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India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 27th November 2019, issue: 

Cover Story: Ayodhya: Lead

Beeti Tahi Bisar De, Aage Ki Sudh Lay

The Supreme Court verdict in the Ayodhya case is an opportunity for both communities to step back from the brink, realise their follies and work together for a new India.


Cover Story: Ayodhya: Mandir Ki Rooprekha

Ram Ka Mandir

A galvanised Sangh Parivar now believes that the ram temple will be ready in time for the next general election in 2024.


Cover Story: Ayodhya: 1992 Babri Vidhvans Muqadma

The criminal case against those accused of the demolition of Babri Masjid needs closure as well.


Cover Story: Ayodhya: Ghatnakram

Bharat Ka Sabse Charchit Vivaad

No other issue has occupied so much political space in the country over the last four decades.


Cover Story: Ayodhya: Muslim Nazariya

Prajay Ki Virasat

A community that has grown accustomed to the triumph of their antagonists meets the verdict with more resignation than disappointment.


Cover Story: Ayodhya: Rajnaitik Parinam

Ek Hi Saf Mein Sab

With opposition parties accepting the verdict and a key issue on its agenda settled, the BJP will have one less plank to unite the Hindu vote in its favour.


Cover Story: Ayodhya: Faisla

Bareek Santulan Ki Banagi

Six reasons why the unanimous verdict by the Supreme Court relied on the principle of equity and is guided by evidence of title rather than by faith and belief.


Cover Story: Ayodhya: Perspective

Sakshyon Par Sawal

While Muslims were required to summon evidence spanning three centuries, scant evidence pointing to Hindu “belief” and “assertion” was considered sufficient.


Cover Story: Ayodhya: Perspective

Bahusankhyak Ka Nyaya

The verdict hinges on a move that is akin to blaming the victim, and it is unlikely to be remembered as an example of great jurisprudence.


Photo Feature: Kartarpur

The opening of the Kartarpur Corridor on November 9 was an emotional moment for Indian Sikh pilgrims. Might it also pave the way for good neighbourly relations and an elusive trust between the two countries?


Nation: Maharashtra

...Khajoor Mein Atke

The state heads for president’s rule as the congress-ncp weigh the merits of extending support to Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray.


Upfront: Arthvyavastha

Lambi Dhalan

The government’s worst fears about the economy may be coming true.


Arthaat: Kranti Ka Shokant

It is rare case of improvidence of a government as it has resulted in almost total destruction of one of the biggest successes of India in the field of telecommunication.

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