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The cover story of Uday India (English) this week deliberates upon the fact whether Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Vadra would be able to revive the fortunes of the Grand Old Party. The roles of Shiela Dikshit and Prashant Kishore in upcoming UP elections are still hanging in the air.
The spotlight, “GST Bill: Some more battle ahead” analyses how much this board-spectrum of economic reform will work on the grassroots level of India.
It carries a story on Irom Sharmila, and her decision to end her 16-year-long fast against AFSPA. The story also looks at how Sharmila's decision has unsettled many of her supporters.
The issue carries a special report “Deadly dengue bares its fangs”, which discusses why dengue outbreak is bound to happen in Delhi and others parts of India. It also talks about the reason behind the deplorable healthcare in India.
The Neighbour Watch, “Which Sarif runs Pakistan?” explains how the Pakistan’s foreign policy is influenced by Pakistan Army and it also pulls the stings of the government’s policy whenever it finds necessary.

Uday India Magazine Description:

Publisheruday india

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyFortnightly

Uday India is successfully running in the 12th year of its existence. It is not a run-of-the-mill publication. Uday India does not fall as a thud on your doorstep but enters as a whiff of fresh air into reading corridors of the country. The weekly is based on the staple of news and current affairs. It focuses on politics, security, youth affairs, health, women, net space, diplomacy, media, economy, education, sports, showcasing the slow and steady march of India towards the goal of becoming a global power in every sense of the term. A new feather in the cap is spiritualism that has lately permeated every aspect of human endeavour. The cover story every week is spun out of the most current happening. There are for sure pages for book review and technological advancements. Apart from these building blocks, there are incessant efforts to customize the magazine to the taste of the reader. Its quality commensurates with the prolific promise.

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