Highlights of India Today Hindi 11th September 2019, issue:
Kashmir Ki Bisat: Kya Modi ko Milegi Kamyabi
The Modi Government radically resets the political status quo in Kashmir. Can it pull it off. By overturning Article 370 early in his second term, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has fulfilled a key demand of the ruling Bhartiya Janta Party and its ideological flagship, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
Surkhiyan: Engine Start Karne ke Upay
Auto sector in the country facing severe demand crises. To boost condition of economy Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced various measures on 23rd October.
Surkhiyan: Rahat Ki Pudiya
Reserve bank of India decided to transfer surplus of Rs 1.76 lakh crores to government of India. But, there is no clarity that how government will spend this money.
Surkhiyan: INX ka Saya
Former finance minister facing trouble due to his alleged involvement in INX media case. After arresting him CBI continuously grilling him.
Surkhiyan: Ektarfa Bahas, Ektarfa Rok
After Parliamentary Election defeat Congress decided not to send its spokespersons in TV debates for one month. But, after 3 months party still not sending spokespersons in these debates.
Rajasthan: Bechare Bagh
The Ranthambore and Sariska tiger Reserves see a precipitous fall in their rankings.
Haryana: Doosra Rasta
Congress leader Bhupendra Singh Hooda weaving new political equations for coming assembly election. He made a panel to formulate election strategies.
Bihar: Chal Gaya Chabuk
Chief Minister Nitish removes 386 tainted and non performing SHOs.
Baatcheet: Akhilesh Yadav "Bhavishya me SP kisi bhi party se gathbandhan nahi karegi
Samajwadi party chief Akhilesh Yadav clearly says that his party will not form an alliance with any party in next Uttar pradesh assembly elections.
Politics: Maharashtra-Badi Chunavi Jang Ki Jordaar Taiyari
Administrative goodwill, a can-do reputation and effective publicity- Devendra Fadnavis seems to have the right weaponry for the forthcoming state assembly election.
Furast: Camera me Bhagwan
having just released a book on Tirupathi, photographer Raghu Rai says his God exists only in his camera.