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India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi-28th November 2018, issue:

Cover Story: Diabetes

Meethi Maut

As diabetes tightens its lethal grip on more and more Indians, new research, treatments, drugs and delivery mechanisms help us understand the nature of the beast. But how can we beat it?


Bharat Ke Best B-School, 2018

The IIMs are still top of the heap and competition has made B-schools innovate to stay ahead of the curve, finds the India Today Group-MDRA survey


Special Report: Economy

Kaise Ban Gayeen

The crisis in India’s non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) is bound to hang heavy over the upcoming RBI board meeting. Is a solution in sight?


Upfron: Rafale

Viman Ka Tilism

The government was left breathing easy on November 14 after the Supreme Court heard a petition on the Rs 59,000 crore deal to buy 36 Rafale jets from France. With the government defensive on the deal, the court’s ruling will have a huge effect on the upcoming elections.


Vanyjeev: Insaani Panje Mein Baghin

Hours after a Maharashtra forest department team gunned down the tigress Avni on the night of November 2, a political slugfest ensued on whether the alleged man-eater was sacrificed in accordance with procedures laid down by the Supreme Court.


State: Madhya Pradesh

Badal Liya Rasta

The BJP was not so daring, after all, with its nominations, but has been hit by rebellion in its ranks anyway. Contrary to expectations, the Congress has far fewer rebels than the BJP.


Pashchim Bengal: Bhagwa Kheme Mein Tanatani

The Mukul Roy-Dilip Ghosh spat does not augur well for the party. That Roy has been given a central role in candidate selection is a sore point for Ghosh.


Special Report: FSSAI

Kaur Kaur Mein Kadwahat

Indian food security authority has given a controversial order to fortify packaged food with micro nutrients. Now people are alleging that the authority is playing with their lives.


Special Report: Naam Parivartan

Naam Ke Mayene Bade

Uttar Pradesh's BJP government is pursuing the agenda of Hindutva by changing names of places in the state. But it has huge financial aspects attached to it.




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