India Today - Hindi
Issue : India Today Hindi-23rd April 2014
Published Weekly | 85 issues
Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated April 23rd, 2014. Cover Story: Manmohan Kyon Naakaam the inside story from his most trusted aide. Sanjay Baru’s book, The Accidental Prime Minister: The Making and Unmaking of Manmohan Singh reads like a primer of what not do in power. Comparing the Prime Minister to Bheeshma who took the terrible vow of defending the indefensible, Baru points out that unquestioning loyalty to the dynasty may have been the epic patriarch’s obligation in a monarchy, but in Manmohan it was a fatal error of judgment. From the Great Liberaliser, he became the Great Liquidator—of his own equity and that of the all-powerful prime minister’s office. Varun Gandhi (BJP) Akelapan Ek Adad Gandhi Ka Caught in a tug of war between the Nehru-Gandhi legacy and Sangh Parivar, the 34-year-old is working hard for an image makeover after his alleged 2009 hate speeches. Opinion Poll (UP Aur Bihar) Hindi Patti Mein Bhagwa Lehar Ke Sanket BJP is likely to surpass its all-time record of seats from UP and Bihar in 2014. Murtiyon Ki Chori (Virasat) Mandi Ke Gumshuda Devtaon Ke Rahasay A suave conman’s love for art, greed for money and thirst for glory create an empire of loot. Pearls Group Ghotala (Padtaal) Thagi Ka Mahaguru From a milk seller in Attari, Punjab, to a landholder in Australia, Nirmal Bhangoo transformed himself into a corporate titan on the back of the hard-earned money of his gullible investors. Amitabh Bachchan (Baatcheet) “Meri Icha Hai Ki Kaam Milta Rahe Bas” Exclusive interview with Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan on his career and Indian film industry.
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