Highlights of India Today 18th December 2017, issue:
The cover story of this issue - The New Raga - looks at how the reluctant Gandhi scion can’t run anymore now that the Congress' reins are finally in his hands. The story also raises the crucial question as to whether Rahul raj can revive the Grand Old Party’s dwindling political fortunes or not.
The big story - In the name of Ram - puts forth the Ayodhya almanac, a 25-year-long timeline of events that has shaped what we know today as the Ayodhya dispute.
The special report, Modi's Late Charge, debates if BJP's star campaigner in Gujarat - Prime Minister Narendra Modi - can single-handedly get the party across the victory line?
Remembering veteran actor Shashi Kapoor, who passed away on December 4, the issue carries a heart-warming obituary titled The Last Romantic.
The issue also comes with three free magazines: Home, Simply Punjabi, and Simply Pune.
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