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India Today

Apr 05 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

THE TIPPING POINT

THE LOOMING CREDIT CRISIS

OF FAITH, TOURISM CRORES AND GOOD SENSE

MIRED IN THE TAPES

“We want the Mining Act to be amended”

THE CANINE COPS

WOOING THE WOMEN

On the Wrong Foot

KEEPING IT SHORT

REPEAT PERFORMANCES

Stripped of Power

BOMBGATE • An amateur plot to extort India’s richest man goes horribly wrong, lifting the lid off Mumbai’s murky khaki-khadi nexus and threatening the survival of the Uddhav Thackeray-led MVA government

DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE • AN EXPLOSIVES-LADEN VEHICLE OUTSIDE A BILLIONAIRE’S HOME, A MURDER, CROOKED COPS AND A THICKET OF POLITICAL ALLEGATIONS. SO FAR, THE ANTILIA BOMB INVESTIGATION HAS RAISED MORE QUESTIONS THAN IT HAS ANSWERED

THE DARK NET • Vaze was at the centre of a web of intersections between cops and politicians

THE CONTINUING MYSTERY • The Antilia incident, the murder of Mansukh Hiran and the explosive letter sent by Param Bir Singh to Uddhav Thackeray have left many unanswered questions

VIRAL SURGE • Signs that a second Covid wave is underway in the country

THE SECOND WAVE • A SHARP SPIKE IN CASES IN RECENT WEEKS HAS HEALTH EXPERTS AND THE GOVERNMENT WORRIED. WHAT’S CAUSING IT?

A PARADIGM SHIFT • THE RISE OF DATTATREYA HOSABALE HERALDS A GENERATIONAL SHIFT IN THE RSS. THE SANGH MIGHT NOW PULL CLOSER TO THE BJP, BUT IT STILL WON’T UNDERPLAY ITS INDEPENDENT LINE ON CRITICAL ISSUES

THE RSS FAMILY • The Sangh has a strong organisational set-up with clearly defined roles for its office-bearers

HIGH STAKES IN UPPER ASSAM • With the Congress-AIUDF alliance likely to gain in lower Assam and Barak Valley, the BJP-AGP must maintain its dominance in the 47 seats going to polls on March 27

THE CRITICAL PHASE 1 • The results of the 47 seats of the first phase, mostly spread across upper Assam, will determine the eventual winner of the Assam poll. In 2016, the BJP-AGP alliance won 35 of these while Congress-AIUDF won 11. One seat went to an Independent candidate

POLL BONANZA

WHY TEA GARDEN VOTES MATTER

THE LAST LEG • Mamata plays the lone, injured warrior against the full might of the BJP as West Bengal enters a do-or-die electoral contest

A HANDFUL OF PROBLEMS FOR PINARAYI VIJAYAN • Though polls suggest the Kerala chief minister will win a consecutive term, the LDF also faces challenges

GAME’S AFOOT

THE POLL PLOT THICKENS • With the assembly polls drawing closer in West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, political parties in the four states are raising their game as they enter the final stages of campaigning

History Lessons

The CAA Spanner

DOWN ON ITS LUCK

SHE’S ALL THAT • The India Today Woman Summit celebrated the diverse achievements of Indian women who have broken barrriers and charted their own paths

TEACHERS TO THE STARS • Behind every actor’s breathtaking stunt or sprint is a trainer who works quietly and tirelessly

Belly up to Bollywood • Sanjana Muthreja is teaching Hindi cinema’s Generation Z stars the A-B-C...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 66 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Apr 05 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

THE TIPPING POINT

THE LOOMING CREDIT CRISIS

OF FAITH, TOURISM CRORES AND GOOD SENSE

MIRED IN THE TAPES

“We want the Mining Act to be amended”

THE CANINE COPS

WOOING THE WOMEN

On the Wrong Foot

KEEPING IT SHORT

REPEAT PERFORMANCES

Stripped of Power

BOMBGATE • An amateur plot to extort India’s richest man goes horribly wrong, lifting the lid off Mumbai’s murky khaki-khadi nexus and threatening the survival of the Uddhav Thackeray-led MVA government

DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE • AN EXPLOSIVES-LADEN VEHICLE OUTSIDE A BILLIONAIRE’S HOME, A MURDER, CROOKED COPS AND A THICKET OF POLITICAL ALLEGATIONS. SO FAR, THE ANTILIA BOMB INVESTIGATION HAS RAISED MORE QUESTIONS THAN IT HAS ANSWERED

THE DARK NET • Vaze was at the centre of a web of intersections between cops and politicians

THE CONTINUING MYSTERY • The Antilia incident, the murder of Mansukh Hiran and the explosive letter sent by Param Bir Singh to Uddhav Thackeray have left many unanswered questions

VIRAL SURGE • Signs that a second Covid wave is underway in the country

THE SECOND WAVE • A SHARP SPIKE IN CASES IN RECENT WEEKS HAS HEALTH EXPERTS AND THE GOVERNMENT WORRIED. WHAT’S CAUSING IT?

A PARADIGM SHIFT • THE RISE OF DATTATREYA HOSABALE HERALDS A GENERATIONAL SHIFT IN THE RSS. THE SANGH MIGHT NOW PULL CLOSER TO THE BJP, BUT IT STILL WON’T UNDERPLAY ITS INDEPENDENT LINE ON CRITICAL ISSUES

THE RSS FAMILY • The Sangh has a strong organisational set-up with clearly defined roles for its office-bearers

HIGH STAKES IN UPPER ASSAM • With the Congress-AIUDF alliance likely to gain in lower Assam and Barak Valley, the BJP-AGP must maintain its dominance in the 47 seats going to polls on March 27

THE CRITICAL PHASE 1 • The results of the 47 seats of the first phase, mostly spread across upper Assam, will determine the eventual winner of the Assam poll. In 2016, the BJP-AGP alliance won 35 of these while Congress-AIUDF won 11. One seat went to an Independent candidate

POLL BONANZA

WHY TEA GARDEN VOTES MATTER

THE LAST LEG • Mamata plays the lone, injured warrior against the full might of the BJP as West Bengal enters a do-or-die electoral contest

A HANDFUL OF PROBLEMS FOR PINARAYI VIJAYAN • Though polls suggest the Kerala chief minister will win a consecutive term, the LDF also faces challenges

GAME’S AFOOT

THE POLL PLOT THICKENS • With the assembly polls drawing closer in West Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu and Kerala, political parties in the four states are raising their game as they enter the final stages of campaigning

History Lessons

The CAA Spanner

DOWN ON ITS LUCK

SHE’S ALL THAT • The India Today Woman Summit celebrated the diverse achievements of Indian women who have broken barrriers and charted their own paths

TEACHERS TO THE STARS • Behind every actor’s breathtaking stunt or sprint is a trainer who works quietly and tirelessly

Belly up to Bollywood • Sanjana Muthreja is teaching Hindi cinema’s Generation Z stars the A-B-C...


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