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Highlights of India Today Hindi 02nd October 2019, issue: Cover Story: Sadkon Ka Suratehaal Ye Raah Nahi Asaan The Motor Vehicles Act, 2019, has sparked fear and protest, but will it make Indian roads safer? And should stiff penalties for violations be accompanied by a drive to build better road and traffic-management infrastructure? Special Report: Real Estate Mandi Ki Maar India’s real estate sector is in the doldrums. A slump in demand has left over 450,000 homes unsold in eight major metros. What will it take to revive the sector? Nation: Uttar Pradesh Sarkar Par 'Teesri' Nazar Governor Anandiben Patel’s proactive interest in administration raises eyebrows. Special Report: Paryavaran Asundar Hota Sundarban Illegal tree-felling to build homes and create farmlands in a section of the protected mangrove belt—allegedly to favour ruling party loyalists—highlights new threats to the ecologically fragile Sundarbans. Special Report: Baagh Paryatan Jungle Par Dangal A proposal to set up an empowered committee to boost tiger tourism in Madhya Pradesh sparks a turf war in the government, dividing conservationists. Special Report: Devendra Fadnavis Lehar Par Sawar A confident Devendra Fadnavis steps out to seek a second term for the BJP-sena government in the Assembly election. Satate: Jammu and Kashmir Qanoon Ke Lambe Haath Security restrictions and militant threats make it a bitter harvest for the Valley’s apple trade. Madhya Pradesh: Paani Par Raar As the Sardar Sarovar dam fills up, issues of rehabilitation, compensation come to the fore too. Upfront: Kashmir Qanoon Ke Lambe Haath The sweeping powers available to the State under the Public Safety Act make it prone to frequent misuse. Arthaat Badqismat Sudhar! Timing for reforms in any economy is important. These reforms are basically policies which govern it. Ill timed reforms do not fructify.

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