Highlights of India Today 28th August 2017, issue:
Both President and Vice-President from the NDA camp, Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar seeking BJP's support to form a new government... is it right to think that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is invincible? Find out this and more as this week's edition covers the India Today-Karvy Insights Mood of the Nation poll.
Chairman emeritus of Raymond, 78-year-old Vijaypat Singhania, does not have a proper roof over his head. A court battle between him and son Gautam shakes up one of India's largest clothing brands. Read 'A Bitter Suit' this week in the India Today magazine.
From being called 'kalua' back in his childhood days to being the "dark in demand" guy - actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui speaks to India Today on his upcoming film Babumoshai Bandookbaaz.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Home, and Simply Hyderabad.
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