Highlights of India Today 13th November 2017, issue:
This week's cover story delves into the dark world of child trafficking. Hundreds of minor girls every year are sold into sex trade and the numbers are, unfortunately, increasing every year. The story highlights the magnitude of this social menace which requires urgent attention of the authorities.
The latest issue also contains a review of Modi's shock therapy to the nation. A year ago, PM Modi announced a ban on the Rs 500 and 1000 notes, what followed was confusion, a change in policies and a hope to see an improvement in the falling economic rate. The article takes an in-depth look at the effects of Demonetisation and tries to answer the question that everyone has been asking - Was Demonetisation a success?
The special package on travel takes you through the breathtaking Pangi Valley in Himachal Pradesh, talks about Madhya Pradesh’s secrets and fables and brings you up close with the mountain gorillas of Rwanda.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Spice, and Simply Kolkata.
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