Highlights of India Today Hindi 8th January 2020, issue:
Cover Story: Surkhiyon Ke Sartaaj: Do Ka Dum/Narendra Modi Aur Amit shah
Aalekh/Raj Chengappa: Jodi Ka Jalwa Barkaraar
The prime minister and his home minister dominated the Indian political landscape in 2019, setting a new, radical agenda for the country.
Cover Story: Anya Surkhiyon Ke Sartaaj: Supreme Court
Pranjal Kishore: Dhulmul Insaaf
A few notable exceptions aside, 2019 showed the vulnerability of the Supreme Court, and its willingness to bow to an assertive Executive.
Cover Story: Anya Surkhiyon Ke Sartaaj: Abhinandan Varthaman (IAF Pilot)
Hausle Ki Jeet
His exemplary valour and calm under enemy pressure earned the young wing commander the admiration of his entire country.
Cover Story: Anya Surkhiyon Ke Sartaaj: Nirmala Sitaraman (Union Finance Minister)
Mushkil Morche Par Ladti Yoddha
Taking charge at a time when economic growth is at a six-year low, India's first woman finance minister is firefighting on all fronts.
Cover Story: Anya Surkhiyon Ke Sartaaj: Rahul Gandhi (Congress MP)
Kho Gaye Rajkumar
Unable to direct the course of events in his party, Rahul Gandhi chose to withdraw from it. But can his departure ever be permanent?
Cover Story: Anya Surkhiyon Ke Sartaaj: Sharad Pawar and Uddhav Thackeray (Politician)
They put their common goal over political rivalry to script a new chapter in Maharashtra politics.
Cover Story: Anya Surkhiyon Ke Sartaaj: Abhijit Banerjee (Economist)
Gharibi Se Ladta Yoddha
Banerjee and Duflo's decade-long work on poverty and development economics fetches them the Nobel Prize in Economics.
Cover Story: Anya Surkhiyon Ke Sartaaj: Shaktikant Das (Governer, RBI)
The RBI head kas easily mended Centre-RBI ties. Fixing the economy is proving more difficult.
Cover Story: Anya Surkhiyon Ke Sartaaj: Saurav Ganguly (BCCI President)
Dada Ki Ab Doosri Pari
Saurav Ganguly, the man who many believe helped Indian cricket grow a spine, now heads the BCCI.
Surkhiyan: CAA Ka Virodh
Mansoobe Par Sandeh
The developments indicates the Modi government is under tremendous pressure over the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, fuelled by fear over the NRC.
Naya Saal Nayi Chunauti
Food price rise continues and indications shows it has to stay for quite some time, not good for already slumping economy.