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Highlights of India Today Hindi 14th October 2020, issue: Cover Story: Whatsapp Nijta Par Khatra Everything you need to know about how the phone messaging servicE can be tapped, cloned or hacked and what you can do to protect yourself. Upfront: Laddakh Varta Ke Beech Dikhayee Aankh As the tense military standoff between India and China in Ladakh entered its sixth month, the situation on the ground showed no signs of de-escalation. Both sides issued a rare joint statement after the September 21 Corps Commander-level talks, where they agreed to ‘strengthen communication on the ground, avoid misunderstandings and misjudgements, stop sending more troops to the LAC, refrain from unilaterally changing the situation on the ground. Upfront: GST Rajyon Ka Haq Mara Central government back off from its constitutional duty to pay GST Compensation to states. It says states can for borrowing more. Upfront: Teachers Recruitment Jal Utha Rajasthan In Dungarpur district tribals protest turned violent and spreading neighboring districts. They demanding teachers posts of general category to be allowed to filled by tribal candidates. Arthat: Rahat Aisi Hoti Hai! In other countries what type help government provided to the victims of job loss or salary cuts after Covid pandemic was direct. But, in India government provided no direct financial help to those who lost their jobs or salary. Special Report: Uttar Pradesh Asurakshit Betiyan With the recent rape and murder case in Hathras there is spike in crime against women in every part of the state. There is serious questions on Yogi Adityhanath led BJP government’s ability to handle law and order situation. Assembly Elections: Bihar Tejaswi Ki Apni Duvidha The RJD scion is trying to set a new political narrative for his party and the state, but the JD(U)-BJP alliance will not let him live down memories of Lalu raj.

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