Highlights of India Today 06th August 2018, issue:
This week's cover story, The Nowhere People, talks about Assam’s National Register of Citizenship, which will be released on July 30 and is likely to strip 2 million or more people of their basic rights to vote, to property and to state benefits.
This week's issue also talks about the mysterious death of 11 members of a family in Delhi's Burari area. The story sheds light on how many Indian families are susceptible to shared psychotic disorders.
Continuing our Save the Taj campaign, the story looks at how the national treasure is at risk of irreversible damage from pollution and administrative mismanagement.
The Big Story features The Rafale Dogfight and looks at the NDA government’s purchase of 36 Rafale fighter aircraft and how it turned into a political controversy.
The issue also comes with three free magazines: Women, Simply Kolkata, and Simply Chennai.
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