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India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 11th December 2019, issue: 

Cover Story: Essay

Nayee Sanskriti, Naye Nayak

It is said language is a slow traveller and it rarely crosses political borders. But with rising number of Hindi speakers and thanks to prosperity and technology the lingua franca of North India has broken many boundaries. The magazine celebrates the fountain heads of cultural energy in its 33rd anniversary. It has done profile story of 30 such celebrities.


Buvan Bam: Virtual Bhuvan Ka Sitara

Bam's YouTube channel BB Ki Vines has more the 15 million subscribers base.


Gaur Gopal Das: Naye daur Ka Prerak Varta

The international lifestyle coach is a New Age inspirational guru.


Naved Khan: Khushiyon Ka Payambar

RJ Naved is known for his prank calls and social messages.


Maithili Thakur: Mitila Ki Maitihili

This folk singer from Bihar has more than 2.1 million followers.


Himanshu Bajpayee: Kamyabi Ki Naujawan Dastan

This Lucknow boy is known for his Dastangoi and his latest book Qissa Qissa Lakhnauwa.


Neeraj Kunder: Seedhi Ka Sanskriti Sadhak

This Madhya Pradesh theatre activist is active in cultural field.


Sayema Rehman: Mera Paigham  Muhabbat Hai...

The presenter of Radio Mirchi's Purani Jeans has many things to share with her audiences.


Nisha Madhulika: Zubaan Se Dil Tak

The original Hindi food vlogger uses no onion and garlic in her recipes and has 7.89 million followers on YouTube.


Amit Sagar: Gadhwali Geeton Ka Star

The Garhwali singer is famous for his fusion music.


Raunac: Khyali Baua Ka Asli Janak

The most popular RJ is known for his prank calls and his satire on politicians.


Annu Awasthi: Pahichan To Gaye Hoiho

He is known know for his satires on social and political issues.


Chandan Tiwari: Leek Se Alag Kheenchi Badi Lakeer

The folk singer is promoting the legacy of Bhojpuri songs.


Sapna Chaudhary: Manoranjan Ki Desi Malika

The ragini singer-dancer from Haryana has more than 20 billion views on YouTube.

Anuj Sharma: Chhattisgarhiya Raja

He has got best actor of Chhattisgarhi films for nine times.


Mallika Dua: Comedy Ki Dilli Girl

The comedy girl's YouTube channel has 3.97 million followers.


Sanam Puri: Chhed Di Hai Sahi Taan

His band presents classical songs in a new style best suited to youngsters.


Pritam Bharatvan: Pahadi Virasat Ka Dhwajwahak

This man has made popular the pahadi folk songs and instruments.


Baby Imran: Rayee Se Chadh Gayeen Pahad

This Rai dancer has produced Bundeli folk dance with a twist.


Sonali Phogat:Jujharoo Jazba

This Tik Tok sensation is a vice president of Haryana BJP's women cell.


Amarendra Tripathi: Awadhi Ki Sugandh

He is the editor of India's first Awadhi website and YouTube channel.


Deshraj Pateriya: Bundeli Rangat Mein Bemisaal

This Bundeli folk singer's has more than 30 million views of his videos on YouTube.


Nirmal Chandra Dandariyal: Pahad Ki Peeda Ka Chitera

Her film Moti Bagh has been nominated for the Oscar and got three national awards.


Gunjan Singh: Bol Bum Se Bulandi Ki Ore

He is a famous Bhojpuri singer and actor though he is from Magadh area.


Murari Lal: Aur Murari Ban Gya Hero

This Rajasthani comedian is popular among folks and earns handsome amount from YouTube.


Bhupesh Roy: Theatre Ka Chitera

The theatre personality from Lucknow runs Repertwa Cafe which promotes theatre.


Rasik Agashe and M Zeeshan Ayub: Rahi Oonche Maqsad Ke

This theatre and acting couple has made a theatre group Being Association.


Vishwajit Pratap Singh: Satta Par Kataksh Karte Pita-Putra

His Magadhi Boys Facebook page presents satire on political class.


Manish Joshi: Haryane Ka Hausla

He is a famous theatre personality from Haryana.


Ramesh Dubey: Comedy Ka Awadhi Andaz

He is an Awadhi comedian and his YouTube has four lakh subscribers.


Pankaj Prasoon: Vigyan Aur Vyangya Ki Chemistry

This poet has made science popular through his poems.


Special Report: Maharashtra Gathbandhan

Sher Ki Sawari Ke Tewar

Uddhav Thackeray’s ability to pursue a governance agenda will be severely constrained. By agreeing with his new allies to soft-pedal Hindutva, he has signalled his intent to play ball.


Special Report: Maharashtra-Sharad Pawar

Baji Palatne Ka Pawar

The shrewd NCP boss demonstrated his political skill and stamina in brokering an alliance between the Congress and the Shiv Sena—and then seeing off the BJP’s attempt to win over his own MLAs.


Special Report: Maharshtra-BJP

Palat Gayee Bisaat

Its desperate moves to engineer defections have exposed the BJP’s tall claims to being a principled party. The RSS too is unhappy with ‘the moral drift’ but has kept a tactical silence.


Upfront: ISIS

Aatank Ke Rangroot

98 people are estimated to have migrated from Kerala with their families since May 2016 to join the ISIS in Afghanistan.


Nazariya: AFRS

Fir Har Pal Hogi Aap Par Nazar

Facial recognition pilots run by the Delhi police haD an accuracy rate of less than 1 per cent.


Arthaat: ...Door Talak Jayegi

The days of cooperative federalism seems to be over with the BJP losing states to its opposition.


States: West Bengal

NRC Se Do-Do Haath

With the NRC looming over Bengal, Mamata Banerjee grants land rights to refugees and argues how the register will undermine the interests of both Hindus and Muslims.


Jammu-Kashmir: Barfbari Se Bebus

Unseasonal heavy snow and the lockdown in the Valley have crippled farmers. Rs 10,000 crore is J&K’s horticulture industry; 700,000 families or 3.5 million people are involved

directly or indirectly.

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