Highlights of India Today 20th November 2017, issue:
This week's Cover Story – Why Eggs Are Good For You - delves into a new research which proves that eggs, after years of being shunned as the culprits behind heart diseases, are actually good for your health.
The Big Story – There Goes The Neighbourhood – looks at China’s ambitious One Belt, One Road plan which will be crucial for the country to expand its presence in the South Asian region. The report also discusses how New Delhi plans to respond to it.
The story - Not So Fast, Rahul – talks about Congress' chances in Gujarat, and if the party, buoyed by anti-incumbency and caste dissatisfaction, is being too optimistic about its appeal to Gujarati voters.
A special report on The India Today State of the State Conclave honours the change agents driving Odisha’s transformation from a poverty-stricken state to a frontrunner in economic and social development.
The issue also carries a special report on Jharkhand’s Maoists, and how they are siphoning off what they can even as police sources claim that a string of recent cases have exposed corruption among high-ranking comrades.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Home, and Simply Punjabi.
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