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India Today

Jul 26 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 POPULATION QUESTION • Projected TFR (2021-25) of states that beat the national average

BILL HIGHLIGHTS

Death by Twitter

CALMER WATERS AHEAD FOR THE CAPTAIN

THE DIEHARD OPTIMIST

Desert Connect

The Long Arm of a Defunct Law • States leading in misuse of the defunct Section 66A of IT Act

‘I don’t regret the past, don’t worry about the future and live in the present’

THE HIDDEN PANDEMIC • National Family Health Survey IV

A RETROSPECTIVE TAX TANGLE

ANIMAL SPIRITS

The Return of the Taliban

THE PROMISE AND THE PERIL • AS THE CENTRE RESTARTS THE STALLED POLITICAL PROCESS IN J&K, IT NEEDS TO WIN THE HEARTS AND TRUST OF ITS PEOPLE

KASHMIR: AN ONGOING SAGA

“ What happens after delimitation, whether polls first or statehood, is a million-dollar question ”

THEIR CRY FOR JUSTICE • Three leaders, including two ex-chief ministers, talk to RAJ CHENGAPPA about the long months in detention, the tentative green shoots in ties with the Centre and how some things are nonnegotiable for Kashmir

THE LONG HAUL TO PEACE • The Valley has witnessed a definite ebb in terror and violence over the past few years but security forces are bracing for newer threats, evident from the use of drones by militants and the flow of narcotics from across the border

THE VALLEY OF HOPE AND FEAR • Kashmir is not just a territory but also people with feelings, aspirations and concerns. To gauge the mood of the Valley, INDIA TODAY spoke to a wide cross-section of individuals. Here’s what they had to say

WHEN LESS IS MORE • WHY THE LATEST COVID GUIDELINES FOR MILD CASES RECOMMEND NO MEDICINE AT ALL

COVID COCKTAIL • Where the popular drugs for mild Covid treatment stand

FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH • Wendy Doniger writes about horses and gods with an equal joy and affection

Taking Spirituality beyond Religion • A new book tells us how Kabir was both extraordinary and ordinary, devout and rational

INDIA’S GAMING BATTLEGROUND • PUBG is back with a changed name, but does Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) compare to the original?

PICK YOUR BATTLE • Alternatives to BGMI

DOING ART’S BIDDING • FROM ZOOM TO BLOCKCHAIN, AUCTION HOUSES ARE RELYING ON TECHNOLOGY TO MEET A NEW DEMAND FOR ART

CONVERSATION STARTER • A retrospective in Antwerp shows why Shilpa Gupta is the darling of the Indian art world

SEEING THE WORLD’S END • Even though his climate change documentary has made it to Cannes this year, filmmaker Rahul Jain dismisses festivals as self-congratulatory

To The Letter • Payal Kapadia is at Cannes with a film whose sensibility is as radical as its style

THE BEST OF CANNES • Films competing for the Palme d’Or

Q A HEAVY HITTER • Farhan Akhtar plays a boxer in Toofaan, a new Amazon Prime release. Even though the pandemic has left Bollywood on the ropes, the actor is confident that films haven’t lost their punch


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 66 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Jul 26 2021

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  • Release date: July 16, 2021

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Languages

English

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 POPULATION QUESTION • Projected TFR (2021-25) of states that beat the national average

BILL HIGHLIGHTS

Death by Twitter

CALMER WATERS AHEAD FOR THE CAPTAIN

THE DIEHARD OPTIMIST

Desert Connect

The Long Arm of a Defunct Law • States leading in misuse of the defunct Section 66A of IT Act

‘I don’t regret the past, don’t worry about the future and live in the present’

THE HIDDEN PANDEMIC • National Family Health Survey IV

A RETROSPECTIVE TAX TANGLE

ANIMAL SPIRITS

The Return of the Taliban

THE PROMISE AND THE PERIL • AS THE CENTRE RESTARTS THE STALLED POLITICAL PROCESS IN J&K, IT NEEDS TO WIN THE HEARTS AND TRUST OF ITS PEOPLE

KASHMIR: AN ONGOING SAGA

“ What happens after delimitation, whether polls first or statehood, is a million-dollar question ”

THEIR CRY FOR JUSTICE • Three leaders, including two ex-chief ministers, talk to RAJ CHENGAPPA about the long months in detention, the tentative green shoots in ties with the Centre and how some things are nonnegotiable for Kashmir

THE LONG HAUL TO PEACE • The Valley has witnessed a definite ebb in terror and violence over the past few years but security forces are bracing for newer threats, evident from the use of drones by militants and the flow of narcotics from across the border

THE VALLEY OF HOPE AND FEAR • Kashmir is not just a territory but also people with feelings, aspirations and concerns. To gauge the mood of the Valley, INDIA TODAY spoke to a wide cross-section of individuals. Here’s what they had to say

WHEN LESS IS MORE • WHY THE LATEST COVID GUIDELINES FOR MILD CASES RECOMMEND NO MEDICINE AT ALL

COVID COCKTAIL • Where the popular drugs for mild Covid treatment stand

FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH • Wendy Doniger writes about horses and gods with an equal joy and affection

Taking Spirituality beyond Religion • A new book tells us how Kabir was both extraordinary and ordinary, devout and rational

INDIA’S GAMING BATTLEGROUND • PUBG is back with a changed name, but does Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) compare to the original?

PICK YOUR BATTLE • Alternatives to BGMI

DOING ART’S BIDDING • FROM ZOOM TO BLOCKCHAIN, AUCTION HOUSES ARE RELYING ON TECHNOLOGY TO MEET A NEW DEMAND FOR ART

CONVERSATION STARTER • A retrospective in Antwerp shows why Shilpa Gupta is the darling of the Indian art world

SEEING THE WORLD’S END • Even though his climate change documentary has made it to Cannes this year, filmmaker Rahul Jain dismisses festivals as self-congratulatory

To The Letter • Payal Kapadia is at Cannes with a film whose sensibility is as radical as its style

THE BEST OF CANNES • Films competing for the Palme d’Or

Q A HEAVY HITTER • Farhan Akhtar plays a boxer in Toofaan, a new Amazon Prime release. Even though the pandemic has left Bollywood on the ropes, the actor is confident that films haven’t lost their punch


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