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Cover Story: Covid 2.0 Naya Khauf, Ukhadti Sansen As the coronavirus returns in a more infectious variant, a beleaguered nation struggles to cope with the challenges and keep up its fight Ground Zero States Dahashat aur Naumeedi Health services across states are on the verge of a breakdown. Patients are struggling to get hospital beds, Covid test reports are delayed by days and there is an acute scarcity of oxygen and vital drugs Upfront: India-China Sarhad par fir tanatani More than two months after hundreds of Indian and Chinese soldiers, tanks and vehicles pulled back from the northern and southern banks of the Pangong Tso and the Kailash Range, an attenuated standoff looks set to continue through the summer. Indian and Chinese troops continue to confront each other at the Hot Springs and Gogra Post, along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. Upfront: Janmsthan Vivad Hanuman Ke Janmsthan On the occasion of Sri Rama Navami, the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), custodian of the richest Hindu shrine, unveiled “mythological, epigraphic and geographic evidence” to claim that Tirumala is the birthplace of the Hindu god Hanuman. There are other contenders also from Karnataka and Jharkhand. Upfront: Bengal Ki Jung Akeli Yoddha After being banned for campaign by Election commission West Bengal chief minister Mamta Banarjee sat near the statue for several hours, apparently engrossed in painting. Senior Trinamool Congress (TMC) leaders camped some distance away in solidarity. The lone warrior on political battlefield challenging the opponents.

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