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Highlights of India Today Hindi October 26th October, 2016, issue: Cover Story : Khatarnak Bhaichara China’s embrace of Pakistan unsettles its relationship with India and heightens strategic tension in the region. Cover Story : Pratidwandi padosiyon ke liye china ki reeti-neeti se sabak An insightful and candid column of Salman Bashir. India Today-axis poll : Surgical strike ka asar The BJP is the favourite in four of five states polled, the Congress in one . Special Report : Amma se uthate saval as the aiadmk faithful wait uncertainly for word on jayalalithaa’s health, the state continues to function smoothly. But an uncertain future looms. What next for TN? Special Report : Maratha Gusse me chipe kai raz social frictions rise as the majority community continues its aggressive push for reservations and the repeal of the atrocities act. can the fadnavis govern ment withstand this tidal wave? State - MP : Basmati par bas nahi MP fights to be included among the recognised Basmati rice-growing states, but other producers are not keen to share their imminent GI status. Wild Life - Sansaneekhej Shikar katha A forest guard-turned-poacher’s confession exposes Kerala’s biggest-ever elephant poaching scandal. Obituary : Desh ki pahli style icon an invite to her glamorous soirees was a measure of one’s social standing in Mumbai circles.

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