Highlights of India Today –23rd December 2019 issue:
In India, the second decade of the millennium, even though it started with a whimper, saw a tectonic shift. This week's issue focuses on the decade spanning 2010-2019 that saw the political narrative in the country undergo a significant, some would even say revolutionary, transformation.
The cover story looks back at what this transformative period means for India as it heads into the third decade of the millennium.
Our lead essay, 'The Breakaway Decade', delves into the fall of Manmohan Singh in the middle of the decade and the extraordinary rise of Narendra Modi. It focuses on how the heroes of one decade can end up as villains of the next- and vice versa - as it happened in India.
The Big Story, 'Politicising Asylum' highlights the changes the new amendment will bring to the Citizenship Act, 1955.
Sports writer Boria Majumdar traces India's rise as a cricket superpower and sees a possible breakthrough performance in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, while author and journalist Shreevatsa Nevatia examines how hate and misinformation have soured the social media dream.
This issue comes with one free supplement -- Home.
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