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Highlights of India Today Hindi-28th March 2018, issue: Cover Story: India Today Conclave 2018 Mahamanthan Ka Manch As the world lurches toward an elusive, ambiguous and sometimes dangerous new calendar, truth goes on trial and freedom is trapped in an intellectual cul-de-sac. Crucial conversations on the story of our time was what the India Today Conclave 2018 was all about: to debate, discuss, argue and learn. Upfront By-election: Vikalpheen Nahi Hai Rajneeti Be that as it may, the SP-BSP alliance is the first electoral coalition to best the BJP since the 2015 Bihar elections. It has also effectively disrupted the unbeaten narrative of the NDA following the recent assembly elections in the Northeast. RSS: Sangh Mein Badalaaw Ke Liye Na Appointing Datta­treya Hosabale as its new general secretary, RSS might have been seen as moving too close to the government. States Maharashtra: Chhale To Nahi Jayenge Kisaan? Will Devendra Fadanavis fulfill all demands made by the agitating farmers? Or, again farmers will get nothing but promises? Bihar: Patna Ke Gairhaajir Policekarmi Cops are drawing salaries despite being perenially off-duty. the government would have paid Rs 20 crore in salaries and allowances to the missing constables. Jammu-Kashmir: Shaanti Par Bawaal Another Sri Sri event runs into a controversy. Some reports said people were ‘tricked’ into attending with promised gifts of cricket bats, sewing machines.

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