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Highlights of India Today Hindi 30th June 2021, issue: Cover Story: Long Covid Covid Ka Lamba Saya Doctors warn of the dangers of a lingering post-Covid syndrome that puts patients at risk long after the virus has left their body Upfront: West Bengal Khamosh! Khel Jari Hai BJP leaders were rejoicing over news that the Congress’s Jitin Prasada was joining their ranks, seemingly oblivious of a similar crisis unfolding in their own party in West Bengal, where national vice-president Mukul Roy was returning to the Trinamool Congress (TMC), with son Subhrangshu in tow. Upfront: Opposition Naye Morche Ka Tilism Opposition parties begins to form third front to challenge the PM Narendra Modi led BJP government in upcoming polls and Loksabha elections 2024. Grand victory of TMC in W.Bengal gives hope for third front. Mamta Banarjee, Sharad Pawar and Prashant Kishore cultivating the possibilities of this political option. Upfront: Dalit Voter Punjab Me Sabhi Dalen Dora On June 12, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) chief Sukhbir Badal announced the revival of his party’s old alliance with Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP). The announcement came on the heels of a promise that if it were voted to power, the SAD would pick a Dalit deputy chief minister. This fueled a new type of dalit politics in the state. Upfront: CAA Alpsankhyak Report Centre issued a notification stating that collectors in 13 districts across Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab and home secretaries of Punjab and Haryana, have been given the power to grant citizenship to immigrants from any one of six minority religious communities in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan. This could benefit at least 30,000 legal non-Muslim immigrants living in India.

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