India Today - Hindi
Issue : India Today Hindi-30th April 2014
Published Weekly | 86 issues
Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated April 30th, 2014. Cover Story: Modi Ki BJP Narendra Modi has transformed BJP into a well-oiled, vote-catching machine. But will the party seeking power remain the same when in power? Rajnath Singh (Cover Story) “RSS Hamari Party Per Niyantran Nahin Rakhta Toh Sarkar per Kyon Rakhega” India Today Editor Kaveree Bamzai talk to BJP president Rajnath Singh on election and RSS. Pashchim Bangal (Mera Vote) Didi Ab Bhi Udaan Per The India Today Group-Cicero opinion poll says BJP is likely to register a dramatic gain in terms of vote share. Amritsar (Mera Vote) Maharaj Aur Kingmaker Ki Jang It’s baptism by fire for Arun Jaitley as Congress fields heavyweight Amarinder Singh in a bitter battle for the holy city. Andhra Pradesh (Mera Vote) Garh Ke Dhahney Ka Khatra The India Today Group-Cicero opinion poll finds that Congress is losing its grip on Andhra Pradesh after creating Telangana. Rahul Gandhi (Mera Vote) “Saansad Chahengey Toh Jaroor Banoonga Pradhanmantri” Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi’s exclusive interview. Nausena War Room Leak (Rashtra) CBI Ko Britain Ki Adalat Ka Jhatka The investigating agency’s attempt to extradite a wanted accused crumbles in a UK court, weakening its 2006 case where classified information was leaked. Goreypan Ki Sanak (Samaj) Doodhiya Rang Ki Chahat Ban Rahi Junoon The fair is beautiful stereotype gives rise to procedures such as the Vampire Facial as young India’s craving for lighter, brighter skin continues unabated.
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