Highlights of India Today – 19th November 2018 issue:
This week’s cover story – The Final Frontier – look at India’s ambitious plans to send a manned mission into space by 2022. The package also looks at how the mission has spinoff benefits far beyond the bragging rights that will accrue to the fourth space superpower. The story also look at whether ISRO, a proven force in satellite launches, is ready for the space mission or not.
The Big Story – Who Pays For The Party - is on election funding and how it remains an opaque, black money-driven exercise, while the ‘reforms’ have only made it worse.
The Upfront package looks at the Ram Mandir issue in the story The Return to Ayodhya and also takes a deep dive into the PM’s speedy loan promise to MSMEs and whether this promise is just a pie in the sky.
The issue puts the spotlight on India Today State of the State Bihar, an in-depth analysis of the state - what it is doing right and how to make it better.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Spice and Simply Kolkata.
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