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Highlights of India Today Hindi-21st March 2018, issue: Cover Story: India-France Sunaharaa Mauka Despite the contrast of age and style, Narendra Modi and Emmanuel Macron have much in common. And the convergence of interests between the two nations is a natural fit. The French president’s visit could mark a new phase of intense cooperation. Upfront TDP: Vishesh Rajya Ke Bahaane Is the demand of special status for the state is only reason behind Chandrababu Naidu’s tussle with BJP? There is something more than this. Investigation: Kaarti Par Dheela Shikanja The CBI arrested Karti on the charge of accepting a payment from INX Media in order to persuade finance ministry officials to bury an investigation into the legality of foreign investments in the company in 2008, when his father was heading the finance ministry. States Madhya Pardesh, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh: Kisaano Par Chunaavi Meharabaani Four incumbent chief ministers craft their comeback strategy with a big push for agriculture in their respective states. Uttar Pradesh: Majaboori Mein Naya Mel The Samajwadi Party-Bahujan Samaj Party bypolls deal may serve as a trial run for the 2019 general elections. Special Report Purab Mein Bhagawaa Parcham Himanta Biswa Sarma uses his man-management skills to manoeuvre the BJP into government in three North East states. Nation: Karnataka Math Aur Vote Ka Nata Atoot Siddaramaiah successfully managed Lingayat monastery in the state. So, now Amit Shah and BJP is looking for support from Vokkaliga community.

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