Highlights of India Today Hindi 17th July 2019, issue:
Cover Story: Kargil
Kargil Ke Kambakht
Documents recovered from the bodies of enemy soldiers killed at Kargil tell the story of a Pakistani military misadventure and the failure of Indian intelligence two decades ago.
Special: Best Coaching Institutes
Imtihan Ki Taiyari Ka Bhaari Shagal
The first India Today-MDRA. survey of coaching institutes ranks India’s top prep-centres for competitive examinations.
Mind Rocks: Indore
Waqt Yuvaon Ka Hai
The India Today Mind Rocks Youth Summit allowed the young people of Indore to engage with their icons—from Bollywood to politics.
Special Report: West Bengal
'Cut' Ki Badi Qeemat
Will Mamata’s open admission of rampant corruption in the TMC ranks sink her party or shore up her image as a leader who puts the interests of the poor ahead of her party?
Congress: Rahul Gandhi
Gadho Ya Gaddhe Mein Jao
Rahul has claimed the moral high ground by playing true to his stated position that change must flow from the top. But can the Congress survive his bid to re-engineer its DNA?
Cinema: Zaira Wasim
Jo Dil Ne Kaha...
Actor Zaira Wasim’s sudden decision to quit films has left a comprehension void. ''This journey has been exhausting... life is too short yet too long to be at war with oneself," said Zaira.
Diwala Aur Shodhan Akshamta Samhita
Baqaye Mein Lagti Chapat
It has been just over three years since the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), 2016, came into effect. An attempt to clean up India’s credit culture and make habitual loan defaulters fall in line, the IBC’s short history has been a chequered one.
Arthaat: Parjeeviyon Ki Palaki
Private Sector Undertakings are just like white elephants. After all who are benefitting from the sick government companies?
Ummeed Bhara Arakshan
Fadnavis believes the newly upheld reservations for Marathas will bolster his chances in the assembly poll. Maharashtra now has among the highest quotas in India.
Madhya Pradesh: Ho Gaya Go Gundon Ka Intezam
The first state to enact a law to tackle ‘cow-protection’ violence. The last big case in MP was in May 2018, when Riyaz Khan was killed by a mob in Satna on suspicion of transporting beef.
Uttar Pradesh: Arakshan
Jatiyon Par Qabze Ki Jung
Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh has decided to include 17 new castes in Scheduled Caste category. This political step has been welcomed by Bharatiye Janta Party while Bahujan Samj Party is dead against move and the Centre has also raised objections.
Nation: Hindu Migration
Aadhi Haqeeqat, Aadha Fasana
BJP leaders have raised alarm that Hindu population of a colony is moving out but the CM clearly rejected it. The story digs out the reality.
Special Report: Regional Parties
Wajood KA Sankat
BJP leaders with their strategy won the regional parties vote banks as voters want a third option in their respective states.