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India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 15th September 2021, issue: 

Cover Story:  OTT Platforms 

Manoranjan Ki Malikayen 

The powerful women heading the OTT channels are driving the streaming revolution in entertainment across Indian Homes amidst the pandemic 

Upfront: Covid-19 

Corona Ki Teesri Lahar Ki Kashmakash 

On August 29, India reported 43,000 new cases. It should have been a day of relief, considering only three and a half months ago the country was clocking over 400,000 new cases daily. However, health experts remain concerned by the pandemic situation, particularly since 67 per cent of the new cases added on August 29 came from just one state—Kerala. 

Upfront: Punjab 

Marj Badhta Hi Ja Raha 

Tussle between CM Amarinder singh camp and state congress chief Navjot siddhu camp intensified day by day.  To roll out an effective campaign, the Congress urgently needs to set its house in order. The problem is finding a way to keep Sidhu and Amarinder on the same page and to keep the aggressive Sidhu in check. 

Upfront: BJP-Shivsena Tussle 

Mumbai Ka Raja Kaun 

The cold war between the BJP and Shiv Sena is likely to escalate as elections near for the 15 major municipal corporations in Maharashtra, including Mumbai. The friends-turned-foes are busy scoring points against each other at a time when the state still faces a crisis on the Covid-19 pandemic front. The ruling Shiv Sena fired the first salvo when the Maharashtra police arrested Narayan Rane, the Union minister for MSME, on August 24 in Ratnagiri for allegedly making derogatory remarks against chief minister Uddhav Thackeray. He was arrested but granted bail the same night. 

Upfront: Goa 

Siyasi  Hamsafar Ki Talash 

As the goa assembly election draws near, political parties are exploring potential alliances.


Na Hota Ye To Ka Hota …

Discussion on disinvestment of government owned companies is mere a political debate. You can choose lesser loss making options. If government can achieve the target to sell companies then there is no change will be visible on life of a common man.

Special Report:  Defence

Russsi  Hathiyaron Ki Nai Khep

A string of new defence deals sets the stage for the forthcoming face-to-face summit between Prime Minister Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Special Report: Bahujan Samaj Party

Kya Bahanji Kar payangi Palatwar?

Ahead of the 2022 UP assembly election, Mayawati is once again betting on the Dalit-Brahmin combination that had helped her party clinch the 2007 election, when it won 206 of the 403 assembly seats. Bahujan Samaj party’s national general secretary and Rajya Sabha MP Satish Chandra Misra decided to hold ‘Prabuddha Vichar Goshthis (conference of the enlightened)’ in 60 districts of Uttar Pradesh. The first of these was held in Ayodhya on July 23. The final one will be held on September 7 in Lucknow and will be addressed by Mayawati.

Automobile: Electric Vehicle

Ab Bijli Wali Scooty Se Napiye Shahar

They are hot, good-looking and promise to be cheaper to maintain. The arrival of trendy two-wheeler EVs perks up the segment.

India Today MDRA Best College Survey 2021: Uttar Bharat Ke Top Colleges

Which are the best colleges in the streams of arts, science, commerce, medical, engineering, architecture, law, BBA and BCA.


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