Highlights of India Today 26th June 2017, issue:
The cover story this week focuses on cancer and the various new methods of treatment that are available to the patients now, and how new breakthroughs in drugs and therapies might make it possible to finally conquer the deadly disease.
In an exclusive interview, Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath talks about his three months in office and discusses the past problems and the way forward for the state.
The Nation page talks about how the Assam police has busted a mega job scam in the state, and how it is a personal victory for Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal during his first year in power.
The Terrorism package lists out the recent rise in terrorist activity and also looks at a worrying increase in recruitments being conducted by extremist Sikh outfits in Punjab.
This week's issue also contains the special India Today-Nielsen Company survey on the best institutes for higher education in the country.
The issue also comes with five free magazines: Home, Simply Chennai, Simply Punjabi, Simply Bangalore, and Simply Delhi.
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