Highlights of India Today Hindi 9th September 2020, issue:
Cover Story: Economy
Vikat Sankat: Kya Ho Ilaj
The slowdown has become a most debilitating recession. It will take some urgent and daring interventions from the government to pull the economy out of this deep hole
Special Report: Rhea Chakraborty
Kahani Ka Doosra Pahlu
OTHER SIDE After being hounded for two months, Rhea Chakraborty finally breaks her silence in a point-by-point rebuttal of the allegations against her
Exclusive Interview: Main Ladungi Aur Jeetungi. Mera Sach Hi Mujhe Taqat Deta Hai.
At the receiving end of a witchhunt, RHEA CHAKRABORTY
attempts to clear her name and present her side of the story in an exclusive conversation with RAJDEEP SARDESAI, Consulting Editor, India Today TV, on aspects of her relationship with Sushant, their battle against his mental illness and his death
Special Report: Congress
Dhak Ke Teen Paat
Special Report: Domicile Reservation
Sthaniy Arakshan Ka Shigufa
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Sing’s announcement to reserve state’s all government jobs for domicile fuel debate over provisions of constitution providing right to live and livelihood anywhere in india. An analysis of supreme court verdicts and legislation.
Special Report: Drama Institutes
Par Hame khelna hai
Covid made it impossible to practice performing arts like Drama. Different Drama teaching institutes are locked. Students started demanding to start classes.
Upfront: Jammu and Kashmir
Vadi me Siyasat Ki Vapsi
Valley has finally broken its silence. A year after the abrogation of Article 370, the crackdown on mainstream political parties (including the arrest of three ex-chief ministers) and the clampdown on all political activity in Kashmir, six of these parties reaffirmed, on August 22, their commitment to the ‘Gupkar Declaration’ of August 4, 2019. The Declaration had been signed just a day ahead of the annulment of J&K’s special status.
Kovid ke Daur me Cricket
The 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) gets under way in the UAE on September 19. The official schedule for the tournament had not been released at the time of going to press, but the very first match is likely to feature four-time champions Mumbai Indians and three-time winners Chennai Super Kings. The 53-day tournament will see matches played in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi, with the final on November
Swachhata Survey 2020: Indore ke Aage Kiski Bisat
Indore’s status as India’s cleanest city is no longer a subject of debate. On August 20, for the fourth time in a row, the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh topped the Union government’s Swachh Survekshan 2020 national rankings for cities with a population of over a million. Indore’s consistent showing might also put to rest all misgivings about the methodology of this annual survey and convince even diehard cynics that the city must have done something right to earn its laurels.
Arthat: Ye Rishta Kya Kahlata
Are Global companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon ending competition in market to establish their monopoly.