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India Today

Aug 16 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

PORN AND PREJUDICE

JAB WE MET

Modi Vs the IAS?

Didi’s Game Face

PUNEKAR SEVA

LOSE SOME, WIN SOME

COUNTING THE CASTES

HINDUTVA’S TRIBAL TROUBLES

INDIA’S WONDER WOMEN • AGAINST DAUNTING ODDS, INDIA’S SPORTSWOMEN DID US PROUD, BUT THE OVERALL MEDAL TALLY WAS DISAPPOINTING. HERE’S A BLUEPRINT FOR WINNING MORE MEDALS IN THE FUTURE

MEN WHO SHONE • THOUGH OUTPERFORMED BY INDIA’S WOMEN ATHLETES, THE MEN ALSO NOTCHED UP SOME IMPRESSIVE RECORDS

UNDER PERFORMERS • HOPE RODE HIGH FOR INDIA’S ARCHERS, SHOOTERS AND BOXERS, BUT IT WAS NOT TO BE. LACKLUSTRE PERFORMANCES LED TO EARLY EXITS

THE BIG REVIVAL • WITH THE MEN’S TEAM WINNING A MEDAL AFTER 41 YEARS AND THE WOMEN’S TEAM QUALIFYING FOR THE SEMI-FINALS FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, INDIAN HOCKEY IS FIRMLY BACK ON THE GLOBAL STAGE

GRIT & GLORY • INDIA’S WOMEN ATHLETES PERSEVERED AGAINST HEAVY ODDS TO LEAVE THEIR MARK ON THE WORLD STAGE

MAKING OF A NEW LOOK BJP • THE PARTY TRIES TO SHED ITS ‘BRAHMIN-BANIA’ IMAGE WITH A YOUNGER LEADERSHIP TIER WHERE WOMEN AND BACKWARD CLASSES CAN BE PIVOTS OF FUTURE GROWTH

A FRESH SAFFRON WASH

Public Health’s Private Problems • THE PERFORMANCE OF PRIVATE SECTOR VACCINATION CENTRES REMAINS UNDERWHELMING—DESPITE IMPROVEMENTS IN SUPPLY. WHAT CAN BE DONE TO SCALE UP THEIR NUMBERS?

Lagging Behind • Despite a 25% quota of the monthly Covid vaccines manufactured in India, private centres have yet to pick up pace

CATCHING THE TRADE WINDS • Auto exports surged across the board in the first quarter of 2021, with two-wheeler exports three times the figure for 2020

THE MEGA ORDNANCE MAKEOVER • CAN THE RESTRUCTURING OF 41 ORDNANCE FACTORIES INTO SEVEN NEW DEFENCE PSUS GIVE INDIA’S DYSFUNCTIONAL MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX A NEW LEASE OF LIFE?

THE NINE EXISTING ONES

THE GREAT WILD HOPE • India wakes up to the need for mitigation measures such as underground transmission lines and animal overpasses to curb wildlife mortality, even if it means driving up solar energy and highway costs

SEEKING SAFE PASSAGE • The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway shows the way in how linear infra can incorporate mitigation features

CAN’T TOP THIS • WITH A STRING OF RELEASES ON OTT PLATFORMS, MANOJ BAJPAYEE IS EMERGING AS NEW BOLLYWOOD’S FIRST SUPERSTAR

MORE GOOD THAN EVIL • Known for his villainous performances, Ashutosh Rana is today being given a larger canvas for his art

A Genre of Their Own • Young Indian American musicians are adding the dhol to their songs and a spunk to their politics

FUSION REACTORS • British Indians making their mark

ACTING ON HER INSTINCT • It has taken Anna Ben just four films to cement her place as Malayalam cinema’s everywoman

“I LIVE WITHOUT FEAR” • Streaming on Netflix, the Tamil anthology Navarasais a collection of nine shorts that explore one human emotion each. It seems strange that for one so undaunted, Siddharth examines the feeling of fear. Having debuted in Shankar’s Boys (2003), the actor built his reputation as a reliable powerhouse...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 58 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Aug 16 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

PORN AND PREJUDICE

JAB WE MET

Modi Vs the IAS?

Didi’s Game Face

PUNEKAR SEVA

LOSE SOME, WIN SOME

COUNTING THE CASTES

HINDUTVA’S TRIBAL TROUBLES

INDIA’S WONDER WOMEN • AGAINST DAUNTING ODDS, INDIA’S SPORTSWOMEN DID US PROUD, BUT THE OVERALL MEDAL TALLY WAS DISAPPOINTING. HERE’S A BLUEPRINT FOR WINNING MORE MEDALS IN THE FUTURE

MEN WHO SHONE • THOUGH OUTPERFORMED BY INDIA’S WOMEN ATHLETES, THE MEN ALSO NOTCHED UP SOME IMPRESSIVE RECORDS

UNDER PERFORMERS • HOPE RODE HIGH FOR INDIA’S ARCHERS, SHOOTERS AND BOXERS, BUT IT WAS NOT TO BE. LACKLUSTRE PERFORMANCES LED TO EARLY EXITS

THE BIG REVIVAL • WITH THE MEN’S TEAM WINNING A MEDAL AFTER 41 YEARS AND THE WOMEN’S TEAM QUALIFYING FOR THE SEMI-FINALS FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, INDIAN HOCKEY IS FIRMLY BACK ON THE GLOBAL STAGE

GRIT & GLORY • INDIA’S WOMEN ATHLETES PERSEVERED AGAINST HEAVY ODDS TO LEAVE THEIR MARK ON THE WORLD STAGE

MAKING OF A NEW LOOK BJP • THE PARTY TRIES TO SHED ITS ‘BRAHMIN-BANIA’ IMAGE WITH A YOUNGER LEADERSHIP TIER WHERE WOMEN AND BACKWARD CLASSES CAN BE PIVOTS OF FUTURE GROWTH

A FRESH SAFFRON WASH

Public Health’s Private Problems • THE PERFORMANCE OF PRIVATE SECTOR VACCINATION CENTRES REMAINS UNDERWHELMING—DESPITE IMPROVEMENTS IN SUPPLY. WHAT CAN BE DONE TO SCALE UP THEIR NUMBERS?

Lagging Behind • Despite a 25% quota of the monthly Covid vaccines manufactured in India, private centres have yet to pick up pace

CATCHING THE TRADE WINDS • Auto exports surged across the board in the first quarter of 2021, with two-wheeler exports three times the figure for 2020

THE MEGA ORDNANCE MAKEOVER • CAN THE RESTRUCTURING OF 41 ORDNANCE FACTORIES INTO SEVEN NEW DEFENCE PSUS GIVE INDIA’S DYSFUNCTIONAL MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX A NEW LEASE OF LIFE?

THE NINE EXISTING ONES

THE GREAT WILD HOPE • India wakes up to the need for mitigation measures such as underground transmission lines and animal overpasses to curb wildlife mortality, even if it means driving up solar energy and highway costs

SEEKING SAFE PASSAGE • The Delhi-Mumbai Expressway shows the way in how linear infra can incorporate mitigation features

CAN’T TOP THIS • WITH A STRING OF RELEASES ON OTT PLATFORMS, MANOJ BAJPAYEE IS EMERGING AS NEW BOLLYWOOD’S FIRST SUPERSTAR

MORE GOOD THAN EVIL • Known for his villainous performances, Ashutosh Rana is today being given a larger canvas for his art

A Genre of Their Own • Young Indian American musicians are adding the dhol to their songs and a spunk to their politics

FUSION REACTORS • British Indians making their mark

ACTING ON HER INSTINCT • It has taken Anna Ben just four films to cement her place as Malayalam cinema’s everywoman

“I LIVE WITHOUT FEAR” • Streaming on Netflix, the Tamil anthology Navarasais a collection of nine shorts that explore one human emotion each. It seems strange that for one so undaunted, Siddharth examines the feeling of fear. Having debuted in Shankar’s Boys (2003), the actor built his reputation as a reliable powerhouse...


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