Highlights of India Today – 10th September 2018 issue:
This week's cover story - The Explosive Truth - delves into the findings of a highly anticipated study of DNA recovered from the 4,500-year-old skeletons found at the Rakhigarhi Harappan site. The findings have a few problematic posers on India as an ancient civilisation and reveal evidence that will unsettle Hindutva nationalists who have been trying to project the Indus Valley Civilisation as 'Vedic'.
The week's Big Story previews the first ever 2+2 dialogue that India and the US are embarking on as they look at ways to raise the Indo-US relationship from the depths it has sunk to.
The issue also takes a look at how Kerala is picking up the pieces after facing the worst flood in a century.
The issue also examines how long the Taj Mahal can handle the rush of tourists the monument gets each year.
The issue comes with three free magazines: Spice, Simply Kolkata, and Simply Hyderabad.
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