Highlights of India Today 30th July, issue:
This week's cover story, 'Save the Taj', is all about one of India's most celebrated Mughal monument - the Taj Mahal. A national treasure, the Taj is now a picture of monumental neglect and is at risk of irreversible damage from pollution and lackadaisical administrative mismanagement. The package also lists out what we can do to preserve this precious symbol of our heritage.
This week's issue also talks about Hima Das, the 18-year-old girl from Assam who became the first Indian athlete to win a major international track event.
This week's Big Story, Body Blow, talks about organ transplants in India. Despite growing awareness and changing laws, organ transplants continue to be mired in controversy, the latest being preferential allotment to foreign patients.
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