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Highlights of India Today 27th March 2017, issue: In the wake of the BJP forming the government in four of the five states after the recently concluded assembly elections and the BJP setting a record of sorts in Uttar Pradesh by winning more than 300 seats, the India Today cover story, A Burst of Saffron, looks at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his vision for a new India and how everything now hinges on his ability to deliver. The cover story package also looks at the Shattered Dreams of the Aam Aadmi Party, which, led by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, failed to recreate its magic in both Punjab and Goa. The story looks at how despite the two crushing losses, there could still be a silver lining for the party. The special story, How They Won, looks at what went into the BJP’s victory in UP and how it was a result of months of hard work and how based on the learnings from its defeat in the Bihar assembly elections the saffron party scripted a new electoral strategy. The cover package also discusses Congress' performance, and how, despite a victory in Punjab, there are calls from within the party for a leadership change at the helm. The magazine also carries an exclusive interview with Anushka Sharma in which she talks about how, at 28, she juggles the roles of an acclaimed actor and producer. The issue also comes with three free magazines: Home, Women and Simply Mumbai.

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