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Highlights of India Today Hindi Aug 17th, 2016, issue: Cover Story: Darkane laga Gujrat ka gadh Chief Minister Anandiben Patel’s exit highlights the crisis within the BJP in Gujarat after the Patel and Dalit agitations alienate the votebanks. Economy: Vah sabkuch jo aap janna chahen After a decade of negotiations, hectic parleys, many climbdowns and heartburn, India is ready to bring in what has been touted as Independent India’s most celebrated tax reform, the Goods and Services Tax. Interview: Arvind Kejariwal bahut bade tanashah hain A candid interview with Sukhbeer Singh Badal. Special Report: Daliton par duvidha me Bhagva Parivar RSS in dilemma on dalit issue. Nation: Thandi padti engineering ki khwahish Demand for seats falls even as the AICTE cracks the whip on errant engineering colleges to fall in line. SOS- Ateet ke badnuma saye se mukti Why is Jharkhand such a paradox, so resource-rich and yet stuck in a poverty rut? The India Today State of the State report looks at the big picture and presents a roadmap for how the state can stage a turnaround. SOS: Vikas ke vahak To present india today’s report on the socio-economic development of Jharkhand a conclave was held in state capital Ranchi on July 23. Personality: Fauladi Iraade Irom Sharmila’s morbidly inspiring 16-year-long fast comes to an end, unsettling many of her supporters. But while AFSPA endures, this is no surrender, more an affirmation of life—and love who do not live beyond their first year. Neighbour: Bagi ke hath me baagdor India is back in the driver’s seat in Kathmandu with the swearing in of a pro-New Delhi premier. However, political instability and public antipathy to India are likely to endure. Society: Barbadhu se rangeen raten kolkata’s dance bars thrive in a twilight world of obscure laws and political connections. despite troubling allegations of trafficking, the nightspots continue to flourish.

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