Highlights of India Today –21st October 2019 issue:
This week’s issue puts the spotlight on a 2011 census that records a most staggering statistic- the rise of the unattached, independent woman, who has rejected the socially sanctioned default setting of a married life. For this, our cover story ‘Single and Happy’ features interviews of a cross-section of single women professionals from writers, architects to film personalities.
For the Big Story, we delve into how the old guard under Sonia Gandhi has begun to assert itself and turf out Rahul’s favourites in the Congress.
The issue also decodes the mystery of Kerala serial killer Jolly, who has been charged for the murders of six members of her family.
Further, the special feature talks about how sustainable and conscious living and a return to basics might characterise the future of luxury.
The magazine also comes with a free supplement- Spice.
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