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India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi-22nd August 2018, issue:

Cover Story: Kitne Azad Hain Hum

Top thinkers assess how far India has come, at 71, to give us the freedom to be who we are and the best we can be. Nineteen essays show that freedom can be complicated.



Upfront: Raksha Ghotala

Naye Bofors Ki Talaash

A probe could put on hold further orders of the US-made aircraft, which the navy says is by now absolutely vital for its Indian Ocean strategy. T he Congress believes it has the government on the mat over the Rafale deal and the BJP has a new scam to target the Congress with.


Arthaat: Sawaal Hain To Aas Hai

In a democracy a government should be treated as a tea bag and the people and democratic institutions must keep pouring questions of hot water to get best out of it.


State: West Bengal

Vaidhta Par Siyasi Jung

The Assam citizens’ register crisis has spilled into neighbouring West Bengal with both the TMC and BJP playing vote bank politics over the issue. The state assembly adopted a resolution with all parties, except the BJP, condemning the Assam NRC.


Himachal Pradesh: Khemebaazi Se Khataas

The state BJP leaders want their share in power. Everyone has some support from powerful lobbies in the state and they have made situations tough for the Chief Minister.


Special Report: Deoria Ashray Grih

Taar Taar Ho Rahi Ashray Grihon Ki Izzat

After Muzaffarpur in Bihar, a girls shelter in Deoria, Uttar Pradesh has turned out to be concentration camp for orphans, where they have been sexually exploited till a girl escaped to tell the world of the horror stories.


M Karunanidhi: Bemisaal Tamil Nayak

An epoch ends in Dravidian politics. Muthuvel Karunanidhi, the nonagenarian DMK patriarch, leaves a rich legacy behind. How will the  party go forward without him?


Taj Ko Bachana Hai: Matmailay Taj Ka Rahasya

With experts are clueless why a sickly tint is spreading over the iconic monument, policymakers are asking if the Taj was really all that white

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.