Highlights of India Today – 5th November 2018 issue:
This week's cover story - What A Mess - is about how a corruption scandal, a bitter turf war between its top functionaries, and an unprecedented purge in its wake have caused irreparable damage to the CBI’s credibility. The story also looks at whether the CBI and Modi government can recover from this setback.
The story, Blood On The Rails, recounts the horrible Amritsar train accident that killed more than 50 people on Dussehra night. The story also looks at the lessons that can be learnt from the mishap.
The other big story - Mandir Momentum - is around the Ayodhya civil suit and how the Sangh Parivar is stepping up the pressure to get Ram Mandir constructed in Ayodhya. The Supreme Court will hear the case on October 29.
In the story - Bigger Than Bollywood - meet the superstars of five film industries who don’t need Hindi films to assert their popularity.
The issue also comes with two free magazines: Women, and Simply Chennai.
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