Highlights of India Today Hindi 4th November 2020, issue: Cover Story: Bihar Assambely Elections
Safalta Ke Samikaran
With the force of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s charisma behind him, Nitish Kumar may yet buck anti-incumbency to win another term as chief minister, finds a Lokniti-CSDS opinion poll
Upfront: J&K Jila Vikas Parishad
Takrav Ka Naya Morche
Union government amended the Jammu and Kashmir Panchayati Raj Rules, 1996, paving the way for elected District Development Councils (DDCs), a new third tier in the panchayati raj set-up of the Union territory that came into being on August 5, 2019. Political parties are upset with this move.
ED-Tech Ka Jamana
Covid Lockdown opened the gateway for E-learning companies. Ed tech startup and companies thriving in this time ofdistance learning.
Upfront : Covid 19
Doosri Lahar Ke Liye Taiyari
The daily number of active cases is declining, but with the festive season upon us, India is bracing itself for a second wave
Sharton Wali Rahat
Central government announcement of demand stimulus relief package relating to government employees LTC comes with unusual riders. These riders suppresses employees to avail LTC.
Arthat: Sabse Badi Sale
Government planned for stake sale and privatization of its companies. What it really means for economy of country.
Nation : Andhra Pradesh
Jagan Banam Judge
Andhra Pradesh chief minister Jaganmohan wrote a letter to CJI alleging corruption charges against kin of a judge which turns out a major controversy.
Special Report : Chinese Goods
Bajar Ka bahishkar
Dull demand in the festive season not a result of boycott of Chinese products but due to lockdown impact. People are not turning to market.
Kaise Mandraye Drone Ke Jhund
The armed forces, behind the curve on weaponised drones, are rushing to fill the gap through imports. The tougher ask, though, is to develop an indigenous ecosystem for these must-have platforms
India’s Best B-School
Desh Ke Sarvsheshth Business School
The 2020 India Today Group-MDRA survey, more robust than ever, finds that Indian B-Schools are in the midst of a fundamental transformation—partly to adjust to a post-Covid world, but also to improve infrastructure, pedagogy and career outcomes