Highlights of India Today 16th October 2017, issue:
A mere 230,000 jobs were created in eight key sectors from April-December 2016, a far cry from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 2013 promise. India Today's cover story is about the big job crisis that India is facing right now.
Host to 200,000 refugees from across the world, India is vehemently unwelcoming of the Rohingya fleeing Myanmar. Is there more to this than meets the eye? India Today reports.
This month's issue also carries a special report on how Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh's close aide Honeypreet was arrested after some televised histronics.
India is gradually developing a cleaner environment because the women of the nation have taken the lead in this mission - this was the consensus at the third India Today Safaigiri Awards. Take a look at winners of India Today's Safaigiri awards in the issue.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Simply Kolkata, and Simply Punjabi.
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