Highlights of India Today 04th September 2017, issue:
This week's Cover Story gives a behind-the-scenes account of the showdown between former Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka and co-founder Narayana Murthy, and what lies ahead for the Indian IT bellwether Infosys.
The Big Story focuses on the Blue Whale Challenge, the deaths it has caused so far, and how Indian children are coming in the embrace of the dark net, which goes far and beyond just this one suicide 'game'.
A special segment on triple talaq discusses whether the Supreme Court's verdict was a landmark ruling or an infringement of religious rights, and how it may have opened a new can of worm.
The West Bengal page talks about how Mamata Banerjee's closest confidant, Mukul Roy is no longer in Didi's good books. With Mukul dismissing claims of joining the BJP, the story discusses his next move.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Woman, and Simply Kolkata.
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