India Today - Hindi
Issue : India Today Hindi-6th August 2014
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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated August 6th, 2014. Cover Story: Modi Ke Mansabdaar As the dust settles on the Capital’s corridors of power, some find a place in the new Establishment while others jockey desperately for patronage. Shekhar Gupta (Rashtra Hit): Lord’s Mein Rob-Daab Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men have a cricket-as-usual air about them after their Lord’s win. After all, the sport’s HQ is back home. Congress (Khaas Rapat): Apnon Ke Haathon Dharashayee Hoti Congress Humbled at the Centre, the already beleaguered Grand Old Party confronts an unforeseen crisis from the peripheries. Markandey Katju (Nyaypalika): Justice Katju Ko Gussa Kyon Aata Hai? The Press Council chairman calls out corruption in the judiciary, a tad too late. Surat Vishphot Maamla (Khaas Rapat): 11 Begunah Aur 12 Saal Ki Quaid For the accused in 1993 Surat blasts case and their families, acquittal doesn’t undo the pain, the hurt, and the years in jail. Bihar Up-Chunaav (Rashtra): Ise Darr Kahein Ya Dosti? Whether the Modi effect remains a force multiplier for BJP will be put to test in Bihar as a Lalu-Nitish tie-up seems imminent. Cricket (Khelkood): Nahin, Yeh Sirf Tukka Nahin Has India found its way out of the abyss, or is excitement over the Lord’s Test victory just over-celebration? Nazariya: Yudh Kshetra Mein Shaanti Ka Ek Gandhi Marg Bhi Hai The Palestinians will gain more if they shift from firing rockets into Israel to a Mahatma Gandhi-style non-violent resistance to the Israeli occupation.
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