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Highlights of India Today Hindi June 8th, 2016, issue: Cover Story: Chunavi Rananeeti Ka Shahi Aagaz Boosted by an emphatic victory in Assam, BJP President Amit Shah is now recasting the party for other state elections and the 2019 general election. Shah reveals the blueprint of BJP in a exclusive interview. Assam: Assam Ke Rastey Purvottar Prasthan Assam's first BJP chief Minister carries an imposing burden of poll promises. Now for the hard part. Nation: Rajya Sabha: Uchha Sadan Mein Ab Sakti Santulan After election of 57 seats in Rajya Sabha, the big gap of members between BJP and Congress will decrease. BJP may reach to 55 seats while congress to 57 seats in Rajya Sabha. This will help Narendra Modi government to implement its policies. Pradesh: Uttarakhand: CBI ke Sahare Siyasat BJP is not only trying to siege Harish Rawat through CBI investigation, but also wants to shake PDF leaders who are supporting congress right now. Besides this, some leaders in congress are wishing for CM post and challenging Rawat in the party. Society: Anaath Prabhuon Ka Mandir A unique organization gives shelter to psychotic persons, patients and helpless people. Inspired by this such initiative are emerging in dozen cities. Now Apna Ghar has started in Nepal also. Sports: BCCI: Harfanmaula How Anurag Thakur went from being a failed cricketer to BCCI president at a time when the board is fighting for survival.

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