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India Today

Mar 29 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.

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

FIGHTING FOR NANDIGRAM

PINARAYI TAKES CONTROL

THE SOP OPERA CONTINUES

WHAT’S ON OFFER? • Some of the key promises—involving additional state expense—made by the AIADMK and the DMK

PROJECT CONFIDENCE

The Quad: Hype vs Reality

A TURBULENT TRIANGLE

VAZEING WAR

END OF AN ERA

A HINT FROM MR MOILY?

A Sporting Deputy

THE GREAT INDIAN THIRST • The country is staring at a grave water crisis unless we get our act together, and fast

“To succeed in our water missions, we’ll have to take them up as Jan Andolans”

ENDING THE DRUDGERY • Even seven decades after Independence, just over a third of India’s 191 million rural households have access to tap water. A nation’s hope now rides on the ambitious Jal Jeevan Mission

WHERE WOMEN RUN THE SHOW

TAPPING THE POTENTIAL • The ‘Har Ghar Nal Se Jal’ scheme is empowering thousands of women in Rajasthan by bringing potable water to their doorstep

THE BIG PICTURE

THE SPRING OF THEIR LIVES • A rain-shadow district in Sikkim begins reviving Himalayan springs, or dharas, to overcome its perpetual water crisis

THE BIG PICTURE

THE CITIES OF WOE • By 2050, at least 30 Indian cities will face a grave water risk, according to the WWF. The problems range from poor management of water sources, contaminated supplies, leaky distribution networks and vast volumes of untreated wastewater being poured into India’s rivers

METRO CRISIS • India’s urban population is set to grow massively over the next three decades—a major problem, since existing supplies of water are already insufficient to meet demand

TREATING ITS WATER BETTER • Delhi faces multiple water challenges, made more acute by supply shortages and booming demand. A long-term solution will require a raft of interventions and, more importantly, cooperation from neighbouring states

THE BIG PICTURE

THE GUJARAT MODEL • The state’s turnaround from acute scarcity to water adequacy in just two decades wasn’t just due to the Narmada canal, it also took visionary leadership

THE GUJARAT MODEL • The state’s turnaround from acute scarcity to water adequacy in just two decades wasn’t just due to the Narmada canal, it also took visionary leadership

A CLEAN INITIATIVE • Madurai-based Dhan Foundation’s work proves that defunct water bodies can be revived to benefit the farmlands

THE BIG PICTURE

OASES OF THEIR 0WN • A scheme to develop new watersheds and improve the utilisation efficiency of existing water resources has helped the government realise its ambition of making the state self-sufficient in its water needs

THE BIG PICTURE

BUNDS TO ABUNDANCE • A rain-deficient village in Bundelkhand erects farm bunds with its own funds to conserve water, produce bumper crop, and reverse years of migration

MAKING EVERY DROP COUNT • Nowhere is this dictum more precious than in India’s arid countryside. Farmers here have now realised that technology, community and shared resources can vastly improve their lot

LESS IS MORE • A...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 166 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Mar 29 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.

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

FIGHTING FOR NANDIGRAM

PINARAYI TAKES CONTROL

THE SOP OPERA CONTINUES

WHAT’S ON OFFER? • Some of the key promises—involving additional state expense—made by the AIADMK and the DMK

PROJECT CONFIDENCE

The Quad: Hype vs Reality

A TURBULENT TRIANGLE

VAZEING WAR

END OF AN ERA

A HINT FROM MR MOILY?

A Sporting Deputy

THE GREAT INDIAN THIRST • The country is staring at a grave water crisis unless we get our act together, and fast

“To succeed in our water missions, we’ll have to take them up as Jan Andolans”

ENDING THE DRUDGERY • Even seven decades after Independence, just over a third of India’s 191 million rural households have access to tap water. A nation’s hope now rides on the ambitious Jal Jeevan Mission

WHERE WOMEN RUN THE SHOW

TAPPING THE POTENTIAL • The ‘Har Ghar Nal Se Jal’ scheme is empowering thousands of women in Rajasthan by bringing potable water to their doorstep

THE BIG PICTURE

THE SPRING OF THEIR LIVES • A rain-shadow district in Sikkim begins reviving Himalayan springs, or dharas, to overcome its perpetual water crisis

THE BIG PICTURE

THE CITIES OF WOE • By 2050, at least 30 Indian cities will face a grave water risk, according to the WWF. The problems range from poor management of water sources, contaminated supplies, leaky distribution networks and vast volumes of untreated wastewater being poured into India’s rivers

METRO CRISIS • India’s urban population is set to grow massively over the next three decades—a major problem, since existing supplies of water are already insufficient to meet demand

TREATING ITS WATER BETTER • Delhi faces multiple water challenges, made more acute by supply shortages and booming demand. A long-term solution will require a raft of interventions and, more importantly, cooperation from neighbouring states

THE BIG PICTURE

THE GUJARAT MODEL • The state’s turnaround from acute scarcity to water adequacy in just two decades wasn’t just due to the Narmada canal, it also took visionary leadership

THE GUJARAT MODEL • The state’s turnaround from acute scarcity to water adequacy in just two decades wasn’t just due to the Narmada canal, it also took visionary leadership

A CLEAN INITIATIVE • Madurai-based Dhan Foundation’s work proves that defunct water bodies can be revived to benefit the farmlands

THE BIG PICTURE

OASES OF THEIR 0WN • A scheme to develop new watersheds and improve the utilisation efficiency of existing water resources has helped the government realise its ambition of making the state self-sufficient in its water needs

THE BIG PICTURE

BUNDS TO ABUNDANCE • A rain-deficient village in Bundelkhand erects farm bunds with its own funds to conserve water, produce bumper crop, and reverse years of migration

MAKING EVERY DROP COUNT • Nowhere is this dictum more precious than in India’s arid countryside. Farmers here have now realised that technology, community and shared resources can vastly improve their lot

LESS IS MORE • A...


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