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Highlights of India Today 3rd April 2017, issue: The cover story comprises of the dynamic change that our country went through in the past year. From censorship to anti-nationalism, it witnessed it all. Conclave 2017 was right on track with all the great disruptions that we witnessed in the past year. The theme of Conclave 2017, which was held at Mumbai was -The Great Disruption. In his opening remarks, Editor-In-Chief Aroon Purie talks about five interconnected forces at work which literally transformed India and the entire world. The Conclave package looks at the major shift in the political power play that we witnessed in the past year and at the same time it analyses life lessons shared by Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan and a host of other prominent speakers from all walks of life. The story The Yogi of Fear and Hope talks about how PM Narendra Modi and Amit Shah and Amit Shah have chosen a Hindutva hardliner to deliver their promise on good governance in UP. The Upfront package looks at China is changing its equations with Sri Lanka and Nepal to have closer ties with both the countries in India's backyard. It also focuses on West Bengal's Swachh Survekshan Mission 2019, a survey under Swachh Bharat Mission that will rank 500 cities on cleanliness and sanitation. The Leisure package talks about how the idea of romance in India is nothing but fiction. It talks about the best-selling romance novels written by Indian men and how they depict love as more of an entrepreneurial enterprise. It also focuses on the importance of media and how it can highlight the not-so-highlighted sports our Indian athletes played at the Asian Winter Games. The package also talks about the newly introduced idea of food trucks which India has recently adapted from the US. The issue also comes with a free magazines: Aspire

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