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India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 24th April 2019 issue: 

Cover Story: Ek Aur Mauka-Aalekh

Doosri Pari?

Driven by the ambition to leave behind an enduring legacy, Narendra Modi launched a raft of schemes as prime minister. Some worked well while others floundered. Will he now be rewarded for his vision or punished for his misculaculations?


Cover Story: 5 Saal ki Modi Sarkar

Kya Modi ne Vada Nibhaya

As the prime minister strides confidently towards Election 2019, an assessment of his government's record on key fronts- from economy, infrastructure and agriculture to defence, home and foreign affairs, tourism, health and education. 


Cover Story: 5 Saal ki Modi Sarkar-Manifesto VS manifesto

`Vade aur Irade

A comparison of the big ticket plans and promises being offered by the BJP and the Congress.  



Cover Story: 5 Saal ki Modi Sarkar-Economy

Feeki Chamak

Despite Making bold with reform measures like GST, the Modi years might be remembered for the economic slowdown, the shocks of demonetisation, the agrarian distress and the big job scare. 


Cover Story: 5 Saal ki Modi Sarkar-Infrastructure

Khatta Meetha Anubhav

The infrastructure story has two sides- big strides in roads and power while railways and aviation have lagged


Janadesh 2019:Teesra Charan- Uttar Pradesh

Khoya Garh Jeetne ki Chunauti

Third phase of Loksabha Election 2019 is real challenge for Yadav family Stalwarts. Question is can Akhilesh Yadav win seats of his party's old vote bank this time which they lost in Modi wave-2014. Shivpal Yadav's Pragatisheel Samajwadi Party also trying to gain some ground. 


Janadesh 2019: Social Media

Bekabu Internet Chunavi Morcha

Social media platforms are new battlegrounds for political parties during the elections. Parties spending crores of rupees on social media campaign but election commission is unable to check spending as well as fake news. 




The Tide Is Turning

Security forces neutralized 2 Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militants who kidnapped a 12 year local schoolboy to discourage army to launch a full-sacle war against them. Schoolboy was also dead. One terrorist was also behind six civilian killings last year. Tragic incident  of boy's killing changed local residents perception about terrorists and they now vocal about terrorists and their activities. 




Abba Ki Virasat

Hidayat Husain Khan, son of legendry musician Vilayat Khan making contemporary his father's legacy and is also getting the sitar to play his tune. 

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