Highlights of India Today Hindi 06th November 2019, issue:
Cover Story: Maharashtra+Haryana
Fir Bandha Jeet ka Sehra
Even in an attenuated victory, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has demonstrated his ability to last the course, taking in his winning stride both a demanding ally and a resurgent Opposition. In Haryana, MANOHAR LAL KHATTAR PAID FOR HIS HIGH-HANDED WAYS WITH JATS, WHO MAKE UP 30% OF HARYANA. Even as a neck-and-neck battle ensued between the BJP and the Congress in Haryana on October 24, the one person who emerged as a clear winner was Dushyant Chautala. Although his Jannayak Janata Party (JJP), formed just 10 months ago, won 10 of the 90 assembly seats, that number was enough to elevate him to the position of kingmaker
Uttar Pradesh: Kanoon Vyavastha
Criminals have no fear of police in state. Murder of controversial national president of Hindu Samaj Party, Kamlesh Tiwari raises many questions because police came in action after intervention of CM Yogi Adityanath.
Samjhauta Jo Nahi Hua
In Ram Janmbhumi case their are many efforts made by parties to draw an amicable solution through mediation but didn't succeed. Now all eyes on Supreme Court which reserved the verdict which will be pronounced soon.
Bahri Par Sitam
Situation is not normal in Kashmir after abrogation of article 370. Terrorists killed outsider truck driver who went to load Apples. It was a big shift in the 30-year-old insurgency as the migrant workforce—a majority from Bihar and Uttar Pradesh—who arrive every year to take up jobs in the Valley were rarely targeted.
Bharat ke Best B-School- India Today MDRA Survey 2019
Sadhe Kadam Se Shikhar Tak
The IIMs and some legacy private schools continue to lead the way among India’s business schools, but many others have their work cut out to improve their global rankings.
Rajya Ki Dasha Aur Disha Report 2019: GOA
Goa Ki Gazab Raftar
It is a state that has everything going for it. Natural riches, highest per capita GDP in the country and an extraordinary record in key HDI measures. For it to remain paradise, though, the state now needs to diversify its growth drivers and reduce the gap between the coastal districts and the hinterland.
Safalta Par Sankat
India lowered its poverty successfully after tremendous effort but this success is now at stake due to ongoing economic slowdown.