Highlights of India Today – 27th August 2018 issue:
This week’s issue titled – Back to Coalitions – is a deep dive into the Mood of the Nation even as the Modi government at the Centre is nearly half way into its last year at the helm. The survey looks at the struggle that the Modi government will have to face in 2019 in the face of a united Opposition. The survey also looks at how with the BJP falling short of the majority in the survey, it will most probably have to depend on allies – old and new – if it wants to return to power again.
In this edition of the Save The Taj, the campaign looks at how far the UP government can get the multiple stakeholders to work in harmony to preserve the monument of love.
The main Up Front story is about Hindutva terrorist Vaibhav Raut and the probe into the large cache of arms and ammunition found in his house.
Up Front also carries two obituaries: The first is of former Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee and the second is of acclaimed novelist VS Naipaul.
The issue comes with two free magazines: Home, and Aspire.
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