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Highlights of India Today Hindi June 15th, 2016, issue: Cover Story: Brand Akhilesh ki chunauti Battling first his father’s shadow and then the yadav clan, akhilesh is finally trying to become his own man in the run-up to the crucial 2017 assembly election in uttar pradesh Special Report: Lo aa gayi unaki yaad The strategy to woo Muslim votes in the light of upcoming UP assembly elections. Special Report: Chot ek ghav hazaar The three-day orgy of violence in February has ruptured the state’s social fabric, pitting Jats against others. Here’s why Haryana is now sitting on a social powder keg. State - Bihar: Neem-Hakeem - Khatra-e-jaan Unable to fix its broken public health infrastructure, Bihar comes up with a hare-brained scheme to legitimise its quacks. State - Gujrat: Hil utha aadhaar With Anandiben no longer effective as an electoral face for the assembly poll in 2017, the BJP is mulling a graceful exit for the Gujarat chief minister. State - Goa: BJP ke hath se fisalati bazee Goa chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar is taking the flak for promises his mentor Manohar Parrikar didn’t keep. Environment : Sooraj ki takat ko salaam Six months after the prime minister announced India’s ambitious renewable energy targets, the country is heading towards a cost-effective, sustainable, clean energy regime. Society: Ummeedon ka ant For many African expats, India is a place that begins with hope and ends in fear, silence and a pervading threat of violence. Book review/excerpts: Aakhir kyun fana nahi hoti hamari gurbat In an engaging new book, Ruchir Sharma analyses the rise and fall of economies in a global world.

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