1- Cover Story talks about current crisis on Indian National Congress which lost second Loksabha election in a row. Harimohan Mishra tries to look at Congress’ future beyond Gandhi-Nehru family as Rahul Gandhi ultimately move out from the post of president of India’s oldest political party.
2- Editor Harvir Singh writes in his regular column about weak conditions of our economy. He raises questions why such challanges came up before the economy when we are still a large market.
3- Harvir Singh tries to look into the genes of union budget. He tells that the government announced many revolutionary steps and expected of $ 5 Tn economy in next 5 years. But big question left unasnwered that how the ambition will be fulfilled.
4- Dr. T. Haque analyses agriculture budget. he tells that the government has raised expectations of distressed farmers community. A number of steps are taken to double farming income but big is to how?
5- Abdul Ghani highlights miseries of large number of people in Assam who are living in fear of exclusion from National Register of Citizen. Arrests of people increased as last date is coming fast for final publication of NRC list.
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