Highlights of India Today Hindi-25th April 2018, issue:
Cover Story: Yogi Adityanath: Agni Pareeksha
Dalit unrest, bypoll defeats, encounter deaths and empty state coffers...Problems are piling up for the chief minister of India’s most populous state. Is he up to the task? Plus an exclusive interview with Yogi Adityanath.
Upfront: GSAT Durghatna: Antariksh Mein Gambhir Jhatka
GSAT-6A is ISRO’s second failure in recent months. It was to complement GSAT-6, which has been active since 2015
Arthaat: Hangama Hai Youn Barpa
When things at ground are at odds and no change is visible, the symbolism only irritates. This may be disenchantment or lack of confidence on government, it is a dangerous situation.
States: Karnatak: Palat Gaye Lingayat
Mutt pontiffs come out in support of the Congress. The charged politics of Lingayats’ religious status will be key in 80 assembly seats.
Madhya Pradesh: Siyasat Mein Laute Diggi Raja
Digvijaya Singh’s Narmada pilgrimage is over. What will be his next play? The BJP should worry, the dais at barmaan ghat was a sea of saffron.
Special Report: Private Banks: Private Bankon Ka Bigadta Hisab
Accusations of nepotism at ICICI Bank have put its reputation at stake, underlining the urgent need to review corporate governance in private banks and introduce measures to restore public confidence.
Special Report: Jharkhand: Aql Par Patthalgari
A hundred-odd tribal villages have declared independence by putting up stone slabs to mark areas where the government writ won’t run.
Special Report: Iraq Mein Bharatiye: Maut Ke Nishan Aur Dastaan
They went chasing a dream that turned into a nightmare. the story of one man, Manjinder, reflects the collective tragedy of Mosul.
Special Report: Pakistan: Bajwa Ke Plan Par Bahas
As Pakistan hurtles towards a third consecutive general election, the country’s most powerful man, the avowedly apolitical army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, is the one making the headlines.
Special Report: Amir Khan In China: Himalay Laangh Gayee Shohrat
Inside the cult of the Bollywood superstar in the middle kingdom.
Fursat: Shakhsiyat-Arunoday Singh: Dil Mein Utar Janewala Blackmailer
Grandson of Congress leader Arjun Singh, Arunoday Singh choose films wisely. Critics applaud him for his natural acting.
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