of the stumps and behind it, it was his prescient reading of the game that set MSD apart Upfront: Madhya Pradesh Ram Bai Ka dabdaba She is from the badlands of Bundelkhand in Madhya Pradesh. Her family allegedly controls not only lucrative businesses but also official transfers and postings in the state. Government privileges are a given for her irrespective of the party in power. Meet Patharia BSP MLA Ram Bai, whose unfettered clout in the previous Kamal Nath-led Congress government continues under the new BJP dispensation. Facebook: Satta Ke Saath Sajhedari A political slugfest has erupted between the BJP government and Opposition parties over an article in the Wall Street Journal that alleged that the social media giant was favouring the ruling party. According to the WSJ story, some Facebook employees had flagged certain posts in March by T. Raja Singh, BJP MP from Telangana, as dangerous violations of the company’s hate-speech rules. But Ankhi Das, the firm’s public policy director for India, south and central Asia, opposed applying the “hate speech rules to Singh” and “three other Hindu nationalist individuals.

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