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Highlights of India Today Hindi 7th January 2015 issue:-Satah se Uathne ke paimane (Cover Story): Special:Atal Bihari Vajpeyi – Bharat Ka damkata ratna The BJP’s first truly mass leader is officially etched as a national symbol, making him a role model for India’s right-wing and beyond. Assemble Elections: Dikhane lagi modi lahar ki seema As the euphoria of 2014 fades and the first year of incumbency is upon the BJP, the party needs to rejig its electoral strategies Special Report: Tol ka atyachar The purpose behind making toll roads on national highways was to safe and speedy roads to passengers. But the reality tells altogether a different story. Toll roads are incomplete and unsafe and still contractors are taking heavy tolls. Big challenge for transport minister Mr. Gadkari. Nation: Harfanmaula baba ki ankahi kahani From social worker by day to entertainer by night, Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s story mirrors a Bollywood potboiler Nation: Khilata kamal murjhate rishte The Badals cringe as coalition partner BJP, emboldened by its solo success in Maharashtra and neighbouring Haryana, stretches for more elbow room Surkhiyon ke sartaj : Sahi shaks, sahi jagah, sahi samay Once labelled a ‘Master Divider’, Narendra Modi has crafted an image makeover to become the most powerful prime minister India has seen since Indira Gandhi Surkhiyon ke sartaj : Sadharan shaks ki asadharan surkhiyan It’s the life lessons that he picked up as a man of humble beginnings that will keep Prime Minister Narendra Modi in good stead Surkhiyon ke sartaj : Amit Shah Leads BJP to an unprecedented electoral victory in UP, becomes party president Surkhiyon ke sartaj : Arun Jately Loses polls but becomes power node Cinema : Kamyabi ka raj hai nayi kahani 2014 for sweet and sour for bollywood. Industry has learnt its lesson which is break the norms and look for new stories.

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