Highlights of India Today 11th December 2017, issue:
This week's Cover Story focuses on how the troika of Hardik Patel, Alpesh Thakor and Jignesh Mevani has added a dash of unpredictability to the Gujarat assembly elections, and discusses whether the three together can bring the 22-year-long BJP rule in the state to an end.
A special package in this week's issue covers the first India Today East Conclave in West Bengal, which showcased the abundant cultural diversity of the eastern and northeastern states in all their glory.
The Big Story – Nobody’s Business - talks about how, despite India moving up 30 places in the latest World Bank ease of doing business rankings, starting and running a business in the country continues to be an ordeal which requires bold regulatory reforms.
The Nation story – The Way We Die Now - discusses a first-of-its kind study in India which maps sickness and health across the nation and shows what is really ailing the people of the country.
The issue also comes with three free magazines: Spice, Aspire, and Simply Hyderabad.
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