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In this issue

Highlights of India Today – 17th December 2018 issue:

This week's cover story - Imran's Googly - looks at Pakistan's diplomatic masterstroke with its Kartarpur initiative. India, which has always held itself as the peace-broker with Pakistan, has been sent on the backfoot with Imran Khan extending the olive branch this time. How should PM Modi win back the game?
The Big Story 'The Devil's In The Data' examines the implications that recalibration of GDP data by the current government has for the upcoming elections, the credibility of India's economic statistics and politics.
The Big Story also details the profile of Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik, whose recent manoeuvres in the state have left many confused as to where his loyalties lie.
The issue also puts the spotlight on the dividend the Assam's Citizenship Amendment Bill will pay for the BJP's electoral prospects
The issue also comes with a free magazine: IT Spice.

Cow Klux Klan

If the ideological opponents of Hindutva had put forward the events in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh, on December 3 as a hypothetical worst-case scenario, a product of the official indulgence of ‘cow-protecting’ vigilantes, they’d be accused of fear-mongering.

Cow Klux Klan

3 mins

A Harvest Of Discontent

Some carrying skulls of their dead friends, others braving the November cold bare-chested, widows of cotton farmers from Telangana’s Nalgonda district holding photographs of their dead husbands, tribals from Bastar demanding forest rights—thousands of farmers, representing 206 organisations from across the country, assembled at Delhi’s Ramlila ground under the aegis of the Kisan Mukti March and marched towards Parliament on November 30.

2 mins

Politics By Numbers

The decision to give Marathas 16 per cent quota may brighten the BJP’s prospects in the 2019 Lok Sabha election, but will it stand legal scrutiny?

Politics By Numbers

2 mins

Wheels Within Wheels

The BJP’s yatra aims to cover all 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state, Trinamool counters with a planned ‘purification’ drive.

Wheels Within Wheels

3 mins

Cauvery Water Dispute- Reservoir Of Resistance

Karnataka says it’s meant to resolve Bengaluru’s water crisis, Tamil Nadu objects.

Cauvery Water Dispute- Reservoir Of Resistance

2 mins

Imran's Googly

The Pakistan prime minister caught India off-guard by seizing the initiative on Kartarpur. Team Modi needs to step up the game now to prevent India from appearing as the intransigent party in the eyes of the world.

10+ mins

Governor Malik And The Kashmir Muddle

Installed as a political yes-man, Satya Pal Malik’s unpredictable utterances and erratic decisions have won him few friends—even in the BJP.

Governor Malik And The Kashmir Muddle

7 mins

The Devil In The GDP Data

The new GDP back series released just months before the general election raises a political stink and threatens to erode the credibility of India's economic data worldwide.

The Devil In The GDP Data

9 mins

Shifting Ground For TRS

The Congress-LED front, with a calibrated campaign, gives the TRS a run for its money.

Shifting Ground For TRS

5 mins

The Assam Discord

Fears that the Citizenship Amendment Bill will enfranchise Bengali migrants in Assam stoke a backlash that could damage the BJP’s electoral prospects in the state.

The Assam Discord

7 mins

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India Today Magazine Description:

PublisherIndia Today Group

CategoryNews

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

India Today is a weekly news magazine published by Living Media India Limited. It was founded in 1975 and is the most widely circulated magazine in India.

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