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Highlights of India Today Hindi 25th January, 2017, issue: Cover Story : Ab jati nahi varg par danv Will the BJP’s bid to project Modi as the messiah of the poor find traction in the high-stakes battle for Uttar pradesh? Cover Story : Pahad me badhi siyasi tapish BJP and Congress's election strategies in Uttarakhand Cover Story : Captain ka jamta jalva While the SAD-BJP alliance struggles with anti-incumbency, the Congress is making headway. The AAP appears nowhere in sight. Cover Story : Pahle hi sab past With a clear division in traditional votes, and an Opposition in disarray, the BJP looks the frontrunner. Cover Story : Sab danv panje par The disruptions of demonetisation and the economic blockade will cost the BJP. Justice : Toofan ki aahat The Supreme Court goes through a change of guard. With the judiciary locked in a bitter battle of wills with the Modi government, India’s new chief justice faces a short but testing term. Special Report : Notebandi se naxali bhi past Demonetisation has paralysed the Maoist extortion economy in Jharkhand. With the rebels desperate to launder their stocks of cash, the police close in on the different groups. Special Report : Ek aandolan ka suryaast Despite having created a stir in Maharashtra, the Maratha agitation seems to be coming undone. Wildlife : Bagh ke ghar me insaan ki ghuspaith Tigers are making frequent forays into urban areas around Bhopal, but thankfully there have been no human or feline casualties—so far.¬ Cinema : Apno ki chanv me aage badhe Gifted with great genes, popular on social media and connected to the movie network, Bollywood’s next generation is ready for its close-up.