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Highlights of India Today English issue dated August 17th, 2015. The Cover Story, 'Asaram's Empire of Deceit', highlights how documents show that the jailed godman had made benami deals, given loans worth crores, invested in US firms and also tried to bribe officials to hide his misdeeds. In his column National Interest, Shekhar Gupta, talks about how in a week of polarised politics, the Naga accord is a reminder of the Indian establishment's continued focus on big national issues. The Big Story this week, 'Rahul Learns the Long Ropes', looks at how Rahul Gandhi, after having won a battle of wits over the Land Bill, may finally be finding his feet in national politics, however, there's still a long way to go for him. The Special Report this week, 'The Angry Ex-servicemen', throws light on how the logjam over the One Rank, One Pension policy has divided the government and alienated the former servicemen of the country. The Prime Minister's take-no-prisoners approach and the failure of his floor managers segue into Congress's belligerence, bringing Parliament to a standstill, says the story 'Nation Bipartisan Brinkmanship'. The issue also has a story on the upcoming Bihar Assembly polls. The story 'Spotlight on the other Modi' looks at Sushil Modi who now has a chance to stamp his presence after years of being eclipsed by the likes of Lalu Yadav and Nitish Kumar. 'General's Bloodless Coup', talks about how the Pakistan Army chief General Raheel Sharif is taking the lead on every major issue and along the way winning a counterinsurgency campaign at home and guiding the foreign policy, including relations with India. The issue also two free magazines with it: Woman and Simply Bangalore.

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