Highlights of India Today Hindi 10th July 2019, issue:
Cover Story: Trade War
Takrar Aur Iqrar
Indo-US relations have seen some turbulence of late on trade and strategic issues. But as the two sides prepare to negotiate, top diplomats signal a new phase of give and take.
Cover Story: Trade War: Interview-Mike Pompeo, America Ke Videsh Mantri
"Kisi Bhi Desh Ko Apna Chaha Sab Kuchh Nahi Milega"
On his visit to New Delhi on June 26, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo engaged in intensive discussions with his Indian counterpart.He spoke exclusively to India Today on what he saw as the big takeaways of the visit:
Baghel Ki Nayee Chunauti
Just six months ago the Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel witnessed thumping majority of Congress MLAs in the assembly election but the party failed to repeat the performance in Lok Sabha election. And it has raised many challenges before his government.
Interview: Bhupesh Baghel
"BJP Ne 15 Saal Khazaane Ka Durupyog Kiya"
Known to be a fighter among Congress leaders in the state, a trait that endeared him to Congress president Rahul Gandhi, Baghel is ploughing on. Excerpts from an interview with India Today.
Profile: Om Birla
Neta Bade Maqsad Ka
The newly appointed Lok Sabha speaker is known for his enthusiasm
for debate in Parliament and for charitable work in his constituency.
Special Report: Rajnath Singh
Kya Sahas Dikha Payenge Mantri Mahoday
The new defence minister needs to Reform the jaded ministry, replace worn-out equipment and push defence indigenisation.
Fadnavis’s last budget focuses on irrigation, the lower middle class and national pride. The state government is also going on a memorial-building spree, with its core Hindutva voters in mind.
Uttar Pradesh: Encephalitis
Masoomon Ko Bachane Ki Jung
Gorakhpur has turned the corner in the fight against encephalitis. Health facilities in the region were improved and a mass awareness programme launched.
Baadh Ke Shahr Mein Sookhe Ki Naubat
The Chennai flood of 2015 caused immense loss of life and property. Today, the city is running out of water, putting immense stress on the population and administration.
Upfron: Reserve Bank
Ek Aur Bahar
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) deputy governor Viral Acharya’s resignation, six months before his term ended, came as no surprise to many. His is the third high-profile exit from the RBI under the Modi government after Those of governors Raghuram Rajan and Urjit Patel.
India Today Sahitya Varshiki Rachna Utsav
Ashaadh Ki Ek Shaam Sahitya-Sangeet Ke Naam
Sahitya Varshiki Rachna Utsav was organised in Raipur where poets recited their latest poems and a singer entertained the audience with her melodious voice. And many local people were honoured for their contribution to Chhatisgarhi culture.