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India Today

Aug 02 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

A DANGEROUS GAMBLE

A LITTLE INSURANCE

Out of Favour

MOVING ON IN LIFE

NEW GURUS

A BRUSH WITH TERROR

NOT THE FIRST TIME

Statue of Prosperity • Completed in October 2018, the Statue of Unity is already—and despite the pandemic—bringing prosperity, the state government claims, to Gujarat’s formerly backward Narmada district

YEDI, STEADY, GONE?

THE RIVER WATER WARS

A HOUSE DIVIDED

A Blot on Our Democracy

INDIA’S POPULATION POLICY MYTHS AND REALITY • WHILE REFORMS ARE MUCH NEEDED TO CONTROL POPULATION GROWTH, THE BIG QUESTIONS ARE: DO COERCIVE BIRTH CONTROL MEASURES WORK? IS THE GROWING NUMBER OF MUSLIMS A THREAT TO HINDUS? IS INDIA LOSING ITS DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND? HERE IS A REALITY CHECK

THE RELIGIOUS DIVIDE • While population growth rates show a downward trend among both Hindus and Muslims, the Muslim population has consistently grown faster than the national average in some states

STATES WITH A TWO-CHILD NORM • A dozen states have introduced laws that offer it as an incentive for population control

THE PEGASUS PLOT THICKENS • THE GOVERNMENT STAUNCHLY DENIES ALLEGATIONS OF HAVING USED FOREIGN MALWARE TO SNOOP ON PRIVATE INDIAN CITIZENS. BUT THE CONTROVERSY HAS RAISED MAJOR CONCERNS ABOUT VIOLATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL PRIVACY AND EFFECTIVE CHECKS TO PREVENT MISUSE OF STATE POWER

ON THE DATA TRAIL

THE NEW CENTRE OF COOPERATION • The new cooperation ministry has raised alarm in states and invited restraining comments from the Supreme Court but a ‘national cooperative framework’ is not without merit

A BREAK WITH THE PAST • FIRST-TIME CHIEF MINISTER M.K. STALIN PROJECTS A REFRESHING FOCUS ON EFFICIENCY AND TRANSPARENT GOVERNANCE RATHER THAN POLITICAL EXPEDIENCY IN ADMINISTRATION

THE GREAT TEMPLE RUN

BIDDING THE OFFICE GOODBYE • The workspace as we knew it is a thing of the past. Flexible working patterns, work from anywhere and hybrid models of work are the new normal

HOW TO EMBRACE THE NEW WORKSPACE

BETTING ON A DRONE BOOM • THE GOVERNMENT EASES DRONE LAWS TO ALLOW THE NASCENT INDUSTRY TO TAKE FLIGHT. CAN INDIA’S DRONE SECTOR NOW HIT THE RS 3 LAKH CRORE MARK BY 2030?

EASE OF DRONE BUSINESS • THE JAMMU ATTACK WAS A SCARE, BUT THE GOVERNMENT HAS STILL RELAXED RULES FOR DRONE OPERATORS

THE MODI MEMORABILIA • Vadnagar, the railway station where Narendra Modi sold tea as a child, gets an impressive facelift and broad-gauge connectivity. It’s as much about immortalising the PM’s past as it is about nurturing the town’s present

GOING INTO HIGH GEAR • WITH SALES NEARLY TOUCHING 2019 LEVELS, 2021 HOLDS PROMISE FOR THE AUTO INDUSTRY

BEST-SELLING SUVS THIS QUARTER

ROAD TO RECOVERY • THE LAST YEAR WAS TOUGH FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY, AND THOUGH THINGS MAY BE COMING BACK TO NORMAL, THE WORLD HAS CHANGED. WE ASKED CAPTAINS OF THE AUTO INDUSTRY ABOUT THE ROAD AHEAD FOR THEIR COMPANIES AND THE INDUSTRY IN A POST-COVID WORLD

TOP OF THE LINE • THE LATEST OFFERINGS FROM THE LEADING CARMAKERS—BMW, MERCEDES, LAND ROVER AND MORE

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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 174 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Aug 02 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: July 23, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

subjects

News & Politics

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.

FROM THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

India Today

A DANGEROUS GAMBLE

A LITTLE INSURANCE

Out of Favour

MOVING ON IN LIFE

NEW GURUS

A BRUSH WITH TERROR

NOT THE FIRST TIME

Statue of Prosperity • Completed in October 2018, the Statue of Unity is already—and despite the pandemic—bringing prosperity, the state government claims, to Gujarat’s formerly backward Narmada district

YEDI, STEADY, GONE?

THE RIVER WATER WARS

A HOUSE DIVIDED

A Blot on Our Democracy

INDIA’S POPULATION POLICY MYTHS AND REALITY • WHILE REFORMS ARE MUCH NEEDED TO CONTROL POPULATION GROWTH, THE BIG QUESTIONS ARE: DO COERCIVE BIRTH CONTROL MEASURES WORK? IS THE GROWING NUMBER OF MUSLIMS A THREAT TO HINDUS? IS INDIA LOSING ITS DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND? HERE IS A REALITY CHECK

THE RELIGIOUS DIVIDE • While population growth rates show a downward trend among both Hindus and Muslims, the Muslim population has consistently grown faster than the national average in some states

STATES WITH A TWO-CHILD NORM • A dozen states have introduced laws that offer it as an incentive for population control

THE PEGASUS PLOT THICKENS • THE GOVERNMENT STAUNCHLY DENIES ALLEGATIONS OF HAVING USED FOREIGN MALWARE TO SNOOP ON PRIVATE INDIAN CITIZENS. BUT THE CONTROVERSY HAS RAISED MAJOR CONCERNS ABOUT VIOLATIONS OF INDIVIDUAL PRIVACY AND EFFECTIVE CHECKS TO PREVENT MISUSE OF STATE POWER

ON THE DATA TRAIL

THE NEW CENTRE OF COOPERATION • The new cooperation ministry has raised alarm in states and invited restraining comments from the Supreme Court but a ‘national cooperative framework’ is not without merit

A BREAK WITH THE PAST • FIRST-TIME CHIEF MINISTER M.K. STALIN PROJECTS A REFRESHING FOCUS ON EFFICIENCY AND TRANSPARENT GOVERNANCE RATHER THAN POLITICAL EXPEDIENCY IN ADMINISTRATION

THE GREAT TEMPLE RUN

BIDDING THE OFFICE GOODBYE • The workspace as we knew it is a thing of the past. Flexible working patterns, work from anywhere and hybrid models of work are the new normal

HOW TO EMBRACE THE NEW WORKSPACE

BETTING ON A DRONE BOOM • THE GOVERNMENT EASES DRONE LAWS TO ALLOW THE NASCENT INDUSTRY TO TAKE FLIGHT. CAN INDIA’S DRONE SECTOR NOW HIT THE RS 3 LAKH CRORE MARK BY 2030?

EASE OF DRONE BUSINESS • THE JAMMU ATTACK WAS A SCARE, BUT THE GOVERNMENT HAS STILL RELAXED RULES FOR DRONE OPERATORS

THE MODI MEMORABILIA • Vadnagar, the railway station where Narendra Modi sold tea as a child, gets an impressive facelift and broad-gauge connectivity. It’s as much about immortalising the PM’s past as it is about nurturing the town’s present

GOING INTO HIGH GEAR • WITH SALES NEARLY TOUCHING 2019 LEVELS, 2021 HOLDS PROMISE FOR THE AUTO INDUSTRY

BEST-SELLING SUVS THIS QUARTER

ROAD TO RECOVERY • THE LAST YEAR WAS TOUGH FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY, AND THOUGH THINGS MAY BE COMING BACK TO NORMAL, THE WORLD HAS CHANGED. WE ASKED CAPTAINS OF THE AUTO INDUSTRY ABOUT THE ROAD AHEAD FOR THEIR COMPANIES AND THE INDUSTRY IN A POST-COVID WORLD

TOP OF THE LINE • THE LATEST OFFERINGS FROM THE LEADING CARMAKERS—BMW, MERCEDES, LAND ROVER AND MORE

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