Highlights of India Today Hindi 14th November 2018, issue:
Cover Story: Assembly Elections 2018
Pareesksha Ki Ghadi
The fate of three CMs (Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Raman Singh and Vasundhra Raje) in December could determine which way 2019 will go for the BJP and Congress. That’s why December 11 will also be a referendum of sorts on the invincibility of Narendra Modi.
Furr-Furr Udne Lage Totay
The unprecedented public spat last month between the top two officers of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has embarrassed Prime Minister Narendra Modi, undermining his image as a great organiser with an iron grip on the bureaucracy.
Sarkar Banam Reserve Bank
Dono Ki Saakh Daon Par
Short of shouting from the rooftops, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) officials and the government have made their animosity against each other quite explicit. The unspoken has been spoken.
In Junglon Mein Varjit Hai Chunavi Hawa
In south Chhattisgarh’s Maoist zones, the state’s writ does not run. A battle of wills has started as the election process gets under way. The Maoists have allegedly threatened to chop off fingers found marked with voting ink.
Bihar: Bhajpa Youn Jhuki
The party, wary of losing yet another ally, gives in to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s demands. It’s a big climbdown as the BJP now has the highest number of Lok Sabha seats in Bihar.
Ek Aur 'Ayodhya' Ki Taiyari
Bharatiya Janta Party is eyeing to make inroads in the South by polarising the society in the name of famous Kerala temple Sabrimala. The party is hell bent upon violating the Supreme Court's order allowing entry of women of all ages in the temple.
Nation: Uttar Pradesh
Ganna Ugakar Phans Gaye Kisaan
The farmers are again facing the problem of plenty. This time they have grown a bumper crop of sugar cane and they are now selling at lower prices out of distress. The state government knows the situation.
Special Report: Sri Lanka
Sirisena Ki Karwatein
President Maithripala Sirisena stunned the island nation by sacking his PM,
suspending parliament and bringing back a pro-China leader, Mahinda Rajapaksa. Sri Lanka is in political turmoil.
Luxury Special: Luxury Ke Parwan Chadhte Pahlu
Small is big and niche is the new normal as luxury brands go on a reinvention spree to find appeal among younger consumers.