Highlights of India Today Hindi 18th September 2019, issue:
Cover Story: Arthvyavastha
There is no denying the fact of the slowdown. And it will take bold interventions—both structural and short term—to pull the economy out of this deep rut.
Cover Story: Visheshagyon Ki Raaye
Jaan Foonkne Ke Upaye
Eight economists offer their prescription for the ailing economy.
Special Report: Sena Ka Harawal Dasta
The army’s gameplan for wars fought under a nuclear overhang kicks off with manoeuvres on the China border. Can Integrated Battle Groups make the Indian army a more potent force?
Special Report: NRC
Apne He Ghar Mein Hue Beganay
Why the much-awaited National Register of Citizens in Assam has left its most vocal proponents red-faced and unhappy.
Special Report: Expressway
Siyasi Taqat Badhane Ka Expressway
Yogi Adityanath wants to complete as many development projects as possible just before 2022 assembly elections. But how are his expressway projects doing?
State: West Bengal
Abhi Jama Nahin Prashant Ka Rang
The poll strategist Prashant Kishor’s revival plans for Trinamool Congress rub party leaders, state officials the wrong way.
Madhya Pradesh: Congress Mein Kalah
Congress infighting is now out in the open, with a minister pointing a finger at ‘meddlesome’ Digvijaya. Rahul’s exit as party president has led to his nominees looking for new political godfathers.
Upfront: Jammu and Kashmir
Saare Darwaze Band
Kashmir’s economy has been hit hard with every sector downsizing and suffering huge losses. Even at companies where employees have been retained, lay-offs are expected with no return to normalcy in sight.
Mananiyon Ki Mauj
Himachal Pradesh assembly passed three bills to give special allowances to MLAs, ministers and speakers. Now activists are opposing the move.
New Traffic Rules
Gaadiwale, Gaadi Dheere
Violation of traffic rules may put a big hole in your pocket and you may land up in jail. A summary of new rules for our readers.
Arthaat: Madi Ke Aar-Paar
The next quarter may be worse than the previous one but whenever the economy recovers, things will not be same as monopoly will come up.