Highlights of India Today Hindi 22nd September 2021, issue:
Cover Story: OBC
Pichhdon Ki Siyasat
The OBC vote is critical for every party, which is why the opposition is clamouring for a community census. The ruling BJP fears this will unsettle its social engineering strategy and upset the core upper caste vote base.
Akhir Sab Kuchh Itna Mahanga Kyon Ho Gaya?
As India recovers from the economic damage caused by the pandemic, it is also fighting a persistent surge in inflation. As measured by the CPI (Consumer Price Index, which includes the cost of food, housing, clothing, transportation, medical care and education, among others), inflation has almost doubled since June 2019, from 3.18 per cent to 6.26 per cent in June 2021.
Darakne Laga Pahad Dar Pahad
Heavy rain and landslide caused huge damage in every part of Uttarakhand. Every district is impacted by landslide. Due to severe weather conditions Char-Dham Yatra not commenced yet which is major economic loss of people of the state.
Upfront: BJP In charge
Sangathan Peechhe, Mantri Aaye Aage
BJP put more weight on ministers rather than party office bearers for the responsibility of state in-charge for upcoming assembly elections. Party made 21 in-charges, only 2 of them are party leaders and rest are ministers.
Upfront: Madhya Pradesh
Malwa Me Sampradayik Lawa
Recent communal incidents one after another are biggest threat for peace of entire Malwa region. Now communal hatred reached to villages and small towns too.
Ye Daag Daag Ujala
Does different data of economic recovery includes jobless common man. In recession everyone from businessman to common man plunges at same time but not all recover at same time.
Special Report: Farmer’s Protest
Bhagwa Dal Ko Anndata Ki Chunauti
Continuous farmer’s agitation against BJP in poll bound Uttar Pradesh may create problem for ruling party. Farmer’s agitating against farm laws and appealing people to oppose BJP.
Special Report: Engineering College
Khare Na Utra To Khalbali
Struggling to adapt curriculums to emerging trends and keep up with the changing needs of industry, engineering institutions are attracting fewer students and either shutting down or slashing the number of available seats.
Special Report: ISIL-K
ISIL-K Ka Naya Khatra
Security agencies in India are wary of the return of Indians who left to join the terrorist group in Afghanistan
Tokya Paralympic 2020
Jeetne Ki Zid
India’s rich medal haul at the Tokyo Paralympics is a testimony to the power of institutional support and what it can do to bolster the winning attitude.
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