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Highlights of India Today 12th June 2017, issue: The cover story – No Counry For Farmers - talks about the immense debt the Indian farmers are suppressed under and how in the country’s headlong rush towards development, the Indian farmer seems to have fallen through the cracks. The cover story also talks about the pitfalls of India's agricultural situation and the setbacks that are causing the Indian farmers to fail. And, why despite being a surplus foodgrain country, India has not been able to rescue its farmers from the debt trap. ‘The Anti-Nationalist’ is a profile of author Arundhati Roy and sheds light on the fiction writer's latest book, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, which she has been released 20 years after her first book, The God of Small Things, came out. The story, Saffron Stampede, talks about how the new restrictions on cow slaughter are sparking revolt in the south. The package talks about the new changes and economic impact of the slaughter ban on our nation. It also looks at the dying leather industry and the cost of keeping the unproductive cows, an issue that many aren't thinking about. The States package talks about how the saffron party is preparing itself to storm Owaisi's home town, Hyderabad. The package also talks about KCR bristling at the BJP's "blatant lies" even as Shah & Co. continue with their expansionist plans. The States package also talks about how the CPI(M) decided to invade West Bengal's streets to 'save' Bengal after awakening from its hibernation mode. The issue also comes with a free magazine: Spice.

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