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India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 18th December 2019, issue: 

Cover Story: Arthvyavastha

Arthvyavastha Mein Jaan Foonkne Ke Nuskhe

Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan offers his prescription to revive the distressed Indian economy.


Special Report: Doorsanchar

Baj Rahi Sankat Ki Ghanti

Cut-throat competition and regulatory uncertainty have scarred the telecom sector. The recent tariff hike may rescue telcos for now, but subscribers will bear the brunt.


Nation: Shastra Qanoon Sanshodhan

Laga To Teer, Nahi...

The government’s proposal to reduce the number of firearms An individual can own unsettles gun owners.


Upfront: Pyaz

Phir-Phir Aansu Ankhiyan Mein

High onion prices have returned to haunt the government. High food prices have also stoked inflation—retail inflation rose to a 16-month high in October, driven by high prices of vegetables, pulses and meat.



Kaise Bache Dharti

At the core of the COP process and the Paris agreement is what happens with greenhouse gas emissions. Everything else follows in its wake.


Transgender: Qanoonan Anyaya

Experts say that amendment in Transgender Persons Protection of Rights Bill 2019 is necessary to give justice to them in sexual crimes. The government is also eager to make changes.


State: Jharkhand

Mazboot Qilay Mein Dikhti Darar

Will the loss of face in Maharashtra, falling economic graph and rising onion prices take a toll on the BJP’s prospects in the state or will local issues decide the verdict?


Uttarakhand: Adhikar Par Tanatani

The state government has constituted a board to look after the management of Char Dham including 51 temples but the move has irked the teerth purohits. Now the government seems to be on back foot.


Arthaat: Hain Aur Bhi Wajahein Mandi Ki

The government is claiming huge success of foreign policy but the foreign trade is bad situation. It is one of the reasons of domestic slump in economy.

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