India Today - Hindi
Issue : India Today Hindi-19th March 2014
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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated March 19th, 2014. Cover Story: Sabse Kamzor Raksha Mantri A.K Antony missed an opportunity to transform the armed forces in an era of peace. His tenure, the longest for a defence minister, has seen scams, crises, and unpreparedness. Muslim Man (Khas Rapat) Aakrosh Aur Aakanshayen Muslims want growth, not the politics of division. Baba Ramdev (Aam Chunaav) Yoga Guru Chal Rahe Siyasi Chaal Flying below the Election Commission radar, the yoga guru runs a surrogate Vote for Modi campaign. Delhi Police (Rashtra) Rashtriya Rajdhani Ki Local Police Delhi Police is national force but in recruitment only two or three states are getting maximum focus. Punjab (Rashtra) Udyog Ho Gaye Nestanabood Lack of incentives from the Centre and failure of local entrepreneurs to add value to their products have forced the closure of nearly 19,000 factories across Punjab. Yamuna Nadi (Rashtra) Dilli ka Mal-Mootra Kyon Piye UP Uttar Pradesh Govt Warns Delhi , if it continues to spoil Yamuna with its sewerage then the neighbouring state is going to stop water supply. Taslima Nasrin (Shakhsiyat) Nirwasit Nasrin Unknown story of Well Known writer Taslima Nasrin in her own words. Imtiyaz Ali (Cinema) Shaahrahon Ka Musafir All of Imtiaz Ali’s films have a journey at their centre. But as his recent Highway shows, the destinations are different.
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