Highlights of India Today 27th November 2017, issue:
This week's Cover Story focuses on the annual State of the States study, which takes a close look at the growth of India's economy in the country's 29 states, and where exactly these states stand in the narrative of competitive federalism.
The State of States package also carries 14 different stories that provide detailed studies on the performances of different states, their economy, signature schemes, etc.
The Big Story discusses the looming horror that is smog, how Delhi is reeling under its thick shroud, and how there is still no strategy to combat the problem beyond an emergency plan to deal with extreme duress.
A special report on Health talks about how sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) may be sweet on the tongue, but are actually poison for your cardio metabolic health.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Woman, and Simply Bangalore.
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