India Today - Hindi
India Today - Hindi

India Today - Hindi

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Highlights of India Today Hindi 3rd February 2021, issue:    

Mood of the Nation survey Jan 2021 

Modi Aur Hindutva Ka Bolbala 

Narendra Modi retains the people’s confidence and their vote despite Covid, negative economic growth and Chinese aggression. His party’s right-wing agenda is also finding increasing public support 

Upfront: Facebook Whatsapp Data Sharing 

Kisko Mila Mera Deta? 

Whatsapp intention to introduce new privacy policy made Indian users angry. By this new policy whatsapp wants more data from users against this move there is PILs in Supreme Court. Government also against this and warned the company.  

Upfront: West Bengal Election 

Nau Ki Takat 

In the 2019 Lok Sabha election, the nine districts of south Bengal delivered 19 of 22 seats for the Trinamool Congress (TMC). In terms of assembly segments, it translated into 138 seats—two thirds of the TMC tally in the last assembly election held in 2016. Barely months from now, the party’s performance in these very districts will be critical in deter-mining Mamata Banerjee’s fate against the BJP.  

Upfront: Uttarakhand 

Pahle Chehra Chunen 

Congress legend in state and Harish Rawat is insisting for a CM face for election battle due next year. Obviously he wants himself to be declared as CM face but other leaders of party opposing this.  

Arthat: Baat Niklegi To

Pandemic brings big changes and United States of America is biggest example of it and their change is also due to their powerful democratic institutions. India needs to learn from US and make its democratic institutions more transparent and responsible towards people of India.  

Special Report: Odisha Tourism 

Sambhavnaon Ka Samundar 

Eco tourism nature camps and eco retreats are getting popularity in eastern state Odisha. Both tourist and investors are heading for Odisha. 

Fursat: OTT 

Sangharsh Aur Jid Se Chamke 

During pandemic over the top platform provided unknown actors a chance to emerge.  


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