Highlights of India Today Hindi 30th December 2020, issue: Cover Story: Banking
Bank Badhaal Kayon
Public trust in India’s banks has been shaken by all the bad news about bank failures, mis-governance and a gargantuan Rs 9.4 lakh crore pile of bad debts. How to avert the impending catastrophe
Upfront: West Bengal
Dam Hai To Lagao 356
Three attacks in three days, two of them fatal. BJP president J.P. Nadda’s convoy is attacked by stone pelters in South 24 Parganas; a BJP booth president is beaten to death in North 24 Parganas; another party activist is murdered in East Burdwan—all in a span of three days (December 10-12). If the news stories were playing up the possible imposition of President’s rule in Bengal, invoking Article 356 of the Constitution, it was by no means beyond the pale.
Upfront: Madhya Pradesh
Dhyan Bantao Abhiyan
Due to shortage of funds government schemes and plans are not running properly. In this situation government crackdown on encroachments, mafia and drugs peddling speed up. Clearly administration has to do something and it has started campaign against who are doing wrong.
Gahlot Ki Nayee Chunauti
Rajasthan CM Ashok Government has feeling pressure from former rebel leader Rajesh Pilot to accommodate his men in cabinet. But CM in the view that Pilot must prove his loyalty till next three year. In recent local body elections congress not performed likes a champion.
Arthat: Bedam Huye Beemar…
Slowdown is there and inflation increasing day-by-day. Prices of petro products sharply rising despite of this fact that crude oil prices below 50 Dollar per barrel. Why government not reducing its taxes on fossil fuel which is main driver of inflation.
Interview: Om Birla
Vidhansabha Ki Karyavahi Ki SamaySeema Tay Ho
Loksabha Speaker Om Birla insists that every state VidhanSabha must have fix days of session every year.
Special Report: BJP in South India
Vindhya Ke Paar Ka Vijay Abhiyan
The BJP customizes plans to break into the bastions of the entrenched political parties
Special Report: CDS
Teeno Senaon Me badha Taalmel
The Chief of Defence Staff and the Department of Military Affairs complete a year in one of the most challenging times. Will India get the integrated military structure it needs?
Special report: Transport Business
Pahiye Ho Gaye Jaam
Lockdown freezes wheels of transport business and owners of vehicles defaulting to loans .No passengers there because of work from home in IT and other sectors. Nobody in position to predict how much time it will take to recover.
Special Report: Love Jihad
Mohabbat Aur Nafrat
A controversial new law in Uttar Pradesh, ostensibly intended to hinder forcible conversion in interfaith marriages, is seen by many as a communal tactic and a threat to basic constitutional rights