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Highlights of India Today Hindi October 2nd November, 2016, issue: Special Report : Ab vadon se mukabala Assam’s new government faces a tinderbox situation as it pursues its campaign promises to weed out illegal migrants. State - UP : Ram ki cunavi dhun me Ayodhya upekshit Ayodhya needs development, not the temple politics. State - Gujrat : Aaya khevanhar With just a year LEFT TO GO FOR THE GUJARAT POLLS, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani is banking on transparency, QUICK DECISION-Making and A mass connect to protect Modi’s legacy. State - Kerala : Kannur ki raktim ranbhoomi The chief minister’s home district accounts for nearly all the political murders in the state. Opinion : China ki chaudhrahat China’s intransigence was the defining feature of the Goa summit. Neighbour : Vajood bachane ki jaddojehad Nawaz Sharif has plenty more to worry about than the surgical strikes: Panama leaks, a combative Imran Khan, the next army chief. Luxury- Hindustan marka shahi andaaz Drawing on a fine historical legacy and a wealth of traditions, homegrown brands are shaking up the luxury market. Cover Story : Ustaadon ki nayi zamaat ka zaadu rooted in the local and speaking A global language, A CLUTCH OF NEW designers are delving into their heritage to make A statement to the world. Cover Story : Virasat ki bejod bunai Fashion designers are reinventing not only silhouettes and styles, but also the entire design process by embracing Indian fabrics and upgrading traditional skills.

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