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Highlights of India Today Hindi 23rd September 2020, issue: Cover story: covid-19 Gaon gaon mahamari In its villages, where cases are on a sharp upswing, india’s battle against the pandemic is on a wing and a prayer, given the desperately inadequate public health infrastructure in the hinterland Special report: india china face off Barfili sarhad par garmagarmi An indian army counter-move surprises the chinese army in eastern ladakh but the tense situation brings both sides closer than ever to a military clash. In chushul lies the key to either resolving the border deadlock or expanding the theatre of conflict Special report: railways Rasta badalti bhartiya rail A cash-strapped railways restructures its board and eyes private capital to revive its fortunes. Its turnaround, though, will require fast-paced and continuing reforms State: west bengal Trinmul ke yuvraj Mamata’s nephew abhishek banerjee has tightened his grip on the party, and is effectively the strategic hq of the trinamool congress for the big election battle of 2021 Up police: badal na paya police ka chehra Despite of many effort from administrative changes uttar pradesh police officials not get away from corruption. It is a big headache for government. Special report: bihar Chirag ka naya raag In context of bihar elections ljp leader chirag paswan seems to changing guard, what it means for bjp and jdu. Is he going away from nda or simply creating bargaining power.

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