Highlights of India Today 15th May 2017, issue:
The India Today cover story this week, Can She Stem The Rot, focuses on Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti's struggle to control Jammu and Kashmir, the rising dissent in her own party, and why she needs the help of a reluctant centre
The Big Story this week, Picking Up The Pieces, Slowly, delves into Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s initiatives to bring the Grand Old Party out of the coma it finds itself in. As part of the process, he has begun with a rejig of party strategists for the poll-bound states.
The story, The Seeds of Discontent, the curious dilemma the farmers of Maharashtra have found themselves in. Despite having a bumper harvest, the low prices for their produce have left the farmers with nothing in their hands.
The States page has a story on how Haryana has recorded the best sex ratio this year since its formation with the state government continuing to enforce strict pre-natal laws to ensure a check on female foeticide.
The Cinema package talks about how the fame and success of Telegu blockbuster Baahubali 2 has left Bollywood in the shade, and if the upcoming summer releases will be able to get B’Town back in the game.
The issue also comes with a free magazine: Simply Bangalore
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