Cover Story is based of plight of Hindi speaking populace. Harimohan Mishra raises question why Hindi speaking people impressed just by slogan of political parties. People do not ask hard questions in election for their economic betterment. Mr. Ravi Shrivastava, Mr. Sanjeev and Prof. Arun Kumar also presents their views on the issue. Ground reports from UP, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Delhi, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh.
Editor Harvir Singh writes in his regular column about politcal approach of common voters. He says voters should ask question to the candidates about real issues instead of slogans.
Naseer Ganai presents a detail report on political scenario of Jammu & Kashmir. Mr. Faizan Mustafa writes about importance of Section 379 for Kashmir.
Fact finding report on job scenario from Prashant Shrivastava gives real picture on the issue. Mr. Mahesh Vyas, MD, CMIE also talks about job crisis in his interview.
Interview of film actress Ms. Radhika Apte. She speaks about present trend of film industry and her future plan for career.
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