Highlights of India Today Hindi 7th April 2021, issue: Cover Story: Mumbai
Badnami Ka Bomb
An amateur plot to extort India’s richest man goes horribly wrong, lifting the lid off Mumbai’s murky khaki-khadi nexus and threatening the survival of the Uddhav Thackeray-led MVA government
Vidheyak Par Bawal
New Police bill of Bihar is new tussle point between state government and opposition parties in the state assembly. Opposition parties were out of control and because of this speaker called the police and threw them out. Now opposition accusing government of misbehaving with lawmakers.
The rise of Dattatreya Hosabale heralds a generational shift in the RSS. The Sangh might now pull closer to the BJP, but it still won’t underplay its independent line on critical issues.
Upfront: Uttarakhand Mahakumbh Mela
Astha Aur Samajhdari
Amid second wave of Covid it is a challenging task to control crowed gathered for Haridwar Kumbh. Government has to ensure crowd take bath with caution.
Upfront: Kisan Andolan
Chunavi Gunj Kitni
Farmer leaders went to election bound states and appealing to public that not to give vote to BJP. This appeal create a debate that how much apolitical this agitation is.
Kanunon Ki Arajakta
Main hurdle towards ease of doing in India is plenty of laws and regulations. Even government itself accepting this fact in economic survey 2020.
Special Report: Covid 19
Aayi Doosri Lahar
A sharp spike in cases in recent weeks has health experts and the government worried. What’s causing it?
Uttar Pradesh: Kisan
Kisanon Par Yogi Ka Daon
Agitating farmers are prime concern for UP CM Yogi Adityanath. He took many steps to address concerns of farmers and their welfare.
Phone Taping Ki Fans
The phone-tapping controversy that has kept Rajasthan politics on the boil since the failed coup against Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in July 2020 threatens to embattle him yet again after his government’s admission in the legislative assembly that phones had indeed been “intercepted”. Yet, the issue has sparked a political storm, with the BJP forcing a debate in the assembly on March 17 and raising the matter in the Rajya Sabha on March 19. The party has demanded a CBI inquiry and Gehlot’s resignation.
Bandh Liya Dhar
Boon for dry Bundelkhand is Ken Betwa link project was cleared by both Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh governments.
Assam Ki Jung
Upri Asam me Unche Daon
With the Congress-AIUDF alliance likely to gain in lower Assam and Barak Valley, the BJP-AGP must maintain its dominance in the 47 seats going to polls on March 27
Bengal Ki Jung
Morche par Akale
Mamata plays the lone, injured warrior against the full might of the BJP as West Bengal enters a do-or-die electoral contest
Nation: New Vehicle Scrap policy
Kiske Fayde Ka Sauda
Many questions over government’s new vehicle policy and the issue is that who will get profited from this.