Highlights of India Today 1st April 2019, issue:
India Today magazine issue of April 1, 2019 talks about the might of India's 84 million young voters. The cover story is 'Catching Them Young' is a look into how political parties are busy fine-tuning their messaging and sharpening their outreach to appeal to a segment that could make or break their fortunes this Lok Sabha election: the first-time voter.
In a special look at the horticulture sector in India finds that despite record production, inadequate infrastructure is making horticulture an unviable option for the Indian farmer.
Meanwhile, a dive into state politics shows how Mamata Banerjee plans to take on the might of Narendra Modi in West Bengal. But will candidate selection and defections let the TMC supremo down?
Also in focus, how Kerala is getting back on track after the devastating 2018 floods. Six months after the worst floods in a century, funds and shortages persist but Kerala is slowly getting back on track finds 'On The Road to Recovery'.
The issue comes with three supplements -- Aspire, Simply Punjabi and Simply Mumbai.
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