Highlights of India Today 23rd January 2016, issue:
The cover story this week is a special package on the upcoming Assembly elections in 5 states - Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Manipur, Punjab and Uttarakhand.
The lead story, Modi's Class Card, looks at whether the BJP's bid to project Modi as the messiah of the poor will find traction in the high-stakes battle for Uttar Pradesh.
The nation story, Bridging the Gap, talks about Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani's novel project - Seva Setu - that brings the state's schemes for the poor right to their doorstep.
The Big Story titled 'The Red River Runs Dry' is on Maoists and looks at how PM Modi's demonetisation move has paralysed the Naxal extortion economy in Jharkhand.
The Special Story, The Gathering Storm, is on the Supreme Court and how it is locked in battle with the government over the judicial appointments issue. The story looks at how the coming months will test Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar's leadership.
With Tigers making frequent forays into urban areas around Bhopal, the special story, Tracking the Big Cats, looks at increasing man-animal conflict and how, thankfully, there have been no human or feline casualties so far.
The issue also comes with a free magazine: Simply Chennai
Highlights of India Today 12th September 2016, issue:
This week's cover story ' What went wrong in Kashmir and how to fix it' looks at the recent unrest in the Valley and why the issue has grown to become intractable. It also offers a solution in terms of what can be done to bring an end to Kashmir's deadlock.
The story 'Troubled Waters' discusses how, amid the heart of complex regional rivalries, the South China Sea - through which more than half of India's trade passes - poses a new diplomatic challenge for Delhi, which it needs to sort out at the East Asia Summit.
This issue's big story 'Sting of the Scorpene' looks at how the leaking of crucial data by an Australian daily has compromised India's submarine programme.
Our travel special 'Wander Wishlists' this week lets the reader enrich himself with the bounty of nature at Kanha National Park and partake in the charm of the uniquely Indian Buddhist trail from Bodh Gaya to Himalaya.
The issue also comes a free magazine: Simply Punjabi.