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As we enter the New Year, our Cover Story in this edition brings to the readers glimpses of some bureaucrats who hogged the lime¬light in the year gone by for reasons as varied as cleaning a toilet, good looks, athletic feat, fight against human trafficking, slam¬ming Pakistan, innovative governance initiative and cheating in a UPSC exam. The year 2017 has also been an eventful period for the Indian po¬litical corridors. The Assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh were a matter of hot debate and immense speculations. In Himachal Pradesh, the “Vijay Rath” of the Shah and Modi brand of politics prevailed riding over the anti-incumbency wave against the Congress Government. In Gujarat, though the ruling BJP se¬cured the fourth consecutive term successfully, its victory came after much hard work by the top-line leadership. The election out¬come from Gujarat also suggests a possible backlash in the rural areas against the ruling dispensation. Besides, this edition of Bureaucracy Today also brings you dif¬ferent perspectives across the widespread sectors, including that of finance and investments. How the real estates, especially the residential property market and the logistics sector, fared in infra¬structure space, what are the promises made by emergent trends in technology which include Artificial Intelligence, automation and cloud computing, how gender justice and women empowerment could be ensured in a diverse society like that of India and how the Modi Government faced a consistent challenge on the economic front due to sticky inflation and an unimpressive job growth rate are the significant issues which BT covers with valuable insights. The end of the year 2017 is the perfect time to express my gratitude to all the BT readers for showering their love and consistent sup¬port. I wish you a very happy New Year 2018. May this year bring you lots of love, happiness and prosperity. May our bonds continue to grow like this for all the coming times.

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