Highlights of India Today Hindi 21st November 2018, issue:
Cover Story: Challanges before Made in India Space Mission
Chand Chhone Ki Chunauti
The Grand ambition of sending a manned mission into space by 2022 has spin off befnefites far beyond the bragging rights that will accrue to the fourth space superpower. Indian scientist perfecting technologies for this mission which termed Gaganyaan by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Upfront: Ram Temple
Ayodhya Ki Taraf Wapsi
The Supreme Court of India refused to expedite the hearings in disputed Babri Masjid case, a demand made by Uttar Pradesh Government. But the issue of Ayodhya is is akin to life and death for proponents of Hindutva. Congress leaders said that in every five years BJP tries to polarise views on the Ram mandir.
Unchi Dukan, Fike Pakwan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that loans will be sanctioned online to MSMEs and their cash flows guranteed through an e-discounting platform. Experts see it as a politically motivated and economically unsound pie-in-the-sky initiative, pointing out that lenders are not likely to warm to the idea.
Ghati Ke Bahar Bhi Sankat
Pakistan supported terrorist started killings of innocent people in areas like Kishtwar, which had been proclaimed "militancy-free" years age. It indicates that now militant outfits once again expanding their footprints beyond the Vally.
The congress-led alliance finally looks like it will give a gough fight to the TRS and CM K Chandrashekhar Rao in coming Assembly Elections. Congress will contest 95 out of 119 seats while TDP from 14 seats.
Big Story: Political Funding
Paisa Kahan Se Pa Rahi Hain Partiyan
Election funding in india remains an opaque, black money driven exercise, and the 'Reforms' have only made it worse. Anonymous cash donations to political parties lowered to Rs. 2,000 from 20,000. Critics saying this will not change anything on the ground.
Nation: Uttar Pradesh
Siyasi Zameen Vapas Pane Ka Sangharsh
Rashtriya Lok Dal Chief Ajit Singh making all attempts to gain it's foothold in lost ground of Western UP. He is also playing emotional card in name of Jats and farmer leader Mahendra Singh Tikait.
Q&A: Satyavadi Samlaingik
Manvendra Singh Gohil, the first openly gay Prince of says that he got good response from community on Supreme Court's verdict of section 377. "LGBTQs are already their in Indian culture.