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Covid-19: India at 80k deaths, cases move closer to 5 million

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Covid-19: India at 80k deaths, cases move closer to 5 million

Covid-19: India at 80k deaths, cases move closer to 5 million

Hindustan Times' National Political Editor, Sunetra Choudhury brings you the top stories you need to know.

Sunetra talks about the number of Covid-19 cases in India so far; 1000 daily deaths; Covid cloud on monsoon session as 29 MPs test positive; Manish Sisodia tests positive; Delhi govt's special assembly ends in scare.

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