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India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 7th November 2018, issue:

Cover Story: CBI

Raakh Hoti Saakh

A corruption scandal, a bitter turf battle between its top functionaries, and an unprecedented purge in its wake have caused irreparable damage to the credibility of the country’s premier investigative agency. Can the CBI and the

Modi government recover from this setback?


Ayodhya: Mandir Kya Gamechanger

The Sangh parivar steps up the clamour for the Ram temple in Ayodhya as the title suit comes up for hearing.


Special Report: Punjab Rail Durghatna

Rail Patriyon Par Narsamhar

While the Railways and civic authorities play innocent and wag fingers at each other, what lessons can we learn from the disaster?


Upfront: Technology Spardha

Chahiye Drone Acharya

The winners could  bag a Rs 100 crore order to build drone swarms for the IAF, potentially, the largest such sourcing from industry


Arthaat: Majboor Sarkar Ke Fayede!

People are thinking whether Indian democracy is more safe under the command of minority governments as it is witnessing the crisis of its existence under a majority government.


State: Jammu and Kashmir

Ab Uttar Mein Sankat

The stain of militancy has spread northward in the state, coinciding with the step-up in anti-militancy efforts. the number of active militants has crossed 300 for the first time in the past decade.


Kerala: Sabrimala Ka Daav

Political parties are alive to the opportunity the Sabarimala controversy offers them. The Sangh and BJP latched onto the god-sent opportunity to consolidate the Hindutva brigade in ‘God’s own country’.


Nation: Chunavi Sameekaran

Pichhdon Ke Haath Patwar

BJP and Congress, both are trying to woo OBC, almost 50 per cent of total voters in India. But they do not vote en mass to a single party.


Special Report: Prayagraj Kumbh

Kahin Kirkiri Na kara De Kumbh!

The Kumbh is scheduled in January next year and the Uttar Pradesh government is preparing for the religious congregation. Roads, bridge and flyovers are being constructed but people doubt that the works will be completed timely.

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