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Highlights of India Today issue dated September 16th, 2013 The Cover Story this week is on Best of India. Some of India’s biggest names share their passion for the finest experiences the country has to offer. The Special Report is on terrorism following the arrest of Karachi-based Indian Mujahideen founder Yasin Bhatkal from the Indo-Nepal border, which once again points to Pakistan’s covert assault on India. The Big Story is on the dying manufacturing sector. Red tape, labour issues, declining competitiveness and reckless imports have strangled the manufacturing sector. The question which remains unanswered is will it ever make a comeback? The issue also carries the review of Jhumpa Lahiri’s new book Echo of an Execution. The Ultimate, a story in the Nation section, highlights that Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Hooda has used realty and loyalty as unfailing currencies to affect a quiet rise in the Congress. The Swinging Swami, another story in the Nation section, is on Asaram Bapu. The rape allegation against the self-proclaimed godman is the latest in a long list of sexual impropriety charges levelled against him by former aides and devotees. The Entertainment section talks about the kids who dream big to become a star. They live in hotels and skip school to spend hours on sets singing or dancing. It’s the price TV’s young stars pay for fame and money. This issue has three free magazines – Woman, Simply Delhi and Simply Chennai – with it.

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