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Highlights of India Today Hindi 16th August 2017, issue: Cover Story: Pakistan Chaknaachur Pakistan Nawaz Sharif's ouster in a judicial coup has thrown Pakistan into a political turmoil. The actors have changed but the tortuous plotline is all too familiar. Upfront: Drug Smuggling Gwadar Port Banaa Drugs Taskaron Ka Swarg Gwadar port might not yet have begun to deliver the promised economic benefits to Pakistan, but it is already overflowing with narcotics for drug traffickers of golden Crescent, the landlocked poppy field of Afganistan. States Gujarat: Congress Mein Bhagdad Why party strongman Ahmed Patel is jittery on Rajya Sabha poll-eve. Chhattisgarh: Bhajpaa Shasit Pradesh Mein Bhumi Ghotala Allegations against minister Brijmohan Agrawal give CM Raman Singh the edge. Special Report Dalit Politics: Saadhne Aur Sanwaarne Ka Naya Daur By electing Ramnath Kovind, BJP brought the Dalit politics in the centre stage. So there is a new war between parties to attract Dalit votes. Flood: CAG Report Badintazaami Kee Badh There is flood in many parts of the country. Had the governments implemented plans to control floods the situation would be different as a CAG report revealed recently. China: Xi Jinping XI Ki Paramasatta Xi Jinping tightens his grip on the communist party ahead of the key November leadership congress.

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