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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated September 25th, 2013. Cover Story: India Today Hindi’s cover story Kya Modi Jeet Payenge Desh. Narendra Modi has at last conquered the BJP headquarters in New Dehi. Lal Krishna Advani, his mentor and the champion of political Hinduism, is sulking now. But will Modi be able to deliver in assembly elections this year and then general elections in 2014? If Modi fails to prove himself in assembly elections his detractors may get a chance to dislodge him. Muzaffarnagar Danga (Khas Rapat) Nikamma Prashasan Aur Marte Log violence in Uttar Pradesh underlines the politics of communal polarisation ahead of elections 2014. These riots showed the vulnerabilities of the young and inexperienced chief minister. Arvind Joshi-Tinu Joshi Kand (Khas Rapat) Bharshtachariyon Ko Bachane Ki Desh Ki Sabse Badi Misaal after big scam Arvind and Tine Joshi are still on their jobs. Both State and Central Govt. are in silent mode. Waqf Sampati (Khas Rapat) Kya Bach Payega Waqf? Nationwide property of Waqf is encroached by the land mafia and big leaders. Is new law will make it profitable for underprivileged Muslims? Rajiv Bajaj (Khas Rapat) Auto rickshaw Mein Laga Chautha Pahiya Nobody likes the Quadricycle. But its maker Rajiv Bajaj doesn’t care. He never did, as he built a company in defiance of what others, including his father, thought. Love Guru (Khas Rapat) Ishq Ke Har Marj Ka Ilaaj In Ustadon Ke Paas From choosing a dress for the first date to announcing a dramatic break-up on social media, life coaches offer advice, for a price, for the perfect love life. Tennis (Khelkood) Leander Paes: Umra Ko Pachad Raha Yodha His 14th Grand Slam was just the inspiration that India’s tennis champion needed to renew his faith and march towards the podium at Rio de Janeiro in 2016.

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