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Highlights of India Today Hindi 14th April 2021, issue: Cover Story: BJP BJP Ki Shakti Uski Ekjutata Me Hai The current assembly elections will be a turning point for the party. If it wins in Bengal, nothing will stop its return in 2024. But if it loses, it could trigger a domino effect and jeopardize its reforms agenda. Upfront: Myanmar Refugee Dotarfa Maar Me fanse Hundreds of Myanmar refugees, most of them are police personals and their families flee to bordering state Manipur caught in crossfire. Manipur government giving shelter to them but Center government is against to provide shelter. Upfront: Bihar Arambh Se Hi Apshakun Some of inexperienced BJP leaders who are part of government, creating unpleasant situation for the party by making inappropriate statements. Party needs to check them. Upfront: Assam Bhupesh Ke Kandhon Par Bhaar Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh took massive campaign for congress party in this eastern state to ensure win. Party banking his organizational power. Arthat: Laut Ke Phir Na Aaye Salaried class faced ultimate blow of Covid and lockdown but nine months after opening up their jobs were never returned. Approximately 2 crore salaried class jobs were lost to Covid lockdown. These employees were paying tax to government also. Special Report: Mumbai ‘T‘Company Thane emerges as a crucial link in Bomb gate. The suspected cops in the case had all been posted in the satellite city to Mumbai’s north. The murderer and his victim lived there too Assam Ki Jung Bantange Bodo Vote The BPF has a strong presence in Assam’s Bodoland Territorial Region, but it might face its toughest competition yet in ally-turned-rival BJP.

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