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Highlights of India Today Hindi 21st August 2019, issue: Cover Story: 72 Varsh Azadi Ke Lead Essay: Deshbhakti What does it really mean? A love for your country, your nation, your homeland? We asked a clutch of eminent citizens the question, and they all had very different answers. Cover Story: 72 Varsh Azadi Ke Deshbhakti Wah Nahi Hai Jo Rashtravad Hai: Alok Rai If patriotism is a love of something one is willing to die for, nationalism—pride in an abstract notion of nation—is something one is willing to kill for. Cover Story: 72 Varsh Azadi Ke Ek Yoddha Ka Vishwas: Lt. Gen. Ds Hooda In today’s world, where ‘patriotism’ and ‘nationalism’ are used interchangeably, defining these terms is no longer a simple matter. Cover Story: 72 Varsh Azadi Ke Bharat Ke Hokar Bhi Alag-Thalag: Arkotong Longkumer Patriotism for one’s country is not the default setting in the Northeast where the landscape has been scarred by tumultuous and violent histories and conflicting loyalties. Cover Story: 72 Varsh Azadi Ke Maun Deshbhakti Ki Ore: Megna Gulzar the human spirit triumphs in a truly patriotic film, not just the nation. Cover Story: 72 Varsh Azadi Ke Siyasat Se Alhada Brand: Ram Bijapurkar If brand-speak represents popular culture, we have less to worry about than some of us might think. Cover Story: 72 Varsh Azadi Ke Hamari Azadi, Aapki Nahi?: Salman Khurshid India’s syncretic ethos is not an artificial construct but a product of centuries of shared experiences of Hindus and Muslims. It is in danger today. Cover Story: 72 Varsh Azadi Ke Swatantrata Ke Geet: TV Krishna true patriotism should subvert all forms of oppression and it must be bound to humanity rather than the nation-state. Special Report: Jammu and Kashmir Kashmir Ki Katarbayont The Modi government ‘dilutes’ article 370 to strip Kashmir of its special status and bifurcates J&K into Two Union Territories. Will it make or break the troubled region?

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