Highlights of India Today 23rd July, issue:
This week's cover story talks about the recent lynchings over false rumours spread through WhatsApp, revealing the darker side of social media. The messaging app has been hijacked as a platform to spread hate and fake news, leading to lynchings in many states. The story also looks into how this can be countered.
This week's Big Story talks about a corruption case in China that sheds rare light on the nexus between business elites and officials at the highest level, with the trail leading to the doorstep of a former prime minister.
This week's issue has a special package on the India Today Make in India Awards that honour the brightest entrepreneurial brains in the country.
The issue also comes with three free magazines: Home, Simply Bangalore, and Simply Hyderabad.
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