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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated June 17th, 2015. Cover Story: Sarkar ke sath parivar Within a year of BJP government RSS has been toned down towards party and trying to fortify its hold on party with new strategies. Special Report: Masaudon me hi ho gaya tiya pancha The new Road Transport and Safety Bill, 2015 has introduced an upper limit for road accident victims is 15 lakhs. The bill is under disputes. Interview- Nitin Gadkari: Gareeb se gareeb aadami ko uchit muawaza dene ki koshish An insightful interview with Transport minister Nitin Gadkari. Special Report: Naye adhyay ki taiyari me Rahul Gandhi has breathed fresh life into the Congress. But a spring in the leaders’ step and new buoyancy on social media is not saying the whole story. Nation: Mahila CM ka micro model It’s not easy stepping into the shoes of Narendra Modi. But for now, his successor Anandiben Patel seems to have found her own administrative voice through micromanagement. Special Report: Jiyo Rajan The high-profile RBI governor not only keeps his job under the new regime but commands respect with his firm line on monetary policy. Inflation is down and the rupee is stable, but there’s much more to be done. Interview- Raghuram Rajan: Arthik vridhdhi me teji lana sarkar ka kam Raghuram Rajan speaking candidly to India Today Group’s Editor (Business Television) Vivek Law on why the doors to further rate cuts were “not shut and other important economic issues. Interview- Ashton Carter : Niyati ne hume samrik sahyogi bana diya hai A candid interview with US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter.

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