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Highlights of India Today Hindi 11th November 2020, issue: Cover Story: Krishi Kranti HOW TO MAKE THE SPATE OF FARM REFORMS BY THE MODI GOVERNMENT WORK Upfront: Covid Vaccine Vaccine for covid is not out of lab, it is in process of development but politicians made it a political lollypop. BJP leader and Finance minister announced in poll bound Bihar that they will distribute it free . Not only BJP, from AIADMK to TRS also made same promises. Upfront: Inflation Tyoharon me manhgai bomb Inflation ruined festive seasons for public as well as traders. With vegetable prices soaring inflation is on a high trajectory. Market facing demand problem and buyer has cash problem. Upfront: Air Pollution Sabko Nanga Karti Ek Chadar Onset of winter marks several familiar events. For Indians across the country, this is the beginning of the festival season. And for those in the NCR (national capital region), it has come to mark the beginning of yet another round of lamentation over air pollution, with many arguments over the relative contributions of transport, power plants, industries and stubble burning in neighbouring states in turning Delhi into a gas chamber. Upfront: Economy Akhir Dikhi Umeed Festival season, starting with Dussehra and continuing till the New Year, is usually boom time for retailers and manufacturers alike.There is reason to be hopeful. Many industry professionals that india today spoke to say consumer demand has returned—to varying degrees in different sectors—in September and October, and that this holds out hope for the rest of the festive season. This is not to discount the fact that the Indian economy is in dire straits—most estimates project growth falling nearly 10 per cent this fiscal year. However, a good performance in the festive season could soften the blow and aid a faster recovery.

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