India Today Hindi - July 08, 2015
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Cover Story: Vajood bachane ke liye bhati jaddojahad
How Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje’s fate hangs in the balance after revelations by old associate Lalit Modi
Cover Story: Aakhir kasane laga janch ka fanda
The NDA government put the Enforcement Directorate on Lalit Modi’s tail. The political fallout of the new revelations has spurred the agency into renewed action.
Cover Story: Sankat ki moosaladhar barish
While the party and government close ranks over Swaraj and Raje, a heavy Opposition downpour beckons parliament’s monsoon session.
Special Report: Kamal khilane ki kathin kasrat
The BJP’s game plan in Bihar is simple: put the spotlight on contradictions in the Nitish Ku mar-Lalu Prasad alliance and keep voters from each camp guessing whether they should vote for the other’s candidates.
Special Report: Pyasa desh aur pani se khilvad
Government has announced to make 100 ideal cities but are those cities going to have even clean drinking water because this system is killing water instead of saving it.
Nation: Belagam mantri bebas sarkar
New names are enriching the list of tainted ministers in UP but Akhilesh Yadav's government is not able to take any serious action against them.
Special Report: Gawahon par hote sitam
As the cases against Asaram Bapu and his son meander along, key witnesses get eliminated or come under attack one after the other. Uncanny coincidence or orchestrated campaign?
Special Report: Vigyan ki dunia me gupchup chalta mard-aurat ka bhed
The senior, most awarded and most respected of Indian women scientists quietly take on a strident sexism—in the lab and outside.
Cinema: Zindagi par bhari padti chakachaundh
From general burnouts to spectacular flameouts, heroines are unmistakably the second sex in the male-centric Telugu film industry.
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