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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated October 9th, 2013. Cover Story: Rahul Ki Hunkaar Se Bauni Hui Sarkar Rahul Gandhi\'s dramatic declaration that an ordinance hurriedly pushed by the government to protect convicted MPs and MLAs is “complete nonsense,” has put Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s government in an embarrassing spot. Mr. Gandhi suggested that the ordinance “should be torn up and thrown away.” This signals that Rahul is ready to take on BJP’s Narendra Modi in the next general election. Akshilesh Banam Mayawati (Khas Rapat): Dangayukt Dedh Saal Banaam Dangamukt Paanch Saal Akhlesh Yadav, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh accepts that the communal riots in Muzaffarnagar are blots on his hands. In the last 18 months the state has witnessed 107 riots with 125 people dead where as during the Mayawati’s tenure only six violent communal riots were reported and four people were killed. The story analyse the difference between the functioning of these two leaders. Though Akhilesh is supposed to more democratic and docile in his approach compared to Mayawati’s almost rustic and autocratic approach, no one will care for the young SP leader if he fails to deliver. Genereal V.K. Singh (Khas Rapat): General Ki Napaak Chalein A politically ambitious general and a bungling government put national security at risk. The general has indirectly helped Pakistan by suggesting that the Indian state has been giving huge amount of money to Kashmiri leaders as a bribe. His covert actions are being considered dangerous for democracy in India. Shatranj (Khelkood): Bachon Mein Badhta Chess Ka Chaska, Viswanathan Anand’s world title defence in November puts the spotlight on the chess revolution underway in India. Oscar Award (Cinema): Oscar Ki Or Bade Kadam, A lyrical Gujarati film upsets much-touted favourites to become India’s entry at the Oscars. Can its stark beauty win us an Academy Award?

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