Highlights of India Today – 03rd September 2018 issue:
This September 3, 2018 issue of India Today examines the legacy of Atal Bihari Vajpayee as a poet, politician, reformer, and statesman.
The story – After the Flood – looks at how excess rainfall, dam mismanagement and ecological neglect resulted in Kerala’s worst flood in a hundred years. A heroic rescue effort notwithstanding, the state now faces the challenge of rebuilding itself on an unprecedented scale.
The Leisure section includes a candid interview with Devdutt Pattanaik who talks about his latest book, fans, critics and illustrating his works.
The Up Front story - Modi's New Man in the Valley - looks at how the Centre is preparing for a more direct political engagement in Jammu & Kashmir with the appointment of Satya Pal Malik as the state's new governor.
The anniversary special Smart Money section tells you how to plan your finances better and risk proof your future with equities.
The issue comes with a free magazine: Simply Bangalore
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