Highlights of India Today – 29th October September 2018 issue:
This week's cover story - Distress Signals - talks about how runaway fuel prices, a falling rupee, a banking crisis and an investment slowdown have all put the Indian economy under strain.
The story - Not So HAL and Hearty - looks at how India's aerospace PSU giant is starved for orders and struggling to stay afloat. It also raises a big question - Was the public sector giant shortchanged in the Rafale offsets deal?
This week's issue also carries this year's package on the High and Mighty and how the 182-metre Sardar Patel statue in Gujarat overcame engineering challenges.
The issue also comes with a free magazine: Home
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