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Highlights of India Today Hindi 23rd October 2019, issue: Cover Story: Aadhunik Naari Akele Hone Ka Sukh She is single by choice, not because Mr Right didn’t come along. And she is putting up with priggish societal norms to celebrate her freedom. Special Report: Congress Gutbazi Se Halakaan With Sonia Gandhi back as party chief, the old order is restored. Some disillusioned leaders are heading for the exit. Kerala/Crime: Zahreeli Makdi Serial killer Jollyamma allegedly poisoned six members of her family over 14 years. One of her victims was just two years old. State: Maharashtra Dheela-Dhaala Gathjod The Congress-NCP combine has hard times ahead to remain politically relevant in the state. Madhya Pradesh: Wajandar Chunav The Jhabua byelection could either stabilise the state government or leave it more vulnerable than ever. Upfront: Aarey-Virodh Pradarshan Ek 'Jungle' Ki Zindagi Activists, focused on Aarey’s trees, have shown no great concern for the colony’s vulnerable tribals. Kashmir: Soochna Ka Koi Adhikar Nahi In the absence of the internet, the demand for newspapers, even if people in Kashmir don’t trust them, has never been higher.

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