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Highlights of India Today Hindi 28th April 2021, issue: Cover Story: Vaccination Tike Ka Aapatkaal India’s optimistic vaccine strategy seems to have been exposed by a deadly second wave of Covid. What went wrong and how to get it back on track Upfront: Direct Benefit Transfer Kisanon Ke Fayde Ka Sauda Faced with pressure from the Centre, Punjab is moving towards direct benefit transfer (DBT) to farmers for grain procured for the national granary this season. Fifteen other states that procure grain and other agricultural produce for central agencies, too, have started paying farmers directly or have agreed in principle to do so. This replaces the age-old system of paying farmers through ‘arthiyas’ or procurement agents. Upfront: Rajasthan By-election Abhi Nahi Tala Sankat For Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot, the three by polls on April 17—in Rajsamand, Sahara and Sujangarh—may be a challenge comparable in scale and complexity to the BJP-backed rebellion in July 2020 by party counterweight Sachin Pilot. Not counting the six who defected from the BSP, the Congress, with 98 MLAs, is two short of the halfway mark in the state assembly Bengal Ki Jung Kis Panth Vampanth It is direct election battle between Mamata’s TMC and BJP but left and congress are considered as deceive force for government formation in West Bengal. Upfront: Human Animal Conflict Shivpuri Me Sirdard Bane Suar ith municipal elections soon to be held in Madhya Pradesh’s Shivpuri, a long-simmering problem faced by the city authorities—how to address the safety risks posed by stray pigs—may acquire a political dimension. Following a petition by an animal rights activist, on March 19 this year, the division bench of the Gwalior High Court ordered the Shivpuri Municipal Council (SMC) to abandon its current method of controlling the stray pig population—hiring sharpshooters for culls—and find a new solution.

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