Highlights of India Today 20th May 2019, issue:
This week’s cover story delves into how the votes of 300 million, whose livelihoods have been disrupted in various sectors, could influence the outcome of the Lok Sabha 2019 polls.
The state of the agricultural sector has worsened in the past five years, causing acute rural distress and fuelling farmers’ protests. India’s once flourishing textile sector is battling falling sales and profits besides infrastructure challenges.
While demonetisation and cow vigilantism have hurt the leather economy, Chinese synthetic rubber has hit domestic rubber production and environmental issues weigh down plastics. Other than these, real estate, telecom and textile industries are also struggling to see better prospects.
In the Big Story, this issue of India Today magazine discusses the recent success in getting Masood Azhar designated a global terrorist.
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