Highlights of India Today Hindi-18th July 2018, issue:
Cover Story: Mamta Banerjee
Mamta Ki Kshamta
The eternally combative West Bengal chief minister has a plan to take the battle to the BJP and its mascot Narendra Modi in 2019. And an exclusive interview with Mamta Banerjee.
States: Arunachal Pradesh
Dharmik Astha Ka Sawal
Chief Minister Pema Khandu’s announcement to scrap the state anti-conversion law ruffles feathers in the Sangh. This may snowball into a big issue given the sensitivity of religious feelings of people.
Uttarakhand: Rajkaj Par Sawal
A teacher demanded that she should be transferred from remote area but the chief minister did not listen to her, instead she was suspended. Now it has come out that many teachers are posted in one school for decades as their spouses are politically influential persons.
Upfront: Supreme Court Ka Faisla
Had Mein Rahne Ki Hidayat
As the constitution bench of the Supreme Court gave the ruling that the elected government of Delhi has the right to take decisions regarding governance, the AAP leaders were virtually walking over moon. But they soon realised that it is not as easy as it looks.
Arthaat: Darar Par Ishtihaar
Sticking bills over crevices does not mean that the flaw has been removed. After one year of faulty GST, its inherent crevices are there to be seen. Without slicing the tax rates the GST cannot succeed on just publicity.
Special Report: Krishi Samartan Mulya
The government has raised minimum support price to check the discontentment among farmers over their produces. Now there is a double challenge in the forms of procurement and price rise.
Business: Start up
Start up Ki Adchanein
Hemmed in by policy irritants and the lack of an enabling environment, Startup India, the Modi government’s flagship initiative to encourage entrepreneurship, is flagging.
State of State: Chhattisgarh
Start up Pradesh Ki Ranneeti
Since its creation in 2000, Chhattisgarh’s growth model has focused on tackling Maoist insurgency and improving administrative efficiency and infrastructure.
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