India Today - Hindi
Issue : India Today Hindi-24th September 2014
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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated September 24th 2014, 2014. Cover Story: Raksha Kavach Mein Chhed Hazaar Modernisation freeze and policy drift over the past decade is aggravated by a part-time defence minister. Cover Story/Pratiraksha: Badi Aur Bemisaal Fauj Ki Fajeehat Starved of funds and critical equipment by the UPA government, the Indian armed forces are struggling to modernise. Will the new regime come to their rescue? Khas Rapat/Bharat-Cheen: Hadd Laanghega Kaarobaar The perception in China is that relations with India may soon reach an inflection point that will see strategic differences subordinated to economic ties. Khas Rapat/Jammu-Kashmir: Soye System Ne Sab Kuch Duboya Nature’s fury, no flood forecasting system combined with poor preparedness have left Jammu and Kashmir battling its worst flood in more than 50 years. Khas Rapat/Ken-Betwa Nadi Link: Kasauti Par Nadi Jod Ka Mahaprayog River linking is talk of the town but the concerned villagers of the route know nothing about this project. Khas Rapat/Bihar: Remote Control Se Nahin Chaltey Manjhi Jitan Ram Manjhi is out to win friends to stay in the chief minister’s chair longer than Nitish Kumar had bargained for. But the odds are stacked against him. Rashtra/Congress: Ghar Mein Hi Chal Raha Ghamasaan Rahul’s foot soldiers square off against Sonia’s old lieutenants in the battle for control of the party.
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