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Highlights of India Today Hindi 8th September 2021, issue: Cover Story: Afghanistan Taliban Se Bharat Ko kaise Nibatna chahiye The return of the radical Islamists plunges Afghanistan into uncertainty. India must engage rather than boycott the new Taliban regime. Upfront: Covid Vaccine for Children Avayaskon Ki Vaccine India approved its sixth vaccine for emergency use against Covid-19. The three-dose DNA vaccine ZyCoV-D, from Zydus Cadila, developed with the Department of Biotechnology, will be the first approved for the 12-18 age group in the country and the first DNA vaccine against Covid in the world. It is the country’s second home grown jab and its first step towards under age vaccination. Upfront: E-Commerce Online Retail Ki Rajniti New e-commerce norms proposed by the Centre in June have created quite a flutter in India Inc. Industry leaders are split down the middle in their reactions, to the point that commerce and industry Minister Piyush Goyal chose to publicly reprimand some who opposed the new rules. While Reliance Industries has reportedly endorsed the guidelines preventing e-tailors from doing business with associated enterprises on their platforms, the Tata Group and Amazon have expressed their reservations. Upfront: Bihar Lalu Yadav Ke Kunbe Me Kalah? Everything is not well in RJD. Lalu Yadav’s elder son Tej Pratap is demanding more power and position in the party. Lalu Yadav’s tenure as the national president of the party comes to an end in November. Though the RJD Supremo may retain the post, given his falling health, he could well nominate younger son Tejashwi Yadav as the working president. This will formalise the prominent place many believe Tejashwi already enjoys— both as the leader of the RJD legislative party and as the party boss.

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