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Issue : India Today Hindi-28th September 2016

By Living Media India Limited

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Highlights of India Today Hindi September 28th, 2016, issue:

 

 

Special Report : Laut aaya Don

After 11 years in jail, Siwan strongman Mohammad Shahabuddin is out on bail. How will it affect Bihar and CM Nitish Kumar?

Special Report : Asantosh ki fir vahi sugbugahat

A looming civil-military impasse over the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission threatens to SPARK MORE military DISGRUNTLEMENT.

Special Report : Ab khula rajkaj ka khatka

Having controlled an inflammable caste rivalry in the state, Manohar Lal Khattar is finally down to the task of governance and delivering on the party’s poll promises.

Special Report : Kitna mufeed hai ek desh ek chunav ka vichar

Simultaneous Lok Sabha and assembly polls may mean big savings of time and money, but critics warn that it will strike at the nature of parliamentary democracy.

Special Report : Chunavo ki manhgayi

It’s an idea whose time has come. Given the complexity of the conduct of elections, it has become imperative to streamline the process with full political consensus.

Nation : Nadi  se uthata bavandar

The SC order on releasing Cauvery waters to Tamil Nadu has Karnataka on the boil, again.   

Nation : Tabiyat kharab sarkar ki

The beleaguered party is grasping at straws, but Delhi isn’t impressed.

Economy : GST- Kar ek, aashankayen anek

After negotiations, parleys, FLARE-Ups and climb-downs,  THE BJP IS ready to bring in what has been touted as Independent India’s most celebrated tax reform—The GST.

Cover Story : Abhishaap

It’s the new menace, hollowing out our bones, playing with the quality of our life—and death. the hope, hype and horror of vitamin D deficiency

Trends : Mai aur meri selfie

Hold phone. Look. Shoot. The selfie has reached its pinnacle in pop culture. The backlash is inevitable, and in some cases fatal.

Women Summit : Bulandiyan choone ke jajbe ko salam

India Today celebrated the success and power of women and felicitated them in India Today women summit.

 

 

Highlights of India Today Hindi March 2nd, 2016, issue: Cover Story: Resurgent Rahul Modi remians the most popular leader, but the remodeled congress scion emerges as his main challenger. Campus Unrest (Khas Rapat): Naujawano se Bhidati sarkar The RSS student wing, the ABVP, is making a serious play for control of the campuses. A bit of violence, contentious issues, the patriotism debate, it's all par for the course. BJP (Rashtra): Ab Kisano ki Sharan me Modi Government is close to complete its two year in power, now trying to change its pro-corporate image to pro-farmer. Now it has complete focus on Annadata. Zika Virus (Health): Machchar se savdhan, As once-benign Zika virus sparks off a new global health scare, nations scramble to limit the damage. Uttar Pradesh (Pradesh): Hasraton ki unchi udaan UP CM Akhilesh Yadav declare Valentine day as UP Tourism Day. And with this decision he is focusing on both: Tourism and Youth. Odisha (Pradesh): Poorab ka naya vidarbh Bargadh Farmer suicide in Bargadh has made this place Odisha's Vidarbha and made it the centre of political rallies and relief announcements.

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