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India Today

Feb 22 2021
Magazine

India Today is the leading news magazine and most widely read publication in India. The magazine’s leadership is unquestioned, so much so that India Today is what Indian journalism is judged by, for its integrity and ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. Breaking news and shaping opinion, it is now a household name and the flagship brand of India’s leading multidimensional media group. Additionally, the weekly brings with it a range supplements like Women, Home, Aspire, Spice and Simply which focus on style, health, education, fashion, etc. and Indian cities.

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

THE THIRD DIMENSION

MINE GAMES

LOCAL TAKEOFF • INDIGENISATION OF INDIAN DEFENCE AVIATION GETS A BIG PUSH

WALKING THE TALK • IN A BONANZA FOR INDIGENOUS DEFENCE AVIATION, THE GOVERNMENT HAS AWARDED CONTRACTS WORTH Rs 48,000 CRORE, WITH ANOTHER Rs 25,000 CRORE WORTH OF ORDERS IN THE PIPELINE

THE PIPELINE

Mission Mumbai • The Shiv Sena has so far held its own in Mumbai but the BJP is catching up

DOWN WITH DYNASTY

TWITTER’S NEW BIHARI BABU

Need for Speed

V-DAY DIVERSION

Virtually Speaking

A HALF-OPEN WINDOW

India’s Myanmar Tightrope

THE POLL POTBOILER • It’s Tamil Nadu’s first assembly election without its towering leaders. But the contest is still very much between the Dravidian heavyweights DMK and AIADMK. The national parties are likely to be bit players

THE POLL TREND

THE TAMIL NADU GALAXY

In Amma’s Name • Invoking the AIADMK icon is the party’s topline strategy for the upcoming poll

“We are driven by a desire to deliver the best to the people”

A RUDE WAKE-UP CALL • A devastating flash flood in the Himalayan state highlights the urgent need to protect the region’s fragile environment and review unbridled development activity

DEVASTATION IN A FLASH • On the morning of February 7, a part of a ‘hanging glacier’ on the slopes of Nanda Devi in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district broke off, triggering flash floods in tributaries of the Alaknanda river and causing widespread damage

THE JAT ENGINE • Rakesh Tikait’s impassioned appeal has resuscitated the farmers’ movement and given the Jats a leader to rally around, making the government’s task that much more difficult

Counting the Jat Vote

Pinarayi in Poll Position • The local body election results have injected new life into the Left Front election campaign. Can the CPI(M) chief minister ride them to victory?

THE FIREARMS TRAP • India’s armed forces suffer due to crippling dependence on whimsical global weapons manufacturers. Behind the crisis is the country’s flawed firearms production-acquisition policy and low R&D

Stress Test • From having to sell his business to facing legal challenges on his deal with Reliance and a one-year ban from the capital markets, retail icon Kishore Biyani finds himself in distinctly inglorious circumstances

JOURNEY OF A RETAILER

COMING SOONTOA THEATRE NEARYOU • With cinemas operating at full capacity again, producers and studios are announcing release dates for the blockbusters they have been sitting on for the past year

2021 RELEASES

ALWAYS AT LARGE • By making headlines alongside his new music, the real Daler Mehndi is again standing up

Adding Another OCTAVE • With some help from her brother, Shreya Ghoshal is widening an already brimming repertoire

The Nature of Things • A rare exhibition in Delhi forces you to see both the woods and the trees

HIS BODY OF WORK • Winner of this year’s Berlin Art Prize, Sajan Mani will keep using his body to fight discrimination

KITCHEN SINK REALISM • By telling...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 68 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Feb 22 2021

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India Today is the leading news magazine and most widely read publication in India. The magazine’s leadership is unquestioned, so much so that India Today is what Indian journalism is judged by, for its integrity and ability to bring unbiased and incisive perspective to arguably the most dynamic, yet perplexing, region in the world. Breaking news and shaping opinion, it is now a household name and the flagship brand of India’s leading multidimensional media group. Additionally, the weekly brings with it a range supplements like Women, Home, Aspire, Spice and Simply which focus on style, health, education, fashion, etc. and Indian cities.

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

THE THIRD DIMENSION

MINE GAMES

LOCAL TAKEOFF • INDIGENISATION OF INDIAN DEFENCE AVIATION GETS A BIG PUSH

WALKING THE TALK • IN A BONANZA FOR INDIGENOUS DEFENCE AVIATION, THE GOVERNMENT HAS AWARDED CONTRACTS WORTH Rs 48,000 CRORE, WITH ANOTHER Rs 25,000 CRORE WORTH OF ORDERS IN THE PIPELINE

THE PIPELINE

Mission Mumbai • The Shiv Sena has so far held its own in Mumbai but the BJP is catching up

DOWN WITH DYNASTY

TWITTER’S NEW BIHARI BABU

Need for Speed

V-DAY DIVERSION

Virtually Speaking

A HALF-OPEN WINDOW

India’s Myanmar Tightrope

THE POLL POTBOILER • It’s Tamil Nadu’s first assembly election without its towering leaders. But the contest is still very much between the Dravidian heavyweights DMK and AIADMK. The national parties are likely to be bit players

THE POLL TREND

THE TAMIL NADU GALAXY

In Amma’s Name • Invoking the AIADMK icon is the party’s topline strategy for the upcoming poll

“We are driven by a desire to deliver the best to the people”

A RUDE WAKE-UP CALL • A devastating flash flood in the Himalayan state highlights the urgent need to protect the region’s fragile environment and review unbridled development activity

DEVASTATION IN A FLASH • On the morning of February 7, a part of a ‘hanging glacier’ on the slopes of Nanda Devi in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district broke off, triggering flash floods in tributaries of the Alaknanda river and causing widespread damage

THE JAT ENGINE • Rakesh Tikait’s impassioned appeal has resuscitated the farmers’ movement and given the Jats a leader to rally around, making the government’s task that much more difficult

Counting the Jat Vote

Pinarayi in Poll Position • The local body election results have injected new life into the Left Front election campaign. Can the CPI(M) chief minister ride them to victory?

THE FIREARMS TRAP • India’s armed forces suffer due to crippling dependence on whimsical global weapons manufacturers. Behind the crisis is the country’s flawed firearms production-acquisition policy and low R&D

Stress Test • From having to sell his business to facing legal challenges on his deal with Reliance and a one-year ban from the capital markets, retail icon Kishore Biyani finds himself in distinctly inglorious circumstances

JOURNEY OF A RETAILER

COMING SOONTOA THEATRE NEARYOU • With cinemas operating at full capacity again, producers and studios are announcing release dates for the blockbusters they have been sitting on for the past year

2021 RELEASES

ALWAYS AT LARGE • By making headlines alongside his new music, the real Daler Mehndi is again standing up

Adding Another OCTAVE • With some help from her brother, Shreya Ghoshal is widening an already brimming repertoire

The Nature of Things • A rare exhibition in Delhi forces you to see both the woods and the trees

HIS BODY OF WORK • Winner of this year’s Berlin Art Prize, Sajan Mani will keep using his body to fight discrimination

KITCHEN SINK REALISM • By telling...


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