Highlights of India Today –28th December 2020 issue:
This week's Cover Story talks about India’s banking sector being frequently under the spotlight, and usually for unflattering reasons—
from an insupportable pileup of loans gone bad (non-performing assets or NPAs
in banking parlance) to outright fraud to cronyism or worse.
The issue also looks at a controversial new law in Uttar Pradesh, ostensibly intended to hinder forcible conversion in
interfaith marriages, which is seen by many as a communal tactic and a threat to basic constitutional rights.
The issue also focuses on the Union home minister and BJP leader Amit Shah at the Charminar in Hyderabad during the GHMC poll campaign, Nov. 28
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