Highlights of India Today Hindi 24th October 2018, issue:
Cover Story: MeToo
Bahut Hua Samman
As women break their silence to name and shame sexual predators, the nation goes through a collective catharsis. #timesup for workplace wolves.
Upfront: Missile Deal
Missile Offset Kahan Gaya
Waiving offset deals seems to be the rule when it comes to big-ticket Russian arms deals. Western manufacturers get no such exemptions.
Jalvayu Parivartan: Aa Gaye Qayamat Ke Din?
The world is heading over a cliff at a furious pace, confirmed a much-anticipated, comprehensive United Nations report on climate change. Will our leaders acknowledge the scale of the danger scientists insist we face?
Saansat Mein Sarkar
The Pinarayi government faces strident protests from Hindu outfits over the Supreme Court verdict. the cm’s bid to negotiate with groups opposed to the verdict has failed
Uttarakhand: Bhang Se Rukega Palayan
Uttarkhand government has signed an MOU of Rs 1,100 crore to cultivate industrial hemp in the state. The government has Hemp, or industrial hemp typically found in the northern hemisphere, is a variety of the Cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for the industrial.
Special Report: Mayawati
It’s Advantage BJP as a struggle for survival leads the BSP chief to snub the Congress in three poll-bound Hindi heartland states
Special Report: Aadhar
Abhi Kai Pechokham
Aadhaar is legally valid but there are now limits on its indiscriminate use. The Supreme Court verdict has also validated concerns over data protection and privacy.
The political parties hesitated to play Hindu card earlier are now trying every bit to woo Hindus through their religious agendas. This is a challenge to BJP who started it first.
Nation: Uttar Pradesh
Ram Naam Vote Hai
The Supreme Court is to begin Ram Janm Bhoomi-Babri Masjid case soon and in view of general election next year saints and right wing political parties are competing each other to take credit for temple construction.
Sewayaton Se Haare Jagannath
The state government wants to implement the order of the Supreme Court to give better facilities and improve management at Sri Jagnnath Temple in Puri. But the servitors are opposing any change.
Khaulte Tel Ki Maar
Due to rising prices of crude oil in international markets the prices of goods of daily consumption are bound to increase, particularly in big cities, which may turn big villages in absence of oil.
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