Highlights of India Today 9th October 2017, issue:
This week, the cover story is on BJP president Amit Shah. The package focuses on his strategies and looks at whether they will work in favour of the saffron party in the General Elections of 2019 and ensure a 350-plus-seats victory.
The story - Digging in at Doklam – takes stock of the situation at the high-altitude plateau a month after the withdrawal and how there are more Chinese troops than ever on the disputed land. The PLA has fortified its presence there and is settling down for the long haul and how it is becoming a close-up of the game of high-altitude Himalayan chess.
Other stories look at how Kamal Haasan has made headlines by announcing his entry into Tamil Nadu politics, India's stand on the Rohingya crisis and how the United States of America has tightened the noose around Pakistan.
In leisure, the issue has a story on Rajkumar Rao-starrer Newton, India's official entry to the Oscars and a question and answer session with Ronnie Screwvala.
The issue also comes with three free magazines: Spice, Simply Chennai and Simply Pune
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