Issue : October 12, 2015
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Highlights of India Today English issue dated October 12th, 2015. The Cover Story this week, 'Modi's global push', revolves around the Prime Minister's attempts to pull out all stops with an aggressive foreign policy to make India a leading power in the world. The Nation story, 'Raje's plank to resurgence', says Rajasthan has met with some success in its new drive against corruption. But can it sustain the campaign or is it a move to divert attention from the Lalit Modi saga? The issue also carries a Defence report on 'The big freeze' which tells us how the contracts and policies worth billions that are stuck in Manohar Parrikar's defence ministry are affecting the preparedness of the armed forces. In an exclusive interview, Malala Yousafzai says the terrorists who shot her motivated her to stand up for her rights. She says her struggle for education is not western or eastern. It is a human right which cannot be ignored, says Malala. The India Today special on the Safaigiri Summit and Awards 2015 carries the report 'Wiping the slate clean' on how Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Swachh Bharat campaign requires a swachh mindset, which treats filth as a national shame. The issue has 3 free magazines - Aspire, Simply Bangalore and Simply Punjabi.
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