Highlights of India Today Hindi 04th September 2019, issue:
Senaon Ka Super Chief
The armed forces will finally have a super boss—the Chief of Defence Staff. Whether the new incumbent can transform India’s defence apparatus and make the services a more effectively coordinated fighting unit will depend on how categorical his writ is.
Khas Rapat: Kashmir
Kashmir Ka Haal Kise Khabar, Kaun Bataye
The valley is quiet, but it is far from peaceful. The government clampdown has kept the lid on an angry population, waiting for restrictions to lift even as it struggles with the everyday.
Rashtra: Dal Badal
Neta 'Aayaat' Rajneeti
The RSS tries to reconcile the imperatives of Chanakyaniti with its moral reservations over defections. The BJP sees defections as a way to establish a footprint in areas where it has no presence.
Pradesh: Andra Pradesh
Zameen Par Sarkar
Jagan plans an army of village volunteers to improve service delivery of his welfare schemes. But does the state have the money to fulfil Jagan’s lofty padayatra promises?
Sikkim: Bhagwa Sendh
After poaching 10 MLAs from the SDF, the BJP now postures as a ‘responsible opposition’. Sikkim’s political waters are set for churn.
Surkhiyan: Pahlu Khan Maamla
Insaaf Ki Lambi Ladai
In the August 14 acquittal of six men charged with the 2017 lynching of Pehlu Khan, Alwar additional district and sessions judge Sarita Swami condemned the police probe as shoddy.
Uttarakhand: Kyun Nahi Tham Rahi Aapda?
Cloud burst in Uttar Kashi is just one of the many incidents that wreaked havoc on people but the state has not a single Doppler radar to give early warning.
Arthaat: Dar Ka Qanoon
India tax bureaucracy has become a terror for businessmen. What has gone wrong and which are the laws that give them immense power?
Rashtra: Uttar Pradesh
Police Ke Iqbal Par Sawal
In spite of a series of police encounters the crime rate in Uttar Pradesh is rising. It is the biggest challenge before Chief Minister Yogi Aditya Nath.
Aarakshan Ka Paintra
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat knows Bharatiye Janta Party will not initiate discussion on reservation but the opposition may bring this issue. That is why he has raised the issue.
Wajid Khan could not complete his primary education and spent years pulling rickshaw, driving taxi and doing some menial jobs but did not let his passion for art die. Today he is known for his artworks and the workshops for budding artists the world over.