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Highlights of India Today Hindi 10th March 2021, issue: Cover Story Kaun Hai Rajdrohi? Ordinary citizens face the peril of draconian laws increasingly invoked by the state to stifle dissent. Upfront: Bangal Ki Jung Mandiron Ki Daud Temple- and ashram-hopping are, of course, de rigueur for BJP leaders anywhere, but the fervor and commitment are hitting new levels in the Bengal poll campaign. And it’s not just Ram and Hanuman temples of Kali and Durga are also now must-stops on the itinerary, especially for visiting BJP and Sangh VVIPs. Upfront: Pudduchery Gaflat Mein Gayi Sarkar Congress government fall after some MLS’s left. This development led DMK to announce its CM candidate in Pudduchery in coming state assembly elections. Upfront: Madhya Pradesh Khadbadati Khadane In January Madhya Pradesh government notified an amendment to the Madhya Pradesh minor mineral rules, 1996. The amendment tweaks the procedure for issuing permits to quarry ‘minor minerals’ like dolomite. Used in the state’s steel and other industries. On January 30, Harshika Singh, the district magistrate of Mandla district, wrote to the sub divisional magistrates, the CEOs of district Panchayats and the divisional forest officers of the district to solicit opinions—and objections—of the local Gram Sabhas on a proposal to permit dolomite quarrying in certain areas near the Kanha and Bndhavgarh tiger reserves. The move has sparked fierce protests from locals and environmentalists—on not just the ecological impact of mining but also the consequences of quarrying leases on the Nistar rights of local tribal communities.

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