Highlights of India Today Hindi-12th December 2018, issue:
Cover Story: Rajnikanth
"Khatarnak Hai Siyasat"
It is Rajinikanth’s hour of reckoning. Will 2.0 make or mar his political future? His political fortunes now ride on the success of 2.0. If it proves to be another superhit, it will put his entry into Tamil Nadu’s political arena on the fast track.
Phir Wahi Mandir Ki Zameen
With an eye on the 2019 Lok Sabha election, a competitive pitch for the construction of the Ram temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya is on in the Sangh parivar. Sangh outfits will likely raise the pitch after Dec. 11, once Parliament session begins and state poll results are in.
Eendhan Ke Daam: Tel Ke Jale Par Marham
After reaching a high of over $86 a barrel on October 3, oil prices have swung to their lowest in the year. A $1 reduction in crude prices will lower India’s import bill by $1.6 billion per year.
Humko Bhi Saath Le Lein
Uddhav’s Ram temple call signals his eagerness to ally with the BJP for 2019. The BJP has welcomed Uddhav’s overture as “a narrow lane that could turn into a highway”.
Karnataka: Machhliyon Par Mathaphodi
Goa’s ban on fish imports over suspicion of contamination sparks protests in Karnataka. before the ban, 900-1,000 tonnes of sea fish were being supplied
to Goa per day.
Special Report: Air India
Koi Ummeed Bar Nahi Aati
The government embarks on another exercise to revive national carrier Air India, but the outcome seems obvious.
Special Report: Amit Shah
Naya Andaaz, Naya Imtihaan
From chief strategist to mass campaigner, the assembly polls have seen Amit Shah emerge as a crowd-puller in his own right. What does this mean in the BJP’s battle for the heartland?
Special Report: Uttar Pradesh
Betiyon Ki Hatya Ke Gunahgaar
There are anomalies in the rules to curb sex determination during pregnancy and people are illegally operating in the state while the government machinery overlooking the racket.
Vidhan Sabha Chunav: Rajasthan
Kaante Ka Muqabla
PM Modi’s entry into the poll campaign was always going to be tricky for the congress. But state chief Sachin Pilot seems to have his bases covered.