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Highlights of India Today 22nd May 2017, issue: The cover story this week is on India's best colleges, the courses they offer and what makes them different from other campuses. As per the annual India Today-Nielsen survey, colleges from the four big metros still dominate the rankings, but new courses and colleges in small towns are now beginning to break ground and provide a glimmer of hope. This week's Leisure package looks at the rise and rise of comedian Vir Das and how he went uphill in the world of comedy to become the first Indian comedian to have a Netflix special. The package also talks about the Queer film festival and how the community is fighting all odds through the medium of cinema. The Leisure package has an exclusive interview with Mrs Funny Bones, Twinkle Khanna, where she talks about books, films and laughter. The States package looks at Tamil Nadu's political conundrum, Samajwadi party's return to the ring and also provides a quick analysis of what India is going through when it comes to politics. The Upfront looks at China's alignment with Pakistan and why, despite the 1963 border agreement commitment which acknowledges that the territory (PoK) could eventually come under India's control, China did not consult India on any aspect of its investments for the CPEC. The issue also comes with four free magazines: Home, Simply Delhi, Simply Mumbai, and Simply Hyderabad.

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