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Highlights of India Today Hindi 12th May 2021, issue: Cover Sotry: Covid-19-Oxygen Saans Lene Ka Sangharsh A lethal second wave and critical shortage in oxygen supply have crippled India’s fight against Covid. Why did India fail to foresee the crisis and what can it do to mitigate it? Cover Story: Rural Bhayavah Aapda Poor medical infrastructure and lack of preparedness are severely compromising the fight against Covid in rural and small-town India Cover Story: Vaccine Teeke Par Anishchitata The National Vaccination drive faces supply, distribution and pricing hurdles. Beginning May 1, the Great Indian Vaccine Rollout will now cover millions of people in the 18-44 age brackets across the country in the inoculation drive against Covid-19. It is lot more challenging than holding a general election. Upfront: State Finance Lockdown Ki Keemat Financial impact of lockdown on exchequer and common man is huge and this was experienced last year. Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged states to think of lockdowns as a means of last resort. Within a week, though, faced with a runaway spiral in Covid cases, Maharashtra, Delhi, Gujarat and Karnataka were forced to do just that, while other states had to impose night and weekend curfews. Upfront: Punjab Akale Padte Amrinder Hardly a year left for the next assembly election, and Punjab chief minister Capt. Amarinder Singh can ill afford to be seen stranded alone in a political crisis. On April 10, the Punjab and Haryana High Court quashed the SIT report in a 2015 case on the desecration of the Guru Granth Sahib. Seen by many in the state as a travesty of the judicial process, the issue has snowballed into a political crisis for the chief minister.

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