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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated March 6th, 2013. Cover Story: India Today Hindi’s cover story Hathiyaron Ka Roman Samrajya. Our hands are clean,” Defence Minister A.K. Antony told the media at a press conference in Delhi on February 19, holding his right hand up in his characteristic half wave. “We have nothing to hide.” It was Antony’s Manmohan Singh moment: A man of impeccable personal integrity accused of looking the other way when corruption took place on his watch. Antony defended his ministry’s inaction over the chopper scam where Italian arms firm Finmeccanica allegedly first inflated the price of the Rs 3,546 crore deal to buy 12 AW-101 choppers and used middlemen to skim and split an estimated Rs 350 crore in kickbacks. Although Finmeccanica ceo Guiseppe Orsi was arrested on bribery charges in Italy on February 12, it took Antony two days to order a cbi probe and three days to suspend payments for the deal. The deal was key to Italy becoming a powerhouse of arms exports to India, rising from No. 12 in 2007 to No. 5 by 2011, according to the Stockholm Institute of Peace Research Institute. Much of that rise had to do with Finmeccanica, the world’s eighth largest defence firm, and its ceo Orsi who presided over an intricate network of middlemen based in Milan, London, Lugano and Delhi.

Modi, Madni Aur Musalman (Khas Rapat): Modi Aur Musalman, Kitne Door Kitne Paas Maulana Mahmood Madani, the general secretary of Jamiat Ulema Hind created controversy by just stating that some sections of Muslims in Gujarat voted for Modi in assembly elections. India Today gauged the mood of Muslims in Hindi belt. The ulema of all the sects of Muslims are dead against Modi lead BJP but some people seem to have forgiven him. The community feels that given a choice between Congress and BJP, they will choose the grand old party, even though it has not done any good to them.

Budget Purva Roundtable (Khas Rapat): JhunJhuna Nahin, Ab Desh Ko Chaiye Sirf Sushasan The Board of India Today Economists feels the Government, in its last Budget, must show political will to cut expenditure instead of flogging the super-rich.

Saraswati (Khas Rapat): Patal Mein Mila Saraswati Ka Pata The mythical river Saraswati once really flowed in Rajasthan, IIT-Kanpur presents first time the draft of Saraswati river water.

Shahri Vikas (Nazariya): Kya Jag Rahe Shahron Ke Liye Taiyar Hain Desh? Re-imagining the urban landscape is a political rather than just an economic imperative, if Indian cities are not to descend into further crisis.

India Today Hindi Magazine Description:

PublisherIndia Today Group




India Today Hindi Magazine is a weekly Hindi-language magazine published by the India Today Group. The magazine covers a wide range of topics, including politics, business, economy, society, culture, and sports. It is known for its in-depth reporting, insightful analysis, and stunning photography.

India Today Hindi Magazine features a variety of content, including:

* Cover Story: The cover story of each issue of India Today Hindi Magazine is dedicated to a specific topic related to current affairs. The cover story is typically written by a leading expert in the field and provides readers with in-depth analysis and recommendations.
* Featured Articles: The featured articles in India Today Hindi Magazine cover a wide range of topics related to current affairs, including national and international news, government policies, economic trends, and social issues. The featured articles are written by experienced journalists and analysts and provide readers with valuable insights into current events.
* Editorials: The editorials in India Today Hindi Magazine provide readers with the magazine's perspective on important current events. The editorials are written by the magazine's editors and are known for their critical and independent analysis.
* Q&A: The Q&A section of India Today Hindi Magazine provides readers with the opportunity to ask questions about current affairs to the magazine's experts. The questions and answers are published in the magazine and provide readers with valuable insights into how to understand current events.

India Today Hindi Magazine is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to stay informed about the latest news and developments in India. It is also a great way to get in-depth analysis and commentary on current affairs.

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