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Highlights of India Today Hindi 24th February 2021, issue: Cover Story: Uttarakhand Tragedy Kahin Der Na Ho Jaye A devastating flash flood in the Himalayan state highlights the urgent need to protect the region’s fragile environment and review unbridled development activity. Upfront: West Bengal Poll Trikoniya Ladai A ‘secular’ alliance is in the works in the run-up to the West Bengal assembly election, with the Congress-Left combine warming to influential Muslim cleric Abbas Siddiqui and his Indian Secular Front (ISF), launched on January 21. Upfront: Bihar Samikarn Ki Fikra Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar expended his cabinet and sends a clear message that all is well between alliance partners in the state. Upfront: BMC Election 2022 Mission Mumbai Shiv Sena Government of Maharashtra eying on BMC election to be held next year. Many projects started and work on progress. But Shiv Sena will face stiff challenge from BJP which may shake hands with MNS to attract Marathi voters. Upfront: Farmer’s Protest Adig Dagar Farmers protest is continue and government is also firm its stand. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in parliament that doors for talks are open. Government feels that protesters will come for talks. Upfront: Diamond Mining Panna Me Heere Ka Pench Permission for diamond mining in Panna district of Madhya Pradesh ended in December 2020 but government signals that mining will resume. This is battle between miners and environment activists. Arthat: Gumrah Ki Talash There is co relation between digital currency, privatization of Government companies and true pricing of crops is that Government wants to postpone its decision on these three. But, it was forced to do something in these three areas.

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