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India Today

Aug 23 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

IS A THIRD WAVE COMING?

OMINOUS SIGNS

NITISH: AN ALLY AND A REBEL

BITING THE BULLET

SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST

ROOTING FOR A THACKERAY

The Outsider

KNOW YOUR TONGUE

OF GRIT, PERSEVERANCE AND DREAMS • Ex-armyman Sanjeev Kumar’s entrepreneurial journey is a story to take inspiration from

Don’t Tamper with Hallowed History

ECONOMY THE BIG WORRY • LACK OF JOBS AND PRICE RISE EMERGE AS MAJOR CONCERNS, BUT PEOPLE STILL BANK ON MODI TO STEER THE NATION OUT OF THE ECONOMIC CRISIS

PROJECTED RESULTS IF THE LOK SABHA ELECTIONS WERE HELD TODAY

TRACKING THE PUBLIC’S MOOD • Projections of seat shares and vote shares in previous and current MOTN polls

Methodology

DISTRESS SIGNALS • THE PANDEMIC RESULTED IN DEPLETED SAVINGS, SLASHED INCOMES AND JOB LOSSES LEADING TO ECONOMIC DISTRESS AND WIDESPREAD DISAPPOINTMENT WITH THE CENTRE’S MANAGEMENT OF THE ECONOMY

UNABLE TO MAKE A DENT • DESPITE THE COVID WOES THAT BEFELL THE COUNTRY, THE MOTN DEEMS THE OPPOSITION’S PERFORMANCE AVERAGE AND SEES MERIT IN THEM UNITING TO TAKE ON MODI

ON A SLIPPERY SLOPE • YOGI ADITYANATH RETAINS HIS POSITION AS INDIA’S NO. 1 CHIEF MINISTER; KEJRIWAL AND MAMATA FOLLOW

MOST POPULAR CMs IN THEIR HOME STATES

STRICKEN REPUTATION • THE DEVASTATING SECOND WAVE OF THE PANDEMIC SEVERELY UNDERMINED PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN THE CENTRAL AS WELL AS STATE GOVERNMENTS

CONSENT AND DISSENT • A MAJORITY ARE IN FAVOUR OF A UNIFORM CIVIL CODE, A TWO-CHILD POLICY, AMENDING FARM LAWS AND REGULATING SOCIAL MEDIA, BUT THERE ARE MANY WHO ARE SCARED TO PROTEST AND OPINION OVER WHETHER DEMOCRACY IS IN DANGER OR NOT REMAINS DIVIDED

ON A GOOD WICKET • THE GROWING COLLUSION BETWEEN CHINA AND PAKISTAN POSES THE BIGGEST FOREIGN POLICY CHALLENGE FOR INDIA. MOTN RESPONDENTS BACK THE GOVERNMENT’S FIRM HAND ON CHINA-PAKISTAN ISSUES

STREAMING AHEAD • THE PANDEMIC IMPACTED BOLLYWOOD’S BIG NAMES, WHILE OTT STARS GAINED. A MAJORITY WANT CENSORSHIP FOR OTT PLATFORMS

THE MAKING OF A CHAMPION • THE INSPIRING STORY OF HOW NEERAJ CHOPRA BATTLED INJURY AND OTHER ODDS TO GIVE INDIA ITS FIRST ATHLETICS GOLD IN OVER A CENTURY OF PARTICIPATION AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES

NEVER OUT OF PLACE • AMARTYA SEN’S ACCOUNT OF HIS FIRST 35 YEARS IS BOTH ILLUMINATING AND CHARMING

KEEPING IT ALL ON RECORD • The economist Kaushik Basu brings to his memoir the same love for detail that defines his scholarship

STILL IN SCORING POSITION • A.R. Rahman looks back at his journey, from Rangeela to Mimi

Scaling Up • All that’s keeping A.R. Rahman busy

THE CALCUTTA CHROMOSOME • Aditya Vikram Sengupta returns to the Venice Film Festival with a feature that is part-ode, part-lament

Taking Us Abroad • Indian films travelling the festival circuit

A Class Apart • Irfana Majumdar recently took her affecting film about childhood and inequity to the Locarno film festival

KEEPING IT REAL • Now streaming on Amazon Prime Video, Sidharth Malhotra’s Shershaah is based on the life of Kargil hero Captain...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 66 Publisher: Living Media India Limited Edition: Aug 23 2021

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  • Release date: August 13, 2021

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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

IS A THIRD WAVE COMING?

OMINOUS SIGNS

NITISH: AN ALLY AND A REBEL

BITING THE BULLET

SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST

ROOTING FOR A THACKERAY

The Outsider

KNOW YOUR TONGUE

OF GRIT, PERSEVERANCE AND DREAMS • Ex-armyman Sanjeev Kumar’s entrepreneurial journey is a story to take inspiration from

Don’t Tamper with Hallowed History

ECONOMY THE BIG WORRY • LACK OF JOBS AND PRICE RISE EMERGE AS MAJOR CONCERNS, BUT PEOPLE STILL BANK ON MODI TO STEER THE NATION OUT OF THE ECONOMIC CRISIS

PROJECTED RESULTS IF THE LOK SABHA ELECTIONS WERE HELD TODAY

TRACKING THE PUBLIC’S MOOD • Projections of seat shares and vote shares in previous and current MOTN polls

Methodology

DISTRESS SIGNALS • THE PANDEMIC RESULTED IN DEPLETED SAVINGS, SLASHED INCOMES AND JOB LOSSES LEADING TO ECONOMIC DISTRESS AND WIDESPREAD DISAPPOINTMENT WITH THE CENTRE’S MANAGEMENT OF THE ECONOMY

UNABLE TO MAKE A DENT • DESPITE THE COVID WOES THAT BEFELL THE COUNTRY, THE MOTN DEEMS THE OPPOSITION’S PERFORMANCE AVERAGE AND SEES MERIT IN THEM UNITING TO TAKE ON MODI

ON A SLIPPERY SLOPE • YOGI ADITYANATH RETAINS HIS POSITION AS INDIA’S NO. 1 CHIEF MINISTER; KEJRIWAL AND MAMATA FOLLOW

MOST POPULAR CMs IN THEIR HOME STATES

STRICKEN REPUTATION • THE DEVASTATING SECOND WAVE OF THE PANDEMIC SEVERELY UNDERMINED PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN THE CENTRAL AS WELL AS STATE GOVERNMENTS

CONSENT AND DISSENT • A MAJORITY ARE IN FAVOUR OF A UNIFORM CIVIL CODE, A TWO-CHILD POLICY, AMENDING FARM LAWS AND REGULATING SOCIAL MEDIA, BUT THERE ARE MANY WHO ARE SCARED TO PROTEST AND OPINION OVER WHETHER DEMOCRACY IS IN DANGER OR NOT REMAINS DIVIDED

ON A GOOD WICKET • THE GROWING COLLUSION BETWEEN CHINA AND PAKISTAN POSES THE BIGGEST FOREIGN POLICY CHALLENGE FOR INDIA. MOTN RESPONDENTS BACK THE GOVERNMENT’S FIRM HAND ON CHINA-PAKISTAN ISSUES

STREAMING AHEAD • THE PANDEMIC IMPACTED BOLLYWOOD’S BIG NAMES, WHILE OTT STARS GAINED. A MAJORITY WANT CENSORSHIP FOR OTT PLATFORMS

THE MAKING OF A CHAMPION • THE INSPIRING STORY OF HOW NEERAJ CHOPRA BATTLED INJURY AND OTHER ODDS TO GIVE INDIA ITS FIRST ATHLETICS GOLD IN OVER A CENTURY OF PARTICIPATION AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES

NEVER OUT OF PLACE • AMARTYA SEN’S ACCOUNT OF HIS FIRST 35 YEARS IS BOTH ILLUMINATING AND CHARMING

KEEPING IT ALL ON RECORD • The economist Kaushik Basu brings to his memoir the same love for detail that defines his scholarship

STILL IN SCORING POSITION • A.R. Rahman looks back at his journey, from Rangeela to Mimi

Scaling Up • All that’s keeping A.R. Rahman busy

THE CALCUTTA CHROMOSOME • Aditya Vikram Sengupta returns to the Venice Film Festival with a feature that is part-ode, part-lament

Taking Us Abroad • Indian films travelling the festival circuit

A Class Apart • Irfana Majumdar recently took her affecting film about childhood and inequity to the Locarno film festival

KEEPING IT REAL • Now streaming on Amazon Prime Video, Sidharth Malhotra’s Shershaah is based on the life of Kargil hero Captain...


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