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Highlights of India Today Hindi 15th January 2020, issue: Cover Story: Lead/Bhavishya Ki Kalpna 2020 Aage Ko Soch Politics, economy, agriculture, climate change... Eminent Indians dwell on the issues that will shape the future of India. Bhavishya Ki Kalpna 2020: Amitabh Kant Mahanagar Hi Bhavishya Planned, smart urbanisation can unlock India’s potential for growth. Bhavishya Ki Kalpna 2020: Chinmay Tumbe Antatah Sabse Adhik By 2030, India will be the world’s most populous country with most of its population still in rural areas. Bhavishya Ki Kalpna 2020: Arun Sukumar Silicon Ka Kamal Politics has singularly shaped the trajectory of technological progress in India and, in the coming decade, the state will encounter the temptations of big data. Bhavishya Ki Kalpna 2020:DS Hooda Bhavishya Ke Yudh Ka Nazara While technology will play an increasingly dominant role in conflicts, strategists need to factor in the human, social and political dimensions as well. Bhavishya Ki Kalpna 2020: TCA Raghvan Dragon Ki Daur China will be a defining factor in the decade ahead and India must reorient itself to confront the geopolitical challenges of a new world order. Bhavishya Ki Kalpna 2020: Rajdeep Sardesai Bhavishya Ke Jhatke... Will the India of 2029 be ruled by a presidential strongman? Will dissent and political pluralism survive or will we surrender to a majoritarian theocracy? Predicting trends in Indian politics is fraught with risks—and the temptation to succumb to our worst fears or fondest hopes. But if the past is any compass, the decade ahead will be full of surprises. Upfront: CAA Protests Yudh kshtra Uttar Pradesh CAA protests turned violent at several places in UP—a state with 20 per cent Muslims—and the police crackdown was ruthless.

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