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Highlights of India Today Hindi 13th December 2017, issue: Cover Story: 31st Anniversary Issue: Kaarobari Samajh Ke Soorma The cover story has profiles of north India's 32 business innovators, wherein untold aspects of their life have been put before readers for the first time. Our correspondents spent many hours with the innovators and came out with interesting facts about their personal life and their products. For example, Kunwar Sachdev, the managing director of Su-Kam, started his business in 1998 as a start up and now it has 200 products available in 90 countries across the globe. But nobody knows he named his company Su-Kam. Similarly, Rajiv Kumar of DS group tells why they brought table salt under Catch brand. Special Report: Gujarat Elections: Jinki Chunauti Asardar The Hardik Patel, Alpesh Thakor and Jignesh Mevani troika has added a dash of unpredictability to the Gujarat assembly elections. BJP is feeling unease for the first time in the last 22 years of rule. UPFRONT: Ayodhya: Phir Siyasi Ubal The case of Babri Masjid demolition is in Supreme Court and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is trying to mediate between parties. Recently, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said the Ram Temple would be built in Ayodhya on the same disputed site, thus giving an indication the apex court has limited power. States: Punjab: Rahat Ki Saans A waste management firm offers Punjab a ‘zero-residue’ solution for the paddy stubble burning crisis. Will it work?

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