Highlights of India Today 7th January 2019, issue:
This week’s issue is all about the newsmakers of 2018 - Men, women and institutions that made the headlines in the year, for good or for bad. Our newsmaker of the year 2018 is Congress president Rahul Gandhi. From political novice to primary challenger, Gandhi has come a long way in a few bruising years. Year 2018 saw him take on the might of the BJP and its mascot, Narendra Modi.
Others who made news - the brave women who raised their voices in the #MeToo movement, the institutions of RBI and CBI which faced a credibility crisis, the Mallyas, Modis and Kocchars who fell from grace and the Modi-Shah duo who may have lost their Midas touch.
Also included in this magazine, a look into the India Today South Conclave - an affair to remember.
The issue also comes with two free supplements: IT Women and Simply Mumbai.
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