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India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 29th June 2022, issue: 

Cover Story: Heart Attack

Mushkil Me hai Dil

Sudden heart attacks are catching Young and seemingly healthy Indians unawares despite a wealth of diagnostic and treatment advances. What are we missing?

Upfront: Army recruitment

Agnipath Par Uthte Sawal Kitne Sahi?

The Agnipath initiative to fill the lowest posts like Sailors in the army has been stuck in controversy and youth were staging violent protests across the country. In fact, the scheme is part of defence reforms. 

Upfront: Jharkhand

Adivasiyon ko rijhane ki kavayad

BJP trying to gain support of tribes of the state by organizing events and reminding what the party and central government did to empower this community.

Upfront: Goa

Mandiron se Jagti nayi siyasi ummeed

Chief Minister of Goa Pramod Sawant formed a hindutava agenda for next 5 years. He will built the temples those were destroyed by protégées during their 450 years of rule in the land of Goa. 

Upfront: Punjab

Sangrur me Kattar Muqable Ki Banti Hawa

Political parties are trying to exploit public sentiments in Sangrur by elections, the seat was vacant after comedy king Bhagwant Man resigned from the seat to become chief minister of the state.  Murder of singer Moosewala will also leave an impact on elections.

Special Report: Demolition in Uttar Pradesh

Dhahane Ki Rajneeti

In states like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi, punitive action by way of the bulldozing of houses is being taken against ‘criminals’ and ‘masterminds’ of violent protests. Couched in building laws and backed by state police, how legal are such demolitions?

Special Report: Uttar Pradesh By Elections

By Elections of Rampur and Azamgarh Loksabha seats is so important for Samajwadi party and especially Rampur elections are directly related to its leader Azam Khan.

Special Report: Cast Census

Mandal 2.0 ka Aagaz

The cast census, initiated by Bihar CM in the state will impact politics and future of society in a big manner.


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