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India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 31st October 2018, issue:

Cover Story: Arthvyavastha

Haath Se Nikalte Halaat

A raft of issues—both global and domestic— threaten to derail the economy, posing fresh challenges to the Narendra Modi government in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections. And a quick turnaround is not on the cards.


Upfront: Pratishodh

#MeToo Ka Shikar

In the end, the pressure was too much for even a brazen, blustering M.J. Akbar to withstand. BJP sources murmured that Akbar had initially been advised by the party to take legal action instead.


Arthaat:Baazi Palatne Wale!

There is indeed rural distress and the ruling party may have to face the wrath of rural voters. The simmering anger in villages almost defeated BJP in Gujarat assembly elections.


State: Pashchim Bengal

Jaanch Ki Siyasat

TMC, BJP trade charges on scams as state and central agencies corner politicians. TMC leaders allege it’s a BJP bid to create a controversy around Mamata ahead of 2019.


Kerala: Sabarimala Par Bawal

Contradictory pulls in the Sangh parivar bring relief to an embattled CM. The CM underlines his stand on allowing women of all ages into the temple.



Siyasi Hangame Mein HAL

India’s aerospace PSU giant is starved for orders and struggling to stay afloat. It’s also now caught in a political crossfire between the Congress and the  government.


Special Report: Statue of Unity

Buland Aur Bhavya

How Sardar Patel’s giant statue in Gujarat, to be inaugurated by the Prime Minister on October 31, overcame engineering challenges to stand tall.


Special Report: Samajwadi Party

Akhilesh Yadav is trying his best to prepare his party for the next general election in 2019 but he has to deal with the challenges posed by his uncle Shivpal Yadav to make SP a force to reckon with in the state.


Nation: Uttarakhand

Swachhta Abhiyan Par Dhabba

Former IIT professor GD Agrawal alias Swami Sanand finally left for his heavenly abode after fasting for 112 days leaving behind uncomfortable questions for the state and centre's BJP governments.


Nation: Paryavaran

Phir Dhundh Ki Chaadar

The Punjab and Haryana governments are facing farmers protests as they are not ready to implement crop stubble plan as Delhi is yet to face another bout of bad weather next week.

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