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India Today

Jul 12 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

A SHAPE-SHIFTING ENEMY

TRACKING DELTA • The Delta variant of the Covid-19 virus was largely responsible for India’s massive second wave of infections. With Delta Plus showing other immune-escape features not seen in Delta, authorities are on high alert

The Contours of Delimitation

DRONE BOMBERS • The suspected drone attack on the Jammu air force base on June 27 reveals the new capabilities that non-state actors have to carry out terror strikes

NEW HURDLES FOR BIG E-TAIL

The Rise and Rise of the Communist Party of China

The Mayor and the Muck

GLASSHOUSE

INDIA’S UNICORN BOOM • It has been a rich period for India’s start-up ecosystem, with as many as 48 newborn businesses riding the new digital wave to command valuations of $1 billion or more. Can they live up to their early promise and create sustainably profitable businesses?

REWRITING THE RULES • Indian unicorns have challenged the status quo in many sectors, but they have flourished the most in financial technology and software as a service (SaaS) businesses

THE GOLD RUSH

MOST ACTIVE UNICORN INVESTORS

Top of the Class

Cracking the Hunger Game

Charging Mechanism

FOR THE LOVE OF LEARNING

Selling Points

Trading Secrets

Constructive Thinking

News & Views of Your Own

Chatter Boxes

Paying Proposition

THE PREMIER LEAGUE

THE NEW CHALLENGERS

FORMER UNICORNS

LONG IN THE PIPELINE

DIVIDED OVER UNIFIED COMMANDS • The government’s plan to replace 17 single-service commands with four theatre commands hits an air pocket--opposition from the IAF. Will its objections stymie the creation of military theatres?

FIXING THE FAULT LINES • YOGI ADITYANATH AND THE BJP GET POLL-READY IN UTTAR PRADESH WITH A MIX OF HINDUTVA, DALIT OUTREACH AND ADMINISTRATIVE DAMAGE CONTROL

YOGI ADITYANATH’S LEADERSHIP STYLE

CLINICS ON WHEELS BATTLE CORONA

A MOVING FORCE

NO STOPPING HER NOW • UNDAUNTED AND UNFAZED, TAAPSEE PANNU IS RISING TO THE TOP ON HER OWN TERMS

FOREVER MODERN • Satyajit Ray was ahead of his time, but should his writing be given a contemporary spin?

Death of the Hindi Film Soundtrack • YouTube-friendly hits have now come to replace the soulful Hindi film albums we once knew

SINGING TRUTH TO POWER • Suryakant Sawhney a.k.a. Lifafa says he wants to live a life free from politics but his new album shows that’s just not happening...

Another Bend in the RIVER • SAMRAT CHOUDHURY TELLS THE STORY OF AN EVER-SHIFTING BRAHMAPUTRA WITH A LIGHTNESS THAT ONLY HELPS DEEPEN HIS BOOK’S GRAVITY

GIRL, INTERRUPTED • Farah Bashir’s memoir of growing up in Kashmir is haunted by both absent comforts and present traumas

IN THE LEAD • As one of the four shorts in Ray makes clear, actor Kay Kay Menon has always had the talent it takes to carry a film on his shoulders


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 66 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Jul 12 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

A SHAPE-SHIFTING ENEMY

TRACKING DELTA • The Delta variant of the Covid-19 virus was largely responsible for India’s massive second wave of infections. With Delta Plus showing other immune-escape features not seen in Delta, authorities are on high alert

The Contours of Delimitation

DRONE BOMBERS • The suspected drone attack on the Jammu air force base on June 27 reveals the new capabilities that non-state actors have to carry out terror strikes

NEW HURDLES FOR BIG E-TAIL

The Rise and Rise of the Communist Party of China

The Mayor and the Muck

GLASSHOUSE

INDIA’S UNICORN BOOM • It has been a rich period for India’s start-up ecosystem, with as many as 48 newborn businesses riding the new digital wave to command valuations of $1 billion or more. Can they live up to their early promise and create sustainably profitable businesses?

REWRITING THE RULES • Indian unicorns have challenged the status quo in many sectors, but they have flourished the most in financial technology and software as a service (SaaS) businesses

THE GOLD RUSH

MOST ACTIVE UNICORN INVESTORS

Top of the Class

Cracking the Hunger Game

Charging Mechanism

FOR THE LOVE OF LEARNING

Selling Points

Trading Secrets

Constructive Thinking

News & Views of Your Own

Chatter Boxes

Paying Proposition

THE PREMIER LEAGUE

THE NEW CHALLENGERS

FORMER UNICORNS

LONG IN THE PIPELINE

DIVIDED OVER UNIFIED COMMANDS • The government’s plan to replace 17 single-service commands with four theatre commands hits an air pocket--opposition from the IAF. Will its objections stymie the creation of military theatres?

FIXING THE FAULT LINES • YOGI ADITYANATH AND THE BJP GET POLL-READY IN UTTAR PRADESH WITH A MIX OF HINDUTVA, DALIT OUTREACH AND ADMINISTRATIVE DAMAGE CONTROL

YOGI ADITYANATH’S LEADERSHIP STYLE

CLINICS ON WHEELS BATTLE CORONA

A MOVING FORCE

NO STOPPING HER NOW • UNDAUNTED AND UNFAZED, TAAPSEE PANNU IS RISING TO THE TOP ON HER OWN TERMS

FOREVER MODERN • Satyajit Ray was ahead of his time, but should his writing be given a contemporary spin?

Death of the Hindi Film Soundtrack • YouTube-friendly hits have now come to replace the soulful Hindi film albums we once knew

SINGING TRUTH TO POWER • Suryakant Sawhney a.k.a. Lifafa says he wants to live a life free from politics but his new album shows that’s just not happening...

Another Bend in the RIVER • SAMRAT CHOUDHURY TELLS THE STORY OF AN EVER-SHIFTING BRAHMAPUTRA WITH A LIGHTNESS THAT ONLY HELPS DEEPEN HIS BOOK’S GRAVITY

GIRL, INTERRUPTED • Farah Bashir’s memoir of growing up in Kashmir is haunted by both absent comforts and present traumas

IN THE LEAD • As one of the four shorts in Ray makes clear, actor Kay Kay Menon has always had the talent it takes to carry a film on his shoulders


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