India Today - Hindi
Issue : October 29,2014
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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated October 29th 2014, 2014. Cover Story: Khatarnak anzam ka andesha Intense cross-border firing in J&K has undermined the fragile ceasefire pact of 2003 and further strained India-Pakistan relations Cover Story: Baital fir Dal Par Stunned by India’s ‘aggressive’ stand, PM Nawaz Sharif tempers his quest for peace Nation/Modi se mukabale ko judane laga kunba All the parties came from old Janta Party can be real threat to the Modi government in Rajya sabha. Sharad Yadav on mission to unite local parties with congress. Nation: Uthkar khade hone ki kashmkash The Congress Vice President plans to rebuild his party’s image by inducting leaders with a clean reputation. Insiders claim that controversial Tharoor didn’t fit the bill. Nation/Lal Aatank ka tod In a definite shift from UPA’s policy, NDA’s new anti-Naxal doctrine promises to deal with violence more effectively. Nation/Sakriyata ya Sarkar ko chunauti One of the 100 favorite persons of Indira Gandhi, Governor Dr. Aziz Qureshi is not only in open battle field with Modi government but also with state government of Uttarakhand. Nation/Digital sapne ka sansar The Government’s ambitious Rs 1.3 lakh crore Digital India scheme aims to bridge the Rural-urban gap and bring internet to the masses B School/No 1 se kam kuch nahi The b-schools survey 2014 shows which are the best management institutes—and why.
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