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Highlights of India Today Hindi issue dated October 1st, 2014. Cover Story: Kashmir: Sailaab Ke Sitam The state apparatus vanished when floods swept Jammu & Kashmir. But it must get its act together to deal with the aftermath. Is it up to the task? Khas Rapat/UpChnaav: 100 Din Mein Hi Sochney Ki Naubat Defeat in By-election is setback for BJP govt. Khas Rapat/Assam: Aatank Ki Maachis Ab Jali Ki Tab Jali! 160 people killed since 2011 in clashes between indigenous people and alleged Bangladeshi Muslim immigrants; 50 of them died in the first eight months of 2014; al Qaeda declares Assam as its next target; more than 20 per cent rise in population in districts bordering Bangladesh. Rashtra/Bharat-Cheen Sambandh: Khul Gaya Modi Book Ka Chini Panna Straight talk on incursions sets the template for closer business ties and incremental progress on thorny issues. Rashtra/Sardha: Trinamool Par Bhari Tohmat The muck from the Saradha chit fund scam is sloshing at the door of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and several leaders of her party. Shiksha/Liberal Arts: Uchcha Shiksha Ka Khula Aakash How liberal education programmes are sinking roots in Indian universities and why it matters more than ever. Khas Rapat/Dairy Udyog: Doodh Se Bantey Karodpati India is number one in milk production. Now milkmen of India also taste this white revolution.

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