India Today - Hindi
Issue : India Today Hindi-3rd August 2016
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Highlights of India Today Hindi Aug 3rd, 2016, issue:
Cover Story: Diye Jale Ummid Ke
The 121 Indian athletes going to Rio this time are different from any other contingent in the past. They are not just hoping for medals, they are going for gold.
Special Report: Ghati Mein Chhantti Nahi Kaali Ghatayen
A week-and-a-half after Hizbul leader Burhan Wani's killing, the valley is still simmering. And the disconnect between CM Mehbooba Mufti and her administration in this time of crisis isn't helping matters.
Special Report: Badalane Lagi 'Siksha'
BJP governed Rajsthan is now laboratory for saffronisation of education and Vasudev Devnani is it's face. The RSS is happy but rest of the parties are vehemently opposing it.
Special Report: Samikarnon Ke Sahare Congress
Congress, which is out of government in Uttar Pradesh for the last 27 years, is now using its resources in ultimate manner, but will these effort work?
Special Report: Dalit Aandolan Ki Deewar Se Takraayi Swayambhu Goraksha
The anger growing against atrocities on Dalits in the name of cow protection is now organizing as a Dalit movement. Some political parties are also supporting this movement.
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.