Highlights of India Today Hindi 31st July 2019, issue:
Khaak Se Uthkar Khadi Hogi Congress?
The grand old party is at its lowest ebb, routed in the general election and missing in action in wide swathes of the country. Can the Congress reinvent itself and rise again without a Gandhi at the helm?
Cover Story: Congress
Congress Apna Khoya Ateet Kaise Kar Sakti Hai Haasil
It was the Congress that first wove spontaneous patriotic feeling and anti-colonial sentiment into an inclusive nationalism.
State: West Bengal
Didi Ko Yaad aane Lage Comrades
New alignments, new approach: Mamata Banerjee changes tack to take on a belligerent BJP. Mamata has also started a clean-up in her own party.
Bihar: RJD Mein Kalah Ka Samay
Veterans warn that the party’s traditional caste politics holds no appeal for today’s social media-savvy youth. Tejashwi has been SILENT on PARTY veterans’ call to rebrand the RJD.
Aage Ka Rasta Mushkil
Indigo Airlines, which succeeded Jet as the largest private player, is caught in an ugly spat between its promoters Rahul Bhatia and Rakesh Gangwal.
BJP: Shah Ka Khamosh Mansabdar
B.L. Santhosh is the new national general secretary (organisation), replacing Ramlal, 66, who returns to the RSS after 13 years in the post.
Arthaat: Abhishapt Samriddhi
High net worth individuals have to pay more tax now as per the proposal of budget. This may lead to flight of wealth from India to the West.
Special Report: Goshala
Sarkar Ke Samrakshan Mein Dum Todta Govansh
Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh had started many programmes to protect cow and its progeny including providing funds for the construction of cowsheds and their upkeep. But dying cows in bad conditions have unmasked the claims and schemes of the government.
Special Report: MSME
Chhote Udyog, Bade Sankat
MSME is the biggest job provider, the backbone of economy, still it faces capital crunch due to limited credit facility, lesser consumption and tough competition from cheap imports. It has reached to the brink of collapse as government efforts are not enough.
Special Report: Pichhle Darwaze Se Bharti
Sarvagya Babu Hato, Visheshagya Aao
India’s bureaucracy has long been criticised for being obstructionist, and that it has often been an impediment to implementing even well-intended policy initiatives. And it faces a severe shortage of experts. Can lateral entry solve the problem?
Special Report: Fashion
Badha Rutba Bedaul Ka
Shapeless clothing, bulky sneakers and bold statements... Indian designers are using ‘ugly fashion’ to rebel against received notions of beauty.