Highlights of India Today – 22nd October September 2018 issue:
This week's cover story - #MeToo Hits Home – looks at how the raging fire of the #MeToo movement has taken India by storm. Skeletons have come tumbling out of newsrooms, comedy collectives, film studios and ad agencies as women have started calling out men on social media.
The Big Story this week - A Unique Dilemma - highlights the confusions around Aadhaar and its validity. The Supreme Court on September 26, 2018, declared Aadhaar as constitutionally valid but there are now limits on its indiscriminate use. In its order, the Supreme Court has also validated concerns over data protection and privacy.
The special report - The Elusive Mayawati - looks at how the opposition grand alliance is in crisis with the BSP supremo dumping the Congress ahead of assembly elections in three states.
Other stories in this week's issue look the deaths of 23 Asiatic lions in Gujarat's Gir Forests and also how the Pinarayi government in Kerala is facing strident protests from Hindu outfits over the Supreme Court's verdict on the Sabarimala temple row. The States package looks at how a Dalit-Muslim alliance is poised to give the BJP a headache in Maharashtra.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Spice and Simply Punjabi.
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