Highlights of India Today 24th July 2017, issue:
This week's Cover Story focuses on the recent cases of mob lynching in the country, from the killing of two Muslim cattle traders in Jharkhand last year to that of 15-year-old Junaid Khan last month. The story also speaks about the need for the government to stamp out lynch mobs and cow vigilantes.
The Big Story talks about the shock and horror of Anantnag Yatra terror strike, and how it may also have brought in its wake a steely political resolve to turn back the clock in Kashmir.
The Crime section tells the story of Malayalam superstar Dileep, who was arrested for abduction and sexual assault of an actor in February this year. It also uncovers the dark underbelly of Malayalam cinema.
The Nation pages cover the corruption charges against former Bihar CM Lalu Prasad Yadav and his family, and how the latest CBI raids land their party, the Rashtriya Janata Dal's, alliance with CM Nitish Kumar in crisis.
The issue also comes with a free magazine: Simply Chennai, Simply Bangalore, Simply Punjabi.
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