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Highlights of India Today Hindi 10th October 2018, issue:

Cover Story: Rafale Deal

Vivadon Ka Sauda

Former French president Francois Hollande’s hint of crony capitalism in the Rs 59,000 crore Rafale deal sparks a fresh political controversy over suggestions that Anil Ambani was favoured. Will the deal prove costly for the Modi government?

 

Upfront: Nazariya

Mufeed Nahi Modicare

The PMJAY mimics the US health system, which is expensive with poor outcomes; the Thai model would have served India better. Far from being the panacea for India’s healthcare ills, the PMJAY is likely to exacerbate them and be an even bigger disaster than the previous health insurance schemes.

 

Vishisht Pahchan: Sharton Ke Saath Adhaar Barqarar

The Aadhaar number, the Supreme Court appeared to be saying, ought to be a force for good, as it was intended, to improve the delivery of benefits to the needy, rather than a tool for the government to play Big Brother.

 

State: Goa

Congress Ne Tada Mauqa

The BJP has no choice, ailing CM Parrikar has to stay at the helm to keep its shaky ship afloat. The allies will not back anyone other than Parrikar for the cm post.

 

Telangan: Samman Ki Ladai

A young widow fights her father to avenge her ‘lower’ caste husband’s honour killing in Telangana. Amrutha is demanding a special law to ensure exemplary punishment for caste-based honour killings.

 

 

Special Report: CJI

Alhada Qism Ka Nayayadhish

Overcoming all apprehensions, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi is all set to take charge. But will the Supreme Court remain the same? Justice Gogoi acknowledged their ‘revolt’ in January was triggered by the way the justice B.H. Loya case was dealt with.

 

Nation: Uttar Pradesh

Duvidha Kab Door Hogi

The organisation of Congress in Uttar Pradesh is in shambles and the party is hesitating to make alliance in state. The big question is whether the old grand party will reorganise itself to fight back and claim its ground.

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