Highlights of Reader’s Digest April 2018, issue:
We're back with the humour special! This time our cover story's focus is on the clown in every clan. We asked you, our readers, to share hilarious stories of their nutty family members. It was hard to choose from amongst so many wonderful entries. But there they are: tales of snoopy relatives, crazy uncles and amusing childhood experiences. Then, flip through the pages for an American CIA agent's insider's guide to government-speech. Don’t forget the Indian glossary of governance, a satirical take on sarkari terms we are all familiar with. Read all about Graham Norton, comedian and television presenter, on 20 years in show business and his last meeting with Carrie Fisher. Another fun read is Strange Attractions, on museums around the world dedicated to failed romantic relationships.
Do not miss our Drama in Real Life, a survival quest of seven men lost at sea; how a woman grieved the untimely death of her husband through his texts and emails; the story of an openly gay (to the world) man who has yet to come out to his loving and supportive parents; a Cambodian taxi driver and his rendezvous with Angelina Jolie; a round up of India's most glorious UNESCO World Heritage sites; and the latest expert-backed advice on how to eat right. There’s also a full report on Reader’s Digest Chronics, a special storytelling event involving six well-known authors. This issue promises to be a mix of humour, health, heart and drama. Happy reading!
Highlights of Reader’s Digest February 2016, issue: Happiness Begins with Humour Of Love and Money It’s February and while the world celebrates love (we do too), we also know it’s still the beginning of the year and we’re all still hanging on to our resolutions. It’s the best time to make a sound financial plan, rather than scrambling at the end of the year to put together investments. But since there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, our cover story lays down the basics and helps you build on these. But because money can’t buy everything, we have a heart-warming tale of what our loved ones really want from us. In our other special stories: Shafqat Amanat Ali on what he’d do if he ruled the world, an interview with Michael Caine, how to get lucky, and whether the new black money law really will work. Plus, a look into The Making of a Jihadist and why a healthy young man did what he did. There’s also something for us to sleep over: a special report on sleep, how we, in India, are not getting enough of it, and how we can get our full eight hours. Travel down Australia’s Great Ocean Road, and round it off with a story of a film-maker who has lived well beyond his years, with the support and love of his family. Yes, love does make the world go around. So don’t miss our Valentine’s Day special: To Fall in Love with Anyone, Do This...