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India Today

May 10 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 COST OF LOCKDOWNS • The financial impact on states of the ongoing lockdowns

THE VACCINE RACE

Getting Tech-savvy

CARAVAN MINISTER

Policing the Police

A SHOT AT RECOVERY

TOURISM TRAVAILS

THE CAPTAIN’S LONELY CORNER

COVID’S NIGHT WITHOUT END

WHY LALU STILL MATTERS

THE LALU CASE FILE

GASPING FOR BREATH • A LETHAL SECOND WAVE AND CRITICAL SHORTAGE IN OXYGEN SUPPLY HAVE CRIPPLED INDIA’S FIGHT AGAINST COVID. WHY DID INDIA FAIL TO FORESEE THE CRISIS AND WHAT CAN IT DO TO MITIGATE IT?

ATTACK OF THE MUTANTS • FASTER, AGGRESSIVELY MUTATING STRAINS OF THE SARS-COV2 VIRUS ARE THOUGHT TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR A GREAT MANY CASES IN THE SECOND WAVE OF COVID. THE STRAIN IS BELIEVED TO ATTACK THE LUNGS EARLY IN THE PROCESS, NECESSITATING THE USE OF MEDICAL OXYGEN IN SEVERE CASES

THE MEDICAL LIFELINE • The mechanism set up by the government in March 2020 to coordinate the supply of medical oxygen worked while cases were low, but collapsed when demand spiked during the second wave

LIQUID GOLD • A look at all categories of oxygen production and distribution

A LOOMING CALAMITY • POOR MEDICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND LACK OF PREPAREDNESS ARE SEVERELY COMPROMISING THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID IN RURAL AND SMALL-TOWN INDIA

VACCINE VAGARIES • THE NATIONAL VACCINATION DRIVE FACES SUPPLY, DISTRIBUTION AND PRICING HURDLES

EMERGING OPTIONS

BACK TO THE WALL • INDIA’S 63.4 MILLION MSMEs, ALREADY BATTLING LOW DEMAND, ARE ON THE BRINK OF FORCED SHUTDOWNS THANKS TO A SECOND LABOUR EXODUS, HIGH COST OF INPUTS AND LOAN-REPAYMENT BLUES

SINKING DESERT SHIP • The Camel Act was meant to save Rajasthan’s state animal. Instead, it has led to dwindling numbers and despairing herders. Can the Gehlot government save the camel?

CAN CAMEL PRODUCTS HELP SAVE THE ANIMAL? • NRCC is partnering with premier institutions to find uses for them; it’s also developing drugs to save the animal from diseases

PAST THE LANGUAGE BARRIER • Jhumpa Lahiri’s English translation of her first Italian novel is unlike the earlier books she has written

THE SCALPELS ARE OUT • This novel about doctors competing against each other in a Karachi hospital is authentic but imperfect

The Bolder and the Beautiful • Actors in K-dramas can be impossibly pretty, but the secret to their global success is their smart storytelling

THE NETFLIX STARTER KIT • ARE YOU FEELING READY TO PLUNGE INTO THE RABBIT HOLE THAT IS K-DRAMA? PICK A STEPPING STONE DEPENDING ON YOUR FAVOURITE GENRE

TOKYO TRIAL • IN ORDER TO PREPARE FOR THE OLYMPICS THIS YEAR, INDIAN ATHLETES ARE OVERCOMING EXTRAORDINARY OBSTACLES

Top of Their Game • Athletes likely to make a podium finish

WIND IN HER SAILS • Last month, at the Mussanah Open Championship in Oman, Nethra Kumanan missed gold in the Laser Radial Class by a point, but along the way, she created history by becoming the first Indian female sailor to qualify for the Olympics. Only 23, Kumanan seems to have a wise head on her shoulders.

Making The Ordinary Magnificent •...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 76 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: May 10 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 COST OF LOCKDOWNS • The financial impact on states of the ongoing lockdowns

THE VACCINE RACE

Getting Tech-savvy

CARAVAN MINISTER

Policing the Police

A SHOT AT RECOVERY

TOURISM TRAVAILS

THE CAPTAIN’S LONELY CORNER

COVID’S NIGHT WITHOUT END

WHY LALU STILL MATTERS

THE LALU CASE FILE

GASPING FOR BREATH • A LETHAL SECOND WAVE AND CRITICAL SHORTAGE IN OXYGEN SUPPLY HAVE CRIPPLED INDIA’S FIGHT AGAINST COVID. WHY DID INDIA FAIL TO FORESEE THE CRISIS AND WHAT CAN IT DO TO MITIGATE IT?

ATTACK OF THE MUTANTS • FASTER, AGGRESSIVELY MUTATING STRAINS OF THE SARS-COV2 VIRUS ARE THOUGHT TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR A GREAT MANY CASES IN THE SECOND WAVE OF COVID. THE STRAIN IS BELIEVED TO ATTACK THE LUNGS EARLY IN THE PROCESS, NECESSITATING THE USE OF MEDICAL OXYGEN IN SEVERE CASES

THE MEDICAL LIFELINE • The mechanism set up by the government in March 2020 to coordinate the supply of medical oxygen worked while cases were low, but collapsed when demand spiked during the second wave

LIQUID GOLD • A look at all categories of oxygen production and distribution

A LOOMING CALAMITY • POOR MEDICAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND LACK OF PREPAREDNESS ARE SEVERELY COMPROMISING THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID IN RURAL AND SMALL-TOWN INDIA

VACCINE VAGARIES • THE NATIONAL VACCINATION DRIVE FACES SUPPLY, DISTRIBUTION AND PRICING HURDLES

EMERGING OPTIONS

BACK TO THE WALL • INDIA’S 63.4 MILLION MSMEs, ALREADY BATTLING LOW DEMAND, ARE ON THE BRINK OF FORCED SHUTDOWNS THANKS TO A SECOND LABOUR EXODUS, HIGH COST OF INPUTS AND LOAN-REPAYMENT BLUES

SINKING DESERT SHIP • The Camel Act was meant to save Rajasthan’s state animal. Instead, it has led to dwindling numbers and despairing herders. Can the Gehlot government save the camel?

CAN CAMEL PRODUCTS HELP SAVE THE ANIMAL? • NRCC is partnering with premier institutions to find uses for them; it’s also developing drugs to save the animal from diseases

PAST THE LANGUAGE BARRIER • Jhumpa Lahiri’s English translation of her first Italian novel is unlike the earlier books she has written

THE SCALPELS ARE OUT • This novel about doctors competing against each other in a Karachi hospital is authentic but imperfect

The Bolder and the Beautiful • Actors in K-dramas can be impossibly pretty, but the secret to their global success is their smart storytelling

THE NETFLIX STARTER KIT • ARE YOU FEELING READY TO PLUNGE INTO THE RABBIT HOLE THAT IS K-DRAMA? PICK A STEPPING STONE DEPENDING ON YOUR FAVOURITE GENRE

TOKYO TRIAL • IN ORDER TO PREPARE FOR THE OLYMPICS THIS YEAR, INDIAN ATHLETES ARE OVERCOMING EXTRAORDINARY OBSTACLES

Top of Their Game • Athletes likely to make a podium finish

WIND IN HER SAILS • Last month, at the Mussanah Open Championship in Oman, Nethra Kumanan missed gold in the Laser Radial Class by a point, but along the way, she created history by becoming the first Indian female sailor to qualify for the Olympics. Only 23, Kumanan seems to have a wise head on her shoulders.

Making The Ordinary Magnificent •...


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