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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated February 26th, 2014. Cover Story: Narendra Modi: Modi Ki Chunavi Machine: Inside the most audacious prime ministerial campaign ever mounted in India. Technology and manpower has ensured that the NaMo mantra is being delivered more effectively than any other political message. His campaign is pushing us into an era of approval ratings, truth meters, and perhaps a presidential-style debate. Special Report: UPA Ki Viraasat: Thupp Ho Gayee Vikas Ki Gaadi: As the UPA Government nears the completion of its second term in May, it leaves a mixed bag for the Indian economy. Much of the good work done in the first five years was undone because of policy paralysis, corruption, falling investment and high inflation in the next five. Special Report: Aam Aadmi Party: Shahaadat Bhunane Ko Taiyar Kejriwal: Arvind Kejriwal is a man on mission and his party is now more aggressive in pursuing its goal of honest politics and corruption free India. The Aam Aadmi Party is narrowing its sights on a new lower middle class to expand its political base. Special: Behtareen Shahar: Shaharon Ke Vikas Se Upji Chunautiyaan: The country has not witnessed the speed of urbanization so far and it symbolizes the development of Indian economy. But there is a problem of leap frog development and it creates many challenges. The town planners will have to address these challenges for the proper development of our cities. This special story gives a list of the best cities to live in.

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