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Highlights of India Today Hindi 25th November 2020, issue: Cover Story: Modi Nirbhar It’s not the jubilant return six-time CM Nitish Kumar might have hoped for. Big brother BJP is likely to be the real power behind the throne. Upfront: Covid Vaccine Kya Hamen Mil Payegi? November 10, even as the world enthused over the possible introduction of a Covid vaccine courtesy US drug major Pfizer and BioNTech, whose mRNA-based vaccine had logged 90 per cent efficacy in Phase 3 trials, many smaller players in India’s challenged health ecosystem wondered if they could ever be a part of the rollout of this vaccine in India. Why? Because most small hospitals—and some larger public hospitals too—usually have cold chain facilities for vaccine storage capable of maintaining temperatures of 2-8 degrees Celsius. The Pfizer vaccine however, needs minus 70 degrees or below to last up to six months. Upfront: Jammu Kashmir Kashmir Me Jameen Ka naya Jhamela People’s Alliance for Gupkar, a coming together of seven mainstream political parties in Jammu and Kashmir, announced that they would jointly contest the District Development Council (DDC) elections, scheduled from November 28. It’s an unprecedented decision by political parties often bitterly opposed to each other, now making common cause in an attempt to resist the Centre’s plan to script a political future for J&K that will further undermine their role in it. Special report: West Bengal 2021 Hindu Voton Ke Liye Daon Pench They comprise 70 per cent of the population of the state, and are being propitiated by both the BJP and Mamata Banerjee’s TMC. But will the Bengali Hindus vote en bloc?

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