Highlights of India Today 29th May 2017, issue: Three years after Narendra Modi was sworn in as the Prime Minister of the country, the cover story - NDA: Hits and Misses - looks at how things have changed in the government and how the Modi government has balanced the nation with respect to different aspects from agriculture to technolody sectors.
The Leisure package looks at Vedic martial arts and how both the sexes are making a place for themselves in the traditional art form. From Kalaripayattu to Silambam, the package also looks at the other martial arts forms and how yogic techniques are used in the art of the mace, which is slowly gaining popularity.
The Upfront package talks about China's OBOR (One Belt, One Road) plan which consists of a land belt of economic corridors to Europe and maritime silk route network of ports in southeast and South Asia. The package also talks about the Ransomware and cyber security and how WannaCry Ransomware has started a cyber war that is now challenging global cyber security.
The package also has a special story on the growth of IT sector and how the industry's growth has slowed down in the past few years. It also talks about how the increase in automation is a major threat to lower-end jobs that require minimal human interference.
The issue also comes with four free magazines: Woman, Simply Pune, Simply Punjabi, and Simply Chennai.
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