Highlights of India Today Hindi 19th June 2019, issue:
Cover Story: Amit Shah
India’s internal security landscape is set for a radical shift under the new Union home minister.
Special Report: BJP
Prior to the general election BJP was supposed to be on back foot in most of the states but some of the foot soldiers and dark horses worked hard and the party fared better than it did in 2014.
Special Report: Lok Sabha
Saansadon Se Badla Sadan Ka Chehra
More educated professionals, more millionaires, a few more women, younger MPs and a rejig of caste equations. What the changing face of Lok Sabha means for the Indian democracy?
Special Report: West Bengal
Kaise Lagi Didi Ke Qile Mein Sendh
Forcing the Left to move Right, wooing TMC’s disgruntled leaders and building a strong organisation at the grassroots level were key elements of the BJP’s ‘Mission Bengal’ strategy.
Special Report: Madhya Pradesh
Kursi Bachane Ki Badhi Kashmakash
Rattled by the Lok Sabha defeat, Chief Minister Kamal Nath looks to
ward off a looming threat to his government from an upbeat BJP.
Uttar Pradesh: Pareeksha Dhandhali
Jitni Pareekshayen, Utni Dhandhali
Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission is again in the news for bad reasons as the question paper for LT Grade Teachers Recruitment Examination leaked and subsequently the examination controller was arrested.
State: West Bengal
Mamta Ne Shuroo Ki Safai
The West Bengal chief minister is going after ‘traitors’, both in her party and the state administration.
Congress Ko Sanjeevni?
Days after the Lok Sabha debacle, the party scores a morale-lifting victory in the municipal polls.
Sust Padti Arthvyavastha Ko Kaise Phir Se Dein Raftar
The worst fears of India’s policymakers seem to have come true. India’s economy grew at its lowest rate in the past five years as private investment slowed and agriculture, industry and exports continued to slacken.
Arthaat: Sookha Hai Sada Ke Liye
India has witnessed normal monsoon for the last ten years still almost half of the country is reeling under severe drought. When will our policy makers understand that the water crisis has crossed the limit of good monsoon.
Cinema: Garmiyon Ki Aawak
Just in case the cricket gets to you, playing in a theatre near you for there are many films to be released in summer.