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Highlights of India Today Hindi March 30th, 2016, issue: Cover Story: Oonchi udan se dendari ke daldal ki dastan Once upon a time, Vijay Mallya was ‘the king of good times’—till his airline imploded, dragging his liquor business down. Now the banks are baying for him and he has gone awol. Cover Story: Sakh do take ki lo karz lakhtakiya A large part of the blame rests with the clutch of public sector banks which gave loans to Vijay Mallya, despite his being a top defaulter. Nation : Parivar ne badha di BJP ki duvidha The RSS pushes for more than just a sartorial transformation by coming out firmly against reservations and gender discrimination. State : Rajasthan - Mission par Pilot The young, suave Sachin prepares to take over the Congress mantle from Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan and sets himself up to take on the powerful Vasundhara Raje. State : Aandhra Pradesh - Lautane lagi raunak Armed with business-friendly policies and all set to prune bureaucratic procedure, Naidu sets out to woo investors. State : Bengal - Aamar Didi Aamar club As the poll campaign warms up, it’s time for Mamata Banerjee’s ‘club’ boys to repay those years of rewards and awards. Assembly Elections : Ab shuru hoti hai jung As four states go to polls in April-May, the Congress and the Left fight a battle for survival, and the BJP explores new horizons. But few challengers for the two incumbent women CMs. Interview- Ab vikas nahi asahishnuta aaj ka narrative ban gaya hai A candid interview with Former Union home and finance minister P. Chidambaram. Trend: Galiyon ke manmauzi India’s version of ghetto rap is gully rap, making a stinging statement inback alleys marked by hardship, poverty, illiteracy, drugs and crime. Big Story: Apno par gaz girane ki taiyaari As Parliament debates what ‘enemy property’ means, is the union government setting aside rights of bona fide Indian citizens?

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