India Today - Hindi
Issue : India Today Hindi-30th July 2014
Published Weekly | 99 issues
Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated July 30th, 2014. Cover Story: Amit Shah: Modi Ka Turup Amit Shah’s elevation as BJP president signals a generational change and Narendra Modi’s complete takeover of the party. Shekhar Gupta (Raashtra Hit): Haan, Mein Dawood Se Mila Hoon Aur Mein Ek Patrakaar Hoon Our outrage over the Vaidik-Saeed comic act exposes us as an unthinking, jingoistic, under-employed nation. If only we knew what to prize, or fear, and what to laugh at. Vedparatap Vadik (Khaas Rapat): Hazar Taanon Ka Sabab Ban Gayee Ek Mulaquaat A publicity hound triggers a political storm by meeting India’s most-wanted fugitive across the border. But was there more to it than meets the eye? Aatankvaad (Rashtra): Bepatri Hui Hamlon Ki Jaanch NIA’s attempts to move on right-wing terror cases get caught in legal tangles. Sathya Sai Mision (Dharma): Naye Daur Ke Ek Devtaa Ka Adhyatmik Saamrajya Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s mission surmounts the crisis of credibility arising from his death over three years ago. Mobile Ka Nasha (Rahan-Sahan): Mobile Ki Badhti Mahamaari If you stare at your mobile phone every 10 seconds, hear it buzzing even when it’s not, beware. Cricket (Khelkood): Record Bananey Ka Aasaan Tareeka Play against India. Just as England did with a record last-wicket partnership between Joe Root and James Anderson at Trent Bridge.
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