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This week Sunday Magazine focuses on Delhi Govt.’s Odd-Even formula to curb pollution. People across the capital are already looking at jugaad to help them tide over the odd-even restriction.
In this weeks Sunday Magazine find out how you can get a loan against something that is quickly becoming more precious than gold. Also, we look at Gautam Gambhir’s anger management issues and how he managed to impress the producers of Big Boss.
In this week’s Sunday Magazine find out why IT employees are jealous of Falguni Pathak, who works for 9 days in a year and enjoys the rest 356 days and still manages to earn more than most 9 to 5 workers.
After Azam Khan and Sakshi Maharaj drama, do we really need to see Big Boss 9? Find out in our latest issue of the Sunday Magazine. Also, we tell you about how to escape your boss and attend Navratri events. In our tech section, Twitter layoffs and how it will add to more jobless twitterati.
This weeks Sunday Magazine features politicians visited Dadri to express their solidarity and not to score brownie points. In our cricket section, we tell you why Rohit Sharma is visiting Nirmal Baba. Also, Govt. plans to introduce Whatsapp and Facebook as part of school syllabus to boost its digital India initiative.
The Congress party is tight lipped about the whereabouts of Rahul Gandhi. Some say he is out of the country to attend an event that is already over. FN investigates and makes an attempt to answer the question that the nation wants to know: Where is Rahul Gandhi?
The dates for Bihar elections are out and battle lines are drawn. It’s a tough battle between who makes better promises. Also, Robert Vadra is not happy that his name is still on the no frisking list and threatens to frisk himself if his name is not removed. Baba Ramdev’s FMCG company is staring at acche din, as it plans to recruit students from IIM A.
It’s a face off between the most demanding news anchor in the history of Indian television and Mumbai Police Commissioner. It doesn’t matter if the accused is punished. The burning question is, Who investigate the case first? Read the Sunday Magazine to find out.
This weeks Sunday Magazine focuses on 25 Riot entrepreneurs under 25 of 2015 and taking centre stage is someone who people say could be the next Arvind Kejriwal. It is the young and promising Hardik Patel.
In this edition of the Sunday Magazine, Mulayam Singh Yadav explains his scientifically tested and practically possible thoeries. He was under the media scanner after he said that it was not ‘practically possible for four men to rape a woman’.