Highlights of India Today Hindi 12th February 2020, issue:
Cover Story: Nirbhaya-Der Bhi, Andher Bhi
Nirbhaya ka Balidan Kaise Koe Kaam Na Aaya
The 2012 Nirbhaya gangrape-murder case pushed the government to overhaul laws against sexual offences and take measures for the safety of women. But seven years on, little has changed on the ground
Upfront: CORONA VIRUS
The epicentre may be Wuhan, in China, where the virus was identified in early December, but cases of the deadly Coronavirus have been reported in over a dozen countries across the world, from Australia to the US, to Germany and Sri Lanka. Coronavirus, some scientists argue, might be even more dangerous to humans than others such as SARS.
Yogi Adityanath government of Uttarpradesh started Gangayatra from Bijnore to Baliya on January 27th. During Yatra different scheme of development will be initiated.
Delhi: Talwaren Myan Se Bahar Niklin
In final moments of campaigning for Delhi assembly Bhartiya Janta Party has changed its strategy from development to now national issues like CAA, NPR, Muslim issues etc.
Punjab: Badal ke Dabdabe par Chhaye Badal
Akali Dal leadership faces new challenge within party. Many leaders are not happy with the manner Badal’s running the party. On the other hand old ally BJP is also looking to make separate way. BJP trying to lure Akali rebels.
Special Story : Priyanka Gandhi
In Uttar Pardesh Congress is struggling to stand on its feet since long time. Now this responsibility has taken by party General Secratry Priyanka Gandhi. She is travelling frequently to different parts of the state and changed office bearers in a big manner.
Arthat: 29 Bajton ka Sawal
The solution to beat current slowdown will not emerge from one central government budget. Budget of states matters to solve this problem.
The Big Story: Ekta Me Taqat
As chief of defence staff, General Bipin Rawat begins india’s long-pending military reforms. the difficult part—setting up theatre commands—is being kept for the last.
Fursat-Jholi Bhar Virasat
Touring India this winter, Ustad Zakir Hussain says he only gives the world what his father gave him.