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FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
THE ANGER GAMES
PROTECTING DATA, NOT PRIVACY
WAR OF DHARMA
A QUESTION OF GENDER LAW
DIDI TAKES RO AD TO REDEMPTION
WHAT’S IN A PLACE?
Friend to Foe
WAR OF WORDS
FOUR BIG TAKEAWAYS FROM SHARM EL-SHEIKH
Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme a boon for the common man • Chief Minister Chiranjeevi Health Insurance Scheme (Mukhyamantri Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana) is proving to be a boon for people from villages to cities of Rajasthan. Treatment from fever to serious diseases is being done free of cost in this public welfare scheme. This scheme implemented by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has become a support to all the people of the state. The important target of the Rajasthan government is to provide health security to each family by strengthening the medical services of the state.
IN THE NAME OF MODI • Leaving nothing to chance, the prime minister himself is leading the charge in his home state and has become the trump card for the BJP
INDEX OF PAST PERFORMANCE • FROM A RECORD 127 SEATS THE BJP WON IN THE FIRST ASSEMBLY ELECTION FOUGHT UNDER NARENDRA MODI’S LEADERSHIP IN 2002, THE PARTY’S TALLY DROPPED TO 99 IN 2017
THE MODI ARMY • A TIGHT CLIQUE OF CONFIDANTS, INCLUDING UNION MINISTERS, GUJARAT LEADERS AND MEMBERS OF RSS AFFILIATES, IS HELPING PM NARENDRA MODI MOBILISE SUPPORT FOR THE BJP FROM ALL QUARTERS
MODI’S 10-POINT GAME PLAN TO WIN GUJARAT • FROM A COMPLETE OVERHAUL OF THE GUJARAT CABINET WELL AHEAD OF THE POLLS ELECTION TO MICRO-MANAGING THE CAMPAIGN IN THE PAST FEW MONTHS, THE PM IS PERSONALLY OVERSEEING EVERY ASPECT OF THE POLLS
WHY EVERYONE WANTS TO OWN BIRSA MUNDA • AN ENIGMATIC TRIBAL ICON FROM THE TURN OF THE LAST CENTURY SUDDENLY BECOMES THE TOAST OF ALL POLITICAL PARTIES. WHY? BECAUSE ADIVASI VOTES ARE CRUCIAL IN A SPATE OF UPCOMING ELECTIONS
INDIA’S NEW SPACE WARRIORS • THE SUCCESSFUL LAUNCH OF A ROCKET BUILT BY A START-UP RUN BY TWO YOUNG EX-IITIANS IS THE FORERUNNER TO THE PRIVATE SECTOR BECOMING A MAJOR PLAYER IN THE COUNTRY’S SPACE AMBITIONS
A GROWING ARMY • FIVE OF THE 100-ODD PRIVATE START-UPS COMPETING FOR INDIA’S SPACE SECTOR
DISAGREEING WITH JOINTNESS • PROGRESS ON THE RESTRUCTURING OF THE ARMED FORCES INTO THEATRE COMMANDS IS NEARLY AT A STANDSTILL. THE IAF’S STEADFAST OPPOSITION TO IT REMAINS, ALONG WITH CRITICISM FROM EXPERTS
CRYPTO CRISIS • The collapse of FTX, the world’s third-largest crypto exchange, has intensified fears of an impending crash of the digital currency, calling for tighter regulations around its trade to protect investors’ interests
FALLING CRYPTO GRAPH
CRASH COURSE • FTX, along with 130 other entities, filed for bankruptcy on November 11. The company said it has $10 billion (Rs 81,680 crore) to $50 billion (Rs 4 lakh crore) in liabilities, and more than 100,000 creditors
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