Highlights of India Today 23rd October 2017, issue:
The cover story is an exclusive interview with former President Pranab Mukherjee, who speaks on a range of issues - including what brought about Congress' downfall and how its legacy of 132 years bulwarks it against extinction.
'Family trouble' is the special report on the now-strained relationship between the BJP and its wellspring the RSS and what fuelled this friction.
This issue's big story looks at how PLA is set to undergo massive changes in leadership and why it reflects Xi's ideology that says 'Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun'.
In Art and Culture, read how the Bihar government is seeking to reclaim the state's historic footprint with an international centre of culture.
The issue also comes with five free magazines: Home, Simply Delhi, Simply Gujarati, Simply Hyderabad, and Simply Chennai
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