India Today - Hindi
Issue : India Today Hindi-27th August 2014
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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated August 27th, 2014. Cover Story: Parivartan Ki Udaan India is impatient for change in the Age of Modi. Incrementalism doesn’t work, big ideas do. Rashtra Hit: Rashtra Ke Hamesha Sahi Honay Ka Nihitartha Why I fret about an increasingly illiberal, irritable and sometimes petulant new India. Naye Saansad: Jinsey Badal Gaya Rajneeti Ka Chehra As different from each other as their disparate vocations, the 315 first-time MPs in the 16th Lok Sabha represent the Indian voter’s overwhelming desire for change. BJP ka Ubhaar: Sab Badal Dengey Shah Apart from the 282 seats it won, BJP finished second in 54 Lok Sabha constituencies. Vaam Ki Girti Saakh: Kund Hua Hansiya, Toot Gaya Hathoda The road to revival for the Left passes through West Bengal but there are no green shoots of recovery yet. Krishi: Badal Rahey Hain Anaaj Ke Katorey The geography of rice and wheat has been transformed with Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh generating surpluses. Online Aatank: Aatank Ka Network From propaganda and recruitment to giving lessons in bomb-making and plotting attacks, terrorists have taken to the internet in a big way. Are Indian security agencies prepared to tackle the challenge? Khelkood: Bahanon Ki Sunhari Jodi The Phogats of Bhiwani have revolutionised women’s wrestling in Haryana—and busted a few gender stereotypes along the way. Cinema: Star Nahin Kalakaar No more starry tantrums, no more keeping the set waiting or travelling with a massive entourage. The rise of the new-age star signals the end of stardom as we know it.
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