Highlights of India Today 26th February 2018, issue:
This issue's cover package – Playing With Fire – looks at the spike in terror attacks in Kashmir and lists out the options India has to deal with Pakistan. It also look at how in the face-off between New Delhi and Islamabad, Kashmir is the casualty.
The political story is on the upcoming elections in Nagaland and Meghalaya and lists out reasons as to why the BJP needs to win the two states to accomplish its Mission Northeast and to secure ground for the Lok Sabha battle next year.
With Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's first visit to India in February, India Today examines if Trudeau can breathe trust into India-Canada ties.
For the Budget read, The Big Squeeze offers insight on why the sops will bring the MSME sector some relief, but they won’t solve its structural problems.
Under Fashion, read how Indian designers are working with sustainable fabrics and using emotive ideas to restore purpose to fashion.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Home, and Simply Delhi
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