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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated July 2nd 2014, 2014. Cover Story: Sangh Ki Nayee Dhun: Mohan Bhagwat oversees RSS’s transformation into a tech-savvy, youthful organisation willing to mobilise itself as an electoral force. And for the first time since the post-Emergency elections of 1977, thousands of happy-to-remain-behind-the-scenes cadres of RSS stepped out from their shakhas to directly administer Narendra Modi’s campaign for Elections 2014. Now the big question is: Will RSS demand its pound of flesh for outright support to BJP? Poll Strategy: Gandi Baat: Dummy candidates, leaked video clips, Twitter assaults. As polling crosses the halfway mark, parties step up the dirty tricks. Though there are issues this time, some politicians are indulged in personal vilifications. It is becoming difficult to tell fact from fiction and information from disinformation. Battleground-Kanpu: Joshi Ki Raah Mein Prakash: BJP hopes that the Barhmins will support its candidate Murli Manohar Joshi while Congress is confident to win this seat for the fourth consecutive term as its candidate Sri Prakash Jaiswal has done a lot for the constituency. SP, BSP and AAP candidates do not have edge over these two persons. Battleground-Bundelkhand: Sabko Vikas Ki Aas: BJP candidates have clear edge over other candidates due to so called Modi wave while other candidates are in the fray with their past records of works in the area. Uma Bharti had once criticized Narendra Modi and dubbed him Vinash Purush, but now she does not want to answer any question regarding her statement. Profile-Alia Bhatt: Heroine Number One: The success of Highway and 2 States has propelled the effervescent Alia Bhatt to stardom. Is the star daughter destined to be the next big thing?

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