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In this issue

Highlights of India Today Hindi-8th August 2018, issue:

Cover Story: Assam


Assam’s National Register of Citizenship, out on July 30, will strip 2 million or more of their basic rights—to vote, to property, to state benefits. The state is a tinderbox. A detailed story from the state.

Upfront: Bheedtantra

Swagat Hai Lynchistan Mein

The SC wants Parliament to create a separate offence for lynching with deterrent penalties. The judges spelt out preventive, remedial and punitive measures to tackle the menace. The SC directed the Centre and states to report compliance of its directions within four weeks.

Arthaat: Thugwa Nagariya Lootal Ho

Now no one can investigate how much donation a political party gets from foreign countries. Contrary to this no business house or individual have the facility even though the political parties do not generate any business or job.

States: Northeast

NPP Ka Agenda

The National People’s Party is part of coalition governments in three Northeastern states. NPP president and new Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma spoke to India Today on his first four months in the job and the road ahead for his party.

Tamil Nadu: Damdaar Ubhaar

The emergence of Sasikala’s nephew Dhinakaran as a possible alternative further

roils the AIADMK. A section of voters sees Dhinakaran as someone who stands up

to the Centre and the BJP.

Special Report: Rafale

Rafale Ka Bawaal

Sifting fact from insinuation in the NDA’s biggest defence purchase— the €7.8 billion deal for 36 Rafales. Off-the-record briefings by the defence ministry after the Rafale deal was inked in 2016 indicated that a price of €7.8 billion was agreed upon.

Special Report: Power Cut

Bijli Hai Par Aati Nahi

Why there is frequent power cut in different corners of the country even though the government claims that India produces sufficient electricity? The answer lies in the bad infrastructure and cash strapped discoms.

Special Report: BJP

Jeetkar Bhi Ghire

The no confidence motion against Modi government could not succeed but it revealed new challenges before the ruling coalition, especially BJP. Now the party is busy developing new strategies to deal with the obstacles.

Special Report: Uttar Pradesh

Jail Mein Bhi Mafia Raj

The sensational murder of Munna Bajrangi in Baghpat jail has brought the rot in the system to fore. The unholy nexus between criminals-officers-jail officials has made the jails of Uttar Pradesh hotspots of crime.

India Today: Taj Ko Bachana Hai

Chita Se Utha Dhuaan

Continuing the ‘Taj Ko Bachana Hai’ Campaign, this week we look at the crematoriums in the vicinity, a major source of pollution which are clouding the marble monument in a haze.

Burari Kaand: Jaanlewa Aastha

The collective suicide in Burari was a case of a shared psychotic disorder. Experts warn that many Indian families are susceptible to such stress. ‘Family suicide’ has now crystallised as a distinct category, accounting for 2.5% of the total suicides in the country.

Cinema: Dulquer Slamaan

Shaandar Abhineta Ki Badhati Shohrat

Malayalam cinema star Dulquer Salmaan makes his Bollywood debut. Can he live up to expectations? “It’s not something I have actively pursued,” says Salmaan of his Bollywood foray.

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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